Reports: Claims of controversy follow careers of ME Andrews, Matshes
Reports: Claims of controversy follow careers of ME Andrews, Matshes

Dr. Evan Matshes and Dr. Sam Andrews did not first face controversy at the Lubbock Medical Examiner's office, according to court records and news reports, showing there is a long history. 

Museum of Texas Tech celebrates 90th birthday
Museum of Texas Tech celebrates 90th birthday

The Museum of Texas Tech is turning 90. To celebrate, the museum threw its own birthday party, complete with a presentation on the museum's history, games and live music. 

Lubbock National Bank donates $25,000 to Cactus Theater
Lubbock National Bank donates $25,000 to Cactus Theater

Lubbock National Bank donated $25,000 to the Cactus Theater. Built more than 80 years ago, it hosts a variety of shows including plays, live music productions and musicals.

All Saints presents 35th Annual Hall of Presidents
All Saints presents 35th Annual Hall of Presidents

The second grade class at All Saints Episcopal School showcased its knowledge of the U.S. presidency during the school's 35th annual Hall of Presidents Program. 

Online students learn skills with volunteering
Online students learn skills with volunteering

Texas connections Academy, an online school across the state held it's first service trip and helped out the Ronald McDonald House. Tricia Edwards is a teacher for the academy. She describes it as school from home and not home school. When the service opportunity came up, the kids jumped on it.   "They were asked to do a number of chores just around the house. The Ronald McDonald House provided a list and it included sweeping, mopping, vacuuming and de-germing everyth...

Jon Sokoloff
Tulia Police Officer arrested on stalking charge in Lubbock
Tulia Police Officer arrested on stalking charge in Lubbock

A Tulia Police Officer has been arrested on a stalking charge in Lubbock County. 

UPDATED: Lubbock Fire Marshal's arrest woman for arson
UPDATED: Lubbock Fire Marshal's arrest woman for arson

Lubbock Fire Rescue is responding to an apartment fire in the 5700 block of 4th street.  

Garden and Arts Center to host 2019 Spring Break Art Factory Camp
Garden and Arts Center to host 2019 Spring Break Art Factory Camp

The Lubbock Municipal Garden & Arts Center (GAC), located at 4215 University Avenue, will host a Spring Break Art Camp, Monday, March 11 – Friday, March 15, 2019, from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. 

South Plains Food Bank celebrates Community-Supported Agriculture Day
South Plains Food Bank celebrates Community-Supported Agriculture Day

The South Plains Food Bank GRUB Farm joins other farms from around the country for the third annual CSA Day on February 22.

SPC Scholarship Gala to showcase talented students of Creative Arts Department
SPC Scholarship Gala to showcase talented students of Creative Arts Department

The 21st Annual SPC Scholarship Gala will showcase the talents, professionalism and expertise of students and instructors throughout the evening.

SPC to offer License to Carry class on March 2
SPC to offer License to Carry class on March 2

Press Release:  South Plains College will offer the Texas License to Carry a Handgun class on March 2 (Saturday) in the Law Enforcement Technology building on the Levelland campus.

Governor Abbott releases Texas Music Economic Impact Study
Governor Abbott releases Texas Music Economic Impact Study

Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Music Office today released the 2019 Texas Music Economic Impact Study measuring jobs created by music businesses and music education in communities across the state, as well as total earnings and industry economic activity statewide.  

Two Texas Tech faculty members chosen as YWCA’s 2019 Women of Excellence
Two Texas Tech faculty members chosen as YWCA’s 2019 Women of Excellence

Press Release:  of the 2019 Women of Excellence Awards, the annual honors presented to notable community members by the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) of Lubbock. 

Lubbock, statewide gas prices climb 14 cents this week
Lubbock, statewide gas prices climb 14 cents this week

Gas prices climbed 14 cents, on average, across Texas over the past week. It's the largest such increase since 2017, according to AAA Texas.

Matt Ernst
One killed in crash on North Milwaukee near Shallowater
One killed in crash on North Milwaukee near Shallowater

The Texas Department of Public Safety investigated a major three-vehicle crash Wednesday evening at approximately 7:41 p.m.  

Lubbock City Council meeting to be Held Monday, February 25
Lubbock City Council meeting to be Held Monday, February 25

The second monthly meeting of the Lubbock City Council will be held Monday, February 25, instead of Tuesday, February 26. 

LCU Slam Dunk Hunger fights local hunger
LCU Slam Dunk Hunger fights local hunger

LCU and the South Plains Food Bank team up to Slam Dunk Hunger by collecting donations and cans at the Chap and Lady Chap basketball games this Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. 

INTERVIEW: Arrington says Green New Deal, sovereign debt crisis threaten America
INTERVIEW: Arrington says Green New Deal, sovereign debt crisis threaten America

Warning against Venezuelan-style socialism, Rep. Jodey Arrington (R-Lubbock) said the Green New Deal and other socialism-inspired policies will push the United States into a sovereign debt crisis -- even calling it the modern "Communist Manifesto."

Anthony Hall
Adoptive grandmother confronts ME over autopsy
Adoptive grandmother confronts ME over autopsy

Five months ago, an adoptive grandmother was coping with the loss of her 10-year-old granddaughter. Now she wonders where the remains of her deceased adoptive daughter are. 

Megan Reyna
ME calls previous chief a drunk; Doctor, former co-worker refutes claims
ME calls previous chief a drunk; Doctor, former co-worker refutes claims

A drunk who accepted bribes and used the office to fund his private practice. That's how Lubbock County Medical Examiner Dr. Sam Andrews describes the former chief medical examiner. Meanwhile, a doctor who used to work in the office says the claims are laughable.

Former employee at Lubbock Medical Examiner's office files lawsuit for wrongful termination
Former employee at Lubbock Medical Examiner's office files lawsuit for wrongful termination

A former employee at the Lubbock Medical Examiner's Office is filing a lawsuit for wrongful termination. 

Jonah Tuls
Covenant Children's introduces new Script Center technology
Covenant Children's introduces new Script Center technology

Covenant Children's has introduced exciting new technology to it's patients. Script Center is a vending-machine-like kiosk filled with prescriptions for the hospital's patients.

Daughters of the American Revolution hosts Good Citizen Tea
Daughters of the American Revolution hosts Good Citizen Tea

The Daughters of the American Revolution recognized 15 high school students for their leadership and academics. 

UPDATED: Two Lubbock men killed in rollover west of Santa Rosa
UPDATED: Two Lubbock men killed in rollover west of Santa Rosa

Two Lubbock men died in a single-vehicle rollover on I-40 in New Mexico.

Lubbock National Bank to make donation to Cactus Theater
Lubbock National Bank to make donation to Cactus Theater

Lubbock National Bank will make a check presentation of $25,000 to Cactus Theater on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at 10:00 am. For the third consecutive year, Lubbock National Bank is the lead sponsor for the Cactus Theater.

WATCH REPLAY: News conference on lawsuit filed against NAAG, Matshes, Andrews
WATCH REPLAY: News conference on lawsuit filed against NAAG, Matshes, Andrews

Attorney Kevin Glasheen explained the lawsuit filed by Senee Graves. Watch the news conference in this story.

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