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Bomb squads defuse two threats Video included

The city and county bomb squads forced to handle two threats separated by minutes. A robber used a bomb threat to rob Happy State Bank at 19th and Quaker. 

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Meter reading: we put LP&L to the test Video included

After numerous complaints about Lubbock Power and Light, ranging from exorbitant fees to accusations of meters not being read, we decided to put them to the test.

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LPD investigating bank robbery at Happy State Bank Video included

Lubbock police are investigating a suspicious package at Happy State Bank on 19th and Quaker.  

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Majority of holiday house fires cooking-related Video included

The Thanksgiving Day holiday is one of the most prominent for fires.  

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2 in 5 fall victim to online phishing attacks

There are deals are all over the place and with holiday shopping, come a variety of scams.  

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Mayor encourages citizens to shop local on 'Small Business Saturday' Video included

This Saturday is Small Business Saturday and Mayor Dan Pope is reminding citizens to shop local. 

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Man arrested for posing as CIA special agent at local bar Video included

A man is in custody after police say he impersonated a C.I.A. agent working with the Defense Department. 

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Charles Manson used charm to turn youths into mass killers

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Cult leader Charles Manson, whose followers killed actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969, has died. More>>

All clear given at Texas Tech after suspicious package found Video included

Texas Tech police are investigating a suspicious package in the area of Talkington Hall Parking. 

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Hereford man dies in semi-truck rollover crash

A Hereford man died in an early morning crash on I-27 in Hale County. 

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The Latest: Texas offers reward in border agent's death

Texas is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or people who killed a U.S. border agent and injured another.    

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Eppler: "Justice League" is a fast food movie Video included

"Justice League" is the long-awaited team-up movie featuring some of the biggest names in comic books. FOX34's James Eppler has the review.

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Craft fair starts next week

The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) welcomes patrons to the Holiday Craft Fair on Friday, December 1, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Buddy Holly Center and Silent Wings Museum participate in Toys for Tots

The Lubbock Municipal Museums Announce Participation in Toys for Tots Annual Toy Drive Lubbock, Texas - The Buddy Holly Center and Silent Wings Museum are proud to announce their participation in the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots toy drive this holiday season. Both museums will be accepting toy donations to benefit local children Monday, November 20 through Wednesday, December 13. The city museums will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 2... More>>

Families joyous on Adoption Day at Lubbock Courthouse Video included

Smiles, hugs and teddy bears are not things you'd expect to see at the Lubbock County Courthouse, except for National Adoption Day.

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Look Around Lubbock: Bolen Vineyards Video included

Bolen Vineyards is owned and operated by Rowdy & Tameisha Bolen. They planted Merlot in 2010 and 2011 on their farm in Smyer, Texas and planted Malbec in 2012. Rowdy shows us the grape growing and...

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INTERVIEW: Remembering Corky Oglesby, dead at 81 Video included

A guest on the News@Nine Sunday, Tim Torres said the biggest lesson he learned from Coach Corky was to never give up on anyone. The full interview is attached to this story.

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Barber shop offers free cuts for the homeless community Video included

It is a growing population. The South Plains Homeless Consortium reported there were 425 homeless people across the South Plains last year. Barbers at 2151 Hair Lounge decided with holiday season, it was important to give back to the community. 

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Longtime Red Raider Corky Oglesby has died Video included

Longtime Red Raider Corky Oglesby died Sunday, according to multiple Texas Tech officials. Oglesby joined the Tech Athletic Department as an assistant basketball coach in 1969. He was head men's track and field coach from 1975 to 1995. 

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Offense struggles as Texas Tech falls 27-3

LUBBOCK, Texas – The Red Raider offense couldn’t find their rhythm Saturday afternoon as TCU rolled to a 27-3 victory.   

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Lubbock residents look forward to local dog parks Video included

Lubbock is on track to have not one but two dog parks by spring. City Council voted to approve a construction contract to build them at Clapp and Mackenzie Parks.  

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Texas Tech hosts Veteran Affairs hearing focusing on educational opportunities Video included

Do veterans need to be trained twice? Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington and El Paso Representative Beto O'Rourke want to know how the legislative branch can better serve veterans in regards to educational opportunities and support in higher education, but there is no better place to find out than Texas Tech lauded as a military friendly university.

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President George W. Bush will speak at Arts and Sciences benefit

As part of its groundbreaking Unmasking Innovation campaign, the Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences will host a benefit this spring featuring a former Texas governor-turned-U.S. President. 

