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  • SPFB's Summer of Sharing begins with ‘Conquer Hunger’ Run

    SPFB's Summer of Sharing begins with ‘Conquer Hunger’ Run

    During the summer months when kids are out of school, the South Plains Food Bank becomes a vital resource for the 1 in 7 people on the South Plains who face hunger.

    During the summer months when kids are out of school, the South Plains Food Bank becomes a vital resource for the 1 in 7 people on the South Plains who face hunger.

  • Texas Tech ranked no. 1 best online school in Texas

    Texas Tech ranked no. 1 best online school in Texas

    Texas Tech University continues to receive recognition for its outstanding online programs. The university was recently ranked No. 1 for Best Online Colleges in Texas and No. 12 in the nation for 50 Best Accredited Online Colleges and Universities by BestColleges.com. 

    Texas Tech University continues to receive recognition for its outstanding online programs. The university was recently ranked No. 1 for Best Online Colleges in Texas and No. 12 in the nation for 50 Best Accredited Online Colleges and Universities by BestColleges.com. 

  • SPC’s ‘Explore the Arts’ camp set for July

    SPC’s ‘Explore the Arts’ camp set for July

    Parents, if you are looking for a fun way to break up the summer, South Plains College will offer an “Explore the Arts" camp July 23-26 (Monday through Thursday) in the Fine Arts building.

    Parents, if you are looking for a fun way to break up the summer, South Plains College will offer an “Explore the Arts" camp July 23-26 (Monday through Thursday) in the Fine Arts building.

  • BREAKING: President Trump cancels summit with North Korea

    BREAKING: President Trump cancels summit with North Korea

      WASHINGTON (AP) - Trump tells Kim 'do not hesitate to call me or write' if North Korean leader changes his mind regarding summit. President Donald Trump is canceling the planned June 12 summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

      WASHINGTON (AP) - Trump tells Kim 'do not hesitate to call me or write' if North Korean leader changes his mind regarding summit. President Donald Trump is canceling the planned June 12 summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

  • 5 things to know: Thursday

    5 things to know: Thursday

    5 things to know: Thursday; Graduating Lubbock quintuplets begin separate lives, 'Crying' Virgin Mary statue brings hope and a 'miracle' to Hobbs, Woman uses personal tragedy as motivation to help others, Gov. Abbott to meet with attack victims at today's roundtable, NKorea says Pence remarks were 'stupid,' willing to not meet

    5 things to know: Thursday; Graduating Lubbock quintuplets begin separate lives, 'Crying' Virgin Mary statue brings hope and a 'miracle' to Hobbs, Woman uses personal tragedy as motivation to help others, Gov. Abbott to meet with attack victims at today's roundtable, NKorea says Pence remarks were 'stupid,' willing to not meet

  • Graduating Lubbock quintuplets begin separate lives

    Graduating Lubbock quintuplets begin separate lives

    "They do have plans to split up and spread out and I think it is time,"

    "They do have plans to split up and spread out and I think it is time,"

  • NFL Commissioner announces rule, players must stand

    NFL Commissioner announces rule, players must stand

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is setting rules to prevent players kneeling during the National Anthem, announcing all league and team personnel must stand if they are on the field.  If anyone wants to kneel or protest they are to stay inside the locker room or off the field until the anthem is over.

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is setting rules to prevent players kneeling during the National Anthem, announcing all league and team personnel must stand if they are on the field.  If anyone wants to kneel or protest they are to stay inside the locker room or off the field until the anthem is over.

  • Lubbock Police Department honors Captain Scott Hudgens

    Lubbock Police Department honors Captain Scott Hudgens

    The Lubbock Police Department honors Captain Scott Hudgens for his 31 years of service. He is retiring after working in every department. Hudgens said he's going to miss the honor of serving.

    The Lubbock Police Department honors Captain Scott Hudgens for his 31 years of service. He is retiring after working in every department. Hudgens said he's going to miss the honor of serving.

  • Texas Tech University, Rockwall ISD announce academic partnership

    Texas Tech University, Rockwall ISD announce academic partnership

    Texas Tech joins with Rockwall ISD in the metroplex for a dual credit e-learning partnership. Students in Rockwall ISD can now earn their diploma and work on a bachelor's degree at the same time.

    Texas Tech joins with Rockwall ISD in the metroplex for a dual credit e-learning partnership. Students in Rockwall ISD can now earn their diploma and work on a bachelor's degree at the same time.

  • Woman uses personal tragedy as motivation to help others

    After fighting it for years, cancer killed Caprece Hernandez two months before her daughter, Selena Arroyo, graduated high school. During Caprece's battle Selena cared for her, while finishing school.

    After fighting it for years, cancer killed Caprece Hernandez two months before her daughter, Selena Arroyo, graduated high school. During Caprece's battle Selena cared for her, while finishing school.

  • 'Crying' Virgin Mary statue brings hope and a 'miracle' to Hobbs

    'Crying' Virgin Mary statue brings hope and a 'miracle' to Hobbs

    Inside a catholic church in Hobbs, New Mexico, hundreds of worshipers have come and gone to pray to a statue of the Virgin Mary who they believe is shedding tears. 

    Inside a catholic church in Hobbs, New Mexico, hundreds of worshipers have come and gone to pray to a statue of the Virgin Mary who they believe is shedding tears. 

  • Texas Tech hosts Wall of Honor induction ceremony

    Texas Tech hosts Wall of Honor induction ceremony

    Texas Tech University’s Military & Veterans Programs (MVP) will host a ceremony to induct three military alumni into the university’s Wall of Honor at 10 a.m. Friday (May 25) in the first-floor northeast foyer of Drane Hall. 

    Texas Tech University’s Military & Veterans Programs (MVP) will host a ceremony to induct three military alumni into the university’s Wall of Honor at 10 a.m. Friday (May 25) in the first-floor northeast foyer of Drane Hall. 

