2 people buried after avalanche at Taos ski resort

Two skiers were buried after an avalanche took place on Thursday afternoon at Kachina Peak, the highest point at Taos Ski Valley ski resort.

Those who helped Jayme Closs want her to get $50,000 reward after making own escape

The couple who called 911 for Jayme Closs, after she escaped and was brought to their house, are pointing out that she rescued herself.
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  Mother burned when sippy cup exploded in her face, she says

An attorney says the company who makes the sippy cup doesn’t believe an explosion could have happened if the cup was being used properly and wants to do testing on it.

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  Family announces death of former principal, U.S. Marine Doug Smith

Uncle Julio’s coming to Lubbock in 2020

4 more suspects arrested, charged in string of vehicle burglaries

State Rep. wants STAAR test eliminated

  Warrant: Suspect shot victim for backpack, protection

A warrant through the Lubbock Police Department details some of the events that led up to the shooting death of 41-year-old Jimmy Hernandez Rodriguez, who was killed near the 1500 block of 37th Street Wednesday afternoon.
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Hotel dishwasher awarded $21 million after ex-employer made her work on Sundays

Marie Jean Pierre, 60, a former employee at Conrad Miami said the company violated her civil rights.

Ropes announces funeral plans for teacher killed Tuesday, cancels school Monday

2 arrests made after Central Lubbock shooting Wednesday

Winter blues at the blood center

Pedestrian seriously injured, struck by vehicle at 27th & Slide

  No. 8 Red Raiders fall at home to Iowa State

TxDOT to spend $145 Million on South Plains roads in 2019

Students arrive early to support Tech in game against Iowa State

Patrick Mahomes selected as MVP, offensive player of the year

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United Way, South Plains Homeless Consortium seek volunteers for homeless survey

United Way and the South Plains Homeless Consortium are seeking volunteers to help with this year’s Point in Time Survey, which counts Lubbock’s homeless population.

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LCU, Wayland Baptist & South Plains College Hoops in action

  Lady Raiders let a win slip away at TCU

The Movement by the Lady Raiders tried to make a big statement Wednesday night, leading for three plus quarters, but TCU went on a 23-5 run in the 4th to knock off Texas Tech 78-70 in Fort Worth.

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  Ropesville mourns loss of 2nd grade teacher killed in crash

Clovis man sentenced for escaping Curry County Detention Center

No injuries reported as LFR responds to fire alarm at Waters Elementary

Teen indicted by grand Jury, the first of many arrested for vehicle burglary spree

Silver Alert: Paducah woman last seen on January 15

A Silver Alert has been issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety for a Paducah woman.
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  Giuliani: ‘I never said there was no collusion’ between Trump campaign, Russia

Giuliani, Trump's personal attorney, made the bombshell statement Wednesday, in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo.

Floydada ISD debuts rendering of new campus, football stadium

Lubbock man indicted after pulling a loaded gun in dance hall parking lot

Seminole man arrested in El Paso after allegedly stealing ambulance

Grand Jury indicts 17-year-old shot during December car theft