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Westminster Presbyterian joins the fight against hunger

Westminster Presbyterian is joining the "Rise Against Hunger" para-church organization to help eliminate extreme hunger by 2030. Pastor Elliot Powell said the church will be working with other Rise Against Hunger groups to package food for donation.

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The Latest: About 100 demonstrators chant 'shut it down'

About 100 demonstrators chanted and beat drums outside a federal appeals court as three judges heard arguments about letting a Texas law against so-called sanctuary cities take effect before it hears arguments about the law itself.   

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Thirteen acts to play "Lubbock Music Now" CD release party Video included

Civic Lubbock, Inc. will release "Lubbock Music Now 2017" at a celebration Sunday afternoon at The Blue Light Live with 13 acts performing on indoor and outdoor stages 

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New law gives first time DWI offenders second chance Video included

The decision to get behind the wheel after a few drinks is a decision that could set you back thousands and will leave a permanent stain on your record. 

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Crosbyton cotton gin up and running this season Video included

The cotton ginning season starts in the next few weeks and for producers in Crosby County, the gin is back up and running. In early December of last year, a fire gutted the Associated Cotton Growers in Crosbyton, burning a quarter of the gin that and forcing it to shut down mid season.

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Friends of the Library holding 50th anniversary events

The Friends of the Lubbock Public Library celebrated its golden 50th anniversary with a series of events for all ages. Tonight's event was a screening of the first episode of the PBS hit show "Downton Abbey."

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17th annual Hub City Barbecue Cook-Off feeds thousands

Thousands of hungry spectators lined up for the 17th annual Hub City Barbecue Cook-Off.  The festival featured meats sides and desserts from more than one hundred teams.

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Estacado Matadors celebrate homecoming week

The Estacado Matadors celebrated homecoming week with a parade. It's Estacado High School's 50th anniversary and students celebrated all week long with dress up days, a senior breakfast, a homecoming pep rally and the annual homecoming parade.

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Remnant Trust hosts founding father reenactment

Founding fathers came to Lubbock in a historical reenactment of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton to discuss the U.S. Constitution. The event is in celebration of Remnant Trust's 20th Anniversary and co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Tech.

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Prosecutors say Texas lawmaker spent $51K on online psychic

Travis County prosecutors say in a court filing that state Rep. Dawnna Dukes spent more than $51,000 on an online psychic, appeared for work at the Capitol impaired and hid a cellphone from investigators.  

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Online tip leads to arrest of Lubbock man accused of sexually assaulting child

An online tip to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children sparked an investigation into a Lubbock man, who is now facing federal child abuse charges. 

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México City earthquake hits home for local news anchor Video included

A local news anchor and native Mexican said watching everything unfold following the deadly earthquake from afar has made her feel a world of emotions.

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Look Around Lubbock: Cook's Garage Showdown Video included

Cook's Garage is hosting a car, truck and bike show September 23 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. There is a $10 gate fee, kids 12 and under are free. Part of the proceeds will go to the South Plains Kidney Foundation.

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INTERVIEW: Congressman Arrington talks legislative reform Video included

Congressman Jodey Arrington talked to FOX34 about repealing Obamacare, tax reform, hurricane relief, and term limits for Congress.

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Smiles for Soldiers to offer free full dental restoration to one lucky applicant

Local oral surgeons are giving soldiers something to smile about. Hill and Ioppolo and Facial Surgeons of Lubbock launched the Smiles for Soldiers program to give one lucky active soldier or veteran a full dental restoration free of charge.

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Lubbock ISD receives $100,000 donation

Lubbock ISD Foundation for Excellence received a $100,000 donation. Each year the FFE Golf Committee helps fund student and staff grants, technology for classrooms, special education resources and much more.

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Back the Blue: Lubbock thanks local law enforcement for their service

A couple of events around town showed support for law enforcement through Back the Blue. Carpet Tech invited men and women with a badge for a lunch, a small way of saying thank you.