  • New Mexico State police investigate fatal crash in Chaves county

    New Mexico State police investigate fatal crash in Chaves county

     On May 22, 2018 around 9:30 a.m., New Mexico State Police officers investigated a fatal crash on US 82 at mile marker 70 in Chaves County. The preliminary investigation indicates a GMC pickup traveling westbound on US 82 entered the eastbound lanes of traffic and struck head-on a Chevrolet SUV traveling eastbound. 

     On May 22, 2018 around 9:30 a.m., New Mexico State Police officers investigated a fatal crash on US 82 at mile marker 70 in Chaves County. The preliminary investigation indicates a GMC pickup traveling westbound on US 82 entered the eastbound lanes of traffic and struck head-on a Chevrolet SUV traveling eastbound. 

  • LISD teachers honored with end of year appreciation luncheon

    LISD teachers honored with end of year appreciation luncheon

    Annual Alderson Elementary teacher appreciation luncheon Annual luncheon for the 92 teachers and staff at Alderson Elementary hosted by PlainsCapital Bank in partnership with Bank customers Parkhill, Smith & Cooper and McDougal Companies immediately following student early release on the last day of school to recognize and honor the teachers for their work in the classroom. 

    Annual Alderson Elementary teacher appreciation luncheon Annual luncheon for the 92 teachers and staff at Alderson Elementary hosted by PlainsCapital Bank in partnership with Bank customers Parkhill, Smith & Cooper and McDougal Companies immediately following student early release on the last day of school to recognize and honor the teachers for their work in the classroom. 

  • Active shooter training: survival tips and tactics

    Active shooter training: survival tips and tactics

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will partner with the Lubbock Police Department to bring Active Shooter Training: Survival Tips and Tactics to the Lubbock business community on Fri., June 15 at the MCM Eleganté from 8 – 11 a.m. The training is part of the Lubbock Chamber’s mission to strengthen the Lubbock business community by addressing critical topics in the workplace.

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will partner with the Lubbock Police Department to bring Active Shooter Training: Survival Tips and Tactics to the Lubbock business community on Fri., June 15 at the MCM Eleganté from 8 – 11 a.m. The training is part of the Lubbock Chamber’s mission to strengthen the Lubbock business community by addressing critical topics in the workplace.

  • Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock to receive colorful refresh as part of national painting week

    Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock to receive colorful refresh as part of national painting week

    As part of National Painting Week, 10 associates from Lubbock Sherwin-Williams stores will join organizers from the Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock to paint hallways and the main common area Positive Red (SW 6871), Sassy Green (SW 6416) and other bright colors. 

    As part of National Painting Week, 10 associates from Lubbock Sherwin-Williams stores will join organizers from the Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock to paint hallways and the main common area Positive Red (SW 6871), Sassy Green (SW 6416) and other bright colors. 

  • Sunday concerts at Wagner Park

    Sunday concerts at Wagner Park

    Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and picnics to Wagner Park and listen to the Westwind Brass Band every Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. beginning June 3, 2018.

    Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and picnics to Wagner Park and listen to the Westwind Brass Band every Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. beginning June 3, 2018.

  • UPDATED: Missing woman found safe

    UPDATED: Missing woman found safe

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    Not long after she was reported missing, a Lubbock woman has been found safe. 

    Not long after she was reported missing, a Lubbock woman has been found safe. 

  • Air Force training jet crashes in Mississippi, pilots safe

    Air Force training jet crashes in Mississippi, pilots safe

    A U.S. Air Force training jet has crashed in northeast Mississippi with both pilots ejecting safely. Columbus Air Force Base officials say in a statement that the T-38C Talon II crashed about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    A U.S. Air Force training jet has crashed in northeast Mississippi with both pilots ejecting safely. Columbus Air Force Base officials say in a statement that the T-38C Talon II crashed about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.

  • Plainview fire chief set to retire

    Plainview fire chief set to retire

    The City of Plainview announces the retirement of Fire Chief Rusty Powers effective June 1st. Powers has served as the Fire Chief since January 2009 and has been a member of the department for 28 years.

    The City of Plainview announces the retirement of Fire Chief Rusty Powers effective June 1st. Powers has served as the Fire Chief since January 2009 and has been a member of the department for 28 years.

  • FOX34 Corner Kitchen: mock potato salad

    FOX34 Corner Kitchen: mock potato salad

    Market Street Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a carb-free mock potato salad recipe. It's perfect to keep you diet in-check during your summer cookouts. 

    Market Street Registered Dietitian Brenda Duby shares a carb-free mock potato salad recipe. It's perfect to keep you diet in-check during your summer cookouts. 

  • Dallas county grand jury indicts the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Dallas police officer

    Dallas county grand jury indicts the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Dallas police officer

    A Dallas county grand jury indicts the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Dallas police officer last month. Armando Juarez, 30, billed on a capital murder charge for the death of officer Rogelio Santander. 

    A Dallas county grand jury indicts the suspect accused of shooting and killing a Dallas police officer last month. Armando Juarez, 30, billed on a capital murder charge for the death of officer Rogelio Santander. 

  • Look Around Lubbock Summer Stampede Western Art & Gear Show

    Look Around Lubbock Summer Stampede Western Art & Gear Show

    Western art and gear collectors will have an opportunity to purchase new art pieces and meet the artists June 2 at the Fifth Annual Summer Stampede Western Art and Gear Show from 6 to 11 p.m. at the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) at Texas Tech University. The annual event will include more than 100 pieces of art by....

    Western art and gear collectors will have an opportunity to purchase new art pieces and meet the artists June 2 at the Fifth Annual Summer Stampede Western Art and Gear Show from 6 to 11 p.m. at the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) at Texas Tech University. The annual event will include more than 100 pieces of art by....

