Connect with Ashley Claster on Facebook and Twitter ! The Friday Night Lights are upon us with football season in full swing for area high schools. The New Deal High School Lions are taking on Tahoka Friday night at 7:30 p.m. for the third district game at the school's stadium. FOX 34's Ashley Claster hears from the principal, head coach,
It was supposed to be a routine check-up, but it turned out to be more of an unexpected clash with no check-up. A Lubbock mother said her rights were violated because she was breastfeeding her infant at a UMC's doctors office. On Tuesday, it wasn't so calm for Erin Varghese and her family. "I was just flabbergasted, and in shock,"
In a 4-3 vote Thursday evening at the top of their regular meeting, City Council voted to postpone the first reading of an amendment to the city's public smoking ordinance. That ordinance would put more restrictions on where people can smoke in places like bars and bingo halls. Councilman Floyd Price offering that motion, seconded by Councilwoman Latrelle Joy. Those
LP&L's bid integrity policy regarding a future power generation contract creating more sparks. Mayor Glen Robertson saying Wednesday on the News@Nine that he's learned there's already been a leak from one of the board members. Robertson went on to name Vice-Chairman Jerry Bell as "having informed people of how many bids are out there." Bell responding in a statement to
With a dwindling TX-DOT budget, City Council approving 4-3 a Local Implementation Plan for Lubbock from TX-DOT. That will allow the city to take total control of several roadways that were supplanted by other thoroughways like the Loop and the Marsha Sharpe Freeway. "TX-DOT is running out of funding," Mayor Robertson explained after Thursday night's meeting. "We've got a state
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The Friday Night Lights are upon us with football season in full swing for area high schools. The New Deal High School Lions are taking on Tahoka Friday night at 7:30 p.m. for the third district game at the school's stadium.
A new game in Lubbock opens Tuesday where you only have one goal: get out of the room in an hour or less. "Trapped! Escape the Room" requires communication, riddle-solving and teamwork to win.
In a 4-3 vote, a proposal to further restrict smoking in public places and venues is postponed indefinitely Thursday evening.
NEW YORK (AP) — Investigators are trying to determine why a man attacked a group of New York Police Department officers with a hatchet yesterday before they shot him dead. They've obtained a warrant to search the computer of Zale Thompson for clues about yesterday's daytime assault, which left one officer with a serious head injury. Police say Thompson's activity
WASHINGTON (AP) — The first nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital is free of the virus. The National Institutes of Health says in a statement that Nina Pham is being released Friday from its hospital near Washington. NIH spokesman John Burklow says Pham will make a brief statement during a news conference late
UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas (AP) — A Dallas-area man has taken inspiration from the fear of Ebola for the Halloween decorations at his town house. James Faulk stacked up barrels marked "biohazard," surrounded his yard in University Park, with yellow caution tape and crossed his door and windows with white tape marked "quarantine," re-enacting a scene that's played out at three
NEW YORK (AP) — Officials in New York City are trying to tamp down fears of Ebola, after a doctor was diagnosed with the disease. But some New Yorkers aren't taking any chances. A group of teenage girls riding the L subway train this morning passed around a bottle of hand sanitizer. They said they were taking extra precautions because
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. sales of new homes were essentially flat in September, after the government sharply revised downward what was initially an August surge in buying. The Commerce Department says new-home sales edged up 0.2 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 467,000. The report also revised down the August sales rate to 466,000 from 504,000.