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Past articles by Ashley:

Gospel Life pastor giving the gift of warmth this holiday season

Richard Long is not just a pastor. He's also a Service Technician, fixing heaters for free for those with financial difficulties. → Read More

Congressman Jodey Arrington says West Texas economy will thrive

Congressman Jodey Arrington says passing this latest Republican tax bill will bring benefits to all levels of the West Texas economy. → Read More

City Council approves bonds for LPD facilities project

Lubbock city council approved $60 million in bonds for the LPD facilities project on Monday night. → Read More

Lubbock Domino's worker loves his job, folding 3,000 pizza boxes

It's a simple job that means the world to Ricky Robles, folding 3,000 pizza boxes a day, proving what he can do, years after losing his sight to Glaucoma. → Read More

Students, parents talk emotions after Frenship gun scare

Three suspects have been arrested in connection with the event at Frenship High School and after a sweep of the building, no weapon was found. → Read More

Lubbock police investigating 3 shootings in 4 days

Lubbock police have had their hands full this week, with three shootings reported in the last four days. → Read More

Good news for this year's cotton harvest

"Anytime our area, when we talk about the High Plains of Texas, can yield more than 5 million bales - which is what we're on target to do - we've got to say that's a good crop." → Read More

Shooting victim was expecting his second child

The family of Peter Caballero remembers him as a brother, a new father, and a friend. Peter was expecting his second child to be born in January of 2018. → Read More

Small Business Saturday encourages people to shop local

Shoppers are encouraged to shop with Black Friday and Cyber Monday but also with Small Business Saturday. → Read More

Cabela's offering gift cards, treats, games and prizes for Black

Cabela's in Lubbock is going all out for their Black Friday shoppers, offering gift cards, treats, games and prizes for people who wait in line. → Read More

Operation Turkey preparing to hand out Thanksgiving meals

Thanksgiving Day preparations are underway across the South Plains, including local charity Operation Turkey. → Read More

Bomb scares across the South Plains were non-functioning devices

Just before 2:30 p.m. Monday afternoon tech emergency officials sent out alert warning of a bomb scare on campus. → Read More

Early game days mean good news for Lubbock restaurants

This will be the seventh 11 a.m. kickoff for the Red Raiders as they take on the Horned Frogs Saturday morning. While some businesses and restaurants are feeling pressure from the early starts, Wal... → Read More

The personal impact of Loop 88

There is no doubt Lubbock is seeing the progression to the south and west sides of the city. New housing and businesses including Academy, Dominoes, and even a United Super Market. The growth has T... → Read More

Church bell stolen from Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

Thieves have stolen an important part of history from a South Plains church. → Read More

TxDOT installs blinking stop signs in North Lubbock

TxDOT started making repairs to the Ash Avenue bridge in early November. To make sure they get traffic safely through the north loop I-27 interchange, they installed solar powered stop signs. → Read More

Air Force Veteran is writing books to share a special message

A Lubbock native that was a captain in the Air Force and is now turning his experiences into books. → Read More

Truck that led police on high-speed chase stolen from Amarillo

Two suspects are in custody after a high speed chase with shots fired and a two-hour standoff on Thursday. → Read More

Lamesa residents coping with critical water shortage Wednesday i

The Lamesa water supply was at a critical stage Wednesday morning, with city officials warning residents to be prepared for the supply to run out. → Read More

Lubbock County reaches no fault settlement with former deputy me

Lubbock County has reached a no fault settlement after a former Lubbock County Deputy Medical Examiner filed a lawsuit under the Texas Whistleblower Act back in 2015. → Read More