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Giving back: Businesses partner with organization for Thanksgiving meals Video included

Families of students at Guadalupe Elementary will all be receiving a meal thanks to an organization helping to feed families for Thanksgiving.

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The bells are back: Salvation Army kicks off Kettle Drive Video included

The Salvation Army kicked off its Kettle Drive Friday. 

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Lubbock man sentenced for producing child pornography

LUBBOCK, Texas — Tarvinn Djuan Williams, 29, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 188 months in federal prison, following his guilty plea in August 2017 to one count of production of child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox of the Northern District of Texas. 

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Volunteers needed for Thanksgiving meal deliveries

Volunteers from the Salvation Army in Lubbock will deliver 250 meals, and many more smiles, to Lubbock Meals on Wheels’ recipients who would otherwise be alone for the holiday. 

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Texas unemployment rate improves to 3.9 percent in October

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Texas unemployment rate has improved for the sixth straight month with an October jobless figure of 3.9 percent.  

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Obesity likely connected to genetics

How much weight we gain may all come down to genetics. 

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Holiday Happening, "Miracle on 34th Street" headline weekend Video included

Check out what's happening this weekend in the Lubbock Cultural District

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A Tech student will win a new car at the football game this weekend Video included

Texas Tech students attending the game with TCU Saturday morning will have a chance to win a new car courtesy of the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group. 

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UPDATE: 15-year-old reported missing found safe

Lubbock Police are searching for 15-year-old Delores Gomez. Her family reported her missing around 6 p.m. Thursday, when she didn't return from Coronado High School.

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Look Around Lubbock: Signature Stag Video included

Signature Stag is a menswear store featuring top brands like Peter Millar, Saxx Life Changing Underwear, Costa Del Mar Sunglasses, Beretta Hunting Gear, Allen Edmonds Shoes and more. 

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Gun control forum brings discussion on "reasonable" right to bear arms Video included

With our nation reeling from two shooting massacres just days apart, the debate over whether to tighten up on gun control is raging.

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GOP tax overhaul would do away with many tax credits, deductions Video included

The Republican tax overhaul clears its first hurdle, making its way out of the House.

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'From Lubbock with Love' program helping Hurricane Harvey victims Video included

The South Plains Food Bank continues its "From Lubbock with Love" program, providing for Gulf Coast communities still recovering from Hurricane Harvey.

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Next step approved for I-27 extension to Laredo Video included

The Texas Transportation Commission approves the next step to extend Interstate 27 all the way to Laredo. 

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City approves contract for two dog parks

Lubbock is on track to have not one, but two, dog parks by spring. 

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Council hopes to have decision on policing plan by year's end Video included

Council members are trying to hammer out the finer details when it comes to the city's community policing plan.    

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Mother of child found dead accused of leaving her home alone

DALLAS (AP) - The mother of a girl who was adopted from India and found dead last month in suburban Dallas has been charged with child abandonment after police allege that she left her home alone.  

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Keystone pipeline leaks 210K gallons of oil in South Dakota

AMHERST, S.D. (AP) - TransCanada Corp. says its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota.  

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Pop-up food park event this Saturday

On Saturday, November 18th, some of the finest food trucks in the Lubbock area will set up shop in the Monterey-Wheelock neighborhood. 

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Registration for LBKAlert notification system now open Video included

Public registration for LBKAlert, the City of Lubbock’s new Emergency Notification System is now open. 

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Your blood pressure may not be healthy after all

Even if it recently checked out ok, your blood pressure may be unhealthy. 

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Lane closure WB on the Marsha Sharp Thursday

Work to pave a segment of the new westbound Marsha Sharp Freeway (MSF) mainlane is scheduled to take place today, Thursday, Nov. 16.

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Law enforcement steps up drunk driving patrols this weekend

From Friday, November 17, through Sunday, November 19, DPS, Lubbock Police Department and Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office will be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers, and drivers violating speed limit, seat belt and other traffic laws.

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First Look: "Justice League," "Wonder," "Star" Video included

The superhero team-up movie "Justice League" has years of hype to live up to this weekend after a troubled production. FOX34's James Eppler explains and previews all the new movies. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Holiday Happening 2017 Video included

Junior League of Lubbock hosts Holiday Happening 2017 at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center November 15-19. 

