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Past articles by Matt:

Tips for kids vehicle safety

Vehicle safety: it's something that is taught since you're a kid, but sometimes falls on deaf ears. → Read More

City Council approves $7.2 million grant for Preston Smith Inter

Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, with approval from the Lubbock City Council, officially accepted a $7.2 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the Terminal Bu... → Read More

Job seeking resources for RDAG employees

With the fallout of the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group bankruptcy, around 700 employees have an uncertain future with the company. So, what resources are available to help these employees if they find the... → Read More

Residents react to Shallowater City Council vote to abandon city

Although the Shallowater City Council has already approved a measure to dissolve the town's current EMS service, tonight the community turned out in large numbers to voice their concern. → Read More

TTU professor receives grant to create more fuel-efficient tires

In July, Texas Tech professor Gregory McKenna received a $345,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to head a three-year study of ring molecules with the possibility of creating more fuel-ef... → Read More

Area law enforcement holds news conference to address school thr

As many schools start back this week, law enforcement officials held a news conference to talk about school threats. → Read More

Crest Tires looking to return human ashes accidentally left behi

Crest Tires is looking to return a box of human ashes, accidentally left at one of their locations. → Read More

BODY CAM PHOTO: New image released from LPD officer-involved sho

Lubbock police received a call about a robbery at the Coyote Moon Game Room on Monday, and walked in to a robbery still in progress. → Read More

Seminole ISD signs warn that teachers, staff are armed

Seminole ISD's Guardian School program provides training and allows qualifying teachers to concealed carry on school grounds. → Read More

LPD moving forward with plans for police substations

Lubbock police are moving forward with plans for three city substations, with a fourth eventually planned for Southwest Lubbock. → Read More

Lubbock Fire Rescue to help fight California wildfires

Members of Lubbock Fire Rescue leave Wednesday for a 14-day deployment to assist with the Carr fires in California. → Read More

Sr. Forensic Nurse/Managing Dir. position eliminated at Medical

Honey Haney Smith, Senior Forensic Nurse/Managing Director at the Lubbock County Medical Examiner's Office, is no longer employed with Lubbock County. According to Greg George, the Lubbock County D... → Read More

Zoning Commission rejects proposal to put ICE facility in North

The Lubbock Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously denied a proposal by GWB Real Estate to place a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement processing facility in north Lubbock on Thursday. → Read More

Lubbock attorney considers options for Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy

After accusing Reagor-Dykes dealerships of selling Ford vehicles without remitting required payments to Ford Motor Credit, the two will have their day in court on Aug. 8. → Read More

Citizens bring concerns to TxDOT at Loop 88 meeting

Representatives from TxDOT addressed a variety of concerns about the proposed Loop 88 project on Tuesday. → Read More

When can you protect yourself with deadly force?

LPD is still investigating a shooting that happened at a U-haul location on East 50th on Saturday. An employee shot the suspect, who was said in the police report to be acting erratically, possibly... → Read More

Tips to keep your air conditioner healthy as temperatures soar

With even the low temperatures in the mid to upper-70s, air conditioning units are working overtime and so are those who service them. → Read More

East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood program gives students a bette

In 2012, Texas Tech, LISD, and the East Lubbock community were given an almost $25 million grant to support and advocate for kids who may not have the opportunity or have not been encouraged to go ... → Read More

Remembering Scurry County history

At the Scurry County Museum, ever-changing exhibits offer a look into the past and what has made Scurry County what it is today. → Read More

Snyder celebrates annual White Buffalo Day

On October 7, 1876, J. Wright Mooar was hunting when he came killed a rare white buffalo. Mooar's family, current residents of Snyder, still has the hide. → Read More