1 injured in Saturday afternoon shooting

Lubbock police say a man has been taken to the hospital after a shooting on Saturday afternoon.

Black Friday sees record online as US shoppers stay home

Consumers spent an estimated $9 billion on U.S. retail websites on Black Friday, according to Adobe Analytics.
  • National

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes flight in virus times

Instead of the usual path through Manhattan, this year’s parade was kept to the area in front of Macy’s flagship store and aimed at a television audience instead of live crowds.


  End Zone Scores & Highlights for Friday, Nov. 27

  Lubbock retailers grateful for Black Friday shoppers at South Plains Mall

  Travel issues possible with wintry mix on Saturday

#14 Red Raiders knock off Sam Houston State

DPS reports multiple injuries after crash in southeast Lubbock County

DPS reports the crash was called in at 12:25 p.m. at FM 3431(CR 2700) & CR 7200, west of the Slaton Highway. None of the injuries appeared to be serious or life threatening, according to DPS.
  • Coronavirus

Virus keeps Black Friday crowds thin, shoppers shift online

In normal times, Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year, drawing millions of shoppers eager to get started on their holiday spending.

  Lubbock businesses excited for Black Friday

  Salvation Army Lubbock providing Thanksgiving at a distance for 500 people

  3 vacant houses burned in Levelland fire

  Motorcycle rider killed in crash on 82nd Street

COVID testing sites closed for Thanksgiving holiday

  Man killed in Tuesday night trailer fire

  Fewer Bell Ringers means fewer donations to Salvation Army’s biggest fundraiser

  Brownfield man charged in deadly hit-and-run

  • National

Female soccer player poised to play for Vandy’s football team

“Let’s make history,” senior Sarah Fuller wrote Friday on Twitter with a photo of herself wearing a football jersey with a soccer ball between her feet while holding a football in her hands.


Lady Raiders overcome slow start to beat Houston Baptist

  End Zone Scores & Highlights for Friday, Nov. 27

#14 Red Raiders knock off Sam Houston State

  Tech men breeze by Northwestern State

Chris Beard’s new and improved Texas Tech men’s basketball team was as good as advertised in their season opener against Northwestern State. The Red Raiders beat the Demons 101-58 in the United Supermarkets Arena.


Chuck Darden wins his 1,000th game

  One Class at a Time: Roosevelt Elementary teacher, Education Foundation awarded $500

  ‘We’re still in trouble’: City officials concerned with high COVID-19 death count

Former Lubbock ADA Josh Reno selected as Texas Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice

Medical board suspends license of Lubbock physician arrested for prostitution

A Lubbock physician has been temporarily suspended by the Texas Medical Board after he was arrested for prostitution involving someone under 18.
  • Coronavirus

  US colleges mull new virus protocols for students’ return

The coronavirus presented huge challenges for the fall semester for U.S. colleges that opened the academic year with in-person learning, including some that took a battering from outbreaks.

  LPD Seeking Identity of Suspects in Aggravated Assault

  City representatives continue to urge COVID vigilance during Thanksgiving holiday

Plainview/Hale County reports 157 new cases of COVID-19

CPS inquiry at center of Lubbock Christian School president’s departure