  • 5 things to know: Wednesday

    5 things to know: Wednesday

    5 things to know: Wednesday; FINAL: Parrish wins County Judge runoff, Mentorship program helps prevent, combat bullying, Father of alleged Santa Fe shooter claims son was bullied, US, South Korea work to keep North Korea summit on track, Trump increases pressure on Justice Department
      

    5 things to know: Wednesday; FINAL: Parrish wins County Judge runoff, Mentorship program helps prevent, combat bullying, Father of alleged Santa Fe shooter claims son was bullied, US, South Korea work to keep North Korea summit on track, Trump increases pressure on Justice Department
      

  • Mentorship program helps prevent, combat bullying

    Mentorship program helps prevent, combat bullying

    While bullying is mainly prevalent in middle school or high school, It is never too early to start addressing it with kids. For nine years, Tomorrow's Leaders has been mentoring a group of fifth graders throughout Lubbock ISD.  

    While bullying is mainly prevalent in middle school or high school, It is never too early to start addressing it with kids. For nine years, Tomorrow's Leaders has been mentoring a group of fifth graders throughout Lubbock ISD.  

  • FINAL: Parrish wins County Judge runoff

    FINAL: Parrish wins County Judge runoff

    Curtis Parrish will be the next Lubbock County Judge. Click for the numbers and a check of the Democratic primary runoff for governor.

    Curtis Parrish will be the next Lubbock County Judge. Click for the numbers and a check of the Democratic primary runoff for governor.

  • South Plains Food Bank to host Summer of Sharing Food Drive

    South Plains Food Bank to host Summer of Sharing Food Drive

    The South Plains Food bank needs your help to  stock the shelves through the summer. This is the most difficult time for the food bank because donations are usually low, but demand is high. The food bank is partnering with local businesses for the annual summer of sharing food drive. 

    The South Plains Food bank needs your help to  stock the shelves through the summer. This is the most difficult time for the food bank because donations are usually low, but demand is high. The food bank is partnering with local businesses for the annual summer of sharing food drive. 

  • Covenant's Childrens Auxiliary awards scholarships

    Covenant's Childrens Auxiliary awards scholarships

    Covenant health awards scholarships to ten of its health care professionals to further their education. Each scholarship is worth $2,000 and is made possible by the Covenant's Children's Auxiliary. Employees and volunteers say that the auxiliary program is a great benefit to the hospital.

    Covenant health awards scholarships to ten of its health care professionals to further their education. Each scholarship is worth $2,000 and is made possible by the Covenant's Children's Auxiliary. Employees and volunteers say that the auxiliary program is a great benefit to the hospital.

  • Former Slaton ISD employee taken into custody

    Former Slaton ISD employee taken into custody

    Slaton ISD is fully cooperating with law enforcement in an investigation of former employee  Dustin Leonard where he worked as a high school teacher and boys coach for 2 years. Mr. Leonard was taken into custody today by Texas Rangers.  He resigned from Slaton ISD in April 2018 citing "personal and family concerns.

    Slaton ISD is fully cooperating with law enforcement in an investigation of former employee  Dustin Leonard where he worked as a high school teacher and boys coach for 2 years. Mr. Leonard was taken into custody today by Texas Rangers.  He resigned from Slaton ISD in April 2018 citing "personal and family concerns.

  • City of Lubbock offices closed for Memorial Day

    City of Lubbock offices closed for Memorial Day

    City of Lubbock offices will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.

    City of Lubbock offices will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.

  • Virginia College in Lubbock to host community health fair

    Virginia College in Lubbock to host community health fair

    Virginia College in Lubbock will host a Community Health Fair on Tuesday, June 12th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the campus located on 5005 50th St. The event is free and open to the public and will feature refreshments, a variety of health-related checks and activities for all ages. 

    Virginia College in Lubbock will host a Community Health Fair on Tuesday, June 12th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the campus located on 5005 50th St. The event is free and open to the public and will feature refreshments, a variety of health-related checks and activities for all ages. 

  • DEA confirmed federal search warrant in Brownfield

    DEA confirmed federal search warrant in Brownfield

    DEVELOPING:  The local office of the DEA has confirmed that they served a federal search warrant this morning at 8 a.m. in Brownfield on the office of Dr. Dennis Tedford M.D. They say there is no further comment and that this does not involve any other doctors.
    DEVELOPING:  The local office of the DEA has confirmed that they served a federal search warrant this morning at 8 a.m. in Brownfield on the office of Dr. Dennis Tedford M.D. They say there is no further comment and that this does not involve any other doctors.
  • Lubbock public library summer 2018 events

    Lubbock public library summer 2018 events

    Lubbock Libraries Closed for Memorial Day All Lubbock Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, May 29. 

    Lubbock Libraries Closed for Memorial Day All Lubbock Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular hours will resume on Tuesday, May 29. 

  • Young Entrepreneurs graduate as CEOs

    Young Entrepreneurs graduate as CEOs

    After 30-weeks of hard work has come to an end the 2017-2018 class will graduate from student status to CEO status with the skills and knowledge to continue running the company they created in class or start something new.

    After 30-weeks of hard work has come to an end the 2017-2018 class will graduate from student status to CEO status with the skills and knowledge to continue running the company they created in class or start something new.

  • Construction crews to place 45-ton truss at Buddy Holly Hall site

    Construction crews to place 45-ton truss at Buddy Holly Hall site

    Under the direction of Lee Lewis Construction, Inc., crews from Longview-based Deem Structural Services will lift and place a 155-foot, 45-ton steel truss at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. The truss is a space frame truss that will span across the entire lobby of The Buddy Holly Hall, supporting the roof structure.

    Under the direction of Lee Lewis Construction, Inc., crews from Longview-based Deem Structural Services will lift and place a 155-foot, 45-ton steel truss at The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences. The truss is a space frame truss that will span across the entire lobby of The Buddy Holly Hall, supporting the roof structure.

  • Pilates in the Plaza

    Pilates in the Plaza

    Parks and Recreation, Buddy Holly Center and Omni Pilates will be offering Pilates in the Plaza on Saturdays in June at 9:00 a.m. beginning June 2, 2018, in the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza. Omni Pilates will be hosting free pilates mat workouts that will get you ready for the weekend.

