The Lubbock Fire Department was called out to a home near 2nd Place and Frankford Avenue, where smoke and fire engulfed a home. We are told there were people home at the time of the fire, but are unsure how many. There are no injuries but the house has quite a bit of damage and could be a total loss.
Paul Reynolds told detectives that David Shepard tried to commit suicide just a few days after he murdered Dr. Sonnier. Prosecutors believe the evidence the jury saw supports that claim. In calls made to Crime-Line, former roommate Paul Reynolds told detectives that after Shepard confessed to killing Dr. Sonnier, he tried to overdose on sleeping pills, slit his left wrist
The Office of Dispute Resolution for Lubbock County is putting on the 2014 Healthcare Symposium, an event that continues to grow every year. A variety of topics discussed including if the healthcare system has really changed. One of the presenters, with the Texas Nurses Association, talked about accountable care organizations. "I think we have a long way to go with
Eric Frein, the suspected killer of a Pennsylvania trooper, is now in custody after nearly seven weeks on the run. US Marshals arrested him after he was found hiding in a building at the Pocono Mountains Municipal Airport. He was taken into custody without a struggle, but he was armed with a weapon that was recovered. Frein is accused of
The inmate who strolled away from his trusty assignment in Plainview is back in prison. The 36-year-old, Charlie Davis, was discovered missing on Monday during a routine check at the Regional TDCJ Office. Plainview police captured him this morning after he reportedly knocked on the back door of a home about two miles away from the office. The homeowner called
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The office of Dispute Resolution for Lubbock County is putting on the 2014 healthcare symposium.
Paul Reynolds told detectives that David Shepard tried to commit suicide just a few days after he murdered Dr. Sonnier. Prosecutors believe the evidence the jury saw supports that claim
Halloween spending averages about $125 per household. Between candy, costumes, decorations and other goodies, Halloween can be scary for your wallet... but scary GOOD for the economy.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock indexes are closing higher as big companies turn in encouraging quarterly results. The Dow Jones industrial average rose more than 200 points Thursday, thanks in large part to a big gain in Visa, the Dow's highest-priced stock. The Standard & Poor's 500 index gained 12 points, or 0.6 percent, to 1,994. The Nasdaq composite
CHICAGO (AP) — Hospital doctors and nurses say there are a lot of people turning up at the ER, thinking they have Ebola. At a medical conference in Chicago, they've been swapping stories -- including one about an Ohio woman who thought she had Ebola simply because her husband had worked in Dallas, but not with the Ebola patient. Then
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say the search for additional victims of a small plane crash at the airport in Wichita, Kansas, today will resume when the building that was hit by the plane is stable enough for searchers to enter. Officials and witnesses say the plane lost power after takeoff and crashed into an airport building while trying to
COSHOCTON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio Army veteran who says his pet ducks help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression has been convicted of a minor misdemeanor for keeping the birds. Darin Welker was cited for violating a village ban on keeping farm animals in West Lafayette, about 80 miles east of Columbus. He was found guilty Wednesday and
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — A student accused of breaking into a friend's Pennsylvania home while wearing a yellow Teletubby costume and stealing leftover food is facing charges. Police say the Lehigh University student was dressed as the Laa-Laa character from the BBC children's series when he damaged a door early Sunday in Bethlehem. They say he went into the friend's