Ride sharing services, like Uber and Lyft are popping up in more cities, and Lubbock is no exception. City Councilwoman, Karen Gibson, said, "They've been working here since this summer and doing well." In August, the ride-sharing app Uber launched in Lubbock. It differs from a taxi. Drivers are independently contracted by the service and use their private vehicles. "Let
"And now all three are not selling anymore, we no longer have synthetic cannabinoids on our shelves," said Crystal Davenport, founder of Plainvew WASP. Just Smokes, last smoke shop in Plainview to remove synthetic marijuana off of it's shelves. "This has been a work in progress over the past several months we have been working on. It started off with
A New Mexico man was killed in a traffic crash near Hobbs Thursday. State Police report a westbound pickup on highway 62/180 struck the back of an eastbound semi that was turning left onto State Road 483. The pickup's driver, 23 year-old, Samuel Bruton of Monument died at the scene. The semi's driver, 35-year old, Mayela Chihuahua from Lovington was
A Lubbock first-grader was treated for minor injuries after he was struck by a vehicle while leaving Bayless Elementary School. Nancy Sharp, LISD Communications Director, reports investigators believe the boy ran into the path of the moving vehicle at 58th and Avenue U. We're told he was not in a crosswalk. EMS took the youngster to the hospital
OSHA investigating reported safety concerns at a Lubbock-based food service distribution company. FOX 34 received an email from a person who claims to be an employee of Dynamic Foods. The message stated an ammonia leak in the kitchen department of the facility Thursday, sickened several workers. EMS and Lubbock fire rescue have no record of any call to respond to
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"And now all three are not selling anymore, we no longer have synthetic cannabinoids on our shelves," said Crystal Davenport, founder of Plainvew WASP.
The sale of all synthetic compounds banned in Plainview
Ride-sharing services, like Uber and Lyft are popping up in more cities and Lubbock is no exception.
MIAMI (AP) — Cuban-American groups opposed to President Barack Obama's plan to normalize relations with the Castro government plan to protest Saturday in Miami. But it's not clear how many people will show up. Only a handful protested in Little Havana on Wednesday when the president's announcement of a host of policy changes toward the communist nation was made. More
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a satellite phone company by a California couple rescued with their sick 1-year-old from a disabled sailboat that was attempting to circle the world. The Union-Tribune reports Saturday that a San Diego judge found a contractual provision requiring any lawsuit against Whenever Communications to be filed in Florida, where
BOSTON (AP) — Nothing has stopped Santa Claus from making his rounds — apparently not even the threat of global thermonuclear conflict. In the spirit of the season, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum has re-released a letter that JFK wrote to a little girl in 1961 reassuring her that tensions with Russia wouldn't thwart Santa. Eight-year-old Michelle
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The search for documents is on for immigrants who may qualify for a work permit and reprieve from deportation under measures President Barack Obama announced last month. Applicants must prove they were in the country continuously since January 2010 — a tall order for many accustomed to avoiding trails. For critics, conditions are ripe for fraud.
NEW YORK (AP) — Low-level arrests remained steady and crime continues to fall even while the NYPD is grappling with its image. Final tallies for 2014 could carry even more weight this year as Police Commissioner William Bratton and Mayor Bill de Blasio deal with the outrage over the police killing of the unarmed Eric Garner, who was black, and