|Slaton Middle School concert interrupted by fire
Slaton Middle School students were preparing for a concert Thursday night when a fire erupted in the auditorium.
They were quickly evacuated, and the flames were contained near the stage area.
|UPDATE: One dead in fatal wreck on Hwy 84
DPS has reported at least one fatality in a traffic mishap involving two semis, one hauling cattle.
The crash site was in a remote area, with no alternate routes. Many cattle have also perished, and Garza County deputies have tried to round up several head that are on the loose.
|Neugebauer not in favor of budget agreement
The House passed the bipartisan budget deal Thursday that aims to end, for a while, the lingering threat of government shutdowns and massive sequester cuts.
|Three arrested in Lea County in connection to meth bust
The Lea County Drug Task Force and Eunice Police Officers arrested three people on Monday in connection to a meth bust.
The arrests resulted from a search warrant on the 1900 Block of Avenue R in Eunice, New Mexico, where 17 grams of meth was seized.
|Villa Del Norte Apartments owner speaks out
A property owner of the Villa Del Norte Apartments has decided to speak out on the ongoing issues with the deteriorating complex.
Fox 34 reported Wednesady that Municipal Judge Robert Doty denied a request for a motion of demolition because a civil suit against the insurance company is pending.
|Look Around Lubbock: Ranch event honors pioneer Christmas
The 35th annual Candlelight at the Ranch celebrates frontier holiday traditions. Video
|Water main break in Tahoka, schools closed Thursday
No school for Tahoka ISD Thursday because of a water main break. Crews are working to repair a major six-inch water line burst on North Sixth Street and Avenue J.
|October sales tax revenue lower than October 2012
Lubbock's sales tax receipts for the month of October was lower than the same time a year ago.
The state comptroller delivered a check for more than $4.6 million, a decrease of almost 2.4 percent from October of last year.
|Dr. Duane Nellis officially inaugurated as Texas Tech president
He has been on the job for six months, and on Wednesday, Dr. Duane Nellis was officially inaugurated as the 16th president of Texas Tech.
Nellis was hired in March, and started working at Tech in mid-July, replacing Guy Bailey. Video
|Stratton remains on re-election ballot, withdrawal request denied
Despite her efforts to withdraw, Jean Anne Stratton, justice of the peace for Precinct 4, will remain on the GOP primary ballot for re-election, with her daughter has her opponent.