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Lynn County producers help in community harvest
A Lynn County producer has been growing cotton for more than 60 years, but he will not be harvesting his crop this year. Kat Rowe has more on how his friends are doing the neighborly thing to help Jimmy and Joy Bragg. Video Video
New Tech political organization sheds light on uninformed students
The newest political organization at Texas Tech sheds like on how uninformed many students are in regards to basic politics. Video Video
FOX 34 Football Friday: Slaton HS Tigers
The Friday Night Lights are upon us with football season starting to wrap up for area high schools. The Slaton High School Tigers are taking on Kermit Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at the school's stadium. Video Video
House fire at 2nd and Frankford
The Lubbock Fire Department was called out to a home near 2nd Place and Frankford Avenue, where smoke and fire engulfed a home.
New evidence showed David Shepard may have attempted suicide
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 Video Video
Office of dispute resolution puts on 2014 healthcare symposium
The office of Dispute Resolution for Lubbock County is putting on the 2014 healthcare symposium. Video Video
Killer of Pennsylvania trooper captured
Eric Frien, the suspected killer of a Pennsylvania trooper, is now in custody after nearly seven weeks on the run.
Plainview Inmate Captured
The inmate who strolled away from his trusty assignment in Plainview is back in prison.
Money Matters: Halloween spending adds up, good for economy
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. Video Video
Look Around Lubbock: Early, safe trick-or-treating at CHCL
The Community Health Center of Lubbock is hosting its 11th Annual Halloween Bash this Thursday, October 30th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The event is free. There will be trick-or-treating for the kids, games, food, music and a costume contest which begins at 6:30. Video Video
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