As leaders both in the Republican Party and across the world begin to acknowledge Biden as the President-elect following the Electoral College’s vote, District 19 Representative Jodey Arrington says he wants resolution in the courts before declaring a winner in the 2020 Presidential election.
A grand jury has indicted a woman on charges of bank fraud, accusing her of using money from a Lubbock church’s community outreach program to pay for personal expenses and vacations including Disney Land and Las Vegas.
One year ago this week, Floyd Mitchell was sworn in as Lubbock’s 23rd police chief. It was a major change in leadership for the city that would be followed by a year like we’ve never seen before. KCBD spoke to Chief Mitchell in an exclusive one-on-one interview to be aired in three parts.
Many know of West Texas Walk of Fame singer/songwriter Terry Allen, as well as playwright, poet and actress, Jo Harvey Allen, his wife. They and their two sons will be sharing knowledge and experiences on art and family this week through five sessions in virtual residency with Texas Tech University.
As part of the resolution of the Third Amended Chapter 11 Plan of Liquidation for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, the Trustee is prepared to announce the chance for former Reagor-Dykes consumers to assert claims for compensation.
The Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s executive committee made the decision this week, saying the event "would rank as a “very high risk” for further spread of COVID-19 and potentially impact populations and healthcare systems in Fort Worth and beyond the North Texas area."
Cities are required to respond to public information requests, but when our Investigates team asked for the mayor's financial records, most of what we needed had been redacted. Here's what it took to get the answers we needed.
Texas Tech University has released information from conflicted reviews by student athletes and staff under the leadership of coach Adrian Gregory, some describing her as a mentor, while others reported a toxic atmosphere, with incidents of racism and “performance contracts related to weight loss."
Back in June, the Lubbock Police Department announced an effort to bring more minority applicants into the department. Now, with the first new recruiting class about to start, we asked partners to provide a report card, indicating how well they did.
The student organization says feedback they received regarding the scholarships was positive and negative, but they hope their statement “provides clarity towards our purpose for these scholarships and what we’re trying to achieve at Tech.”
Members of the Women’s Basketball team say they are standing alongside student athletes with the football team at Texas Tech and other schools across the country, in protest of racial injustice and police brutality.
President Schovanec spoke about the University’s response to the student athletes’ decision as they were leaving a meeting away from the practice field with the President of the Black Student Association, Arabia Harris, Lubbock community leader AJ McCleod, and Lubbock Police chief Floyd Mitchell.
The City of Lubbock has revealed the names of 21 artists to be featured on this year’s album for the Lubbock Music Now project. The album is set to release in the fall of this year, featuring all local musicians with some “surprise guests.”
More than two years after the first claims against the Reagor Dykes Auto Group, legal action continues as the creditor’s trust for the bankrupt company filed a lawsuit claiming AimBank ignored warning signs of fraud.
Over the next six weeks, engineers will install 25 monitoring wells in a 12 square mile area downgradient of the former base, according to the AFCEC. They have sampled more than 500 drinking water wells for PFAS and installed 220 whole-house drinking water treatment systems on affected wells.
Governor Greg Abbott announced another change in Texas education for the 2020-2021 school year Monday, waiving grade promotion requirement related to the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test for students in grades 5 and 8.
The National Autopsy Assay Group, once contracted to work with the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office, has sent a letter to Lubbock County officials, calling the office a “hot mess,” following the recent resignation of former Medical Examiner Dr. John Lang.
One person is in the hospital and two others have been arrested after a chase in a stolen vehicle that reached speeds of up to 112 miles per hour crossed paths with officers from all over Texas, attending Sheriff Abraham Vega’s funeral in Tahoka.
According to body camera footage released by Lubbock ISD, Camacho was asked repeatedly to leave the campus before his arrest. Camacho said he was met with intimidation and threats, and asked the Board that Chief Jody Scifres be fired, claiming "I could’ve been the next George Floyd.”
Businesses and individuals who were victims of fraudulent actions by employees of Reagor-Dykes Auto Group may be closer to receiving compensation after the third amended Chapter 11 liquidation plan was filed Tuesday.