Lubbock News

LUNA hosting 32nd annual 'National Night Out'
Head outside and get to know your neighbors Tuesday evening, because it is National Night Out.
South Plains College expand Lubbock center
South Plains College is expanding its course offerings in Lubbock to a new location allowing some Lubbock ISD programs to grow as a result.
Grand Jury indicts suspects in apartment assault
The Lubbock County grand jury indicted two suspects in connection with an assault investigation at an apartment complex across from Texas Tech.
Body in Bahamas confirmed as Texas Tech grad
A body found off the shores of the Bahamas confirmed to be that of a Texas Tech alumnus.
LSO fights crystal meth comeback, requests budget increase
Sixty percent of the current inmate population at Lubbock County's jail has a history of mental illness.
Texas Boys Ranch expansion provides housing to 16 kids
The Texas Boys Ranch expanded its size nearly a year ago, giving more shelter, food and attention to neglected and abused children. "We have a lot of kids," Caseworker Kaylee Hendrix said. Thirteen to be exact.
Lubbock-Cooper taking donations for Luke Siegel
Fundraising efforts continue for a youngster injured in a golf cart crash. Luke Siegel ,9, is in critical condition just a week after the cart he was riding in with a friend flipped and pinned him beneath it. The other child was not hurt.
Becoming a Marine Day 2: Recruits face tough physical challenges
Marine recruit training is not only physically trying, but mentally and emotionally taxing as well. We are continuing our Becoming a Marine week coverage, and we are getting a look at what they go through. Video
INTERVIEW: AG Paxton's indictment 'not a political witch hunt'
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton turned himself into a Collin County jail Monday after being indicted for two first-degree counts of securities fraud and one third-degree count of failing to register. Texas Tech political scientist Mark McKenzie said the circumstances leading up to the indictment -- and the people involved -- don't necessarily make for a Democratic attack on GOP leadership. Video
Carpenter's Church receives grant for Housing First Program
A nearly one million dollar grant will help a Lubbock ministry's expansion efforts to address chronic homelessness.
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