Look Around Lubbock: winterizing your vehicle

Look Around Lubbock: winterizing your vehicle

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

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  • 20 suspects in West Texas drug bust

    20 suspects in West Texas drug bust

    Thirteen accused drug traffickers appeared in Federal Court for a hearing related to a multi-county drug bust that involves twenty individuals. Several of the defendants were arrested in a major operation Thursday, while others were already in jail on other charges.

    Thirteen accused drug traffickers appeared in Federal Court for a hearing related to a multi-county drug bust that involves twenty individuals. Several of the defendants were arrested in a major operation Thursday, while others were already in jail on other charges.

  • United Way hosted Day of Caring as part of worldwide day of action

    United Way hosted Day of Caring as part of worldwide day of action

    Nearly 150 children ages 3 to 12 attended the United Way's annual Day of Caring as part of the worldwide day of action. It focuses on creating fun and engaging activities to help children develop a passion for reading, in hopes of getting them more engaged in literacy-related events. 

    Nearly 150 children ages 3 to 12 attended the United Way's annual Day of Caring as part of the worldwide day of action. It focuses on creating fun and engaging activities to help children develop a passion for reading, in hopes of getting them more engaged in literacy-related events. 

  • Tech frat members make racial remarks online

    Tech frat members make racial remarks online

    Tech's interfraternity council appointed a new president following Kyle Mitchell's resignation Thursday night. Mitchell admits involvement in the racially insensitive conversation posted online...

    Tech's interfraternity council appointed a new president following Kyle Mitchell's resignation Thursday night. Mitchell admits involvement in the racially insensitive conversation posted online...

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