    Parks and Recreation, Buddy Holly Center and Omni Pilates will be offering Pilates in the Plaza on Saturdays in June at 9:00 a.m. beginning June 2, 2018, in the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza. Omni Pilates will be hosting free pilates mat workouts that will get you ready for the weekend.

  • SPC Natatorium announces 2018 summer events swim schedule

    SPC Natatorium announces 2018 summer events swim schedule

    Registration will be accepted from noon to 5 p.m. starting June 4 (Monday through Friday) for swimming classes at the South Plains College Natatorium. Payments are due with registration. Enrollment is limited for each class.

    Registration will be accepted from noon to 5 p.m. starting June 4 (Monday through Friday) for swimming classes at the South Plains College Natatorium. Payments are due with registration. Enrollment is limited for each class.

  • UPDATE: Arrest made in Depot District shooting

    UPDATE: Arrest made in Depot District shooting

    Kivalier Russell, 22, is now in the Lubbock County Detention Center charged with aggravated assault in connection to a May 13th shooting in the 1800 block of Buddy Holly Avenue.

    Kivalier Russell, 22, is now in the Lubbock County Detention Center charged with aggravated assault in connection to a May 13th shooting in the 1800 block of Buddy Holly Avenue.

  • 1,500 insurance claims filed to State Farm following storms

    1,500 insurance claims filed to State Farm following storms

    The weekend’s severe weather that produced hail and high winds resulted in significant damage across the Texas panhandle. More than 1,500 claims have been filed by State Farm customers so far across Texas reporting property damage. Many of 820 auto and 700 homeowner claims are reported near Lubbock. 

    The weekend’s severe weather that produced hail and high winds resulted in significant damage across the Texas panhandle. More than 1,500 claims have been filed by State Farm customers so far across Texas reporting property damage. Many of 820 auto and 700 homeowner claims are reported near Lubbock. 

  • HUD awards over $100 million to improve, preserve nation's public housing in Texas

    HUD awards over $100 million to improve, preserve nation's public housing in Texas

    To help public housing authorities make needed capital improvements to their properties, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today allocated $101,541,224 in annual funding to housing authorities in Texas. See all the local grants announced today. 

    To help public housing authorities make needed capital improvements to their properties, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today allocated $101,541,224 in annual funding to housing authorities in Texas. See all the local grants announced today. 

  • Look Around Lubbock: summer gardening

    Look Around Lubbock: summer gardening

    It's the perfect time of year to plant your summer garden. Vikram Baliga, Texas Tech University Greenhouse Manager, gives tips to help your garden stay vibrant through the season and has ideas on how to make your garden look unique. For more information on the TTU Greenhouse visit: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/pss/research-pages/greenhouse.php
    It's the perfect time of year to plant your summer garden. Vikram Baliga, Texas Tech University Greenhouse Manager, gives tips to help your garden stay vibrant through the season and has ideas on how to make your garden look unique. For more information on the TTU Greenhouse visit: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/pss/research-pages/greenhouse.php
  • Texas Association of Black City Council Members visits Lubbock

    Texas Association of Black City Council Members visits Lubbock

    The Texas Association of Black City Council members visits Lubbock for the first time. It's a membership organization providing a forum for black elected officials and the community.

    The Texas Association of Black City Council members visits Lubbock for the first time. It's a membership organization providing a forum for black elected officials and the community.

  • Spaces available for SPC’s Certified Nurse Aide class

    Spaces available for SPC’s Certified Nurse Aide class

    Spaces are still available for South Plains College’s Certified Nurse Aide class starting from May 29 through June 27 in Room 120 in the Technical Arts Building. Enrollment is limited to 10 students.

    Spaces are still available for South Plains College’s Certified Nurse Aide class starting from May 29 through June 27 in Room 120 in the Technical Arts Building. Enrollment is limited to 10 students.

  • Eppler: Movie trailers are lying more - and that's just fine

    Eppler: Movie trailers are lying more - and that's just fine

    Several recent lies in movie trailers have made for better movie-watching experiences

    Several recent lies in movie trailers have made for better movie-watching experiences

  • Legionnaires to host Veteran Breakfast

    Legionnaires to host Veteran Breakfast

    In celebration of Memorial Day, Lubbock area veterans and their families are invited to a free pancake and sausage breakfast, Monday, May 28, at American Legion Post 575, 6628 66th Street.

    In celebration of Memorial Day, Lubbock area veterans and their families are invited to a free pancake and sausage breakfast, Monday, May 28, at American Legion Post 575, 6628 66th Street.

  • 5 things to know: Tuesday

    5 things to know: Tuesday

    5 things to know: Tuesday; Lubbock roofers help residents avoid scammers, Election Day Tuesday in County Judge runoff, Gov. Abbott to host roundtables in the wake of Santa Fe shootingTrump the dealmaker facing challenges ahead of NKorea summit, Lawmakers to be allowed a review of Russia probe information

    5 things to know: Tuesday; Lubbock roofers help residents avoid scammers, Election Day Tuesday in County Judge runoff, Gov. Abbott to host roundtables in the wake of Santa Fe shootingTrump the dealmaker facing challenges ahead of NKorea summit, Lawmakers to be allowed a review of Russia probe information

  • Lubbock roofers help residents avoid scammers

    Lubbock roofers help residents avoid scammers

    In Texas, anyone can be a roofer. The state does not require a license or regulate the roofing industry so that naturally leaves everyone vulnerable to scammers. 

    In Texas, anyone can be a roofer. The state does not require a license or regulate the roofing industry so that naturally leaves everyone vulnerable to scammers. 

  • It's not 'STEM' for Mackenzie Middle, it's 'STEAM'

    It's not 'STEM' for Mackenzie Middle, it's 'STEAM'

    Mackenzie Middle School "STEAM" Design Day focuses on science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

    Mackenzie Middle School "STEAM" Design Day focuses on science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

  • Lubbock police looking for 7/11 armed robbery suspects

    Lubbock police looking for 7/11 armed robbery suspects

    Lubbock police looking for a couple of crooks. Two suspects are caught on camera robbing a convenience store near 26th and Ave. Q armed.

