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Buddy Holly: Lubbock's Rock and Roll Luminary and His Everlasting LegacyTheRodriguezTwins NewsNewsBreak Contributor
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Texas cotton farmers push for increased government insurance coverageLBT Jack WolfNewsBreak Contributor
Rendezvous with the Unknown: Revisiting the 1951 Lubbock Lights PhenomenonTheRodriguezTwins NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Beyond the Shadows: The Paranormal Legends of Lubbock's Hell's GateTheRodriguezTwins NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Lubbock’s Mugshot Monday: 100 People Arrested in Just Two Weeks
We are back this week after the hiatus from the Memorial Day three day weekend which only means one thing. A lot of mugshots and things you missed. If you haven't been living in Texas the past two weeks then you might be in Seattle but lately with all the rain it's hard to tell the difference between the two. That's right we have had tons of rain just hitting Texas and hopefully bringing in lots of crops this fall. One downside is all the flooding that's been happening in cities and rural areas. Don't worry though, if you live in Texas then you could take advantage of the situation and start collecting your own rainwater. It's perfectly legal and encouraged in Texas.
Sadly, Every Story Ends As Unique Lubbock Business Calls It Quits
A very unique Lubbock business is set to close by the end of June, according to social media posts. Wild Lark Books (513 Broadway Street), an independent book that focused particularly on local authors, will have its last open day on July 1st. There is currently an inventory reduction sale of 30% off until June 10th.
Beautiful West Texas Airbnb Stays with Pools
Whether you have family coming to visit this summer or are looking for a fun staycation in the Lubbock, there are plenty of great Airbnb options in town. It is also always fun to go swimming on a hot summer day, so why not book a rental with a pool?
Huge, Pot-Smoking Prairie Dog Becomes The Unsung Hero of Lubbock
Lubbock resident, Jay Jones, crochetted a massive stuffed prairie dog, affectionately dubbed "Puff The Prairie Dog". You'll notice, in the video below, that he's also holding a little joint in his hand. He was created to help bring awareness to a local movement that has been gaining popularity and turning heads in the 806.
Man identified in fatal East Lubbock crash on Sunday night
A man died in Lubbock Sunday night, after a vehicle struck a pedestrian in East Lubbock, according to a police news release. About 9:45 p.m. Sunday, June 4, police arrived in the 1800 block of Parkway Drive to a reported vehicle crash with a pedestrian. Officers found Rickey Morrison, 60, with serious injuries. He was transported to UMC, where he was pronounced deceased.
‘It’s too wet’: Local farmers face flooded fields during planting season
LUBBOCK, Texas – Droughts, disease and insects are all common threats to crops. Another issue that we don’t hear about much, but is a reality for some farmers on the South Plains currently is too much rain, which is keeping them from planting. For the more central counties across the High Plains, the final planting […]
The New Lubbock Farmer’s Market Is An Absolute Treasure [Gallery]
I cannot say enough good things about this. The old Lubbock Farmer's Market was located on 19th and Buddy Holly. It had lots of adjacent parking and a wonderful vibe. People could easily see what was being made available and easily get it back to their cars. Really the only complaints I could see about the old location is the (at times) hot asphalt and the smell of old beer and the day-after awkwardness that clubs emit. Those things were a small price to pay for the location, but yes, they were present.
LP&L explains two power outages Monday in Lubbock
Lubbock Power and Light explained two outages Friday in the city – one in the morning and another in the afternoon.
Lubbock Residents Have One Less Reason To Complain About Pride Event
I really hate to use the term "Lubbock residents" because that makes it sound like a lot of people. Generally, there are two to five protesters (and a few loudmouth keyboard warriors) who get upset about the Lubbock Pride event. It's the same old boring stuff and you'd think by now they'd get better at making signs.
How a brand new Texas law will and will not affect Lubbock
House Bill 2127, or the Texas Regulatory Consistency Act, was filed by State Representative Dustin Burrows "to provide regulatory consistency across this state and return the historic exclusive regulatory powers to the state where those powers belong."
Suspect identified in Lubbock weekend chase, child removed
LUBBOCK, Texas– Angel Contreras, 23, was arrested and accused of leading the Lubbock Police Department on high-speed chase Saturday night. According to LPD, officers conducted a traffic stop at 7:41 p.m. in the 100 block of Avenue Q. Contreras “sped off” which led officers on a pursuit, LPD said. The chase came to a stop […]
Tuesday morning top stories: Honor flight veterans return home
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - On Daybreak Today,. Dozens of veterans are back home after taking part in the South Plains Honor Flight. They spent three days in Washington, D.C. visiting the memorials built in their honor. District 6 community meeting. Lubbock City Councilwoman Latrelle Joy is hosting a meeting tonight...
Heavy rainfall possible tonight, mostly dry tomorrow
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - There is a slight chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms in tonight’s forecast. At this time expectations for these storms to become severe are low. Overnight temperatures will be in the upper 50s with partly cloudy skies. Northeast winds will be around 5 to 10...
City of Lubbock hosts a celebration for future Veterans Cemetery
LUBBOCK, Texas — The City of Lubbock announced it will host a celebration for the future Veterans Cemetery at 50th Street, east of East Loop 289 at 10:00 a.m. on June 9. According to a press release, the public will be invited to attend the site for Lubbock’s future Veterans Cemetery.
Monday morning top stories: Pedestrian struck by SUV in East Lubbock dies
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - On Daybreak Today,. Texas Tech will take on #2 Florida in the Regional Championship game in Gainesville, Florida. Details here: Florida tops Texas Tech, forcing Gainesville Regional Title Game Monday. Pedestrian struck by SUV in East Lubbock dies. A pedestrian has died after they were struck...
‘We’re working really hard:’ City of Lubbock asking for patience as rain causes delays in trash service
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Recent rainfall is making it harder for the City of Lubbock’s Solid Waste Department to do its job. It is asking citizens for patience, while mud slows down drivers in alleys, and saturation stops activity at the landfill. What looked like one of the more...
City of Lubbock Solid Waste delays trash pick up due to rain
LUBBOCK, Texas — The City of Lubbock delayed the Solid Waste services due to the abundant amount of rainfall seen in the past week. A press release stated that the soggy and muddy conditions made travel down some alley impossible for the trash trucks in residential areas. The city had to change operating hours at […]
Lubbock welcomes thousands of boxers for USA Boxing National Junior Olympics Tournament
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Boxers from across the nation are in Lubbock this week for the 51st Annual USA Junior Olympics Boxing Tournament. Mike McAtee, the Executive Director of USA Boxing, shared how this sport impacts young men and women. “You are putting the work in when you climb between...
Rainy Pattern Dries Up for the Weekend
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Leftover overnight showers clear up in the west, leaving a clear, sunny, and warm morning prime for popcorn showers in the afternoon. Highs today in the upper 70s and low 80s. Clouds begin to populate the sky toward the end of the morning thanks to daytime...
Pedestrian struck, killed by vehicle at Parkway Drive & Redbud Ave.
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - A man has died from his injuries after he was struck by a vehicle in East Lubbock Sunday night. Just before 10 p.m., officers responded to a crash involving a pedestrian near Parkway Drive and Redbud Ave. Officers found 60year-old Rickey Morrison with serious injuries. He was taken to UMC where he later died.
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