FirstCapital Bank says they were victims of Reagor-Dykes check-kiting

FirstCapital Bank made a motion to dismiss claims made by Vista Bank on Tuesday, saying they were a victim of “a check-kiting scheme perpetrated by Reagor-Dykes.”

Lubbock man charged with sexual assault, attempted agg. kidnapping

31-year-old Nicholes Camacho of Lubbock was indicted by a Lubbock Grand Jury on Tuesday, charged with sexual assault and attempted aggravated kidnapping.

Shipley Do-Nuts coming to Lubbock

Houston based Shipley Do-nuts is planning to open several locations in the Hub City, and the first one could come as soon as Spring 2019.

4th Street & Texas Tech Parkway closed for accident investigation Thursday morning

The Lubbock Police Department Traffic Unit will temporarily shut down the intersection of 4th Street and Texas Tech Parkway on Thursday, Sept. 20 beginning at 9 a.m.

Consider This: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Sept. 22 at Mackenzie Park

I want to invite you to come out to Mackenzie Park baseball fields this Saturday, Sept. 22 at 8 a.m., and join me in the American Diabetes Association's 25th Anniversary "Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes."

Lubbock man indicted for arson after starting fire at Executive Inn

35-year-old Benjamin Moreno was indicted by a Lubbock Grand jury on Tuesday, charged with arson after he admitted to starting a fire at the Executive Inn at 44th and Avenue Q back in July.

New AgriLife Extension horticulture agent hired in Lubbock County

Christina Reid knew when she moved back to Lubbock she wanted to work as the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulture agent for Lubbock County.

Lubbock woman indicted, charged with continuous sexual assault of adopted son

A Lubbock woman was indicted by a Lubbock grand jury on Tuesday, charged with continuous sexual assault of her adopted son.

Judge approves KamKad to be ‘stalking horse’ bidder for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group

A federal bankruptcy judge approved Reagor-Dykes Auto Group’s request to name KamKad Automotive as a “stalking-horse bidder” and to allow the competitive bid process to begin in RDAG’s bankruptcy case.

Paint the East Side Blue

East Club Community Alliance’s 4th Birthday Bash celebrating the East Lubbock Community and showcasing the 2018-19 athletes, choir, band, color guard and others of Estacado High School.

Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2019 inductees

The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame announced today their 2019 Hall of Fame inductees: Dr. Glenn Blodgett, The Cavender Family, Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, King Ranch and 2019 Rick Smith Spirit of Texas Award Honoree - Robert Earl Keen.

  Ford, GM, Toyota all object to Reagor-Dykes sale

Ford, GM and Toyota have all objected to the proposed sale of Reagor-Dykes dealerships.

  Private donation funds two new K9 officers for LPD

After an anonymous donation from a Lubbock Resident, LPD was able to make two new furry friends part of the K9 unit.

  Semi truck destroyed by fire, half a mile west of Hockey County line

A witness on the scene tells us a semi truck driver barely avoided injury in a fire that destroyed his truck on Monday night.

Code enforcement checking for tall weeds on Tuesday

If you haven't cut your weeds in a while, city code enforcement officers may come knocking on your door on Tuesday.

  LPD: Thieves caught on camera stealing Beto campaign signs

The Lubbock Police Department has issued a warning after people were caught on camera stealing campaign signs out of a yard.

  Lubbock County to spend $6.9 million to change county IT vendors

After months of user meetings, Lubbock County Commissioners authorized County Judge Tom Head to sign an agreement with Tyler Technologies for IT services. The up front cost is expected to be $6.9 million this fiscal year, with future annual payments of approximately $500,000.

  2 suspects in custody, charged in murder of Gabriel Rodriguez

Lubbock Police Department investigators have arrested two suspects in connection with the Sept. 12 murder of 36-year-old Gabriel Rodriguez.

Officials find missing elderly man from Wolfforth

Family members say the missing Wolfforth man has been found safe.