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East Lubbock Community Alliance celebrates three years

The East Lubbock Community Alliance "Paints the East Side Blue" in celebration of its third anniversary. A.J.. McCleod, the Starcare community relations coordinator, said this is an opportunity for people to get engaged and be proud of the city they live in.

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Lubbock game wardens issue citations in fatal boat crash

Lubbock district game wardens have issued citations to boat operators following a crash that killed a 1-year-old and injured several others at Buffalo Springs Lake ten days ago.

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Car Seat Checkup event at Safety City this weekend

The Texas Department of Transportation and the Injury Prevention Coalition of the South Plains, Inc.,will host a car seat checkup event from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Safety City in Lubbock, 46th Avenue U.

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Suspect arrested in connection to Littlefield murder

Texas Rangers are assisting the Littlefield Police Department following a shooting that left one person dead.

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: 2-ingredient pumpkin cornbread Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares an easy pumpkin cornbread recipe.

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New sex ed study focuses on the normality of sexual development

The most uncomfortable subject to discuss with the teens is often the birds and the bees. 

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Look Around Lubbock: 125 years of grace at FUMC Video included

First United Methodist Church, Lubbock is celebrated 125 Years of Grace. The“125 Years of Grace” slogan in 2017 reminds the church "where we came from, where we are now and where we will be in the future as a “grace-filled” downtown center of worship." 

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INTERVIEW: Mayor Dan Pope talks this year's fiscal budget Video included

Mayor Dan Pope talked to FOX34 about this year's fiscal budget, including LP&L rates, water billing, tax rates, new LPD staff, and funding to NELCDC.

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Lubbock resident announces his candidacy for District 5 Council seat

Longtime Lubbock resident Randy Christian announced his candidacy for the District 5 seat on City Council.

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Lubbock Boys & Girls Club breaks ground on new branch

The Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock broke ground on a new branch. Located at 26th and Kewanee, the J.T. & Margaret Talkington Boys & Girls Club will be open to children age six to 18 for a year-long membership fee of $10.

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The Latest: Death toll from Mexico earthquake reaches 119

Throughout Mexico City, rescuer workers and residents dug through the rubble of collapsed buildings seeking survivors following a 7.1 magnitude quake.   

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Foster Care Leadership Program helps children find homes

Lubbock Interagency Adoption Council, Mayor Dan Pope and other city officials organized the Foster Care Leadership Program. The forum is designed to share information about current foster care shortages in the state, specifically in West Texas.

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Boil water notice for Cone residents

The community of Cone is under a boil water notice. 

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Money Matters: How-to freeze your credit after the Equifax security breach Video included

The giant data breach at the Equifax credit agency exposed more than 143 million Americans' critical data to hackers. In an abundance of caution, many people are turning to the option of freezing their credit.

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Abandoned home in Lubbock has neighbors concerned Video included

Abandoned homes and properties across Lubbock continue to be an issue, but what happens when no one is there to claim them?

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Slowly: the best way to decrease your waist line

The best way to lose weight is gradually, according to experts. Researchers looked at data on hundreds of overweight or obese adults who completed a one-year weight loss program. Overall, weight loss early in the program predicted long-term change in weight.

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Motorcyclist dies after Monday morning crash

Accident Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department are investigating an early morning crash that sent a motorcyclist to the hospital with serious injuries. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Texas Country Farmers Market Video included

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Clovis Police release 911 tapes from library shooting Video included

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Panicked calls poured into Clovis Dispatch the night 16-year-old Nathaniel Jouett stormed the Clovis-Carver Library and opened fire killing two and wounding four others. 

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Homegating: the trend replacing tailgating? Not for Tech fans

It's the opposite of tailgating; a trend taking over living rooms everywhere: homegating. Instead of tailgating, more and more stadiums are losing their fans who are opting to simply watch the game from home.

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Fox returns to Jones Stadium during Saturday's game

The unexpected guest at Saturdays game against ASU was released safely.  The fox was seen running across the field in the first quarter, causing a brief delay as it made its way into the endzone, to the stands, then eventually the women's bathroom.

