Texas Tech celebrated more than 2,600 graduates this weekend.
Last Saturday, a Morton home was engulfed in flames with a mother's disabled daughter inside. Luckily, Cochran County Sheriff's deputies were able to get her out safely.
Open Door is working with the Lubbock Housing Authority to further the goal of reducing chronic homelessness in Lubbock.
A man from New Mexico is dead after a rollover wreck on US Highway 285 near Artesia Thursday night.
A guest on Lubbock News Now, Bailey DeKoning explains how Christmas cards, blankets, and other comfort items bring cheer to senior homes during the holiday season.
Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott hosted a listening session with faith leaders from across the state to discuss strategies to end child exploitation and sex trafficking in Texas.
Congressman Arrington released a statement Friday afternoon after the Trump Administration’s announcement of a Phase One trade deal with China.
A jury handed over a life sentence without the possibility of parole to Marcus Barrios for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child.
Texas Tech quarterback Jett Duffey has entered the transfer portal, a Texas Tech Athletics official has confirmed.
Good morning and happy Friday! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
The U.S. now has the capacity to created 100 Gigawatts of wind power energy and Texas is at the forefront of the production.
H-E-B helped deliver more than 2,000 meals to homebound and elderly Thursday afternoon as part of a new partnership with Lubbock Meals on Wheels.
Police Chief's from our area teamed up to spread holiday spirit by visiting kids in the hospital and dropping off a stuffed animal.
State Troopers joined Santa Claus to deliver gifts to residents of the Lubbock State Supported Living Center.
City Bank passed out $60,000 as part of its Community Rewards Program.
Once a month United Supermarkets puts on workshops for students. They target primary skills students need to pursue the field.
Two men were injured after an explosion Thursday morning at a Brownfield home.
Thursday the Texas Tech Board of Regents approved the construction phase of the Veterinary School of Medicine.
A newborn is in the hospital, and in the state's care, after a mother legally left the child at a fire station.
The Commander William C. McCool Academy will commemorate the Coronado grad's service in NASA.
For most farmers in West Texas, producing cotton is all they know. However, the king crop nearly put hundreds of producers out of business with a harvest reportedly down 20% in yield.
The Nancy Anderson Chapter Daughters of American Revolution is pleased to announce its annual Veteran's Christmas Wreath ceremony will be held Saturday, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial.
The Lubbock Police Department is on the scene of a major crash in the 3800 block of Southeast Drive.
Good morning and happy Thursday! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
The Lubbock Chapter of the NAACP claims the city violates the US code by preventing people from participating in federal housing assistance programs due to their race, color or national origin.