|Purple Heart recipient dies on trip home to Abernathy
A decorated Army Reserve Sergeant from Abernathy has died after her second tour of duty in the Middle East.
|Timothy Cole statue to be placed, dedicated Wednesday
A statue and park dedication is set for Sept. 17, in memory of the first person to be posthumously pardoned in Texas.
|AARP releases study of elderly drivers
Merriel Abbott, 86 drives his 2005 Buick just about everywhere, in the city and on the highway. Next Saturday, he's motoring down south to marry his grandson.
|Look Around Lubbock: Self defense techniques
Self defense techniques are something every person should know, even if it is just the basics. Whether it's fending off an attacker at night or a bully at school, Premier Marital Arts teaches self defense methods for every situation. FOX 34's Ashley Claster got a hands-on lesson in your Look Around Lubbock. Video
|Inside Out Foundation Seminar
Saturday, September 20, 2014 9 a.m. - 12 noon
Monterey Church of Christ
Tickets: $15 Video
|Masked Rider celebrates 60th anniversary
It's been 60 years since the first Masked Rider, Joe Kirk Fulton, hit the field. And the long lasting tradition only continues to garner matador pride. On Saturday, nearly 40 former mascots celebrated the big milestone.
|Texas Tech Battles, Loses To Arkansas
More than 60,000 fans packed Jones Stadium on Saturday to watch a defunct rivalry renewed after more than two decades.
|Police searching for suspect after Nothing Butt Smokes robbery
L.P.D. searching for a Hispanic male suspected of robbing the Nothing Butt Smokes at 9th St. and Slide Ave.
|Lubbock Police Department receives wage adjustments
A wage adjustment for Lubbock Police Department officers, did get council approval. Video
|City Council rejects raises for LP&L employees
Mayor Robertson got quite heated last night over Lubbock Power and Light's proposal for employee raises, in particular pay hikes for linemen. Video