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Hale Co. warns citizens of calls from fake deputy

The Hale County Sheriff's Department is alerting citizens of a potential scam. 

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LPD seeking public's help after deadly hit-and-run

Lubbock Police Department Accident Investigators are asking for the public’s help in solving Sunday morning’s deadly hit and run crash. 

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Texas Tech, OSU kickoff set for prime time on FOX

LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech will be back under the Jones AT&T Stadium lights on Sept. 30 when the Red Raiders host Oklahoma State in a 7 p.m. primetime kickoff on FOX. 

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Children's Home of Lubbock Hosts Annual Fall Festival

The Annual Fall Festival is held on the campus of The Children's Home of Lubbock each September.  In addition to being a fund-raiser, this event serves as an opportunity for our friends and supporters to enjoy our beautiful campus and get to know students and staff.

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Lubbock Juggalo refutes FBI's gang classification Video included

It is a group that has been labeled a gang by the FBI. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Heaven Sent Gluten Free Foods

Audrey Key is the owner of Heaven Sent Gluten Free Foods, a gluten free bakery out of her home in Lubbock. She specializes in making muffins, biscuits, granola and jam.

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Texas Tech ranks fourth best public university in the state

Texas Tech University was ranked fourth best public university in Texas, according to Niche. 

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SLIDESHOW: Photos of Texas Tech's win over Arizona State

Click the slideshow to see photos of Texas Tech's 52-45 win over Arizona State. More>>

Late score lifts Red Raiders to a 52-45 victory

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Dylan Cantrell took one in from three yards out with 1:55 remaining in the fourth quarter to lift the Red Raiders to a 52-45 victory over Arizona State. 

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Texas Game Wardens home after assisting with Irma Video included

It was a quick turn around for Texas Game Wardens assisting on the Harvey Ravaged Coastline.  

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One wounded at 17th & M, police seek shooter

Police are looking for the shooter responsible for wounding one person late Friday night near 17th Street and Avenue M.

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After losing funding, director says NELCDC is here to stay Video included

The North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation, NELCDC, is short nearly $355,000 after losing it's funding source from the city. 

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Texas Tech working towards Hispanic-Serving Institution criteria Video included

Texas Tech continues to make strides in diversifying its student body, especially with its undergraduate recruiting and enrollment. Texas Tech added another record to the books. The fall 2017 class surpassed the previous undergraduate student population enrolled and recruited one of the most diverse freshmen classes in the school's history.

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Cultural organizations discuss the importance of the Spanish language

Sigma Delta Pi and the National Hispanic Honor Society held a panel discussing the role the Spanish language has on shaping the nation's future.  Group members said this is a timely topic given the demographic shift occurring across our state and nation.

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F-16 Fighting Falcons gear up for tomorrow's game

If you heard engines roaring over north Lubbock this afternoon, it was two F-16 Fighting Falcons practicing for the fly-over at tomorrow's Tech game.

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Council votes against changing city sign ordinance

A point of contention for Council members at Thursday's meeting was whether to change the city's 42-year-old sign ordinance. Councilwoman Karen Gibson is the only "yes" vote for an amendment that would allow digital signs to be put up on businesses.

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SPFB provides new meal program for senior citizens

South Plains Food Bank aims to reach more senior citizens with the Commodity Supplemental Food Program. The food bank will deliver food boxes directly to those at least 60 years old at partnering locations and any senior citizen taking part in the delivery will also receive a food voucher.

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Chance for storms this weekend Video included

More storms are possible this weekend. Get the updated forecast here in the FOX34 Weather Blog.

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Improper teacher-student relationships cases soar in Texas

The number of cases of teachers accused of soliciting romantic relationships from students has increased for the ninth year in a row in Texas, with a state education official attributing the increase to more awareness of the issue.   

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Man sentenced to 20 years for fentanyl distribution conspiracy

Brian Landon Brown, 32, was sentenced today by Senior U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 240 months in federal prison for his role in a fentanyl distribution conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas.

