A&M Forest Service Department of Defense Firefighter Property Program
Money Matters: Click here for Visit Lubbock's Independence Day Blog
Click here to make a donation to the Community Health Center of Lubbock's new building fund.
Click here for a map of the 4th on Broadway event.
National Ranching Heritage Center Summer Youth Classes
Boy Scouts of America South Plains Council
4th on Broadway events
New Mexico Department of Health tuberculosis questions call (505)827-2473/2471 or (505)827-0006
Skin cancer detection
Lubbock Juneteenth events
New Mexico State Police can be reached at 575-762-1305 or 575-461-3300.
Texas Ag Commissioner Report on Nutrition changes, just click here.
Covenant Asthma Series
When: 6 p.m. on June 18, July 7, July 16, August 4, August 20
Where: Covenant Children's, 4000 24th St., Room 104 South
For information or to reserve a place, call (806) 725-4903(806) 725-4903 or (806) 725-0110(806) 725-0110.
To report tall weeds or grass on private property you can call 311 or you can call 775-2111. You can also visit the City of Lubbock website to submit a request.
You can find more information at the Carpenter's Church website.
If you have any information that you want to submit to law enforcers, call CrimeLine at (806)741-1000(806)741-1000. For other ways on how to submit an anonymous tip, view this website.
To find locations and times for meals for your children during the summer months you can go to the LISD website.
Lubbock's Papa John's pizza locations will be holding a fundraiser this Saturday, June 13 for Mark Ysasaga's family. Customers ordering online can get a 30 percent discount off the regular price of a pie and 20 percent of the proceeds will go to the Ysasaga family. When ordering online just use the promo code PizzaNight30203.
You can register online for the course at the Salvation Army website.
More information on West Texas Salute to Veterans event
To help prevent running out of food again this year, Weaver is appealing for donations. Five dollar pre-filled grocery bags can be purchased at any Lowe's Supermarket, and monetary donations can be made at spfb.org or by texting "ishare" to 41444.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for any info that leads to the recovery of the Mark Ysasaga's body. You can go to the Crimeline website to submit an anonymous tip.
If you want to apply for aid from FEMA, you can get more information at their website or by calling (800) 621-3362(800) 621-3362 FREE.
2015 Parade of Homes ticket information
The search for Mark Ysasaga's body is still an ongoing investigation and there is a $10,000 reward for info. If you know anything about the case or where Ysasaga's body may be you can call Crimeline at 741-1000 or submit a tip online.
Click here to be directed to LPD Officer Corey Owens's GoFundMe donation page.
The Inside-Out Foundation has the details of it's "Old Folks can BOOGIE, too! 2" event on its website.
For more about the Texas 4000 team and its route for cancer awareness, check their website.
If you have any information about murder suspect 38-year-old Franscio Javier Moreno Gutierrez, aka "Javier Moreno"... Call the Parmer County Sheriff Office at (806) 481-3303(806) 481-3303.
For more information on NEIDS, just click here.
If you know anything about either of the convenience store robberies Thursday night or know the bandits call Crimeline at 741-1000 or go to their website for more ways on how to submit an anonymous tip.
Lubbock County residents that live outside the city of Lubbock and received any amount of damage to a home or commercial property, are urged to call the Lubbock County Office of Emergency Management.
This will allow the county to conduct damage assessments to submit to the state and FEMA.
That number is: 806-775-1911806-775-1911
For a information on how to prepare for disasters, click here.
You can donate to Summer of Sharing by visiting the South Plains Food Bank website or texting "iShare" to 41444.
LULAC State Convention and Ribbon Cutting information
To find out when NTS's fiber optic network will come to your neighborhood, click here.
The Scouts office at 30 Briercroft Office Park, will be open Wednesday and Thursday until 7 p.m. accepting diapers, baby food and cases of water.
To donate to the Red Cross, click here.
If you have any information you're asked to call crime line at 741-1000. You can also submit a tip through the Crime Line website.
If you know who those WWII medals belong to, contact LPD.
More info on the Special Olympics Torch run, click here.
To find out if your vehicle is affected by the Takata airbag recall, check the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website.
To report tall weeds or grass on private property you can call 311 or you can call 775-2111. You can also visit the City of Lubbock website to submit a request.
