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With more than 70 years as a Boy Scout under his belt, Arlan Womble cherishes the life lessons the organization instilled in his life. Comment?
An Amarillo man has been indicted on federal money laundering and multiple weapons charges linked to illegal gambling operations and $7,500 in bribes paid to an unidentified law enforcement officer. Comment?
A group of concerned Lubbock citizens and families with children in the Boy Scouts of America will rally at noon Friday, May 17, against allowing openly gay boys from serving as members of the organization. Comment?
Deciding on this year's headliners for Homer's Backyard Ball was one of the easiest decisions its board has ever made. Comment?
Conservation groups and government agencies will host two meetings this week to educate the public on the application and ranking processes involved in the Conservation Reserve Program as well as ways to improve the existing CRP for wildlife. Comment?
Officials announced Airgas had removed all of the liquid in the leaking container at Bayer CropScience by 6 p.m. Thursday, May 9. The pressure that remained in the leaking tank had been reduced to the point where the leak had stopped, according to a Lubbock city news release. Comment?
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals rejected convicted murderer Rosendo Rodriguez III's attempt to win a new trial in his death penalty case. Comment?
A specialized hazardous materials team from Dallas is coming to Lubbock to deal with a potentially dangerous chemical acid spill at the Bayer Crop Science facility on Erskine Street just east of Interstate 27 this morning. Comment?
Lubbock police have released the name of a motorcyclist killed Monday night in a five-vehicle wreck at 19th Street and Quaker Avenue. Comment?
Lubbock police have released the name of a man stabbed to death during a Sunday morning brawl in East Lubbock. Comment?
Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas' recent announcement it would open a Lubbock location with franchise partner Triple Tap Adventures prompted questions about Triple Tap's plans for Amarillo. Comment?
A Lubbock man who admitted to police he robbed two banks and a credit union since last September is scheduled to appear Thursday in federal court in Amarillo. Comment?
As the George W. Bush Presidential Center is set to debut at Southern Methodist University, area leaders recalled the Lubbock area's $100 million offer to host the center near the former president's West Texas roots. Comment?
The fate of the 20-year-old institution, which brings about $1 billion a year to the state, briefly was in doubt Tuesday when, in a surprise move, a slim majority in the 150-member Texas House of Representatives voted against a bill to reauthorize the existence of the Lottery Commission for another 12 years. Comment?
A federal grand jury handed down a five-count indictment against a California man on Thursday, alleging several federal false identification and fraud charges. Comment?
More than 250 new job opportunities are coming as a result of the expansion of one local business and the relocation of one new business to Lubbock. Comment?
The theatre will feature eight screens with state-of-the-art digital sound, RealD 3D projection and 35mm projection in select auditoriums, and an adjacent stand-alone bar, and lounge space. Comment?
Amarillo and El Paso ban all use of hand-held wireless devices while driving but in Canyon, Pampa and about two dozen other communities in the state the only cellphone prohibition for motorists is texting. Comment?
Experts will be traveling the region this week to for assessment meetings to help diagnose just how bad the situation is. Comment?
For Ronnie Rice, showing CR Tuff Hearted Cat is the cutting horse equivalent of owning a thriving business in a tough economy. Comment?