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Past articles by Caitlyn:

Plainview woman donating kidney to longtime friend

Whitney Wallace has been good friends with Jon Bohannon for many years, but now they will be taking their friendship to the next level when she gives him a kidney. → Read More

Local charities seeing a decline in donations

Lubbock charities are asking for help as they struggle with declining donations this year. → Read More

Lubbock man indicted, charged with agg. assault on peace officer

50-year-old Rodney Breeden was indicted by a Lubbock grand jury on Tuesday, charged with aggravated assault against a public servant. → Read More

Covenant Children's hospital receives new gaming system

Covenant Children's Hospital unveiled a new gaming system for their patients Monday afternoon thanks to the Lindsey Callaway Memorial Toy Drive. → Read More

Lubbock man invents magnetic Christmas lights

Everybody loves holiday decorations, but putting up Christmas lights can be a hassle. One Lubbock man has come up with a way to help ease that stress during the holiday season. → Read More

Truck drivers required to use electronic logs by Dec. 18

An electronic logging device is set to be installed in every 18-wheeler truck nationwide by Dec. 18, 2017. The ELD will monitor if a truck's engine is running or not, meant to crack down on truck d... → Read More

Police stress safety in buying, selling, trading online

It's becoming the norm these days, online buying, selling and trading. → Read More

Agencies seeking new families for animals rescued from Lubbock h

A Lubbock woman was arrested and charged with child endangerment earlier this month after police found 51 animals living inside her home with her three adopted children in extremely unsanitary cond... → Read More

LPD Chief: Shooter in Tuesday SWAT standoff attempted 'suicide b

We're getting new insight into what happened during the SWAT standoff in Northeast Lubbock on Tuesday, after a Wednesday morning news conference with Lubbock police. → Read More

Lubbock Salvation Army feeds hundreds for Thanksgiving

With over 70 volunteers, the Salvation Army was able to feed more than 700 people in need and give them somewhere to go for company and fellowship on Thanksgiving. → Read More

Communities rally to help Cochran County farmer

"We wanted to do whatever we could to help him and the girls, to take some ease off his mind the best we could," said Pug Lyon, local farmer in Morton. → Read More

Victim hopes to bring sexual assault awareness to Lubbock

It's dominating the national conversation right now, women everywhere are speaking out and taking a stand against sexual assault. → Read More

GoFundMe established for family of man struck by flesh-eating ba

The family of Daniel "Gabriel" Martinez is struggling with some terrible decisions as doctors say he is not expected to survive his battle with flesh-eating bacteria. A GoFundMe has been establishe... → Read More

Lubbock man fighting for his life after flesh-eating bacteria di

39 year-old Daniel Martinez is fighting for his life at University Medical Center after being diagnosed with narcotizing fasciitis, otherwise known as, flesh-eating bacteria. → Read More

Jury selection underway: Accused burglar on trial after being sh

Clayton Fillingim was charged with burglary of a habitation with intent to commit a felony in October 2016. → Read More

New body armor available to Lubbock Fire Rescue

The next time you see one of the Lubbock Fire Rescue crews, they may look a little different. These first responders will now be wearing protective body armor when responding to calls. → Read More

New pop-up shop promoting local businesses in South Plains Mall

With only 47 days until Christmas, several local boutiques have joined forces to create a pop-up shop inside the South Plains Mall. → Read More

Prominent Texas church to host church security seminar

Following Sunday's mass church shooting in Sutherland Springs, the pastor of a prominent Texas church announced plans to provide security training for its leaders. → Read More

Cotton crop ready for harvest for injured Whitharral farmer

Back in May, Stan Sadler was injured in a farming accident at his home. When neighbors and local farmers in the area heard about his accident, they decided to help anyway they could. → Read More

Preparing your homes before the freeze

There quite a few things to remember when it come to preparing for the first freeze. → Read More