Lubbock County voters line up for early voting with more than 7,200 new registrations

On the first day of early voting for the Nov. 6 election, voters were seen lining up outside polling places across Lubbock.
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A 2011 lawsuit over Texas' beleaguered child welfare system has ping-ponged back and forth between an appeals court in New Orleans and a district court in Corpus Christi.
Workforce solutions to host career expo in Civic Center Tuesday
Workforce Solutions South Plains will host the 18th Annual Career Expo from 8 a.m. to noon on Tuesday inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center, located at 1501 Mac Davis Ln.
Trailer home total loss after Monday morning fire
Officials with the Lubbock Fire Department responded to 11604 University Ave. Monday morning after a house fire was reported in Fort Jackson Mobile Home Estates.


For the second time this month, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has halted an execution days before it was set to proceed.

USGS confirms 4.0 magnitude earthquake northeast of Amarillo

The sunrise wasn't all that greeted Amarillo residents on Saturday morning.
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Man involved in police shootout, 2 hour standoff faces up to 45 years


  Cases of polio-like illness increase to 155, CDC says

The number of suspected of cases of this scary polio-like illness grew by 28 from a week ago.


A coalition of organizations marched to the front of the White House on Monday to rally against what they call an "impending attack" against transgender people.


Beyond the Friday Night Lights: New Home Leopards



KCBD Sports Xtra: Talking Red Raider sports

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The Anton Bulldogs are the End Zone Team of the Week.