  Red Cross assisting family after early morning house fire

Just after 1:15 a.m. Monday, Lubbock Fire Rescue responded to a house fire at 2709 64th Street.

Coca-Cola is signaling interest in sale of cannabis-infused drinks

Coke says cannabis is an ingredient that could gain ground in wellness beverages globally.

  1 suffers serious injuries after Sunday crash, another arrested on DWI charge

A person is recovering from serious injuries in University Medical Center after a Sunday afternoon crash just before 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of Texas Tech Parkway and 4th Street.

Lubbock man charged with aggravated assault after shooting at neighbor

Joe Lee Harrison, a 54-year-old Lubbock man, was arrested Saturday night after being accused of shooting a gun at his neighbor from his roof.

Resthaven to host Back the Blue event, donation drive Wednesday

Resthaven Funeral Home & Cemetery will host a Back the Blue event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday at its location at 5740 West 19th St .

Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush signs plan to overhaul Alamo Plaza

Bush signed the proposal over the objections of several Republican lawmakers.

California teenager finds a purse with $10k inside, returns to police

The high school junior ended up finding way more than identification. He found more cash than he says he’s ever seen in his life.

  Fans asked to wear white for Celebrate Cotton game

Saturday will be the 7th game played to Celebrate Cotton on the South Plains, celebrating two of Lubbock’s favorite things: cotton and football.

Cruz, O’Rourke agree to 3 debates

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and his Democratic challenger, U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke of El Paso, have agreed to three debates before Election Day.

  Dozens arrested in Lubbock County Sex Offender Operation

A week-long operation focused on sex offender compliance wrapped up Friday with more than 35 local arrests within Lubbock County.

  Slaton ISD credits quality education, school culture for significant enrollment boost

While usually only five to 10 students join the district each year, the district says 86 new students came in this year.

  TTU Hurricane Research Team deployed to Carolinas

While the storm continues to dump rain and push storm surges taller than most people onto the communities on the coast, one team from Texas Tech University is heading toward the storm.

  Bart Reagor responds to more than $40 million lawsuit

Bart Reagor has responded to the 40-plus million dollar lawsuit filed by Ford Motor Credit.

Elizabeth Smart outraged by planned release of 1 of her kidnappers

Elizabeth Smart said Thursday the news that one of her kidnappers will be released from prison next week was "a big shock," and she hopes there is a way the woman can be committed to a treatment facility.

City council approves 2018-2019 budget, tax increase

The Lubbock City Council met during a regular meeting on Thursday to discuss and finalize a budget for the year 2018-2019, which will begin on Oct. 1.

  Council considers the future of Lubbock libraries

City Council is considering a budget cut for Lubbock libraries.

  Rick Dykes: Former Reagor-Dykes Auto Group CFO gave false financial info to Ford Credit

Rick Dykes issued a response to the civil suit filed by Ford Motor Credit on Thursday, accusing his former CFO of providing false information about RDAG finances.

  LPD releases composite sketch of man accused of trying to kidnap 15-year-old girl

The Lubbock Police Department has just released this composite sketch of a man accused of trying to kidnap a 15-year-old girl on Tuesday.

  KCBD Cares: Registration open for new, free grief recovery program in Lubbock

New grief recovery group aims at helping people cope with heartache

TRAFFIC ALERT: 2 wrecks blocking traffic at MSF, Slide RD exit

Two wrecks are backing up traffic on Marsha Sharp Freeway at the Slide Road exit as of 6 p.m.

  Lubbock AeroCare crews sent to South Carolina to aid with Hurricane Florence

Lubbock AeroCare crew members have been requested by FEMA to help with the medical transport needs due to Hurricane Florence.

  Medical examiner says Lubbock woman drowned at Buffalo Springs Lake

The body of 76-year-old Louise Sheppard was found in Buffalo Springs Lake near a marina on Thursday morning.