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A survey reveals new SAT exam is easier Video included

A recent survey indicates the new SAT version exam just doesn't challenge students the way it used to. In 2016 the college board revamped the exam launching a new format. It changed the content assessed on the exam and the way it's scored. 

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INTERVIEW: Lubbock mayor on $60 million investment into public safety Video included

Mayor Dan Pope said that's a firm number -- not a "best estimate" -- and would provide three substations, a property warehouse, and a new lab for law enforcement.

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Chamber honors 2017 Leadership Lubbock graduates

The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce honors its 2017 Leadership Lubbock graduates.

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Tech student says graduating with debt is worth it Video included

For many spring college graduates, the grace period is almost over. They will be receiving notices from student loan servicers in the coming weeks. Nationally, student debt totaled 1.34 trillion dollars mid-year according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. 

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HSC celebrates donors, who contributed millions in grants and scholarships this year

The Texas Tech Health Sciences Center celebrated its donors who give to philanthropic causes.

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Southcrest Christian School honors first responders

Southcrest Christian School honors Lubbock first responders, welcoming them on its elementary campus with all kinds of treats and homemade cards. 

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Attorney Susan Rowley announces candidacy for JP2

Susan Rowley is throwing her name in for Justice of the Peace Two. 

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Hays sworn in as county judge

Lubbock County swears in a new judge.

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Cowboys' Elliott drops appeal, will serve rest of 6-game ban

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has dropped his appeal with five games remaining on his six-game suspension over alleged domestic violence.    

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Murder charge for man who says he accidentally shot his friend

Grand jurors hand down murder indictment to a man accused of killing his friend last month.  

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Woman indicted in husband's murder

The Lubbock Grand Jury indicts a woman for murder. 

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Manage all your City of Lubbock utilities in one place

LUBBOCK, Texas – Customers of City of Lubbock water, wastewater, storm water and solid waste services and Lubbock Power & Light electric service can now look to City of Lubbock Utilities for all of their account management needs. 

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Business leases out human remains and saves families funeral expenses

One of the darkest businesses on the black market is the sale of human remains for profit. And there actually aren't very many state or federal laws to regulate companies that do it legitimately for medical research. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Miracle on 34th Street Video included

Lubbock Moonlight Broadway presents Miracle on 34th Street November 19, 25, and 26 at 2:00 p.m. and November 16, 17, 20, 24, and 25 at 7:30 p.m. It'll take place in the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre. Tickets available beginning September 15 at any Select-A-Seat location, by calling 806-770-2000, or visiting SelectASeatLubbock.com. For more information click here. "This Thanksgiving, fill your hearts with the miracle of family and friendship at Moonlight Br... More>>

Gunman targeted neighbors then continued rampage

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Authorities say three people have been killed in shootings at multiple locations in rural Northern California, and the shooter was killed by law enforcement after also wounding students at an elementary school. More>>

Money Matters: No bachelor's degree? In Texas, that's not a problem

A new study by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce shows that in Texas and around the country, the number of good paying jobs for workers with less than a bachelor's degree is growing.

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A woman is charged with terroristic threat after east Lubbock standoff

The two hour SWAT call out ends with 22 year old  Rosenda Rey in custody after taking refuge in a bathroom at the Texas Health and Human Services Office on the east side. Investigators haven't reported what set her off and no one was hurt during the two hour standoff. Rey is charged for a terroristic threat enhanced to a three degree felony, she also had two outstanding warrants with LPD. 

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VIDEO: Texas Tech scientists could change your blue jeans forever Video included

We could soon see a change in the way our blue jeans are made and worn, thanks to scientists at Texas Tech's fabric and Biopolymer Research Institute. 

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National sexual assault cases pave way for local victims Video included

As the pressure mounts on Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, the seemingly endless cases of sexual assault in the national spotlight are having an effect on local survivors. 

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New guideline gives half of Americans high blood pressure

Making the healthy step now will save you from medical scares later on in life. 

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East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood events and activities Video included

Keeping the Promise updated the community about the events and activities of the East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood. 

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Look for 'Be a Santa to a Senior' locations Video included

Lubbock Meals on Wheels is partnering with Home Instead Senior Care and Adult Protective Services to provide comfort this holiday season. 

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Local law enforcement takes part in simulated training course Video included

Police officers and sheriffs deputies took part in a simulated course in dangerous driving Tuesday. 