    Lubbock police looking for a couple of crooks. Two suspects are caught on camera robbing a convenience store near 26th and Ave. Q armed.

  • Lubbock Chamber of Commerce recognizes Council, Lubbock ISD elects

    Lubbock Chamber of Commerce recognizes Council, Lubbock ISD elects

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce honored those leaving local government and welcomed the new elects.

    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce honored those leaving local government and welcomed the new elects.

  • Lubbock volunteer recognized nationally for service

    Lubbock volunteer recognized nationally for service

    Daniela Hernandez-Salas, an American Cancer Society volunteer for the Look Good Feel Better volunteer from Lubbock, Texas, has been recognized with the 2017 Look Good Feel Better National Sunrise Award for her service and commitment to the Look Good Feel Better program. 

    Daniela Hernandez-Salas, an American Cancer Society volunteer for the Look Good Feel Better volunteer from Lubbock, Texas, has been recognized with the 2017 Look Good Feel Better National Sunrise Award for her service and commitment to the Look Good Feel Better program. 

  • Pedestrian fatally struck in Eunice, New Mexico

    Pedestrian fatally struck in Eunice, New Mexico

    On May 18, 2018 at about 4:30 a.m. New Mexico State Police investigated a crash in which a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle near Eunice. The incident occurred on State Road 248 around mile post 1.

    On May 18, 2018 at about 4:30 a.m. New Mexico State Police investigated a crash in which a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle near Eunice. The incident occurred on State Road 248 around mile post 1.

  • Memorial day service at the historic city of Lubbock Cemetery

    Memorial day service at the historic city of Lubbock Cemetery

    In commemoration of Memorial Day, the Nancy Anderson Chapter of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in conjunction with the Historic City of Lubbock Cemetery, will hold a Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 28, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. 

    In commemoration of Memorial Day, the Nancy Anderson Chapter of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in conjunction with the Historic City of Lubbock Cemetery, will hold a Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 28, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. 

  • AJ Fawver to join city of Lubbock as director of planning

    AJ Fawver to join city of Lubbock as director of planning

    Beginning June 6, AJ Fawver will join the City of Lubbock as our new Director of Planning. AJ is native of Floydada, Texas and the current Director of Planning for the city of Amarillo, Texas. AJ earned a bachelor’s degree in Government from Angelo State University and continued her studies at Angelo State and the University of Texas Arlington in their Master of Public Administration programs. 

    Beginning June 6, AJ Fawver will join the City of Lubbock as our new Director of Planning. AJ is native of Floydada, Texas and the current Director of Planning for the city of Amarillo, Texas. AJ earned a bachelor’s degree in Government from Angelo State University and continued her studies at Angelo State and the University of Texas Arlington in their Master of Public Administration programs. 

  • Booth and tent space remaining for 48th annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival

    Booth and tent space remaining for 48th annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival

    The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) currently has booth and tent space available for talented artists and craftspeople to participate in the 48th Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival, an event to be held Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

    The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) currently has booth and tent space available for talented artists and craftspeople to participate in the 48th Annual Fall Arts and Crafts Festival, an event to be held Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

  • Frenship High School takes home best actor, best actress at 2018 High School Musical Theatre Awards

    Frenship High School takes home best actor, best actress at 2018 High School Musical Theatre Awards

    Noah Aguilar, Frenship HS, took home the Best Actor Award and Sierra Roberson, Frenship HS, won the Best Actress Award. Aguilar and Roberson will each receive a $10,000 scholarship and an all-expense paid trip for five days to New York City to represent their high school in the National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmy™ Awards) on June 25.

    Noah Aguilar, Frenship HS, took home the Best Actor Award and Sierra Roberson, Frenship HS, won the Best Actress Award. Aguilar and Roberson will each receive a $10,000 scholarship and an all-expense paid trip for five days to New York City to represent their high school in the National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmy™ Awards) on June 25.

  • SPC Theatre to host auditions for summer musical

    SPC Theatre to host auditions for summer musical

    Auditions are set for 7 p.m. on Wednesday (May 23) in the Jones Theatre. The cast needs four men and four women with as many as 10 performers. The show will run June 28-30 at 7:30 p.m., and July 1 at 2 p.m.Auditions are set for 7 p.m. on Wednesday (May 23) in the Jones Theatre. The cast needs four men and four women with as many as 10 performers. The show will run June 28-30 at 7:30 p.m., and July 1 at 2 p.m.

    Auditions are set for 7 p.m. on Wednesday (May 23) in the Jones Theatre. The cast needs four men and four women with as many as 10 performers. The show will run June 28-30 at 7:30 p.m., and July 1 at 2 p.m.Auditions are set for 7 p.m. on Wednesday (May 23) in the Jones Theatre. The cast needs four men and four women with as many as 10 performers. The show will run June 28-30 at 7:30 p.m., and July 1 at 2 p.m.

  • T'ai Chi Chih in the plaza

    T'ai Chi Chih in the plaza

    Parks and Recreation and the Buddy Holly Center are pleased to host the 3rd Annual T’ai Chi Chih in the Plaza at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday in June beginning June 2, 2018, at the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza. 

    Parks and Recreation and the Buddy Holly Center are pleased to host the 3rd Annual T’ai Chi Chih in the Plaza at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday in June beginning June 2, 2018, at the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza. 

  • Texas Tech named top 10 military friendly school

    Texas Tech named top 10 military friendly school

    This is the eighth consecutive year Texas Tech has received the Military Friendly designation. Texas Tech University has earned a 2018-19 Top 10 Military Friendly School designation from Victory Media and G.I. Jobs, which provides articles, tips and online tools to help members of the military as they transition into civilian career and post-secondary education options.

