The Hodges Community Center hosted its 11th annual Santa Paws event.
On Saturday, December 7, the Lubbock Police Department will proudly kick off our 12th annual Santa Cops event. This special program pairs first responders with children identified as needing a helping hand this holiday season
For the 12th consecutive year, the Lubbock Police Department and Lubbock County Sheriff's Office have volunteered to spend a day with children identified as needing a helping hand this holiday season, taking them Christmas shopping.
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Editor Emeritus Burle Pettit visits with Kurt Kiser about his book "A Boyhood Dream Realized: Half a Century of Texas Culture, One News Paper Column at a Time"
The First Friday Art Trail brings together artists and art-goers every first Friday of the month. The event is a self-guided art tour, showcasing the work of visionaries from across Lubbock, the nation and the world.
Now, in order to qualify for S.NA.P. benefits, recipients must work at least 20 hours a week. The rule does not apply to elderly applicants, children, people with disabilities, families or pregnant women.
The Copper Rawlings Community Center is hosting its annual holiday bazaar December 7 at 9 a.m.
Vista Bank accuses Reagor-Dykes and its chief restructuring officer of an "ongoing scheme to extort creditors like Vista who already suffered millions in damages due to Reagor-Dykes' criminal actions."
The Silent Wings Museum is showing people how Christmas was celebrated in America during World War II.
Mackenzie Park will be lit up Tuesday, December 10th by the opening ceremony for Santa Land. The ceremony starts at 6 p.m. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be there to turn on the Christmas lights in the winter village to officially mark Santa Land's opening. Ad
In a motion to delay a hearing filed Friday morning, attorneys for the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group claim it has the votes to approve reorganizing and restructuring the business.
Trial continues tomorrow for a man accused of executing his girlfriend in front of her kids.
A Petersburg boy has been found safe after an Amber Alert was issued earlier Friday.
Good morning and happy Friday! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34. CLICK HERE - to watch Good Day Lubbock live. Sunny with highs in the 50's Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said we can expect winds 5-15 mph, mostly clear tonigh
Mark McKenzie, a political scientist and constitutional scholar at Texas Tech, said this impeachment proceeding shows "a lot of hypocrisy" in both political parties. He notes the role reversals between now and President Clinton's impeachment.
Police arrested a student at Smylie Wilson Middle School for bringing a gun to school.
Thanksgiving fell one week later than usual meaning less time for shoppers and shippers alike.
About 50,000 athletes are active in the Special Olympics of Texas program. Executive Director Ashley Pena said they raise 100 percent of the proceeds to keep the program running and that is why they are calling for help to financially commit to the futures of these athletes.
Ashley Dunn confesses to her part in "an extensive check-kiting scheme" involving 19 accounts at eight different banks, and told federal agents she spent the majority of her time processing kited checks.
The Lubbock Police Department’s Crime Suppression Unit recovered stolen checks and money orders that were originally mailed at the Sunset Post Office
The Texas Tech Foundation is adding seven new members to its board of directors.
David Yeager had heart surgery on Monday. By Wednesday, he was doing pretty much everything he wanted to.
Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
News anchor Bill Maddox passed away Tuesday at the age of 81.