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FOX34 Football Friday: Lubbock-Cooper Video included

The Lubbock-Cooper Pirates take on Frenship in a rivalry match up Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. 

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Good Day Music: Lucas Hoge Video included

Lucas Hoge has a number one album on the Billboard Country Music chart with "Dirty South." You can get the album and follow him here. Watch his performance on Good Day Lubbock in the video above.

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Terrorism suspected after London tube explosion

Several people were injured in a blast in a London subway. A burning bag and a bucket were found inside a tube carriage but no word yet on what started the combustion that happened about 8:20 am London time. 

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UMC debuts new ICCU to improve patient wait times

In an effort to bring down the ER wait times at UMC, the hospital is opening a new unit on the east wing that is the size of a football field. The unit has been in construction for a year. 12 new beds will be ready for patients on Monday. 

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Report: Emergency room visits increase at record levels nationwide Video included

 According to the CDC's recent data, emergency visits climbed to a record high of 141.4 million patient visits in 2014.

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Council ends city funding of NELCDC; new development program initiated

The City of Lubbock will no longer fund the North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation.

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Crash at Highway 84 and Milwaukee sends five to the hospital

A crash near Highway 84 and Milwaukee sent five victims, including two young children to the hospital. State Troopers reported a pickup didn't yield at the intersection and collided with an SUV headed east on 84.

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Hurricane Harvey volunteers share their stories at LFR press conference

Lubbock Fire and Rescue held a press conference with ten local firefighters who have returned from the Hurricane Harvey relief in southeast Texas.   Firefighters were able to share their experiences and what they encountered.

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September declared as National Preparedness Month

In coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Lubbock Commissioners Court declared September National Preparedness Month for citizens in Lubbock County.

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Texas Tech breaks undergraduate student enrollment record

Texas Tech reached a new undergraduate enrollment record, surpassing the 30,000 student mark with a grand total of 30,759 students.  The increased number of Hispanic undergraduate students has become the key component  to this increased student body enrollment.

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Game day: What to know for Saturday

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Red Raiders host Arizona State in a 7 p.m. kickoff Saturday night inside Jones AT&T Stadium 

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Congress addresses nationwide doctor shortage

By 2030, the U.S. will be short between 40,000 and a 100,000 doctors, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. To address that problem, Congress is evaluating renewing a few new programs to encourage young doctors to study and practice in rural areas.

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Soldiers injured in explosion at Fort Bragg

An Army spokesman says multiple soldiers have been injured in an explosion during a training exercise on Fort Bragg.   

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Street closures next week for 17th Annual Hub City BBQ Cook-off

Downtown streets will be closed next week for the 17th Annual Hub City BBQ Cook-off presented by Suddenlink.

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Look Around Lubbock: Texas Tech Masked Rider Video included

The Masked Rider, an icon of Texas Tech University and the official mascot plays a large role in TTU tradition. Laurie Tolbloom, a TTU graduate student in Mass Communications is the 2017-2018 Masked Rider. 

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Lamb County prosecutors notice possible unconstitutionality in state's rape statute Video included

District attorneys in Lamb County will use a current sexual assault case as a prime example that warrants  rewriting the state's incest law. A Lamb County jury returned a guilty verdict for a sexual predator indicted in 2015 under the state's rape statute and there's another Texas case currently pending. 

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4ORE Gives Back Campaign donates to Lubbock YWCA

4ORE Gives Back Campaign donated $10,000 to Lubbock YWCA. YWCA works to strengthen the community by providing family and leadership development, health and wellness.

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Red Cross volunteer reflects on her time in Houston

Red Cross volunteers have also made their way back to West Texas after helping Houston evacuees in the DFW metroplex. Laura Hann, executive director of the Red Cross service in the Texas South Plains, said these displaced families knew the Red Cross would welcome them with open arms.

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Salvation Army DART volunteer returns from Houston

A Lubbock man is back from Houston with memories he'll never forget. Rudy Zapata, the second in command of the Salvation Army DART Team, headed to the coast just days after the hurricane.

