Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
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Playing football at Texas Tech was always a dream for Ty Morrow. His journey to becoming a Red Raider included making the ultimate sacrifice.
A plaque was unveiled at Booker T. Washington Park Sunday afternoon in recognition of a former congressman and Lubbock native.
Frenship students in the construction program will help build the newest home in the Talkington Habitat Addition in East Lubbock.
Police are closing several lanes at 82nd Street and Slide Road Sunday morning for a crash investigation.
Texas Tech finds a second half surge, however, TCU defeats the Red Raiders 33-31.
About 13,000 school districts across the country have been recently attacked in a Pearson Education data breach. According to a 2018 Security Scorecard report, the education industry has the worst cybersecurity vulnerability of 17 sectors in the U.S.
The Monterey Plainsmen are back in the playoffs after missing it last year. According to head coach, Wayne Hutchinson, the team is more motivated than ever.
On Friday, students at Lubbock-Cooper high school welcomed the youngest survivor of the Odessa spree shooting back to the city with open arms.
As part of National Adoption Day, nine adoptive families from across the city celebrated at the courthouse, as they gained permanent legal custody of their children.
A judge has ruled the teenager accused of fatally shooting 10 people at a Texas high school mentally incompetent to stand trial.
Lubbock Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating suspects involved in an aggravated robbery/aggravated kidnapping that occurred at approximately 11 p.m. Nov. 6.
Texas highest criminal appeals court has stopped the execution of inmate Rodney Reed
Claims that a private group has started building its own border wall in South Texas are being questioned by some longtime residents worried that the construction could cause flooding and violate treaty obligations between the U.S. and Mexico. We Build the
The city of Lubbock held a swearing-in ceremony for new police chief Floyd Mitchell in the City Council Chambers today.
It is that time of year again: The holiday shopping season. Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are coming up this month, but statistics indicate you should think twice before leaving your online orders on the front porch.
The city of Lubbock will hold a ceremony honoring the late Congressman Mickey Leland.
Citibus will host several open house events next week to preview the initial route concepts developed as part of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) project.
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents announced that a search committee has been formed to select the next president of TTU's Health Sciences Center.
Students at All Saints Episcopal School and Happy State Bank partnered up to help the Lubbock chapter of the American Red Cross
At least 24 representatives of the the Lubbock County Republican Party Executive Committee members have endorsed Dustin Burrows as District 83's state representative.
The Supreme Court could decide the fate for nearly 1 million young, undocumented immigrants currently protected under the DACA program. Four students from Texas Tech went to Washington D.C. to represent.
Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender Steve Garcia Lopez, 53, was captured on Friday, Nov. 8, in Victoria, Texas. Lopez was wanted for failure to register as a sex offender. He was arrested following a Crime Stoppers tip, and a reward of $3,000 will be paid.