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Texas State suspends frats, sororities after pledge dies

Texas State University officials say they have suspended all fraternity and sorority chapter activities following the death of a fraternity pledge after an initiation ritual.   

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Health department hosting final drive-up flu clinic

The City of Lubbock Health Department is hosting the final drive-up flu clinic of the season on Saturday November 18th from 10 am to 1 pm at the Health Department located at 806 18th Street.

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Woman charged with terroristic threat after east Lubbock standoff Video included

Lubbock police are responding to a report of a woman with a gun and shots fired in east Lubbock.  

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Man indicted in connection to deadly wrong-way crash

A 26-year-old man has been indicted in connection to a wrong-way crash in August. 

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Tahoka man dies in wrong-way crash on 87

Two are dead following a wrong-way crash early Tuesday south of Tahoka.  

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Parent Life: Opening the door to teen parents Video included

There were more than 615,000 pregnant teenagers in 2014. 

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Suspect in custody after chase in stolen vehicle

A man is in custody following a police pursuit Tuesday morning. 

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Water at lunchtime may curb obesity in kids

Getting kids to drink water with their school lunches could help keep their weight in check and it could save the U.S. billions in obesity-related costs. 

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SteelDrivers perform at Texas Tech this weekend Video included

The Grammy Award-winning bluegrass group, "The SteelDrivers," will be featured in Friday night's Presidential Lecture and Performance Series at Texas Tech.

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Fidget spinners pulled by Target

Target removes two models of fidget spinners from its website.  The company also starting to pull the spinner off store shelves.   

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Look Around Lubbock: Thanksgiving at Market Street Video included

Thanksgiving usually involves a lot of indulging and delicious food. United Family Registered Dietitian, Brenda Duby, shares healthy options that you can incorporate in your Thanksgiving day meal. Market Street has their holiday meals available for purchase... 

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Lubbock Congressman responds to Roy Moore allegations

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Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington says if the claims against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore are true, then a full criminal proceeding should follow. 

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"Rachel's Challenge" inspires Frenship ISD students Video included

Rachel Joy Scott died in the Columbine shooting. She was the first victim Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris killed. Eighteen years later, her legacy now reaches millions through the non-profit organization, "Rachel's Challenge". 

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Report: Murdered Lubbock Green Beret uncovered SEALs' cash scheme Video included

Five Special Operations personnel say two Navy SEALs killed a Green Beret from Lubbock after he discovered they'd been stealing federal money. 

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Trans Remembrance Week Nov. 13-20

Texas Tech University and the Office of LGBTQIA, the Texas Tech Gender and Sexuality Association and the Residence Hall Association will host events in conjunction with Trans Remembrance Week from Nov. 13-20.
 

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It's National Hunger and Homelessness week. Here's how to get involved Video included

As the temps drop heading toward winter, there's some that don't have the luxury of having a roof over their heads.

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Midwest farmers check out South Plains cotton gins and harvesting techniques Video included

Farmers from the Midwest visited the South Plains learning how farmers do it down here. I

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Miracles Christmas Parade organizers accepting applications

Parade organizers are currently accepting applications for parade participants available on the parade website at www.miraclesparade.com. The deadline for submission remains Friday, December 1, 2017. 

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Texas sees increase in domestic violence reports

HOUSTON (AP) - Domestic violence cases have sharply increased in Texas in recent years.                

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Rural areas at risk as water levels drop in massive aquifer

The draining of a massive aquifer that underlies portions of eight states is drying up streams, causing fish to disappear and threatening the livelihood of farmers who rely on it for their crops.   

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Eppler: "Orient Express" survives its source material Video included

The remake of "Murder on the Orient Express" is exactly what it needs to be. FOX34's James Eppler has the review

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: American Diabetes Month Video included

In recognition of November as American Diabetes Month, the American Diabetes Association® reminds us that there’s a hero inside everyone affected by diabetes. The 2017 campaign will share the stories of people with diabetes and how their strength, courage and determination make them heroes. Nearly half of all American adults have....

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TTU Delta Alpha Sigma sorority hosts first annual car show Video included

The Delta Alpha Sigma multicultural sorority hosted the first "Heels and Wheels" car show.

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Texas Tech's Office of LGBTQIA hosts "Trans Remembrance Week" Video included

Nationwide, twenty five transgender people have been murdered this year because of their identity. Texas Tech, the Office of LGBTQIA, and the Gender and Sexuality Association host trans- remembrance week.  