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Ports-to-Plains Alliance celebrates 20 years

Civic leaders celebrate 20 years of the Ports-to-Plains Alliance. The almost 5,000 mile corridor joins nine states, Canada, and Mexico to advocate international transportation and economic prosperity.

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Lubbock pilot answers call for help in search for missing infant Video included

John Kimmel is no stranger to flying in high stress situations.  

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Lubbock ISD announces nine National Merit Semifinalists

Lubbock ISD is home to nine National Merit Semifinalists in the 63rd annual National Merit Scholarship Program, released today by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation officials. 

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Mayor Pope to take part in Foster Care Leadership forum

Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope will take part in a Foster Care Leadership Forum organized by the Lubbock Interagency Adoption Council. 

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Rate of Texans without health insurance falls, still tops US

The number of people without health insurance in Texas continues to decline, but the state still has more residents without coverage than anywhere in the nation.  

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Southwest Parkinson Society to host two events this weekend

In hopes of raising awareness for Parkinson's disease, Southwest Parkinson Society is hosting two events this weekend. 

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Tattoo ink found traveling through the body

Tattoo ink travels through the body, according to new data. Scientists says they found remnants of tattoo ink inside a person's lymph nodes. 

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Supreme Court blocks lower court rulings on Texas districts

A divided Supreme Court is blocking lower court rulings that ordered Texas to redraw some congressional and legislative districts.    

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: stuffed roasted peppers Video included

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a healthy tailgating recipe.

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Lubbock's Reese Technology Center celebrates 20 years Video included

The Reese Technology Center is 20 years of success in the making.  The air force base was one of many across the nation that was forced to close in the late 1990's, but its redevelopment is considered one of the most successful in the country.

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Multiple agencies involved in recovery of infant's body from Buffalo Springs Lake Video included

Multiple agencies were successful in recovering an infant thrown into Buffalo Springs Lake after a two-boat collision Sunday evening.

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UPDATE: Dive crews recover body of infant after Sunday boat crash Video included

The body of the missing child has been found at Buffalo Springs Lake.

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Cocktails for a Cause benefits Meals on Wheels Pet Program

Raider Ranch hosted its monthly Cocktails for a Cause event today benefiting the Lubbock Meals on Wheels Pet Program.  Executive Director Lisa Gilliand said this program is necessary for home bound clients because of their pets' valuable companionship.

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New law requires all parents be notified if a child has head lice

A new law now in effect requires school nurses to notify all parents when there is a child that has head lice. The parents will receive treatment and prevention options from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Resthaven Funeral Home to host fundraiser for hurricane relief

Resthaven Funeral Home and Memorial Park is participating in the Relief for Texas Coast fundraiser. Donations will be accepted on Wednesday, Sept 13 and Thursday, Sept 14 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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TSA finds loaded firearm at Lubbock airport

TSA found a loaded firearm at the security screening checkpoint at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport. The .380 caliber Smith and Wesson was detected in a carry on bag during checkpoint x-ray screening.

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Lubbock police search for missing Texas Tech helmet

The case of the missing Texas Tech helmet. Lubbock police looking for this helmet signed by each of Tech's Ring of Honor members. It was supposed to be used in a raffle to raise money for local Special Olympics athletes.

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Lubbock man indicted for punching six-week-old baby

A Lubbock man has been indicted for punching his six-week-old baby. Matthew Liford, 18, is held on charges including injury to a child and prohibited sexual conduct with a relative.

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Warrants issued for suspects in 2012 murder

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Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department Person Crimes Unit have secured two warrants for the 2012 murder of 23-year-old Travondrick Ward. 

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City of Lubbock confirms case of West Nile Virus

The City of Lubbock Health Department has confirmed West Nile Virus in Lubbock for 2017. 

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Look Around Lubbock: Coursey Family Farm Video included

Coursey Family Farm is a local goat farm dedicated to providing fresh raw goat milk and raw goat milk yogurt. Mike and Annette Coursey raise and care for their goats as organically and naturally as possible. Their herd is CAE, CL, TB and Brucellosis free. All adult goats are tested annually. Antibiotics are given only when needed and then that animal is removed from production until such time as the antibiotics have cleared their ... More>>

Lubbock 9/11 survivor reflects on experience Video included

For Retired Col. Lou Ortiz it is as if the September 11 terror attacks happened just yesterday.  