    This is the eighth consecutive year Texas Tech has received the Military Friendly designation. Texas Tech University has earned a 2018-19 Top 10 Military Friendly School designation from Victory Media and G.I. Jobs, which provides articles, tips and online tools to help members of the military as they transition into civilian career and post-secondary education options.

  • All Saints 24 graduates earn $5.3 million in scholarships

    All Saints 24 graduates earn $5.3 million in scholarships

    After earning a record-breaking $5.3 million in merit scholarships, 24 seniors received their diplomas Sunday evening from All Saints Episcopal School in a Commencement Exercise memorable for many reasons. 

    After earning a record-breaking $5.3 million in merit scholarships, 24 seniors received their diplomas Sunday evening from All Saints Episcopal School in a Commencement Exercise memorable for many reasons. 

  • The Silent Wings Museum commemorates the 74th anniversary of D-Day

    The Silent Wings Museum commemorates the 74th anniversary of D-Day

    The Silent Wings Museum will commemorate the 74th anniversary of D-Day on Saturday, June 2, Sunday, June 3, and Wednesday, June 6. The community is invited to this family-friendly, annual event honoring the sacrifices made by the Allied forces on the shores of Normandy, France, during a critical operation in World War II.

    The Silent Wings Museum will commemorate the 74th anniversary of D-Day on Saturday, June 2, Sunday, June 3, and Wednesday, June 6. The community is invited to this family-friendly, annual event honoring the sacrifices made by the Allied forces on the shores of Normandy, France, during a critical operation in World War II.

  • EPPLER: "Deadpool 2" funnier, more ambitious than the first

    EPPLER: "Deadpool 2" funnier, more ambitious than the first

    "Deadpool 2" did not make quite as much money opening weekend as the first, but FOX34's James Eppler says it's the rare sequel that's better.

    "Deadpool 2" did not make quite as much money opening weekend as the first, but FOX34's James Eppler says it's the rare sequel that's better.

  • Look Around Lubbock: Serenepity

    Look Around Lubbock: Serenepity

    Serenepity is a local business focused on homemade healing body products that are toxin free for anyone who ...

    Serenepity is a local business focused on homemade healing body products that are toxin free for anyone who ...

  • 5 things to know: Monday

    5 things to know: Monday

    5 things to know: Monday; First memorial services held following Santa Fe school shooting, Residents wake up to damaged roofs, vehicles after hail storm, DACA student graduates from Texas Tech despite the fear of deportation, House Freedom Caucus blocks Farm Bill, Governor Abbott suggests Texas schools adopt TTUHSC mental health program

    5 things to know: Monday; First memorial services held following Santa Fe school shooting, Residents wake up to damaged roofs, vehicles after hail storm, DACA student graduates from Texas Tech despite the fear of deportation, House Freedom Caucus blocks Farm Bill, Governor Abbott suggests Texas schools adopt TTUHSC mental health program

  • Residents wake up to damaged roofs, vehicles after hail storm

    Residents wake up to damaged roofs, vehicles after hail storm

    Some areas around Lubbock saw up to three inches of rainfall and four inch sized hail Saturday night. 

    Some areas around Lubbock saw up to three inches of rainfall and four inch sized hail Saturday night. 

  • Car slams into building after driver flees from police Sunday

    Car slams into building after driver flees from police Sunday

    Lubbock Police Officers were called to the 3700 block of Gary Avenue, around 5:00 a.m. Sunday, May 20th, following reports of a person passed out in a vehicle. 

    Lubbock Police Officers were called to the 3700 block of Gary Avenue, around 5:00 a.m. Sunday, May 20th, following reports of a person passed out in a vehicle. 

  • Lubbock politicians promise action after latest school shooting

    Lubbock politicians promise action after latest school shooting

    After yet another school shooting, many are wondering if the 10 slain at Santa Fe High will be enough to push politicians to do anything to stop the bloodshed.  

    After yet another school shooting, many are wondering if the 10 slain at Santa Fe High will be enough to push politicians to do anything to stop the bloodshed.  

  • The Latest: Affidavit: Gunman didn't shoot students he liked

    The Latest: Affidavit: Gunman didn't shoot students he liked

    Saturday, May 19 2018 3:41 AM EDT2018-05-19 07:41:12 GMT
    (KTRK-TV ABC13 via AP). In this image taken from video law enforcement officers respond to a high school near Houston after an active shooter was reported on campus, Friday, May 18, 2018, in Santa Fe, Texas. The Santa Fe school district issued an alert...(KTRK-TV ABC13 via AP). In this image taken from video law enforcement officers respond to a high school near Houston after an active shooter was reported on campus, Friday, May 18, 2018, in Santa Fe, Texas. The Santa Fe school district issued an alert...
    Houston-area media citing unnamed law enforcement officials are reporting that there are fatalities following a shooting at a high school.
    Houston-area media citing unnamed law enforcement officials are reporting that there are fatalities following a shooting at a high school.
  • DACA student graduates from Texas Tech despite the fear of deportation

    DACA student graduates from Texas Tech despite the fear of deportation

    His college career came to a halt last September, when the Trump administration announced an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He is one of the close to 700 thousand DACA beneficiaries. 

    His college career came to a halt last September, when the Trump administration announced an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He is one of the close to 700 thousand DACA beneficiaries. 

  • House Freedom Caucus blocks Farm Bill

    House Freedom Caucus blocks Farm Bill

    In an embarrassing blow to Congressional Republicans, the 2018 Farm Bill fails to pass out of the House. 

    In an embarrassing blow to Congressional Republicans, the 2018 Farm Bill fails to pass out of the House. 

  • Governor Abbott suggests Texas schools adopt TTUHSC mental health program

    Governor Abbott suggests Texas schools adopt TTUHSC mental health program

    Governor Abbott says he wants to host roundtable discussions to brainstorm how to prevent more school shootings across the state. He specifically mentioned Lubbock ISD's push to help detect students dealing with mental health issues before getting out of hand.

    Governor Abbott says he wants to host roundtable discussions to brainstorm how to prevent more school shootings across the state. He specifically mentioned Lubbock ISD's push to help detect students dealing with mental health issues before getting out of hand.