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UPDATED: Investigators identify man killed in wreck near Abernathy Video included

Texas DPS reports a fatal crash Saturday evening on FM 597, a mile and a half east of Abernathy.

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Texas Tech ends 4-game skid with 38-24 win over Baylor

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Douglas Coleman rips the ball away and takes in in for a touchdown for one of 4 turnovers in the win.

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SLIDESHOW: Texas Tech vs. Baylor

Check out dozens of photos from the Red Raiders' win over Baylor at Cowboys Stadium.

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Silent Wings Museum commemorates Veterans Video included

The nation paused to honor and celebrate those who have served our nation on Veterans Day. The Silent Wings Museum held a ceremony and opened their exhibits for free.

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Lubbock Rep. Arrington: VA is 'fundamentally broken right now' Video included

Texas U.S. Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn put the Department of Veterans Affairs on notice after penning a letter urging the VA to improve its quality of care.

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POW educates All Saints students at Veterans Day assembly Video included

All Saints Episcopal School held its annual Veterans Day assembly honoring and celebrating those who have served our nation.

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Democratic candidates for governor meet Lubbock supporters Video included

Two Democrats who will face off in next year's primary for Texas governor met supporters in Lubbock Friday.

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Lubbock Economic Council celebrates 50 years Video included

The Lubbock Economic Council observed 50 years as an organization.

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Veterans Day deals

Saturday, November 11 is Veterans Day. To honor our veterans and active military, many businesses are saying thank you by offering discounts and free meals. 

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Texas Tech ROTC honors Suzie Caballero Turner Video included

Texas Tech Army and Air Force ROTC honored Suzie Caballero Turner, sister of Tech alumna and Purple Heart recipient Sgt. Virginia Caballero. 

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UPDATE: Suspects' names released in high-speed chase Video included

A high speed chase with shots fired toward police leads to two arrests. Investigators have now released their names.

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American Pickers to film in Texas

(Press Release): Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to TEXAS! They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region this Winter. AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History.

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Snyder preservationist films demolition of 106-year-old Santa Fe depot

(Press Release): SNYDER, TEXAS — After years of struggle they couldn’t find a way to save their Santa Fe Railway Depot, the last of its kind intact in the world. Preservation Texas named it to the Texas Most Endangered Places list in 2011. The community sought willing purchasers — and eventually found one. But in the end they couldn’t afford to move it. Still, preservationists in Snyder, Texas, managed to save everything they could of the Santa Fe Railwa... More>>

Texas Tech to host women’s empowerment week Video included

Texas Tech University and Women’s & Gender Studies (WGS) are hosting Women’s Empowerment (WE) Week Monday (Nov. 13) through Thursday (Nov. 16). The theme of the week is “Lift as You Climb,” a nod to early civil rights leader and founder of the National Association of Colored Women Mary Church Terrell.

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Fallen trooper honored with highway dedication

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today held a dedication ceremony for a portion of U.S. Highway 84 newly designated in honor of DPS Trooper Jonathan McDonald, who died in the line of duty in 2010. 

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Red Raiders collecting donations for the holidays

(Press Release): Red Raiders Give Back to the Community Various campus departments and organizations are collecting donations for the holidays. Several groups at Texas Tech University are doing their part to help local organizations and others in need.

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Symphony, Dance Festival performances this weekend Video included

The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, Texas Tech Dance Program and Lubbock Community Theatre all have performances this weekend. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Take in the Local Color! Lubbock's Artist Studio Tour Video included

Forty-two artists and eight studios will be participating in the 21st Take In the Local Color! Lubbock’s Artist Studio Tour, November 11-12, 2017. This yearly event gives audiences the unique opportunity to observe artists in their working environments, many of which are in private homes. All participating artists are from Lubbock County and...

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Children patients at UMC engage in Kendra Scott Color Bar Video included

A welcomed distraction for children patients at the Southwest Cancer Center -- jewelry. Kendra Scott's Color Bar program stopped at UMC.  

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Fallen Lubbock soldier remembered in National Geographic's 'Long Road Home' Video included

It is a sacrifice far too many families have endured. A son, daughter, husband or wife killed in action while serving overseas.  

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Lubbock vets receive cars as part of 'Keys to Progress' event Video included

Christmas came early for two Lubbock vets. 

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'Red, White and You' job fair connects veterans with employers Video included

The Texas Workforce Commission fights veteran unemployment with its "Hiring Red, White and You" job fair.