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Mayor Pope invites residents for coffee

Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope will host a Coffee with the Mayor on Tuesday, September 12. The meeting will start at 7:30 a.m. at United Market Street located at 4425 19th Street.

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Lubbock memorial honors lives lost to 9/11

The Lubbock community remembered the lives lost in the 9/11 attacks with a memorial service. The service was held outside of the Lubbock County Court House and featured key note speaker VFW Commander Benny Guerrero.

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Police: At least 8 dead after shooting in North Texas

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Authorities in North Texas say at least eight people are dead, including the suspect, after a shooting at a home in Plano. More>>

Fewer women infected with HPV

Fewer adult women are becoming infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV), including women who never received a vaccination for it. Researchers analyzed the results from a federal health survey, which revealed a 32% decrease in HPV infections among women 18-59 years old. 

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Man sentenced to more than 12 years on federal drug charges

Dewitt Donnell Bailey was sentenced on Friday, September 8, 2017, by Senior U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to a 151 months in federal prison following his guilty plea in May 2017 to one count of possession with intent to distribute 28 grams or more of cocaine base, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas. 

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Texas lawmakers look tap "rainy day fund" for Harvey cleanup

While the nation is focused on Florida, residents on the Texas coast are working to clean up from Harvey. 

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Texas Tech's 'Celebrate Cotton' game Saturday

Texas Tech and the Celebrate Cotton campaign is set to host the 6th Annual "Cotton Game" on Sept. 16.

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X-Cel Energy sending crews to Florida to restore power

About 200 X-cel Energy employees will be heading to Florida to help with power restoration after Irma dissipates.

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Cars for Canines 2017 raises money for life-saving shelter upgrades

The Cars for Canines 2017 car show is a fundraiser to benefit Lubbock Animal Services.

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Local churches host gospel musical benefiting Harvey victims

A group of faith leaders from across Lubbock hold a unity concert at the Agape Temple near 48th and Q to raise money and supplies for Harvey victims.

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Jason Corley announces candidacy for County Commissioner

Jason Corley declares his candidacy for precinct two on the Commissioner's Court.

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Goin' Band members, former director honor memory of Petersburg band leader Video included

Just weeks into the marching season, Petersburg High School band members lost their leader. Former Goin' Band Director Keith Bearden and Goin' Band members stepped up to make Friday a special night.

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Helicopter crash kills country singer Troy Gentry and pilot

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Authorities say a helicopter crash near a small New Jersey airport has left two men dead ahead of a concert there by country band Montgomery Gentry. More>>

Buyer Beware: Storm-damage vehicles will hit the market Video included

More than one million vehicles in Texas have been reportedly damaged or destroyed by Harvey's floodwaters, and some of those cars could end up on a lot for sale.

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Frenship High unveils new freshman campus

Frenship ISD unveiled its new freshman center. It's an extension of the high school entirely dedicated to ninth grade students. It's part of the 2014 bond election that also included construction for Frenship's eighth elementary campus.

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LPD Homeless Outreach teams up with 3 Doors Down charity

"The Better Life", a charity by rock band 3 Doors Down, teams up with LPD's Homeless Outreach Team and the House of Furniture to collect supplies for the homeless starting today through the end of the month.

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Judge blocks Elliott's 6-game suspension over domestic case

A federal judge has blocked Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension over a domestic violence case, setting the stage for a potentially lengthy legal fight with the NFL. 

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American Tribute Flag Field pays tribute to first responders

Students of Miller Elementary set up the 15th annual American Tribute Flag Field at Kastman Park. The tribute honors those lost in 9/11, first responders and the military.

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Equifax announces third cyber security breach since 2015

Equifax, one of the largest credit reporting agencies, has announced intrusion into the companies data base. This cyber security breach has the potential to affect up to 143 million Americans.

