|Stratton withdraws from race, is replaced by daughter on GOP ballot
Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Jean Anne Stratton decided to withdraw from the race for re-election, just one day after her daughter, Margaret Anne Brown, entered the race. Stratton said she has had a change of heart about running for re-election to the job she has held since 2007. Video
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|Animal shelter sees record number of pet surrenders
With only so much space to give, the Lubbock Animal Shelter has had to adjust to housing a staggering number of animals who need a permanent family. Video
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|Reward increased for information that helps find missing teen
Lubbock police are still searching for a woman they say has been missing for more than three weeks.
A reward of $1000, offered to anyone with information that leads to the whereabouts of Zoe Campos, has been increased by the Campos family to $ 5,000. | Zoe Campos Missing Person Information (68.4KB)
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|Nellis inauguration ceremony set for Wednesday
Wednesday will be a special day for Duane Nellis.
Dr. Nellis will be officially inaugurated as Texas Tech University's 16th President. Nellis was hired in March and began working at Tech in mid-June.
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|LISD releases end-of-course exam results
The third round of re-tests for students who have not passed the end-of-course exams required for graduation have just finished.
|Lesser Prairie-Chicken conservation plan up for review this week
Panhandle landowners have a chance this week to become better acquainted with the Lesser Prairie-Chicken conservation plan.
The goal of the plan is to prevent the need to list the bird as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, a decision that is expected to come from the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife by March 2014.
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|No jurors needed for Lubbock courts Wednesday
If you have a Lubbock County jury summons for Wednesday, Dec. 11, there is no need to show up.
The director of court administration reported no juries are needed for Wednesday.
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|Look Around Lubbock: Santa Land lights up holiday season
This free, holiday village offers entertainment for families. Video
|Local GOP slate expands at filing deadline
Late Monday afternoon, former Lubbock County GOP Chairman Chris Winn filed to run against Congressman Randy Neugebauer for a second time. Winn lost to Neugebauer in the 2012 primary, but did win 35 percent of the vote. This time, however, there is a third candidate, Lubbock physician Donald May.
|Grants for road repair topic of public hearing
A public hearing has been set to discuss a state grant to repair damage to Lubbock County roads by oil and gas industry truck traffic.
If County Commissioners accept the grants, they'll have to work fast to designate projects and start repairs. Video