Colonel, mom react to executive order to end veteran suicide

Earlier this month President Trump signed an Executive Order to prevent veteran suicide. Americans are happy this concern is at the forefront of his mind - particularly retired United States Air Force Colonel Dave Lewis and the pastor of Lubbock County’s Canyon United Methodist Church, Susan Felty.

An ‘extreme stalker’ has a Utah family’s home under siege

A Utah family has become the victim of extreme stalking involving unwanted service providers repeatedly being sent to their home, according to the homeowner and police.
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  Trump declares victory now, but legal perils not over

Federal and state investigators in New York are deep into investigations of their own into Trump and those in his orbit, probes that some observers have long viewed as every bit as menacing as Mueller's two-year look into possible collusion with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.


  Adventure Park opens in Lubbock, General public admission begins Monday

  State champion wrestler meets man who saved father’s life

  Red Raiders tame Bulls of Buffalo, headed to Sweet 16

LCU to sign medical school agreement with Tech Health Sciences Center

  Tech fans all in as Red Raiders head to Sweet 16

Tech fans are thrilled by the Red Raiders' success in the NCAA tournament, with credit to Coach Beard for creating a spirit of camaraderie in the community.
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  After his release, Michael Avenatti says he expects to be exonerated

Spokesman Ciaran McEvoy says the lawyer best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump faces federal charges in New York and California.

No. 13 Red Raiders fall to Stetson in extra innings

Deadly house fire in Plainview kills one

  Lions Club hosts first annual Bark and Brew

Volunteer Fire Departments from Morton, Whiteface fight grass fire on Saturday

Levelland FD mopping up building fire in Ropesville

  Woman dies after house fire in 300 block of 79th; fire ruled accidental

Man pleads guilty to killing son, sentenced to 50 years in prison

  Hail reported in Lubbock as severe weather passes through town

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9 labor and delivery nurses at Maine hospital are expecting at same time

Not only do the nurses help new moms bring their little ones into the world, but at least nine of them are pregnant too. All are due between April and July.


Lady Raiders announce 4 players will not return to the program

Red Raider baseball holds off Stetson

Erin Grant no longer on Lady Raider staff

  Red Raiders tame Bulls of Buffalo, headed to Sweet 16

The Texas Tech Red Raiders are heading to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row.


  Universal Underwriters sue Bart Reagor, wife for more than $2.4 Million

Kingdom Prep students prepare, package 10,000 meals to donate

Red Raiders win NCAA Tournament opener over Northern Kentucky

Friday’s baseball game against Michigan moved to up 4 p.m.

Man arrested after woman reports being shot at while walking dog

The Lubbock Police Department has arrested 32-year-old Joshua Ray Guzman after a Thursday night incident in which a woman was reported to have been shot at, though uninjured, near 33rd Street and Avenue N. Police are currently looking for a second suspect in the shooting.
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  Undercounting hate: FBI will not report its hate crime numbers again this year as required by law

The Uniform Crime Reporting Act of 1988 requires federal law enforcement agencies to submit information about their cases to a federal database maintained by the FBI; however, those agencies are currently not submitting data, including information about hate crimes.

  1 injured as truck crashes into house in 8900 block of Kewanee

  Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation surprises teachers with $105,000 in grants for classrooms

  Man holds 2 people hostage in Slaton

  Rick Dykes reveals corruption, secrets, affairs within RDAG in witness statement