The teen hit by a truck is now practically back to her old self. She's your typical teenager. "I'm really loud and crazy and obnoxious, I don't know," Kennedy Reeves said. Reeves, 18, dealing with most things a high school senior goes through like finals and college applications and well, with the addition of one detail. "I feel pretty good
Live long and prosper. Leonard Nimoy did just that, before his death on Friday at age 83. He's best known for those pointy ears and lack of emotion as Spock in the original Star Trek TV series and movies. He had an acting career that spanned nearly seven decades. RAMAR Communications station MeTV will be airing a weekend of shows
Traffic if it can be called that moved at a cautious crawl Friday. No major wrecks reported in the city, just a few minor mishaps. Some vehicles were stranded while others just sliding around. Lubbock Police didn't respond to as many mishaps. There were 83 crashes Thursday within the city limits. At last check, DPS responded to five crashes. Two
With these plummeting temps made even more severe due to the snow cover. Lubbock's homeless struggling to keep warm. High Cotton, The Salvation Army and Carpenter's Church working together to get as many people off the streets during this weather. "I think a lot of people are grateful they have a place to go and a warm place to sit
With classes cancelled most kids took advantage of the snow day enjoying the outdoors but Haley Jo Perez was stuck indoors recovering from her latest round of chemotherapy. "No, I want to go back now. I miss my teacher and my friends," Haley Jo said. Missing school and sports is never easy for any active eight-year-old. Haley Jo though isn't
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A rare snow day for Texas Tech students.
With these plummeting temps made even more severe due to the snow cover. Lubbock's homeless struggling to keep warm.
A dozen Lubbock Police officers ready for duty.
TYRONE, Mo. — A southern Missouri sheriff has identified the final three victims in a shooting rampage that left seven people dead before the gunman killed himself. Texas County Sheriff James Sigman announced Saturday that 68-year-old Darrell Dean Shriver; his son, 46-year-old Carey Dean Shriver; and Carey's wife, 44-year-old Valirea Love Shriver, died in the violence that began late Thursday
DALLAS — Freezing rain has coated parts of Texas and Oklahoma for a second-straight day, leaving highways slick and hundreds of flights canceled at one of the nation's biggest airline hubs. Nearly 1,000 flights have been canceled Saturday at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after some 600 flights were called off Friday, forcing about 5,000 travelers to spend the night at
FAIRBANKS, Alaska — A blind dog who wandered away from her Ester home during a cold snap has been reunited with her owner. The 11-year-old Labrador retriever named Madera ventured away from home on Feb. 6, when the temperature dipped below 40 degrees. Her owner Ed Davis says he didn't expect to find her alive. Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://ow.ly/JLEQr )
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Federal authorities have seized more than 15 tons of marijuana in a near-record bust at a border crossing in Southern California. The Los Angeles Times reports Saturday that more than 1,200 packages of marijuana valued at nearly $19 million were seized this week from a truck-trailer carrying mattresses and cushions at the Otay Mesa border crossing.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's top investigative body says it's looking into several possible motives for the killing of a prominent opposition figure. Boris Nemtsov, a sharp critic of President Vladimir Putin, was gunned down near the Kremlin today. Other government opponents are calling it an assassination, while Putin calls it a provocation. Investigators say the possible motives include an attempt