Connect with Ashley Claster on Facebook page and Twitter ! You might have seen her little pink trailer at Funky Junk Roundup or at other area trade shows. Wild West Designs has had so much success with her mobile design business, she has decided to open a storefront. FOX 34's Ashley Claster took a tour of the new shop in
You had about a 5% chance of being a victim of crime in Lubbock in 2014. It is an impressive report from the Lubbock Police Department to the F.B.I., if the focus was solely on crime statistics. The numbers dipped in every non-violent category, but crimes of a violent nature all increased. Overall, the report indicated a decline in overall
A suspect arrested after a three-hour standoff with sheriff's deputies, and Lubbock and Wolfforth police is now free on bond. Delbert Wayne Carter, Junior, 59, was charged with attempted capital murder of a peace officer, aggravated assault, and theft of a firearm charges. His bond totaled $105,000. The standoff began with a call reporting a domestic disturbance near FM 179
Texas Tech University ranked among the top ten Texas universities and colleges for providing most value. The study conducted by Smart Asset, a financial data and technology company, ranked Tech seventh. The rankings were determined by comparing average scholarships and grants, starting salary after graduation, tuition, living costs and retention rates. Texas A&M got
Lorenzo ISD opened a new career and technology center offering college credit in electrical trade courses. These technical classes will certify students for technician positions with Briggs and Stratton and Honda. The courses are not limited to Lorenzo students. Superintendent Jerrod Pickering recruiting students from nearby districts and communities. "We have opened up these programs
3/30/2015 2014 LPD Report: Download PDF file at the top of this article . Easy R Equine Rescue Candle Fundraiser Walk MS: Lubbock 3/29/2015 Scootin' America website . You can also follow the trip on Facebook and Instagram by searching #ScootinAmerica The Soldiers of Gods fundraiser/event, "Feed the Flock 2015": 6 p.m., Friday, April 24, at the City Bank Auditorium
You might have seen her little pink trailer at Funky Junk Rounduo or at other area trade shows. Wild West Designs has had so much success with her mobile design business, she has decided to open a storefront.
The dual credit education bill authored by Lubbock state senator Charles Perry passed the senate.
Lorenzo ISD opened a new career and technology center offering college credit in electrical trade courses.
SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco newspaper has received a series of emails from a person claiming responsibility for a California woman's abduction, including one demanding that police apologize to the woman for calling it a hoax. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Tuesday (http://bit.ly/1afbb1r) the anonymous person writes that Denise Huskins' ordeal was real and they want to clear her
SANTA ANA, Calif. — Ride-sharing companies Uber and Wingz have been issued permits to begin picking up passengers at Orange County's John Wayne Airport — one of the first large Southern California airports to allow the service. The Los Angeles Times reports (http://lat.ms/1GcMDC5 ) the pickups began this week. The newspaper says Uber and Wingz were first to apply for
POTTSVILLE, Pa. — Family members and supporters of Mumia Abu-Jamal say the former death row inmate was rushed to a Pennsylvania hospital to be treated for complications from diabetes. Abu-Jamal's wife, brother and lawyers spoke Tuesday outside Schuylkill Medical Center in Pottsville, where he was taken Monday for treatment. They say his blood sugar was dangerously high and he could
SALT LAKE CITY — A proposed plea deal for a former Utah police chief accused of stalking three women has fallen apart during a court hearing. Defendant Thomas Wade Butterfield entered a guilty plea on Monday in Duchesne to one misdemeanor count of stalking in exchange for the dismissal of four other charges. But defense attorney Earl Xaiz objected when
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The parents of a Clemson University fraternity pledge who plunged to his death from a bridge into rocky, shallow water have filed lawsuits against the school, the fraternity and three of its members. The two lawsuits, filed Monday, seek at least $25 million each in damages in the September death of 19-year-old Tucker Hipps, who fell to