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Beloved Texas School Librarian Is Discovered Dead by Her Daughter, and Cop Husband Is Suspect

Belinda Hernandez led an enriching life but never lost sight of the dream she carried in her heart. “I was very happily married; I loved my children,” she reflected in a 2014 interview with the Houston Chronicle. “But I always had my one regret. I wished I had gone to college and become a teacher.”


ADA ramp work in Littlefield set to begin this week

LITTLEFIELD, Texas (NEWS RELEASE) - The following is a news release from TxDOT:. Work on a Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) project to improve sidewalk curb ramps on FM 54 is set to begin [this] week.


Texas Officer Accused Of Giving Homeless Man Dog Poop “Sandwich” Wins Appeal

SAN ANTONIO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A San Antonio police officer fired in 2016 amid allegations he tried to give a homeless man a sandwich filled with dog feces won his appeal but hasn’t been reinstated.


Man jailed in Central Texas charged in rest area murder

MARSTON, Mo. (AP) A Missouri man jailed in Central Texas is now charged with killing a woman at an Interstate 55 rest area in October. The Sikeston Standard Democrat reports that 27-year-old Eliot Bonner of St. Charles, Mo., was charged Friday with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and unla


Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick teases multiple special sessions unless Texas enacts 'substantial' tax relief

AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says state lawmakers must enact "substantial" tax relief even if it means working overtime. On Sunday, Patrick sent his supporters an email urging the Texas Legislature to convene a special session if it does not pass one of several property tax relief bills before it's


One of Texas' most-wanted sex offenders arrested in Pleasant Grove

One of Texas' most-wanted sex offenders was arrested in Dallas last week after more than seven months on the lam. Zachary Michael Boyett, 24, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon at a Pleasant Grove home.


Texas Mom Is Mauled to Death by Her 2 Pit Bulls, Who Are Then Shot by Police

A 33-year-old woman was mauled to death Saturday by her two pit bulls, who’d been quarantined earlier this month after a biting incident in Irving, Texas, according to a police statement.


I-27 bridge work expected to last 12 months

ABERNATHY, TX (KCBD) - The Texas Department of Transportation has started work on a $2.88 million project that will close off various lanes for about a year on Interstate 27 in Lubbock and Hale counties.


Lions Club bringing circus to Hale Center

The Hale Center Lions Club is bringing the circus to town. The club will host the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus at Caudle Park in Hale Center on Friday. Performances are scheduled for 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.


Severe storm moving toward Lubbock, warmer this weekend

LUBBOCK, Texas - We're watching one severe storm that's been moving across southern Hockley County. It'll likely produce at least 1"-diameter hail. The storm is moving ENE around 25 to 30mph.


Levelland FD mopping up building fire in Ropesville

ROPESVILLE, TX (KCBD) - The Levelland Fire Department says they are mopping up after a fire started inside a building off of 6282 in Ropesville. Wolfforth Fire also responded for mutual aid.


AREA BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: Whirlwinds blow by Mustangs

FLOYDADA – Angel Cervera was a triple shy of the cycle to lead the Floydada Whirlwinds baseball team to a 16-7 win over the Olton Mustangs. Cervera also collected four RBI and sored two runs. Emmanuel Torres went 3-for-4 hitting with two runs scored and drove in four runs, while Eric Johnston triple


WANTED WEDNESDAY: Hockley County searching for Joshua Hinson

HOCKLEY COUNTY, TX (KCBD) - The Hockley County Sheriff's Office is searching for Joshua Hinson, wanted on a felony warrant for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon. Hinson is 5′9, 225 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.


Wolverines hunting one seed in 1A Play-offs

The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity baseball team is entering its fourth year of being a program and third year under Head Coach DJ Atwood. The Wolverines were 0-4 overall, 0-1 in district play, heading into their Tuesday match-up with Ralls. Results were not available at press time.


Lady Hornets, Mustangs win A-Town Relays

ABERNATHY – The Tulia Lady Hornets track & field team accumulated 145 points to win the Abernathy A-Town Relays on Friday. The host Lady Antelopes were second with 132 points and the Hale Center Lady Owls placed seventh with 30 points.


Lady Mules win Friona Relays

Watson Junior High 7th and 8th grade Lady Mules competed in the Friona Relays on March 7 and place first overall. Teams that were competing were Friona, Dimmitt, Littlefield, Vega, Bovina and Muleshoe.


What's going on in South Plains churches

Christ the King Cathedral Divine Mercy Chaplet: 3 p.m. First Saturday, 4011 54th St. St. John the Baptist Adoration and Reconciliation: 4 p.m. For location, contact: vicki.divine@gmail.com or (607)-226-6398.


More Rabies Cases Reported in Randall County

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) - Texas Department of State Health Services is reporting more cases of rabies on the high plains. Officials say a skunk and cow tested positive in Randall County and a skunk tested positive in Hale County.


Muleshoe FUMC, other Muleshoe churches, reflect and repent during Lent

On Wednesday, March 6, First United Methodist Church of Muleshoe, along with churches of many denominations throughout the world, began the season of Lent with a special service involving the sign of the Cross made with ashes placed on participants’ foreheads.


Shallowater's Sparkman, Lubbock High's Porras earn Athlete of the Week honors

After missing a chance to break the game open in the eighth, Sparkman did not waste her opportunity in a crucial situation in extra innings. The junior recorded a walk-off, RBI single to gain an 7-6 win in a District 2-3A over Abernathy last week. Her performance helped her garner 38 percent of the