Amanda Ruiz, KCBD NewsChannel11

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Past articles by Amanda:

Lubbock soldier surprises father by coming home for Christmas

A Lubbock soldier came home to surprise his father for the holidays. → Read More

Mother mourns loss of 5-month-old infant

A devastated mother is speaking out about the death of her infant child. → Read More

Nats beat Astros 7-2, force Game 7 in World Series

Stephen Strasburg gutted through without his best fastball to throw a five-hitter Tuesday night, and now it’s on to Game 7 in the first World Series ever in which the visiting team won each of the first six games. → Read More

Sisters facing months of struggle to get mother’s death certificate

Two Lubbock sisters have been waiting four months to receive their mother's death certificate. → Read More

Odessa mother says toddler’s spirit still strong after shooting injuries

17-month-old Anderson Davis was one of the multiple victims hit by rapid gunfire on Saturday afternoon, but her mother says the injuries haven’t dampened her spirit. → Read More

Investigators release details on connection between serial killer and 1993 Lubbock murder

A man who may be the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history has been indicted for the Lubbock murder of Bobbie Ann Fields-Wilson in 1993. → Read More

Police responding to active shooter near El Paso, Texas mall

Police are responding to a shooter near a mall and a Walmart in El Paso. → Read More

Fla. law enforcement officers discover they’re half brothers after DNA test

The two men found out they’re more than just brothers in blue. → Read More

Family still searching for Levelland woman, reported missing in May

Levelland Police and a concerned family are making a plea for public to as they try to find a missing woman from Levelland. → Read More

415 kids arrested by LPD in the past 5 months

Just in the past five months, LPD has arrested 415 kids for various crimes. In February, 49 kids were arrested, March was 71, April was 98, May was 89, June was 66, and July was 42. → Read More

Rattlesnake, uranium, whiskey found during traffic stop

Guthrie police Sgt. Anthony Gibbs told Oklahoma City TV station KFOR that police don't know why the uranium was in the vehicle or how it was obtained, though uranium ore can be bought on Amazon. → Read More

Lubbock business owner offers to remodel stranger’s home

Terry Rasco volunteered to drive Earl Williams to his home when he saw him struggling to walk after his recent stroke. When they approached Earl’s home, Terry saw that the place was almost unlivable and he decided to do something about that. → Read More

Former coach shares memories of Jarrett Culver at Coronado

Randy Dean says he always saw something special in Jarrett Culver. → Read More

Lubbock Batman on a mission to put smiles on the faces of kids in need

Lubbock Batman has arrived in the Hub City, on a mission to help children in need. → Read More

Countdown to Final Four: How Raider Red was brought to life

Raider Red started as a beloved editorial cartoon on the sports page called ‘Old Red’. Former Lubbock Mayor Dirk West who drew him on paper, but it wasn’t until years later when Jim Gaspard was about to graduate from Texas Tech in 1972 that he decided to bring the cartoon to life. → Read More

Hoop Madness February 12 Scores & Highlights

Here are your Hoop Madness scores for Tuesday, February 12. → Read More

Lubbock Soldier reunites with family after two years stationed in korea

Greeted by a crowd of friends and family, Sgt. Rodriguez returned from his third time serving overseas. → Read More

Local Atheist group to give invocation at city council meeting

The Lubbock City Council agenda garners some attention at times, but this week it’s not for what is on the agenda. It’s who will be speaking during the usual time of prayer known as the invocation. → Read More

Reagor-Dykes customers still caught in lawsuit

Many customers still find themselves in the middle of the ongoing lawsuit involving Reagor-Dykes Auto Group. After six months, one finds herself still paying for her current car, and the one she traded in. → Read More

Sibling kids’ donation will provide 350 meals for the food bank

The South Plains Food Bank will be receiving an early Christmas present this year, a donation that will provide over 300 meals to those who need them the most. → Read More