Body found on I-27 north of Abernathy

The Hale County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was found on the side of a road outside of Abernathy.
Ted Cruz to make another campaign stop in Lubbock Saturday


  Teens create fundraiser, benefit concert at just 17 years old
A group of Lubbock teens have put together a benefit concert to benefit Buckner Children's Home.
Recent rain raises concern for West Nile in Lubbock
As more rain comes into the city, the chance for mosquitoes increases dramatically. Following a confirmed case of West Nile in a neighboring county, the Lubbock Health Department and Vector Control are working to stop the mosquitoes before they start getting people sick.
FirstCapital Bank asks the court to ‘toss Vista Bank’s lawsuit’ against them
Attorneys for Ken and Brad Burgess, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of FirstCapital Bank of Texas have asked the court to toss Vista Bank’s lawsuit brought related to the alleged check-kiting fraud perpetrated by Reagor-Dykes auto dealership, according to officials with FirstCapital Bank.

  FirstBank & Trust sues Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, claiming it’s owed more than $3 million

According to the lawsuit, in August 2018, FirstBank, began investigating the status of RAM’s inventory at its Levelland and Imports (the “Dealerships”) locations in an effort to monitor vehicle sales information and to identify whether RAM was falsely reporting sales data and inventory status. Throu

Volunteer organization to host clean up day in Crosbyton

Members of the South Plains Regional Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster will come together on Saturday to host a clean up day in Crosbyton.
Ana Navarro to speak at Tech’s Celebrate Diversity Banquet Oct.15
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Ted Cruz to make another campaign stop in Lubbock Saturday


  Multiple tornadoes confirmed in Virginia
Federal agency says it lost track of 1,488 migrant children

  Trump rips Sessions: ‘I don’t have an attorney general’

President Donald Trump is renewing his attacks on Jeff Sessions, saying, "I don't have an attorney general."

Bodies recovered of mental health patients nearly 24 hours after drowning

A Horry County Sheriff's Office van was swept away in flood waters, resulting in two female patients drowning in the Little Pee Dee River Tuesday night. The SCDOT said the road was closed, and claim the driver had to have driven around the barrier.


  I Beat Pete: Apple Olympics in Idalou

High School Volleyball Scores: 9/18

Former Wayland Baptist Pioneers in pro football leagues

Tech football trio earns Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Honors

Tuesday afternoon, Texas Tech Athletics announced that three Red Raider football players were recognized by the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award.