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Southcrest Christian School honors veterans and their families Video included

Southcrest Christian School honored veterans and their families Thursday. 

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Execution date set for man convicted in pregnant woman's murder

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A Lubbock judge has signed a death warrant for the man convicted of killing a pregnant woman in 2005. 

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Remains of Lubbock Marine killed at Pearl Harbor identified Video included

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, recently accounted-for from World War II, are being returned to his family for burial with full military honors. 

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Lubbock Fire Rescue incorporating new body armor Video included

Fighting fires is not an easy job. In the heat of it, protection is a challenge especially when there are dangers in addition to to the flames. 

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Suspects in custody after high speed pursuit, shots fired

A chase that began in Hale County ended in a crash and gunfire near Idalou.

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Read for better health

Putting down the remote and picking up a book can be good for your health. 

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"Orient Express," "Daddy's Home 2" open in theaters Video included

Two new movies arrive in theaters this weekend including an expensive remake and a comedy sequel. FOX34's James Eppler has the First Look.

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Look Around Lubbock: November events at Dillard's Video included

Dillard's is hosting it's Cosmetic Scentsational Event & Vintage Handbag Event November 10th & 11th. The Dillard’s Christmas Trim Shop is now open.

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Students learn to train dogs, researchers learn dog behavior Video included

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The Canine Olfaction Laboratory: a big name for a research facility that's about discovering more about a dog's behavior and welfare.

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Professor: Social media use could foster radicalization Video included

The Church shooting and the massacre in Las Vegas were only about a month apart. 

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Mayors come together to discuss the future of West Texas

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Six mayors from West Texas gathered today (November 8) in a joint effort to unite and advocate for the areas they represent. 

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Report of active shooter unsubstantiated in Floresville

Authorities are searching for a suspect after reports of shots fired near a nursing home in Floresville, where Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit this evening.

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City of Lamesa tells citizens to prepare for water outage Video included

The City of Lamesa is experiencing a water shortage, and could be out of water by the end of the day, the city announced on its Facebook page. 

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Texas among the fattest states in the US

Texas is among the fattest states in the U.S. 

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All Saints to host Veterans Day program

As part of the school’s Veterans Day Observance, a decorated Viet Nam veteran will speak at 8:45 a.m. on Friday, November 10 at All Saints School.

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Chief gives tour of outdated HQ, makes the case for new police substations Video included

Police Chief Greg Stevens conducts a tour of LPD headquarters, driving home the point that there are significant issues with the state of the building.  

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Look Around Lubbock: winterizing your home Video included

SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock in the restoration industry, and provides 24-hour emergency service. The team has the training, equipment, and experience to respond to your restoration or cleaning needs. Jennifer Jones with SERVPRO shares tips to keep your home safe this winter.

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: creamy bruschetta chicken Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a diabetic friendly creamy bruschetta chicken and rice recipe.

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Touch the heart of a veteran with a simple app

The Home Depot Foundation and TouchNote #CHOOSETOSERVE by Sending Thoughtful Notes to Veterans Around the World

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Faith leaders in Lubbock boosting security measures Video included

In moments of turmoil lessons must be learned to prevent future tragedies. Faith leaders are taking that to heart and many are boosting security measures and going over contingency plans to keep congregations secure. 

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Frenship voters approve tax ratification election

Voters in the Frenship school district approve the tax ratification election. 

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Chamber hosts event saluting the work of Frullo, Burrows & Perry

Members of the Chamber of Commerce salute the work of the Lubbock delegation to the state legislature.  

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Musician raises awareness of veterans affected by opioid crisis Video included

The nation-wide opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency. One of the most affect demographics are veterans. 

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All 7 amendments to Texas Constitution approved

Seven more amendments to the Texas Constitution get your blessing, or at least the few who made the effort to vote.  

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The Latest: Pentagon knew of lapses reporting crimes to FBI

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Texas' senior senator says he wants to ensure the military complies with the law on background checks after the Air Force failed to submit the criminal history to the FBI of the gunman who killed 26 at a Texas church. More>>

Meurer announces candidacy for JP2

Another candidate declares he's running for Justice of the Peace. 

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TxDOT urges drivers to 'End the Streak' of daily deaths

In an effort to end this grim and deadly 17-year milestone, the Texas Department of Transportation, through its #EndTheStreakTX  campaign, reminds drivers to stay alert, obey traffic laws and take personal responsibility behind the wheel. 

