LPD Mounted Patrol search area along I-27 in connection to Zoe Campos case

The investigation continues into the search for Zoe Campos. Mounted Patrol officers with the Lubbock Police Department spent the afternoon searching an area between 66th Street and South Loop 289, just east of I-27.
Lubbock Police investigate stabbing along Ave. B
 Homeowners speak after house burns in Wednesday morning fire
In-N-Out Burger sells Lubbock land, not coming to Hub City... yet
Cold again overnight, warmer Thursday and Friday
  New shoes lift the ‘sole’ for Lubbock kids

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  LPD Mounted Patrol search area along I-27 in connection to Zoe Campos case
The investigation continues into the search for Zoe Campos. Mounted Patrol officers with the Lubbock Police Department spent the afternoon searching an area between 66th Street and South Loop 289, just east of I-27.
In-N-Out Burger sells Lubbock land, not coming to Hub City... yet
If you’ve ever sat in a drive-thru waiting for your order of Animal Style fries and a Flying Dutchman, then you understand the hype. But if you are hoping to get to experience that firsthand in Lubbock... you’re going to have to wait a while.
Texas to execute Mexican national on Wednesday, amid pleas for case review
Texas plans to carry out the execution of Robert Moreno Ramos by lethal injection on Wednesday evening, amid his lawyers’ continued pleas that the case be re-examined for legal violations from 25 years ago.

Slaton man indicted for Aggravated Robbery

A Lubbock County grand jury has indicted a Slaton man for an October robbery where he and two other men are accused of stealing $6,000 and beating two men with their guns.

Serial killer linked to over 90 cases admits to Odessa, TX woman’s 1994 murder

A man connected to several cold cases across the country has confessed to killing an Odessa woman in 1994.
Hockley County truck driver cited for losing spools on Houston interstate
Amarillo Professional Baseball announces team name and logo
Littlefield without water after water main break

NATIONAL HEADLINES

  Mercy Meow: Police officer saves, adopts ‘bait’ cat used for dog fighting

Lt. Andy Simmons has a very interesting police partner.

Denmark, citing human rights, withholds some aid to Tanzania

Denmark is cutting about $10 million in aid to the government of Tanzania over what it called "negative developments" in human rights in the East African country

SPORTS

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National signing day a great one for Texas Tech

Red Raider basketball remains undefeated

Red Raiders still focused on goals with 2 games left

Despite losing three straight games, the 5-5 Red Raiders have two winnable games left, needing at least one win to become bowl eligible