Driver dies after crashing into Office Depot Sunday morning

Eighty-two-year-old Mary Lee Terral died after a crash Sunday morning in which her car hit the side of the Office Depot store at 6044 Marsha Sharp Freeway.
Authorities called to South Lubbock mobile home park fire
Early voting begins Monday, goes through Nov. 2
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Authorities called to South Lubbock mobile home park fire


Texas Court of Criminal Appeals halts execution of Kwame Rockwell
For the second time this month, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has halted an execution days before it was set to proceed.
USGS confirms 4.0 magnitude earthquake northeast of Amarillo
The sunrise wasn't all that greeted Amarillo residents on Saturday morning.
Midland girl first diagnosed with AFM, actually with ADEM
What started as strep and a raspatory infection for 6-year-old Brooklyn Cazares from Midland turned into something much scarier.

Flooding prompts Texas Gov. Abbott to expand disaster list

Gov. Greg Abbott says an additional 36 counties in Texas will be added to a state disaster declaration as flooding continues to overwhelm regions of the state

  Plainview crisis center plants pinwheels on Wayland campus as reminder of domestic violence awareness

All along the circle near Gates Hall on the Wayland Baptist University campus and parts of Quincy Street in Plainview people may have noticed many purple pinwheels planted in the grass.
Fire damages Levelland apartment complex
Arrest made in aggravated robbery of Allsup’s in Ralls
Man wanted in Washington arrested near Littlefield, TX


  In Khashoggi case: Saudi calls, ‘body double’ after killing

A man appearing to wear Jamal Khashoggi's clothes left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul following his killing there, according to a surveillance video, while a member of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's entourage made four calls to the royal's office around the same time, reports said Monday.

  Marry-thon: Couple holds wedding at race

Whitney Black and Steven Phillips started the Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon on Sunday engaged, and they sealed the deal halfway to the finish line.


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  Bowman returns as Red Raiders top Kansas, 48-16

Red Raiders Freshman Quarterback Alan Bowman got the start, returning after suffering from a partially collapsed lung in the West Virginia game.