It's the last thing any parent wants to hear, your kid may have been kidnapped. On Tuesday, police frantically jumped into action on a reported stolen car with a child inside, but that report ended up being phony. Lubbock police got a call from a man saying his car with his daughter in the front seat were stolen from the
Grand jurors indicted Tuesday a defendant who is charged with assaulting a peace officer during a confrontation of the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant on University Avenue. Police reported on February 11, Charles Timms, 22, hit officer Brandon Smith in the face after the defendant was refused service at both Bikini's restaurant and Buffalo Wild Wings. Desiree Timms, 21, and Rene Perez, 20, were also
While plans are being developed for an outer loop across the South and West outreaches of the Lubbock metro, D istrict one councilman Victor Hernandez requesting that TxDOT look at expanding the roadway to the north and east. Hernandez, in a letter to the agency, said those who live on the north and eastside of the city deserve just as
The United States is in its seventh straight year of declining cattle numbers. and 2014 marks the lowest herd numbers in more than 50 years, just under 88 million head. "I've spent a good majority of my life on this ranch and I've been helping my grandfather build this operation back up after the drought and the fires." Despite cattle
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is teaming up w ith Lubbock Workforce Solutions hosting the 3rd annual youth job fair Tuesday. The event targets area businesses in need of part-time or summer work and who better to fill those positions than teens and young adults. Employers conducted on-site interviews. "This is a lifelong learning experience. We don't want you to just come
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Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Lubbock Workforce Solutions hosting the 3rd annual youth job fair Tuesday.
Police reported on February 11, Charles Timms, 22, hit officer Brandon Smith in the face after the defendant was refused service at both Bikini's restaurant and Buffalo Wild Wings.
District 83 State Rep. Charles Perry is one of those who signed a letter asking his collegue Dan Branch to concede the election for Texas Attorney General
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — CIA Director John Brennan said Tuesday that he still wouldn't rule out terrorism as a possible cause of the disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner last weekend. But the mystery surrounding the disappearance is deepening today -- with word that military radar tracked the plane changing course and crossing Malaysia after it disappeared from civilian
STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — Passengers on an Amtrak train from Boston to Washington, D.C., say they were stuck in Connecticut for about five hours Tuesday because of a mechanical problem. Amtrak spokeswoman Christina Leeds says Train 173 became disabled near Greenwich on Tuesday afternoon. The train had left Boston at 11:05 a.m. and was due in New York at 3:17
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The head of Idaho's Department of Correction is taking a leave of absence as his grandson faces a murder charge in southern Idaho, authorities said Tuesday. Department spokesman Jeff Ray said in a prepared statement that Reinke is taking two weeks' leave, effective immediately, to address his grandson's criminal prosecution. Brent Reinke has led the department
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Water levels are coming back down on flooded rivers in Montana and Wyoming. Authorities are scrambling to restore road access for hundreds of people who were left isolated by high waters. But forecasters are warning that rising temperatures later this week could again increase the runoff from melting snow in some areas. The warm weather in
PHOENIX (AP) — Federal investigators said Tuesday that an Oklahoma man mailed a suspicious package, containing explosives, to famously-aggressive Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio last year. U.S. Postal Service officials said Tuesday that Gregory Lynn Shrader, 55, is accused of sending the package addressed to the Maricopa County sheriff. Investigators say the package was discovered April 11 in a Postal Service