For more information on becoming a tissue donor, call the Galveston Burn Center at 409-770-6977409-770-6977.
To donate to Shriners Children's Hospitals click here.
Humane Society of West Texas's website: click here; and phone number: (806) 799-7387(806) 799-7387
Premier High School: website
2015 Lubbock Parade of Homes:
Tickets are available at First Bank and Trust and also at the entrance of each development. Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for children age 2-12. Under 2 is free.
For more information, visit the website
or Facebook page
If you have any information call the crime line at 741-1000. You can also submit a tip online.
To donate to Nepal relief, visit Hope Baker's Go Fund Me or click here.
If you have information on the missing teenager, Mika Roberts, from Lea county contact Lea county police at (575)396-3611(575)396-3611.
The American Red Cross has established the following website for individuals in impacted areas, click here.
Scuba Certification at Southwest Aqua Sports
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness in Lubbock
Support Shriners Hospitals for Children
Road Closures: US 87 SB is now open from US 380 at Tahoka to the Dawson county line. This will remain in effect until 11:45 p.m., Tuesday or when we are able to open US 87 from Lamesa to Tahoka.
US 87 in Lynn county is closed from FM 41 in Lubbock county to Dawson county.
US 62 in Gaines county in the town of Seagraves. Traffic is being detoured from US 62 to SH 83, east to County Road 113, north to US 62.
FM 597 in Hockley county is closed from the Cochran county line to FM 303. Traffic is being turned around.
FM 2008 in Garza county is closed at a low water crossing approx. 3.75 miles south of FM 651. Traffic is being turned around.
FM 835 in Lubbock county is closed at the Buffalo Lake canyon. Traffic is being detoured onto FM 3020 to Spur 331 and then back to FM 835.
FM 179 in Dawson county is closed from the Lynn county line to US 87 in Lamesa. Traffic is being detoured to SH 137 at Lamesa.
US 180 in Dawson county is closed from FM 829 to SH 137. Traffic is being detoured onto SH 137 to FM 2052 to FM 829 then back to US 180.
US 87 in Dawson county at the intersection with FM 1066. Traffic is being detoured at Lamesa onto SH 137.
Visit Lubbock Facebook page
Live Love Lubbock
Support Shriners Hospitals for Children
For more information on the Lazarex Cancer Foundation or for ways you can help, visit this website.
To donate to the victims of Nepal, click here.
Fox 34 Your Health: Preventing sports-related injuries
Nepal Recovery Relief
Donations can be brought to the office at 1818 N. Blvd. or call 806-741-0404806-741-0404, or donate online here.
Beginning Saturday, guests of all United Family® stores in West Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth and New Mexico will have the opportunity to participate in relief efforts for victims of the recent earthquake in Kathmandu, Nepal, by making donations in-store
From Saturday, May 2 through Sunday, May 10, guests can support the relief effort by adding a financial contribution of $1 or more to their bill during checkout at any United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, United Express and Albertsons Market locations.
Texas Tech Health Sciences Center: Collection location: Room 2C187 in Lubbock
· Personal items (new or lightly used): adult clothing, children's & baby clothing, disposable diapers, blankets, tarps to use for tenting
· Toiletries (new & unused): toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, lotion, hand sanitizer, baby wipes
· Medical Items (new & unused): over the counter topical wound care dressings and ointments
Texas Tech Aid Nepal
Women's Self-Defense Class Registration: Contact UMC Activities Center at 783-8829 or Julie.Dominguez@umchealthstystem.com
To donate through Texas Tech University for the Nepal relief efforts you can click on this link.
If you have information on the T-Mart robbery you can call CrimeLine with information 741-1000. For more ways to submit tips anonymously click on the link here.
Lubbock Relay for Life
For a timeline of FOX34 stories about the Dalton Debrick case, click these links in descending order:
18-year-old found dead in central Lubbock home
Texas Tech fraternity shuts down
Tech student's death ruled an accident
No indictment on incoming Texas Tech student death
Debrick investigation part 1: Texas Tech University
Debrick investigation part 2: criminal court
To buy tickets for Texas Tech Equestrian Center 2015 Spring Roundup, click here.
