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Quiet evening, strong storms possible tonight and Monday

It was a relatively quiet weekend, although Saturday was a bit windy. Temperatures were a little warmer today, but over the next 24 hours or so, it could get a bit boomy. The viewing area is under a risk for severe weather tonight and into Monday evening. More>>

SWAT responds to man barricaded in Wolfforth home

Lubbock County Sheriffs and SWAT are on scene at a home in Wolfforth where a man has barricaded himself.  More>>

Severe weather likely in area Monday

We have the set-up for severe weather through much of Monday. Get the latest update here in the Weather Blog. More>>

Texas Tech Baseball tops TCU, wins Big 12 Championship

The Red Raiders clinched the regular season conference championship with Saturday's win over TCU in Lubbock. More>>

Lubbock Police holds annual Citizens Motor Academy Video included

Motorcycle riders across Lubbock received a unique experience Saturday. 


Storm damage in Abilene, San Angelo, other parts of West Texas

Image of apparent tornado damage in Abilene from KTXS-TV Image of apparent tornado damage in Abilene from KTXS-TV

Severe storms produced damage across parts of the Big Country and Concho Valley early Saturday morning, including a few tornadoes. More>>

State budget committee agrees to fund $17.4 million to Texas Tech vet school

State lawmakers have cut a deal on the budget for the next two years, including millions for the Texas Tech vet school.  More>>

Lubbock man who robbed First Convenience Bank sentenced to 87 months

A Lubbock man has been convicted of robbing First Convenience Bank back in January.  More>>

Congressman Arrington releases statement on China tariffs

“The greatest existential threat to the United States and our future is the rise of an increasingly aggressive and authoritarian China," Arrington said. More>>

LPD motorcycle officers travel to Odessa to honor fallen officer

Three Lubbock Police Department motorcycle officers traveled to Odessa to honor fallen LPD motorcycle officer Rodney Kendricks on Friday.  More>>

Nurse Practitioner: women health care access improving Video included

While getting or paying for acre can be intimidating and costly, Texas is improving its access for women. More>>

Police investigating report of man exposing himself to teen at Lubbock park

Officers were told a male was driving slowly around the park and exposed his genitals to a 15-year-old nearby. More>>

Pre-trial hearings continue for accused killer of Texas Tech police officer Video included

Hollis Daniels, the Texas Tech student accused of executing Texas Tech Police Officer Floyd East Jr. appeared at the Lubbock County Courthouse Friday afternoon for a pre-trial hearing. 


Grumpy Cat, who entertained millions online, dies at age 7

(AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File). FILE - This Dec. 1, 2015 file photo shows Grumpy Cat posing for a photo in Los Angeles. Grumpy Cat, whose sour puss became an internet sensation, has died at age 7, according to her owners. Posting on social media Friday... (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File). FILE - This Dec. 1, 2015 file photo shows Grumpy Cat posing for a photo in Los Angeles. Grumpy Cat, whose sour puss became an internet sensation, has died at age 7, according to her owners. Posting on social media Friday...

Her owners say Grumpy Cat, whose sour puss became an internet sensation, has died at age 7. More>>

Local law enforcement to host annual Regional Peace Officer and First Responder Memorial

On May 21 at 10 a.m., several area agencies will host the annual Lubbock Regional Peace Officer and First Responder Memorial at the Lubbock Regional Public Safety Memorial. More>>

Gov. Abbott orders flags lowered to half-staff, calls for moment of silence on 1 year anniversary of Santa Fe shooting

Gov. Abbott has ordered the Texas flags in Santa Fe and at the state Capitol be lowered to half-staff on the one year anniversary of the tragic shooting that occurred at Santa Fe High School. More>>

ME Andrews files motion to recuse Judge Hatch

Lubbock County Medical Examiner Dr. Sam Andrews has filed a motion to have Lubbock County Judge Les Hatch recused from overseeing a lawsuit in which Andrews is a defendant. More>>

Martinez sentenced to 16 years for hitting officers with SUV

Carlos Martinez is sentenced to 16 years in prison for hitting three LPD officers with an SUV. More>>

Harmony Science Academy of Lubbock to host school fundraisers Saturday

The Harmony Science Academy of Lubbock will host its Flapjack Fundraiser Saturday May, 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and its Food Fun Water Extravaganza Day from 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. More>>

Plainview man found shot dead in Floyd County ditch

Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating the shooting death of a man, whose body was found in Floyd County. More>>

Want to learn to fly? Young Eagle fly-in breakfast Saturday

Interested in flying as a hobby? There are options for both children and adults. You'll want to head to the Lubbock Executive Airpark Saturday. More>>

The new age of dating: Swipe to find love Video included

Tinder or Bumble may be downloaded on your phone, already. If it's not, app users swipe to find love. Right if you like a picture, left if you don't. More>>

Man accused of hitting officers with SUV found guilty

The man accused of using an SUV to hurt three Lubbock police officers has been found guilty of aggravated assault of a public servant with a deadly weapon.  More>>

Texas House votes to change legal smoking age to 21 Video included

If you are 18 or older in Texas, you can legally purchase tobacco products, but that may not be the case anymore.


Military commissioning recognition for School of Medicine graduates

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Medicine graduating students were recognized for their commissions at the Military Commissioning Recognition Ceremony. More>>

Second suspect arrested, charged in Metro PCS robberies

Joseph Jackson, 26 Joseph Jackson, 26

Investigators have arrested and charged a second suspect in the Metro PCS robberies from Tuesday.  More>>

High Point Village to Host Second Annual Golf Tournament

On Friday, June 14, High Point Village will host its second annual Recognizing AbiliTEES golf tournament, presented by Peoples Bank. More>>

Texas Tech’s Goin’ Band from Raiderland names new Director

Joel Pagán has been appointed as the School of Music’s associate director of bands and director of the Goin’ Band from Raiderland. More>>

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lubbock wraps up Golf For Kids' Sake tournament

The 14th Annual Golf for Kids’ Sake Golf Tournament was held at the Rawls Golf Course on May 3 with 32 participating teams and fun themed holes. More>>

Register Now: Parks and Recreation Summer Camps

School is almost out, and it’s time to register your youth ages 6-12 for one of Parks and Recreation’s Summer Camps.  More>>

Moody’s reaffirms Texas Tech University System’s Aa1 long-term credit rating

Moody’s is the latest of the influential credit rating agencies to rate the TTU System with an elite-level rating. More>>

UPDATE: 9-year-old girl missing from Texico HAS BEEN FOUND

MISSING ENDANGERED JUVENILE ADVISORY- Texico, NM –Roberta Manzanales Texico, New Mexico – The Texico Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating Roberta Manzanales. For information on this Missing Person Advisory please co More>>

First Look: "John Wick 3," "Meanest Man in Texas," more Video included

Four new movies open in Lubbock this weekend including two sequels and a biopic with a Lubbock connection. More>>

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