Lubbock County taking the lead on mental health recovery in jails across the state
Lubbock County taking the lead on mental health recovery in jails across the state

Lubbock County Sheriff Kelly Rowe said about 90 percent of the inmates that walk through the Lubbock County Detention Center are struggling with some kind of addiction.  

City of Lubbock announces road closure, alternate route
City of Lubbock announces road closure, alternate route

110th Street will be closed between Slide Road and Vinton Avenue to facilitate the installation of a new sanitary sewer line.

City of Lubbock landfills to open late Friday, Nov. 22
City of Lubbock landfills to open late Friday, Nov. 22

The City of Lubbock landfills will open later on Friday, Nov. 22 due to a department-wide solid waste meeting. 

Dunbar Prep students learn life skills through after school programs
Dunbar Prep students learn life skills through after school programs

Students at Dunbar College Preparatory Academy are learning about finances, team work and accountability. 

Meredith Aldis
Suspect in connection to EZ Mart robbery arrested in Nolan County
Suspect in connection to EZ Mart robbery arrested in Nolan County

A warrant was served in Nolan County on behalf of Lubbock Police for aggravated robbery of an EZ Mart on 23-year-old Traven Shamar Madkins.

Good Day Lubbock Wednesday, Nov. 20
Good Day Lubbock Wednesday, Nov. 20

Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34. 

Meredith Aldis
Administrators hold meetings to discuss school's future
Administrators hold meetings to discuss school's future

Lubbock ISD administrators getting feedback on changes to Smylie Wilson Middle School.

Josh Ramirez
One-on-one with new Lubbock chief of police
One-on-one with new Lubbock chief of police

It's a new era for the Lubbock police department, under the guidance of Chief Floyd Mitchell. Fox34 details his priorities, and first impressions, on day seven of the job.

Blair Sabol
Lubbock students to perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Lubbock students to perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Students from Frenship, Lubbock-Cooper and Lubbock ISD will perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade next week, one of the largest parades in the world and seen millions every year.

Tori McGee
City breaking ground on new police substation
City breaking ground on new police substation

The Lubbock City Council approved a resolution between the City and Lee Lewis Construction, Inc. for services related to the construction of three Police Department Substations.

Texas Tech Dept. of English helps students de-stress with licensed therapy dogs
Texas Tech Dept. of English helps students de-stress with licensed therapy dogs

Dogs helped students combat the stress brought on by end of semester exams in Texas Tech's Department of English today. 

Heart of Lubbock Housing to give two homes to Open Door
Heart of Lubbock Housing to give two homes to Open Door

Heart of Lubbock Housing will close soon, but not before doing one more good day. The company has decided to give its two homes to Open Door, an organization focused on ending homelessness in our area. 

Citing opioid abuse, Lubbock County sues pharmaceutical companies
Citing opioid abuse, Lubbock County sues pharmaceutical companies

Lubbock County has taken similar action to other governments around the country, in filing a lawsuit against several drug manufacturers for how they sold and marketed opioids.

Woman indicted for reckless driving that led to a man's death
Woman indicted for reckless driving that led to a man's death

A woman ha been indicted accused of reckless driving that led to a man's death. 

UMC receives awards of excellence from Press Ganey
UMC receives awards of excellence from Press Ganey

UMC Health Systems has been awarded the Guardian of Excellence Award and the Pinnacle of Excellence Award winner by Press Ganey for 2019.

Texas Tech University hosting 61st Carol of Lights ceremony
Texas Tech University hosting 61st Carol of Lights ceremony

Texas Tech University is hosting the 61st installment of its Carol of Lights celebration at 6:30 p.m. December 3rd. The theme for this year is The Night of 20,000 Lights. The event was organized by the Texas Tech Residence Halls Association,

Two arrested in connection to drive-by shooting that injured 6-year-old boy
Two arrested in connection to drive-by shooting that injured 6-year-old boy

Two people have been arrested in connection to a drive-by shooting last week. 

Appeals court denies David Carrillo's new trial request
Appeals court denies David Carrillo's new trial request

The Seventh Court of Appeals in Amarillo denied David Carrillo's appeal for the deaths of his former common-law wife and her boyfriend. 

H-E-B to break ground in Lubbock Nov. 21
H-E-B to break ground in Lubbock Nov. 21

H-E-B will break ground on its newest location at 114th Street and Quaker Ave. in Lubbock on Thursday, Nov. 21.

Police seeking help in finding 17-year-old wanted for involvement in shooting
Police seeking help in finding 17-year-old wanted for involvement in shooting

The Lubbock Police Department is requesting the public’s help in locating 17-year-old Juan Manuel Pineda.

Good Day Good Dog!
Good Day Good Dog!

Good Day Good Dog Aspen!

Kristin Carol
UPDATE: Man arrested following standoff near Smyer
UPDATE: Man arrested following standoff near Smyer

A man is jailed after a standoff in Hockley County Monday.

Man critically injured, two arrested in suspected drug deal in central Lubbock
Man critically injured, two arrested in suspected drug deal in central Lubbock

Police arrested two people following a shooting Monday evening near 45th Street and Boston Avenue. Police believe four people were meeting for a drug deal.

Good Day Lubbock: November 19, 2019
Good Day Lubbock: November 19, 2019

Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.

Kristin Carol
Lubbock ISD introduces plumbing, electrical technology trade programs
Lubbock ISD introduces plumbing, electrical technology trade programs

Lubbock ISD has introduced two new trade programs this year, plumbing and electrical technology. Both jobs are in high demand across the city and beyond. 

Tori McGee
Texas Tech baseball players visit High Point Village
Texas Tech baseball players visit High Point Village

Texas Tech Baseball volunteered at High Point Village, a non-profit that provides a living community for those with special needs. 

Jon Sokoloff

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