Direct information about safe prairie dog relocating to FaverGray at (904)208-2023(904)208-2023 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To sign your kids up for Lemonade Day you can sign up through this link.
Contact Crimeline at 741-1000 with information on a moving vehicle hit with a shotgun fire Tuesday. For other ways to anonymously submit a Crimeline tip you can visit the Crimeline website.
Spring into Healthy Living Fair: for more information or to volunteer call 806-470-2988806-470-2988
Coronado 50 Year Anniversary Run/Walk Registration
Financial Literacy Calculator
Info on Hub Performing Arts School
More info on help when dealing with domestic violence is available from the Legal Aid Society of Lubbock.
Mara's GoFundMe Page
For more info on the Voice of Hope, click here.
Symptoms of botulism are: double vision, blurred vision, drooping eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, dry mouth, muscle weakness/ descending paralysis, difficulty breaking/shortness of breath. Report any suspect case to the Department of Health at (505)827-0006(505)827-0006.
Donate Life America
If you've recently had a storage unit or trailer burglarized, contact Seminole Police Department at: 432-758-9871432-758-9871
Dentistry from the Heart
For more information about the Nisour Square shooting, visit this website.
To read in-depth postings on the shooting and the defendants, visit the Raven 23 support site.
To apply for the new AT&T jobs, click here
If you have any information you can call 1 - 800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-53241-800-225-5324 FREE) or submit a tip online by clicking on this link.
For ways you can donate to Tank's cause, visit his GoFundMe website.
For more information about the adoption process, look at the Humane Society of West Texas Website.
Atypical Hus Foundation
Lubbock Dream Center ribbon cutting: Monday, 4/13, 4:30 p.m., at 30th & Ave. L.
Taya Kyle will speak at the City Bank Coliseum, Friday, 4/17, check-in at 5:30 p.m. For information, visit Trinity Christian School's website.
My Father's House is short on volunteers if you would like to give your time, just click here for more info on the non-profit.
Third Annual Buckner Benefit Tea
Sunday, April 19, 2015
Texas Tech-McKenzie Merket Alumni Center
Ticket Prices: $30 to purchase tickets or sponsorships click here.
If you saw someone matching that description around 127th and Avenue L late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning call crime line at 741-1000. You can also submit a tip online here.
Depression management mobile apps
Texas DPS also sends out email alerts. To subscribe, you can visit the DPS website here.
For more information on this weekend's teacher job fair you can contact the LISD Human Resources Department at (806)219-0040(806)219-0040 or email the office at YourNextChapter@LubbockISD.org.
Call Crime Line if you have information on the suspected aggravated kidnapping from earlier this week at 741-1000 or click here for other ways to submit a tip.
Stand Up for Kids
Call Crime Line with the identity of the suspect police are searching for in relation to a possible kidnapping at 741-1000, or click here for other ways to submit a tip.
Go Red for Women
Contact Crimeline at 741-1000 with information on the multiple shots fired early Thursday morning at ahome and its two vehicles. For other ways to anonymously submit a Crimeline tip you can visit the Crimeline website.
Contact Crime Line for information on the reported robbery at the Tmart on 34th and the Interstate
Planning and Zoning Committee hearing arguments on Thursday, 4/2, to allow hens as pets in residential areas.
2014 LPD Report: Download PDF file at the top of this article.
Easy R Equine Rescue Candle Fundraiser
Walk MS: Lubbock
Scootin' America website. You can also follow the trip on Facebook and Instagram by searching #ScootinAmerica
The Soldiers of Gods fundraiser/event, "Feed the Flock 2015":
6 p.m., Friday, April 24, at the City Bank Auditorium
Entrance is free, raffle tickets are $25. For more information, contact President Jeremy Perry at (806) 831-3450(806) 831-3450, or visit the event's Facebook page.
For more information about Special Olympics Texas or how to get involved, visit their website here.
Town hall meetings with Rep. Dustin Burrows are as follows:
The forums are Saturday in Gaines county, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at Seminole City Hall.
Then in Terry county, from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. at the Court House Annex in Brownfield.
In Lubbock at the Science Spectrum, from 1:30 to 3 p.m.
In Lynn County from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. at the Tahoka Housing Authority.
In Mitchell County from 7 to 8:30 at the City National Bank Building in Colorado City.
