Mike Collier, a professional accountant and CPA, was on the News@Nine Thursday night to talk about his candidacy for State Comptroller. He is a Democratic candidate, running against Republican Glenn Hegar. The statewide election will be held November 4th.
A suspect in a string of home burglaries in South Lubbock is in custody. Police report an officer pulled over a vehicle seen leaving an alley in a neighborhood where a house had been burglarized. LPD reports the driver, 19-year-old Jose Manuel Calderon, had an outstanding warrant and items reportedly stolen from multiple homes this morning in that vehicle. Investigators
An attempt to stop a vehicle for a minor traffic violation led to a pursuit by sheriffs deputies and police. A Lubbock County Deputy signaled the driver to pull over for not wearing a seatbelt. But the driver tried to speed away through the neighborhoods around Lowery field, then west to South Loop 289. The traffic stop was eventually successful
Now that it is certain a new GOP nominee will be needed, the Lubbock County Republican Party is rescheduling its State House District 83 forum, featuring those interested in replacing Charles Perry on the ballot. The forum will now be held Thursday, August 7th at the Vintage Township Town Hall, 120th Boulevard and Trafalgar Avenue. It starts at 7:00 p.m.
It's an emptiness for a Lubbock family. A fter three years they still have no clue as to who took the life of their loved one. Lynn County Sheriff Deputies are hoping to crack the unsolved murder case that has yet to yield any leads. Back in July 2011, it was supposed to be a time of joy and celebration.
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The way you will be billed for storm water runoff is about to change. In a budget worksession Thursday, City Council reviewed the proposal to charge property owners for storm water runoff based on property size.
Not so very long ago, it was known as the "Tech" ghetto. Much has changed over the 15 years that Delbert McDougal and family have redeveloped the North Overton neighborhood.
Now that it is certain a new GOP nominee will be needed, the Lubbock County Republican Party is rescheduling its State House District 83 forum, featuring those interested in replacing Charles Perry on the ballot.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Five people are suing the federal government alleging that an expanded national security screen targeting Muslims has led to lengthy delays and denials in their applications for citizenship and green cards. The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California filed a lawsuit in federal court in Los Angeles Thursday alleging the government doesn't allow immigration officers
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld Entertainment are ending their 25-year-old marketing partnership, as the airline has come under fire from animal rights activists over the relationship. Officials at both companies said Thursday that the partnership wouldn't be renewed at the end of the year when the current contract expires. SeaWorld says the decision was mutual. A Southwest
NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio says now is the time to transform the relationship between New York City's police and its minority communities. De Blasio sat between Police Commissioner William Bratton and the Rev. Al Sharpton Thursday at a City Hall talk on how to reform the NYPD. The discussion was prompted by this month's in-custody death
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The state of Virginia has reached a $212,500 settlement with a University of Virginia student who was arrested after her purchase of water was mistaken for beer. Attorney General Mark R. Herring announced the settlement Wednesday night with Elizabeth Daly, who had filed a $40 million federal lawsuit against agents with the state Alcoholic Beverage Control.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Once-forgotten plaques placed by a Portland police officer in a city park in 1999 to honor five Nazi-era German soldiers have come back to haunt the city. Capt. Mark Kruger threatened to sue the city over texts sent by a top police official to an officer characterizing him as a Nazi sympathizer. Instead of going to