|Lubbock Co. holding school supply drive for Post Elementary
Lubbock County emergency management officials announcing a drive to help support the students, teachers, and families of Post after the fire at Post Elementary Sunday morning.
|Fire damages much of Post Elementary
Much of Post Elementary was damaged by a fire Sunday morning.
Investigators say no one was in the school at the time in the community about 40 miles southeast of Lubbock. There is no school for Post ISD students Monday.
|Major flooding ongoing south of Lubbock
updated 11:17 a.m. - Occasional showers will continue around the South Plains. Meanwhile, major flooding is occurring in Borden County. Get the latest here in the Weather Blog.
|Historic flood in Gail, Borden County Saturday
Around 11 inches of rain fell Saturday alone in Gail. This is on top of a few inches the few days prior, which led to major flooding in the community southeast of Lubbock, north of Big Spring. Video
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|Army widow and children receive fourth Home for Heroes
Kelsey Taylor, widow of Army Staff Sergeant Houston Taylor, receives the fourth Home for Heroes, along with her two children, Rylan, 7, and Avery, 4. Video
|Lower chance for rain next few days
We'll start to dry out next few days. But we could still see a few showers or thunderstorms each afternoon. Get the latest forecast here in the FOX 34 Weather Blog.
|Questions raised after Fiesta's bands go unpaid
A lot of questions are being raised by artists that played in the fiestas Patrias event last Friday, the 12th, after not receiving their expected payments. Video
|More rain this evening, chance for rain next few days
We've had some more heavy rain today across the South Plains. While the chance is lower, we still could get some more rain next few days. Get the latest information here in the FOX 34 Weather Blog.
|Texas TALL, Colin Chopelas
The Texas Agriculture Lifetime Leadership program is uniting our state's agriculture industry. Twenty-seven members from across the state have embarked on the two year journey as TALL XIV. Colin Chopelas told us why he is proud to be Texas TALL. Video