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Look Around Lubbock: winterizing your vehicle Video included

Audi Lubbock Service Manager, Steve Mikula, shares tips for you to stay safe on the roads this winter & shows items you should have in your vehicle. More>>

Cornyn announces bill to strengthen background check system

Texas Sen. John Cornyn announced plans to introduce legislation that would incentivize federal agencies, including the military, to expeditiously and efficiently upload the already-required criminal conviction records into the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.

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TCU lockdown lifted following shooting

The TCU campus in Fort Worth has issued an all-clear alert following a campus lockdown this morning.

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New drug tests melting fat

Good news if you overindulge on unhealthy foods. A new drug may melt harmful fat away. 

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Look Around Lubbock: tips to winterize your yard Video included

Lubbock County Horticulture Agent Vikram Baliga shares tips on keeping your plants safe during the cold weather and preparing your yard for winter. 

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No indication Texas shooter connected to antifa

There's no evidence that a man who killed 26 people in an attack on a rural Texas church Sunday was connected to an anti-fascist movement, despite claims made in a viral story from a conspiracy theorist site.   

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Pledge to Quarterback SACK - support kids and Tech at the same time Video included

Fans are asked to log on to www.PledgeSackWin.com to pledge for Quarterback S.A.C.K. Then, each time the Red Raiders continue to sack an opposing quarterback this season, your generous pledges will help sick or injured children and their families. 

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Kansas State beats Texas Tech in OT

Texas Tech couldn’t hold on to a late lead, falling in overtime to Kansas State 42-35.  

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SLIDESHOW: Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

Check out dozens of photos from Jones Stadium Saturday in the attached slideshow.  The Wildcats came back to force OT and win in the extra period 42-35.

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Former DNC interim chair accuses it of rigging election Video included

There is new fallout from the bombshell allegations leveled against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee. 

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Sheriff: Mexican Mafia member wanted for questioning in custody

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UPDATE: White House lockdown lifted

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Look Around Lubbock: Lubbock ISD Specialty Programs Video included

The purpose of Lubbock ISD Magnet/Specialty programs is to provide students opportunities that are not available at other schools. These programs attract students from outside the neighborhood attendance zones, are instructionally different and offer a variety of courses and opportunities. 

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Cherry juice credited as natural sleep aid

The key a good night's rest could be in the juice aisle. 

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FOX34 Football Friday: Coronado High School Video included

Coronado's varsity football team has an undefeated record of 8-0, so far, for the 2107 season. The Mustangs take on the Westerners of Lubbock High on Thursday, November 2 at 7 p.m. 

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: cauliflower fried rice Video included

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a diabetic-friendly recipe from the FOX34 Corner Kitchen.

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Look Around Lubbock: Reclaim the Plains Video included

Reclaim the Plains documents the stories of the plains, the abandoned structures of the agricultural revolution and promote resourceful industrial design. 

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  • Irving’s 47 lead Celtics past Mavericks to maintain streak

    Irving’s 47 lead Celtics past Mavericks to maintain streak

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    Kyrie Irving scored 10 of his season-high 47 points in overtime as the Boston Celtics rallied once again from a double-digit deficit to beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-102 on Monday night and extend their winning streak to 16 games.

    Kyrie Irving scored 10 of his season-high 47 points in overtime as the Boston Celtics rallied once again from a double-digit deficit to beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-102 on Monday night and extend their winning streak to 16 games.

  • Aldridge leads Spurs to 20th straight home win over Hawks

    Aldridge leads Spurs to 20th straight home win over Hawks

    LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and 11 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs held off the Atlanta Hawks 96-85 on Monday night. Atlanta lost its 20th straight game in San Antonio, a skid spanning 20 years.

    LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and 11 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs held off the Atlanta Hawks 96-85 on Monday night. Atlanta lost its 20th straight game in San Antonio, a skid spanning 20 years.

  • O’Brien doesn’t expect Foreman to play again this season

    O’Brien doesn’t expect Foreman to play again this season

    Coach Bill O’Brien said Monday that he doesn’t expect D’Onta Foreman to play again this season, the latest blow to a Houston Texans team riddled with injuries.

    Coach Bill O’Brien said Monday that he doesn’t expect D’Onta Foreman to play again this season, the latest blow to a Houston Texans team riddled with injuries.

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