TTU Women and Gender Studies hosts Women’s History Month events

March is Women’s History Month, and the Texas Tech Women and Gender Studies department is hosting a series of events on campus to highlight influential women.

  More evacuations in Midwest as floodwaters head downstream

Heavy rainfall and snowmelt have led to dangerously high water in creeks and rivers across several Midwestern states, with the Missouri River hitting record-high levels in many areas.
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2 dead, 2 missing in Midwestern flooding

Residents in parts of southwestern Iowa were forced out of their homes Sunday as a torrent of Missouri River water flowed over and through levees, putting them in a situation similar to hundreds of people in neighboring Nebraska who have been displaced by the late-winter flood.


  No. 9 Texas Tech baseball bounces back in Game 2

  Lubbock celebrates 110 years as a city

  Accused Jayme Closs kidnapper calls reporter, says he loves 13-year-old victim

  App allows West Texas residents to buy local produce

  East Lubbock Community Alliance begins testing air quality affected by industrial zoning

The East Lubbock Community Alliance is in the process of powering up the first of several air quality monitors set to see if industrial zoning concentrated in North and East Lubbock has any negative impact on residents.
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  Police officer dragged by ATV as 100 off-road drivers illegally take over Nashville streets

Police say around 100 drivers on off-road vehicles wove in and out of moving and parked vehicles on busy Nashville streets, injuring several officers and costing taxpayers thousands.

  Our Weekend Winds, Our Next Storms

  170 Texas Tech medical students participate in national “Match Day”

  LPD identifies pedestrian killed in Friday morning accident

Bicyclist injured after colliding with vehicle at 37th & A

Lubbock airport to host TSA Pre✓ event from Monday to March 29

  Lubbock Police Sergeant stops to play a basketball game with local kids

Levelland Fire Department fights tank battery fire

  West Virginia upsets Red Raiders in Big 12 Quarterfinals

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  Daily aspirin no longer recommended as heart attack preventative for healthy older adults

Daily low-dose aspirin is no longer recommended as a preventative for older adults who don’t have a high risk of heart disease or existing heart disease.


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LCU Lady Chaps get past Colorado Mesa in Region Semifinals

It was a battle all the way until the end, but the No. 3-seed LCU Lady Chaps edged out the No. 2-seed Colorado Mesa, 56-53.


  Slaton police say unreliable radios spark safety concerns

  Lubbock roofing company urges patience with response to extreme wind damage

  Linemen work around the clock to restore power following severe weather

Lubbock police searching for suspect in hit & run accident

Lubbock police searching for suspect who kicked in glass door to Reagor Dykes

Lubbock police are searching for a suspect accused of criminal mischief after he was caught on video kicking in a glass door at Reagor Dykes Auto Group, located at 1200 Ave. J.
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Selection Sunday: Duke gets top billing; NC, Virginia, Zags also 1s

Looming at the top of this year’s March Madness bracket: Duke and its freshman force of nature, Zion Williamson.

LPD searching for suspect seen stealing tools from work truck

  VIDEO: Former elementary school teacher arrested on child pornography charges

Lubbock-Cooper area residents experiencing power outages

Xcel: Lineman killed near Hereford during repair operations