|Paul Walker, actor with ties to Lubbock, dead at 40
The actor best known for the 'Fast and the Furious' movies died Saturday in a fiery car crash. He leaves behind a lot of fans, and people in Lubbock who got to meet him personally when he spent time here.
James Eppler has a remembrance.
|UIL releases alignments for 2014-2016
The University Interscholastic League landscape is changing next year for Texas high school athletics including schools from Lubbock.
The UIL released its new classification system's enrollment cutoff numbers Monday.
|Suspect arrested in Cochran County church fire
The First United Methodist Church in Morton was destroyed by an early Sunday morning fire. The fire is being investigated as an arson.
Cochran County Sheriff Raymond Weber said the call came in shortly after 3 a.m. The fire wasn't put out until mid afternoon.
|Upcoming wintry weather could affect cotton headed to gins
Freezing rain and snow could be headed for Lubbock and the surrounding area this week. Area ginners are at the top of the list of those interested in that forecast. That potential wintry mix could affect cotton headed to gins throughout the South Plains. Video
|Extended stretch of cold weather on the way
A significant blast of cold air will arrive tonight and it'll stay very cold into next week. The secondary issue is some wintry precipitation is possible. Click the Weather Blog for the detailed forecast.
|Universal shuts down 'Fast & Furious 7' production
Universal Pictures has shut down production "for a period of time" on "Fast & Furious 7" following the death of its star Paul Walker, the studio announced Wednesday.
|44th Cotton Grower Achievement Award
Each year the Cotton Grower Achievement Award is presented to a deserving leader in the cotton industry. This is a nation wide honor, and this year the award recognizes a Floyd County farmer. We are introduced to Mr. Eddie Smith. Video
|Lubbock church gives deaf opportunity to worship
We all communicate in different ways, whether it is through radio, television, or telephone. But the story you are about to see shows communication in a different way. One you may not have thought about before. Video
|LISD board president to challenge Perry for District 83 seat
Lubbock business owner and LISD board president Steve Massengale announced Tuesday that he is challenging District 83 State Representative Charles Perry in the 2014 Republican primary. In an extended interview, FOX 34's Jeff Klotzman and Massengale discuss the candidate's legislative priorities, and why he thinks Perry needs to be replaced.
|DPS transition to new office underway
Beginning next week, you will have to go to near the airport to get your driver's license or take the driving test.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is in the process of moving out of it's current location at 1302 Mac Davis Lane to 1404 Lubbock Business Park Boulevard. Video