  • Celebrate National Senior Health and Fitness Day

    Celebrate National Senior Health and Fitness Day

    The Lubbock Adult Activity Center will be hosting their annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 30, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.

    The Lubbock Adult Activity Center will be hosting their annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day on Wednesday, May 30, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.

  • Repurposed Exhibition to open at the Buddy Holly Center

    Repurposed Exhibition to open at the Buddy Holly Center

    Reduce, reuse, and recycle. For the three artists featured in this exhibition opening at the Buddy Holly Center, that expression takes on new meaning as they re-see discarded materials and turn them into unique works of art.

    Reduce, reuse, and recycle. For the three artists featured in this exhibition opening at the Buddy Holly Center, that expression takes on new meaning as they re-see discarded materials and turn them into unique works of art.

  • Look Around Lubbock: The Brewery LBK

    Look Around Lubbock: The Brewery LBK

    The Brewery LBK is a new craft beer pub in downtown Lubbock. It's located inside the Pioneer Hotel. The micro-brewery specializes in local craft beers, even styling it's Chilton Wit brew...

    The Brewery LBK is a new craft beer pub in downtown Lubbock. It's located inside the Pioneer Hotel. The micro-brewery specializes in local craft beers, even styling it's Chilton Wit brew...

  • LPD officer receives minor injuries from crash

    LPD officer receives minor injuries from crash

    (Press Release) At approximately 10:30 a.m., a Lubbock Police Officer notified dispatch that he had just been involved in a collision with a SUV in the 6300 block of 19th Street.

    (Press Release) At approximately 10:30 a.m., a Lubbock Police Officer notified dispatch that he had just been involved in a collision with a SUV in the 6300 block of 19th Street.

  • First Look: "Deadpool 2," "RBG" among new movies in Lubbock

    First Look: "Deadpool 2," "RBG" among new movies in Lubbock

    The highly anticipated follow-up to "Deadpool" leads a handful of new movies into Lubbock theaters this weekend. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

    The highly anticipated follow-up to "Deadpool" leads a handful of new movies into Lubbock theaters this weekend. FOX34's James Eppler has the rundown

  • 5 things to know: Friday

    5 things to know: Friday

    5 things to know: Friday; Rising gas prices in Lubbock still below national average, Dominic Franco paves the way for male dancers, Dems get rare win in fight for net neutrality, Senate passes Arrington's bill, sends to President Trump's desk, Ahead of Trump summit, Kim Jong Un crafts a careful message

    5 things to know: Friday; Rising gas prices in Lubbock still below national average, Dominic Franco paves the way for male dancers, Dems get rare win in fight for net neutrality, Senate passes Arrington's bill, sends to President Trump's desk, Ahead of Trump summit, Kim Jong Un crafts a careful message

  • McDonald's franchise owners donate to Lubbock ISD's Fine Arts Program

    McDonald's franchise owners donate to Lubbock ISD's Fine Arts Program

    McDonald's franchise owners in Lubbock donated more than $5,000 directly to Lubbock ISD's fine arts programs.

    McDonald's franchise owners in Lubbock donated more than $5,000 directly to Lubbock ISD's fine arts programs.

  • DPS: Weather-related crash sends man to hospital

    DPS: Weather-related crash sends man to hospital

    (Press Release) The Texas Department of Public Safety was called approximately 5:15 pm to a single motorcycle crash in Terry County, 4 miles north of US 62/82.

    (Press Release) The Texas Department of Public Safety was called approximately 5:15 pm to a single motorcycle crash in Terry County, 4 miles north of US 62/82.

  • Buckner Children and Family Services kicks off construction of new center

    Buckner Children and Family Services kicks off construction of new center

    Buckner Children and Family services celebrated "out with the old, in with the new."

    Buckner Children and Family services celebrated "out with the old, in with the new."

  • Lubbock families to take part in 'Kids to Parks Day'

    Lubbock families to take part in 'Kids to Parks Day'

    Families are encouraged to bring their children to Lubbock parks for Kids to Parks Day to utilize Lubbock’s park system.

    Families are encouraged to bring their children to Lubbock parks for Kids to Parks Day to utilize Lubbock’s park system.

  • Dems get rare win in fight for net neutrality

    Dems get rare win in fight for net neutrality

    The FCC dealt a largely symbolic blow. The Senate votes to over turn the regulatory agency's decision to repeal net neutrality.

    The FCC dealt a largely symbolic blow. The Senate votes to over turn the regulatory agency's decision to repeal net neutrality.

  • 17 students get in the field SWAT training

    17 students get in the field SWAT training

    Lubbock Police Department held its SWAT School, as in special weapons and tactics, put on by the Texas Tactical Peace Officers Association.

    Lubbock Police Department held its SWAT School, as in special weapons and tactics, put on by the Texas Tactical Peace Officers Association.

  • Dominic Franco paves the way for male dancers

    Dominic Franco paves the way for male dancers

    Three time National Champion, Dominic Franco, is leaving behind a legacy at Texas Tech as he graduates and makes the move to Los Angeles. "For me that's motivates me to say, hey it's time for you to make a name for yourself again," Franco said. 

    Three time National Champion, Dominic Franco, is leaving behind a legacy at Texas Tech as he graduates and makes the move to Los Angeles. "For me that's motivates me to say, hey it's time for you to make a name for yourself again," Franco said. 

  • Rising gas prices in Lubbock still below national average

    Rising gas prices in Lubbock still below national average

    Gas prices in Lubbock keep rising gradually. Concern expands internationally over the U.S. pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal and the OPEC cartel. 

    Gas prices in Lubbock keep rising gradually. Concern expands internationally over the U.S. pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal and the OPEC cartel. 

  • Senate passes Arrington's bill, sends to President Trump's desk

    Senate passes Arrington's bill, sends to President Trump's desk

    Congressman Arrington is a signature away from getting his first bill turned into law.

