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Judge's ruling on 'Obamacare' poses new problems for GOP

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A federal judge in Texas has ruled President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. More>>

Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets

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Watson leads Texans to 29-22 comeback win over Darnold, Jets. More>>

Baylor ties pervade rape case that sparked uproar

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Local leaders say plea deal allowing former Baylor student to serve no jail times highlights outsized influence alumni play in shaping local criminal justice system. More>>

Slaton Volunteers bring an early Christmas for those in need

There is only a little more than a week to go before Christmas but first responders and other volunteers in Slaton, TX took on the role of the man in red to help those who would otherwise not have many presents under the Christmas tree. 

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Man shoots at stolen car as suspects flee

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A man attempts to stop a vehicle burglary by firing shots as a suspect fled with the stolen car early Saturday morning. 

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Man stabbed after trying to stop car burglary

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A man is hospitalized after being stabbed during an attempted burglary.  

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Dixon capital murder conviction overturned Video included

According to court documents filed in the 7th Court of Appeals, the court has overturned the murder conviction of Thomas Michael Dixon. 

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Final game at Lubbock Coliseum Saturday Video included

Ranked 11th in the AP Poll, Texas Tech men's basketball will host Abilene Christian Saturday in the last game ever at the Lubbock Municipal Coliseum. 

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Distillation plant installed at Texas Tech

Texas Tech's engineering department now has a new teaching tool. A new distillation plant is being installed,

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Milestone reached in Texas Tech Health Sciences Center project Video included

The last beam will soon be placed on the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center's Academic Event Center. 

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Volunteer fire departments across West Texas help extinguish Brownfield fire Video included

As we reported, a Brownfield cotton gin caught fire Thursday afternoon.  First on the scene, Capt. Britni Shaw with the Brownfield Fire Department said the fire started north of the gin and spread south towards Highway 380. She said several volunteer departments in the area rallied to help control it, while police closed off roads and evacuated surrounding homes. "It was really critical to have everybody come help us out. We've got two paid firefighters on ... More>>

Russia probe cost surpasses $25 million since May 2017

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The Russia investigation has cost more than $25 million since the special counsel's appointment in May 2017. More>>

Rivers leads Chargers to last-second comeback win over KC

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Philip Rivers led the Chargers to a pair of touchdowns in the final minutes, then hit Mike Williams for the go-ahead 2-point conversion with 4 seconds remaining to give Los Angeles a 29-28 victory over the Chiefs. More>>

What's happening in Lubbock, December 13-16 Video included

Check out what's happening in Lubbock this weekend

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Look Around Lubbock: Overton Hotel Gingerbread Display Video included

For the 7th year, the Culinary team at the Overton Hotel has completed a gingerbread display that benefits the Texas Boys Ranch. The display is open to the public and can be seen now until December 31.

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Hemp-growing in Texas possible with the signing of new farm bill Video included

The signing of the new farm bill will make industrial hemp a lawful agricultural commodity.

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Texas Tech regents approve alcohol sales, new basketball facility Video included

The Texas Tech Board of Regents held a meeting Thursday approving several measures regarding the campus and sports program. 

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Lubbock Police officer not hurt in crash on West Loop

A Lubbock Police officer was not hurt, another driver suffered minor injuries in a crash in west Lubbock Thursday evening. 

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Bomb threats sent across the South Plains, connected nationwide Video included

First responders evacuated the South Plains Rural Health Services in Levelland after a bomb threat was received.  Law enforcement has shut down FM 300 between Hwy 385 and West Avenue. Officials are asking the public to avoid the area.

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Tech Board of Regents approves expanded alcohol sale at athletic events

In a meeting with the Texas Tech Board of Regents Thursday, the proposed sale of alcohol at athletic events by Texas Tech Athletics was approved. 

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Fire at West Gin in Brownfield, businesses and homes evacuated

Crews are working to extinguish flames at a major fire inside West Gin in Brownfield. According to Brownfield News, the Farmers Coop, homes and other businesses were evacuated due to the fueling station at the coop. 

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TTUHSC ranked nationally in Minority Health Sciences Degrees

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education ranked Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) as one of the top 100 producers of minority health sciences degrees in the nation. The School of Medicine ranked eighth in the nation when compared to other medical schools. 

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Parks and Recreation accepting registration for Holiday Youth Camps

Parks and Recreation’s annual holiday camps are now accepting registrations for youth ages 6 to 12 years old. Activities will include arts and crafts, games, and indoor recreation activities. Snacks will be provided. Children must provide lunch and drink. Christmas Camp is Wednesday-Friday, December 26-28, 2018. 

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Mighty Wash to assist Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign Video included

A Lubbock business is stepping in to support the Salvation Army and hoping to close the gap in its loss of funds from this weekend's snow. The Salvation Army was forced to suspend bell ringing for its Red Kettle Campaign, causing a financial strain.  A bell ringer will be located at the Mighty Wash located on 82nd and Milwaukee Saturday, Dec. 15.

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Salvation Army seeking help with Angel Tree Program

The Salvation Army in Lubbock needs help with its Angel Tree Program, saying it is 50 percent complete.

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First Look: Six new movies open this weekend Video included

A six pack of new movies open in Lubbock theaters this weekend including some familiar faces that look a bit different

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Adopt a pet through "Home for the Holidays" Video included

If you've thought about adding another family member in your home, now is a good time to do it. Scoggin-Dickey is hosting a pet adoption this weekend at the Subaru dealership. 

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Strong winds cause power outages

Lubbock Power and Light is reporting isolated power outages across town due to strong winds.

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Congress passes $867 billion Farm Bill with bipartisan support Video included

House lawmakers approve the revised Farm Bill in sweeping fashion with full bipartisan support. The compromise on this $867 billion measure includes no further restrictions on work requirements in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. After two years of vigorous debate and gridlock, the senate passes the Farm Bill Tuesday 87 to 13, leading up to the House passing it in a whopping 369 to 47 vote. 

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