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Clovis shooting suspect: 33-count indictment, including 2 first-degree murder counts

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A Curry County Grand Jury indicted a teenager on two first-degree murder charges and 31 other crimes for a shooting that killed two women and injured four other victims August 28 at the Carver Public Library. 

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The Latest: Expert: Equifax website raises security concerns

Equifax says that three company executives who sold stock just days after the company discovered a major security breach were not aware of the hack at the time.    

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Look Around Lubbock: 29th Annual Cowboy Symposium & Celebration Video included

The National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration hosts it's 29th event in Lubbock, September 8-10. The symposium will feature unique cowboy culture events and demonstrations at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. 

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The Latest: Senate passes $15.3B aid package for Harvey

The House has passed a $7.9 billion Harvey aid package. 

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Height may be connected to blood clot risk

Being tall may be less appealing to you. Research -- just released this week -- indicates that taller people have a greater specific health risk. Your height might hold clues about your risk for a variety of health problems, including venous thromboembolism, or VTE, the medical term for blood clots. 

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FOX34 Football Friday: Estacado High School Video included

The Estacado Matadors star their football season with a loss against Hereford. The next game is Thursday 9/7 vs. Dumas. You can watch the game on FOX34 News Now at 7 p.m. 

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FOX34 Corner Kitchen: waffle strips with yogurt dip

Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a sweet, but protein filled breakfast recipe... toast strips with yogurt dip.

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Look Around Lubbock: 47th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival

The Garden and Arts Center hosts the 47th Annual Fall Arts & Crafts Festival, a free event open to the public where local art will be showcased.

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Source: Six-game suspension of Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott upheld

Arbitrator Harold Henderson has upheld the six-game suspension for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott on Tuesday, a source told ESPN's Chris Mortensen. 

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Free Sports Injury Clinic

As high school football season gets into full swing, so does the concern over injuries. If you're worried your child's bump may be something more serious, you can find out free of charge. 

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SLIDESHOW: See photos from Texas Tech's win over Eastern Washington

Click the slideshow to see dozens of photos from Jones Stadium Saturday.

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Congress returns to Washington with agenda upended by Harvey

Harvey has scrambled the equation for Congress as lawmakers get ready to return to Washington on Tuesday after a five-week summer recess.    

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Shimonek leads Texas Tech past Eastern Washington 56-10

Nic Shimonek threw for 384 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start and Texas Tech opened what could be a crucial season for coach Kliff Kingsbury with a 56-10 win over Eastern Washington on Saturday.

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  • Westminster Presbyterian joins the fight against hunger

    Westminster Presbyterian joins the fight against hunger

    Westminster Presbyterian is joining the "Rise Against Hunger" para-church organization to help eliminate extreme hunger by 2030. Pastor Elliot Powell said the church will be working with other Rise Against Hunger groups to package food for donation.

    Westminster Presbyterian is joining the "Rise Against Hunger" para-church organization to help eliminate extreme hunger by 2030. Pastor Elliot Powell said the church will be working with other Rise Against Hunger groups to package food for donation.

  • New law gives first time DWI offenders second chance

    New law gives first time DWI offenders second chance

    The decision to get behind the wheel after a few drinks is a decision that could set you back thousands and will leave a permanent stain on your record. 

    The decision to get behind the wheel after a few drinks is a decision that could set you back thousands and will leave a permanent stain on your record. 

  • Crosbyton cotton gin up and running this season

    Crosbyton cotton gin up and running this season

    The cotton ginning season starts in the next few weeks and for producers in Crosby County, the gin is back up and running. In early December of last year, a fire gutted the Associated Cotton Growers in Crosbyton, burning a quarter of the gin that and forcing it to shut down mid season.

    The cotton ginning season starts in the next few weeks and for producers in Crosby County, the gin is back up and running. In early December of last year, a fire gutted the Associated Cotton Growers in Crosbyton, burning a quarter of the gin that and forcing it to shut down mid season.

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