    Congressman Arrington is a signature away from getting his first bill turned into law.

  • Arrington: Democrats 'way out of touch' on Farm Bill 2018

    Arrington: Democrats 'way out of touch' on Farm Bill 2018

    Congress is expected to take a major step toward passing the 2018 Farm Bill.

    Congress is expected to take a major step toward passing the 2018 Farm Bill.

  • Woman pleads guilty to murdering 4-year-old

    Woman pleads guilty to murdering 4-year-old

    A woman has plead guilty to murdering a 4-year-old back in 2015.

    A woman has plead guilty to murdering a 4-year-old back in 2015.

  • Texas Tech receives nearly $400K in ‘Grow Your Own’ grants

    Texas Tech receives nearly $400K in ‘Grow Your Own’ grants

    (Press Release) The Texas Tech University College of Education has been selected as a recipient of a $396,000 grant from the Texas Education Agency under the 2018-19 “Grow Your Own” grant program.

    (Press Release) The Texas Tech University College of Education has been selected as a recipient of a $396,000 grant from the Texas Education Agency under the 2018-19 “Grow Your Own” grant program.

  • Man found guilty of hitting 6-year-old at Clovis restaurant

    Man found guilty of hitting 6-year-old at Clovis restaurant

    Ninth Judicial District Attorney, Andrea Reeb, announced that on May 16, 2018, Bruce Bender, age 64, of Clovis, was found guilty by a Curry County jury of Child Abuse.

    Ninth Judicial District Attorney, Andrea Reeb, announced that on May 16, 2018, Bruce Bender, age 64, of Clovis, was found guilty by a Curry County jury of Child Abuse.

  • Look Around Lubbock: workout with Parks & Rec

    Look Around Lubbock: workout with Parks & Rec

    Lubbock Parks and Recreation has what you need to achieve your fitness goals with a variety of fitness equipment located in four of our air-conditioned centers. Plus, there are a variety of free fitness classes offered throughout the summer. 

    Lubbock Parks and Recreation has what you need to achieve your fitness goals with a variety of fitness equipment located in four of our air-conditioned centers. Plus, there are a variety of free fitness classes offered throughout the summer. 

  • 5 things to know: Thursday

    5 things to know: Thursday

    5 things to know: Thursday; County judge: State has 'moral obligation' to help Crosbyton after hail storm, The evolution and future of how we pay, House and Senate to vote on sports gambling legislation, On eve of anniversary, Giuliani says probe should end, US has daunting to-do list to prepare for NKorea summit
      

    5 things to know: Thursday; County judge: State has 'moral obligation' to help Crosbyton after hail storm, The evolution and future of how we pay, House and Senate to vote on sports gambling legislation, On eve of anniversary, Giuliani says probe should end, US has daunting to-do list to prepare for NKorea summit
      

  • County judge: State has 'moral obligation' to help Crosbyton after hail storm

    County judge: State has 'moral obligation' to help Crosbyton after hail storm

    The damage speaks for itself. The town of Crosbyton is working to recover after Tuesday night's severe hail storm. It took out several vehicles, roofs and windows. 

    The damage speaks for itself. The town of Crosbyton is working to recover after Tuesday night's severe hail storm. It took out several vehicles, roofs and windows. 

  • The evolution and future of how we pay

    The evolution and future of how we pay

    With new and innovative ways to pay emerging almost every year, it seems like we've been plagued with figuring out each way to pay.

    With new and innovative ways to pay emerging almost every year, it seems like we've been plagued with figuring out each way to pay.

  • Lemonade Day entrepreneur Matthew Noel will continue to donate

    Lemonade Day entrepreneur Matthew Noel will continue to donate

    The Lemonade Day lesson of spend/save/sharing your profits normally comes so easy to young entrepreneurs. Twelve-year-old Matthew Noel, 2017 Lemonade Day Entrepreneur of the Year exemplifies that lesson.

    The Lemonade Day lesson of spend/save/sharing your profits normally comes so easy to young entrepreneurs. Twelve-year-old Matthew Noel, 2017 Lemonade Day Entrepreneur of the Year exemplifies that lesson.

  • Monterey High School seniors recognized for innovations

    Monterey High School seniors recognized for innovations

    The second graduating class of Monterey High School’s Project Lead the Way engineering program will be recognized at an awards ceremony this evening. 

    The second graduating class of Monterey High School’s Project Lead the Way engineering program will be recognized at an awards ceremony this evening. 

  • The Beaumont Foundation honors Lubbock educators

    The Beaumont Foundation honors Lubbock educators

    The Beaumont Foundation honors several educators in our area. 

    The Beaumont Foundation honors several educators in our area. 

  • Lubbock seniors awarded scholarships from the Community Foundation of West Texas

    Lubbock seniors awarded scholarships from the Community Foundation of West Texas

    The Community Foundation of West Texas awards nine high school seniors $20,000 each for four years thanks to the Don & Sybil Harrington Scholarship Endowment.

    The Community Foundation of West Texas awards nine high school seniors $20,000 each for four years thanks to the Don & Sybil Harrington Scholarship Endowment.

  • San Antonio police arrest a fourth suspect charged with sex trafficking a teenager

    San Antonio police arrest a fourth suspect charged with sex trafficking a teenager

    San Antonio police arrest a fourth suspect charged with sex trafficking a teenager. Ray Hernandez, 28, was charged with continuous trafficking of a person. 

    San Antonio police arrest a fourth suspect charged with sex trafficking a teenager. Ray Hernandez, 28, was charged with continuous trafficking of a person. 

  • Final beam of Texas Tech Experimental Sciences Building Two put into place

    Final beam of Texas Tech Experimental Sciences Building Two put into place

    The final beam of the Experimental Sciences Building two was lifted into place at Texas Tech.  This new building is expected to significantly expand the university's research capabilities. 

    The final beam of the Experimental Sciences Building two was lifted into place at Texas Tech.  This new building is expected to significantly expand the university's research capabilities. 

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