|Sir Paul McCartney performs Thursday in Lubbock
The British invasion is finally reaching Lubbock. Sir Paul McCartney will rock the stage Thursday night, as part of his Out There tour. Video
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|Millions are insured one year after Obamacare rollout
Hospitals like Covenant and UMC are still incurring costs from the uninsured and those who have no way of paying for medical care. That's because Texas is not one of 27 states that implemented a Medicaid expansion, as part of the ACA. Video
|Lubbock woman found guilty of assault on public servant
The defendant who hit an LPD officer with her vehicle during a stakeout was found guilty Wednesday of aggravated assault of a peace officer.
|Suspect on trial, accused of robbing Tech athletes
One of the suspects accused of robbing two Tech athletes at gun point is on trial.
Vincent Oliva, 28, is facing an aggravated robbery charge. In opening statements, the prosecutor said on May 9, the two students were getting ready for a track meet when they were approached by two men with a gun. Video
|Suddenlink drops Viacom channels from lineup
Suddenlink has cut the cord with Viacom, meaning several channels are now off air for subscribers to the cable provider.
|Anton man charged with murder
An Anton man has been booked into the Hockley County Jail on a murder charge.
|Students protest with bed sheets on campus
Some Texas Tech protestors saying, "No means no" by placing bed sheets in three different areas on campus. The sheets were spray-painted with the words "no means no". Video
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|City of Lubbock reduced to stage one water restrictions
The City of Lubbock eased water restrictions in light of the recent downpours. We are now under stage one restrictions beginning Wednesday. That means you can water the yard a couple of times per week from 6 p.m. to 10 a.m. You can also use water to a maximum of 1.5 inches per week.
|Todd Staples: "Agriculture is a technology leader"
Agriculture is a technology leader, according to the outgoing Texas Ag Commissioner Todd Staples. Video
|Look Around Lubbock: South Plains Honor Flight
More than 140 South Plains military veterans left Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport Wednesday morning on the third annual South Plains Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C. Video