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  Pioneers win home-opener over Aggies, 29-24

Oklahoma leads Texas Tech 42-14 in 2nd Q

COVID-19: Lubbock reports 222 new cases, 2 additional deaths, hospitalization rate at 21.93% Saturday

6 coronavirus infections reported by Scurry County EMS staff, all under quarantine

  2 killed, multiple injuries reported after truck crashed into Tech Cafe on Saturday morning

Texas Tech Gameday Reminders Prior to Kickoff

  Teen killed in Central Lubbock shooting Friday night

Voting locations, sample ballots for Election Day, Nov. 3

Two with moderate injuries reported following collision on Quaker Ave

LPD & FBI Investigating Armored Truck Robbery

Boil water notice lifted for Lorenzo

DFPS: Two missing children last seen in Lubbock

Special Olympics of West Texas trailer stolen

Halloween drive-thru event to be held in East Lubbock

2 Lubbock men arrested in El Paso gang drug investigation

Texas Tech will limit capacity to 25% within United Supermarkets Arena

Plainview/Hale County reports 46 new cases of COVID-19, 10 new recoveries

El Paso County’s judge has ordered nonessential businesses to close to slow coronavirus spread. The Texas attorney general says he can’t do that.

Hockley County reports 7 COVID deaths on Thursday, all from Lynwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

City of Lubbock Returns to Outdoor Event Restrictions Outlined in Governor’s Order

Mexican citizen living in Seminole federally indicted for online solicitation of a minor

GoFundMe established to help gunshot victim, mother of 6, Dorothy Holland

Texas Tech to host 73rd Annual Rodeo at Cook’s Garage

Texas Tech Dia de los Muertos event cancelled over COVID-19 concerns

  Biden-Harris bus stops in Lubbock Wednesday

  WATCH: Serious concerns about hospital capacity at COVID Town Hall

Traffic: Power outages affecting traffic lights

Severe Weather: Delays and closings for Wednesday, October 28

LP&L responding to outages across Lubbock resulting from severe weather

1 dead, 1 in serious condition after overnight shooting on Ave. Q.