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Past articles by Kasie:

Man found dead in vehicle after being shot

The Lubbock Police Department continues its investigation after a man was found dead in his vehicle after being shot. → Read More

Lubbock Fire Rescue perfects trench rescue technique

At Fire Station One, in downtown Lubbock, a variety of training goes on in order to keep firefighters ready to go in emergent situations -- beyond responding to a fire. → Read More

City Council, LEDA launch marketing campaign for Downtown Lubboc

The City of Lubbock announced a new marketing campaign on Thursday, designed to promote businesses in Downtown Lubbock. → Read More

City council approves art, decides 19th Street mural can stay

A mural near the Depot District will stay in place, after the city deemed it to be art on Wednesday night. → Read More

South Plains mother celebrates passage of texting and driving ba

Jeanne Brown was a champion for the bill Gov. Abbott signed on Tuesday, after losing her daughter to texting and driving. She believes Alex would be very proud if she could see what happened today. → Read More

Gov. Abbott expected to call special session to deal with 'bathr

Political analysts expect the governor to announce a special session that will take lawmakers back to Austin to deal with the controversial 'bathroom bill.' → Read More

Lubbock remembers the fallen with Memorial Day Service at Second

As millions of people across the country prepare for Memorial Day on Monday, hundreds of men, women and children right here in Lubbock understand a little bit more about what the day truly means. → Read More

Texas Lt. Gov. calls for special legislature session to focus on

Texas Lieutenant Governor, Dan Patrick, is calling for a special session of the state legislature This comes as House Speaker, Joe Straus, announced today that he won't work anymore on the bathroom... → Read More

Proposed Lubbock VA clinic could open in 2020

A proposed VA clinic in Lubbock has some veterans looking forward to the future. The goal is for the clinic to open in 2020. → Read More

City sees increase in illegal dumping

As the time has come for students around the South Plains to move out of their residence halls, apartments and houses, the city of Lubbock has seen an increase in what they call illegal dumping. → Read More

New leads in search for Snyder man, missing since 2014

Officials say there is a new lead in the search for a missing man. 38-year-old David Dee Emerson of Snyder was last seen on Christmas Eve, 2014. → Read More

Multiple vehicles damaged in Central Lubbock vandalism spree

Residents in a Central Lubbock neighborhood are searching for answers following a string of vehicle vandalism incidents on Mother's Day. → Read More

Olton residents react to city manager placed on paid leave

60 days of paid administrative leave. That's the employment status for Olton city manager Marvin Tillman - one week after his arrest by Texas Rangers. Tillman is accused of stealing from the city h... → Read More

LISD Public Education Forum encourages parent involvement

Above all, the message that rang loudly this evening was how important the role of a parent is when it comes to their child's education. → Read More

Denver man vows off United Airlines after emergency landing in L

A United Airlines passenger has sworn off the airline after an emergency landing at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport on Saturday. → Read More

Lubbock mixed martial arts studio teaching kids to stand up agai

At Eagle's Nest Mixed Martial Arts studio, students are learning how to be more than athletes, they're also learning how to stand up to bullies. → Read More

Residents praise quick response to Monday morning substation fir

Shock and awe. Those are the words residents are using to describe an overnight fire at a substation in west Lubbock that left more than 7,000 people without power. → Read More

Proposed Senate Bill could weaken Texas top 10 percent rule

A proposal that would weaken the top 10 percent rule for Texas high school seniors is that much closer to seeing a vote in the Senate. → Read More

Proposed Texas House Bill would punish people who use 'fake' ser

The Texas House is preparing to hear bill 2992, which is aimed at punishing those who use "fake" service animals. → Read More

Talk of the town in Abernathy focuses on new multi-millionare

A 71-year-old man from Abernathy is $177 million dollars richer tonight, after winning the largest lottery jackpot in Arkansas history. → Read More