You can check out the itinerary at abcrodeo.com.
To learn about Christopher Rodriguez's drought research, click here.
Lubbock Rep. Dustin Burrows's town hall meetings:
Set for Saturday, 3/28:
Gaines County: 8:00 - 9:30 a.m., at Seminole City Hall
Terry County: 10:15 - 11:45 a.m., at the Courthouse Annex in Brownfield.
Lubbock County: 1:30 - 3:30 p.m., at the Science Spectrum
Lynn County: 3:45 - 5:15 p.m., at the Tahoka Housing Authority.
Mitchell County: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m., at the City National Bank building in Colorado City.
City of Lubbock Stage 1 Water Restrictions:
* Landscape irrigation allowed during two assigned days per week
* Irrigation schedules are based on the last digit of the house address:
Addresses ending in 0, 3, 4, or 9 – Monday and Thursday
Addresses ending in 1, 5, or 6 - Tuesday and Friday
Addresses ending in 2, 7, or 8 – Wednesday & Saturday
* Soaker hoses, drip irrigation, and hand watering are allowed any day at any time
* City operations and wholesale customers must adhere to restrictions.
* Variance applications for irrigating new landscape material are available at water.ci.lubbock.tx.us/waterrestrictions.aspx.
In addition, on April 1st, the City’s annual water conservation measures begin. These measures include:
* On your scheduled watering days, irrigation is allowed from midnight to 10:00 a.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to midnight.
* No irrigation is allowed between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on any day from April 1 to September 30.
* Irrigation must be applied without significant runoff.
* Irrigate less than 1.5 inches of water per week.
* Do not irrigate during precipitation events.
The City of Lubbock asks that all residents and businesses continue to be considerate and efficient with their water usage in an effort to conserve water and reduce overall demand so we can preserve our water supplies for many decades to come.
The university's emergency online page has information on what to do in case of an emergency, during and after the incident.
You can log on to the Attorney General of Texas webpage to learn about frauds and scams taking place or file a consumer complaint.
The prom queen dress giveaway starts at 5 p.m. March 26 at the Talkington Life Center. The Talkington Life Center is located at 1109 30th street.
If you have any information on College Heights Baptist Church's missing trailer, contact Pastor Rick Honea at 806-438-4856806-438-4856.
Healthy Living in the Real World:
For more information on Senate Bill 149, the graduation panel legislature, click here.
For more information on LPD and the process of becoming a member, click here.
To participate in the Lubbock Area Foundation's community survey, click here.
Lonestar CPR and First Aid Training: To contact Tyler Bains, call 239-7616 or email email@example.com
Remaining Meeting Locations On Possible Interstate-27 Expansion:
Midland International Airport Media Room
(across the catwalk, 3rd floor) 9506 La Force Blvd.
Midland, TX 79706 Friday, March 20, 2015 9 a.m.
T&P Conference Room
200 E. 3rd St.
Big Spring, TX 79720 Friday, March 20, 2015 1:30 p.m.
Community Room 2395 E. Main St.
Eagle Pass, TX 78852 Monday, March 23, 2015 1:30 p.m.
TxDOT San Angelo District Office
Building E Training Room
4502 Knickerbocker Road
San Angelo, TX 76904 Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:30 p.m.
To see the full list of hospitals in the "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare," click here.
Lemonade Day is May 9th. To sign your children up you can go to the Lemonade Day website.
To view the accreditation report click here.
Blue Bell ice cream recall
To read the Texas Department of State Health Services announcement, click here.
Better Business Bureau: 806-763-0459806-763-0459
You can call the Voice of Hope hotline at (806) 763-RAPE (7273) or there office at (806) 763-3232(806) 763-3232.
