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Local businesses express excitement to serve Black Friday shoppers

Local businesses all around Lubbock have been preparing to provide good deals for Black Friday shoppers. → Read More

Ring recalls 350,000 video doorbells after some catch fire

The recalled doorbells were sold in the U.S. and Canada between June and October this year. → Read More

Different restrictions on outdoor gatherings between city, county of Lubbock

When it comes to outdoor gatherings, city and county residents will be living under different rules come Nov. 1. → Read More

Obesity among US adults hits all-time high, report says

The report also found that childhood obesity is on the rise. → Read More

END ZONE: Scores and highlights for Friday, Sept. 11

Here’s Pete with your high school football scores and highlights for Friday night! → Read More

Lubbock ISD making accommodations as special needs students return

Lubbock ISD is welcoming back students with special needs to a virtual or on-campus classroom. → Read More

Lubbock pediatrician urges vaccinations ahead of school, even virtual school

With school approaching, a Covenant Health pediatrician is urging parents to get their children vaccinated, even if they’re attending school from home. → Read More

N.C. city approves reparations for Black residents through community investment

The Asheville City Council apologized for the city’s role in slavery, discrimination and denial of basic liberties in a unanimous vote, reports the Citizen-Times. → Read More

Home Depot modifies rope sales after nooses found in stores

Home Depot is modifying rope sales after nooses were found in stores across the country. → Read More

Lubbock Habitat for Humanity dedicates two homes in East Lubbock

On Tuesday, a community in East Lubbock watched as two side-by-side homes were dedicated on North Guava Street. These two new homes now belong to Fiona Walker and Nalves Cade, two single moms. → Read More

USDA announces Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

"President Trump directed USDA to craft this $19 billion immediate relief program to provide critical support to our farmers and ranchers, maintain the integrity of our food supply chain, and ensure every American continues to receive and have access to the food they need." → Read More

Lubbock families enjoying neighborhood 'Bear Hunt’ to have some fun during COVID-19

Lubbock kids are enjoying some time outdoors hunting for bears in neighborhood windows. → Read More

Lubbock stores stocking up on Mahomes gear ahead of Super Bowl

Lubbock has a case of Mahomes fever as the former Red Raider heads to Super Bowl 54 with the Kansas City Chiefs. → Read More

Lubbock dancers from The Dance Gallery heading to perform at Disneyland

Dancers with The Dance Gallery studio in Lubbock are packing their bags and heading to Disneyland. → Read More

Texas Tech celebrates first Ag Day at Saturday’s game

At Saturday’s football game against the UTEP Miners, Texas Tech celebrated Ag Day, the first of its kind. Agriculture industry professionals set up tents, grills, and tractors in the parking lots around Jones AT&T Stadium, tailgating and bringing awareness to the industry. → Read More

Co-Founder of Joyland, Katherine Webb Dean has passed away, age 100

Co-Founder of Joyland Amusement Park in Lubbock, Katherine Webb Dean, passed away Tuesday night at 100 years old. → Read More

Toddler dies after becoming trapped in family’s washing machine in Florida

Authorities said at least one parent was home at the time, and that the tragedy was a terrible accident. → Read More

Lubbock Power and Light says your electric bill can go down with these tips

Matt Rose with LP&L says Lubbockites have to take extra steps, if they want to take control of their electric bill. There are so many steps you can take, but knowing that your A/C is going to hike up your bill is the first place to start. → Read More

Joyland inviting South Plains to celebrate, as Katie Dean turns 100 years old

One of Joyland’s icons, Katie Dean, is turning 100 years old and the park is inviting everyone to the party. → Read More

LCSO asks residents to pick up fireworks trash

As the nation stops to celebrate the 4th of July, the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office and businesses in the county are reminding people to pick up after they shoot off fireworks. → Read More