Below is a list of devices and serial numbers associated with them:
DMQLXT84F4YH Silver 16 GB iPad
DMPMQP3TF4YD Grey 16 GB iPad
DLXNPT1WG5VJ Space Grey iPad
DMPMW3V6F4YD Space Grey 16 GB iPad
DMRNRC1RG5VW 64 GB iPad Air
DMPNWPQYG5VW Space Grey 64 GB iPad Air
DLXNNBAEG5Y2 Gold 16 GB iPad Mini
DLXNJMFRG5W Gold 16 GB iPad Air
RELEASEDLXNP4ACG5Y2 Gold 16 GB iPad Mini
DLXNP0S8G5Y2 Gold 16 GB iPad Mini
DLXNW215G5VY Silver 64 GB iPad Air
DMPN99DDF4YD Space Grey 16 GB iPad
DLXMW3JQF4YH Silver 16 GB iPad
F85LLD75FPFL Black 16 GB iPad Mini
F4KMWCMZFCM8 Silver 16 GB iPad Mini
DMPNFDH6G5W Gold 16 GB iPad Air
DLXM202TFLMK Silver 16 GB iPad Mini
If that number matches any of the stolen iPad serial numbers contact Detective Curtis Wadkins at: 806-775-2842806-775-2842.
Wallet Hub Study:
For the full report, please click here.
To calculate the ROI on parks and recreation spending, we used the following formula:
Parks & Recreation ROI = Total Parkland Acreage within City Limits/Total Parks & Recreation Expenditures
Note: Total parkland acreage within city limits refers to the area of parkland managed by the city.
The second neighborhood meeting on storm water will be held March 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Lakeridge United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall located at 4702 82nd street.
You can call 911 and ask to speak to a detective if you have any information on the Clovis fatal shooting case. To send a tip via text message use the keyword TipCD followed by the crime tip to CRIMES or 274637. To submit an anonymous tip via computer or smartphone you can go to www.tipsubmit.com or call Curry County Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000575-763-7000.
Lubbock ISD police are looking for a person of interest linked to a theft at an elementary school last Friday, you can contact LISD police at (806) 219-0200(806) 219-0200.
To order tickets for the Lubbock Boys And Girls Club's Outback Steakhouse Dinner, call 792-2880.
For fire safety tips, visit this website.
To report a pothole to the city streets department call 311 or (806) 775.2608.
Friends of Scouting Luncheon for the South Plains Council Boy Scouts of America
For more information, please contact Nathan Baie (806) 747-2631(806) 747-2631.
Colon Cancer Prevention & Awareness
Visit:American Cancer Society
Call: 1-800-227-23451-800-227-2345 FREE (toll free National American Cancer Society Information Center open 24/7)
Lemonade Day registration: website
Lemonade Day is May 9.
Beans and Cornbread Luncheon 2015
Texas Department of Agriculture Young Farmer Grants:
Information and application: click here. These are due by 5 p.m., March 10.
Feed Your Body and Soul Week: TTU Counseling Center
Accolade Homecare and Hospice heart health screenings:
For more information call Accolade Home care at 806-791-2100806-791-2100.
To bring NEIDS to your school or organization, email Vern Pharr: Vern.Pharr@umchealthsystem.com
Events for Coach Jim White at LCU
To participate in the petition to improve Lubbock Animal Services, click here.
Get tickets for the Monster X Tour for Friday or Saturday
Cecilia Abbott in Lubbock:
More info on Sondra's Song, click here.
Tickets are $50 per person for the event and can be purchased at Select-A-Seat beginning Feb.16. Sponsorships also are available.
LCU Jim "Blanco" White McFarland Event : More info, click here.
Click here for 4th on Broadway details
"A Salute to an American Hero" Event: More Info click here.
Lynn County Deer Shot:
Tips can be anonymously reported via the Operation Game Thief hotline:
Call 1-800-792-42631-800-792-4263 FREE (GAME), or Text to TIP411. Enter "847411" in the "TO:" box
Preface the text with "TPWD", then your message and press send.
Click here to view the Forbes article.
Carwash Info for Inside Out Foundation:
Friday February 6th - Saturday February 7th, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Mighty Wash location at 6212 19th Street
For more info on the Inside Out Foundation, click here.
Wear Red Day:
Living Heart Healthy
More details on "Icaris at the Edge of Time" and Professor Brian Greene
Valentine's Day events with Lubbock Parks and Recreation
AT&T Jobs: Apply here
Lubbock Federal Court Judge: Apply here
NTSB Preliminary Report on the Prison Bus Crash
Donate to the Institute for Creative Learners
Villa Del Norte Public Meeting:
Wednesday, January 27 at 6 pm in the Guadalupe Room at St. Joseph Catholic Church.