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2nd grade teacher killed in vehicle crash in Hockley County
HOCKLEY COUNTY, Texas - The Texas Department of Public Safety released information Wednesday afternoon on the deadly crash that killed a Ropes ISD 2nd grade teacher. DPS said the 15-year-old driver of a pickup truck was going east on FM 1585 at Hummingbird Road in Hockley County.
DPS: 1 dead, 2 injured after striking dead cow in roadway near Anton Friday
HOCKLEY COUNTY, Texas - On Monday, the Texas Department of Public Safety released information concerning a fatal crash that happened in Hockley County on Friday. The accident occurred on U.S. Highway 84, approximately 4.5 miles southeast of Anton, just before 7:00 p.m.
Deadly Car Accident Kills Ropes ISD Elementary School Teacher
A 2nd grade teacher at Ropes ISD has been killed in a deadly one-vehicle accident. KAMC News reports that a 15 year-old driving a pickup east on FM 1585 in Hockley County fell asleep at the wheel at Hummingbird Road and drifted into a ditch. The teenager then woke up and over-corrected, causing the
Lubbock County considering bond election for road projects
The Lubbock County Commissioner's Court may call for a bond election as soon as May to fund road projects it says are drastically needed. The county's nearly completed comprehensive road analysis, called the transportation improvement program, outlines $180 million in road projects. The county says
Police identify passenger who died after car hit dead cow on Highway 84
HOCKLEY COUNTY, TX (KCBD) - The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified 21-year-old Alizah Reyes, as the person who died Friday after the car she was in hit a cow on U.S. Highway 84 about 4.5 miles southeast of Anton.
CONFIRMED: Bodies Found In Oklahoma Identified As Texas Friends
OKEMAH, Okla. (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Two bodies found this week in shallow graves in rural Oklahoma have been positively identified as a missing woman and man from central Texas, an Oklahoma medical examiner confirmed.
HS sports roundup: Monterey boys basketball gets even with Coronado
The Plainsmen broke a standings tie in District 3-5A with Coronado on Tuesday thanks to a game-high 25 points from Qua Butler in a 92-80 home win. Monterey pulled away with a 26-point second quarter for a 43-34 lead at the break and outscored the Mustangs by three points in the second half.
North Texas Massage Center Owner Arrested For Alleged Sexual Assault 10 Years Ago
PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A Plano man who owns a massage and realignment center was arrested on sexual assault charges. The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department arrested Michael Solberg last week after a grand jury indicted him.
Pete Duran: Here I am, Lord
He’s a Levelland, Texas, native but was living in San Antonio, Texas, working as a carpenter in 1967, when Pete Duran’s brother-in-law from Fort Wayne came for a visit. Duran had not previously met this relative, who was on vacation in San Antonio. But by the time he was leaving for his home in Fort
South Plains College to offer Certified Nurse Aide course
LEVELLAND – South Plains College will offer a five-week Certified Nurse Aide course from Jan. 28 through Feb. 27 in Room 120 of the Technical Arts building. Enrollment is limited to 10 students.
Why some people aren't sold on giving Texas teachers a $5,000 raise
Some education groups and school districts aren’t yet ready to embrace a $3.7 billion plan to give all Texas teachers a $5,000 pay raise, citing concerns the plan might not be funded in the long term and will tie the hands of school officials.
Area Students to be recognized
SAN ANGELO — Jacob A. Markham of Sudan received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, , during the 2018 Fall commencement exercises at Angelo State University. Angelo State conferred 599 undergraduate and graduate degrees on 592 graduates on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018.
Abernathy students build tricycle for disabled Muleshoe girl
ABERNATHY, TX (KCBD) - A young girl from Muleshoe has received a special gift from an Abernathy agriculture class, which built a tricycle for the disabled girl. Students at Abernathy High School assembled an AMBUCS AmTryke. The specialized trike was given to a girl from Muleshoe during the group’s f
Bees come from behind to down Lady Tigers 38-31
The much-anticipated matchup between #13 Stephenville and District 7-4A rival #12 Glen Rose lived up to its billing as the Honeybees dug themselves out of a first-half hole and topped the Lady Tigers 38-31 on the road Tuesday night.
Christopher Orlina scores 19, helps SPC hold off Howard
LEVELLAND — From South Plains College's 2018 NJCAA championship team, Christopher Orlina's the only returning starter and the lone player back who had a significant role. South Plains coach Steve Green might count on the 6-foot-7 sophomore even more than he realizes to help the Texans' chances of de
Lady Texans down Howard, make win streak 15
LEVELLAND — The South Plains College women shot nearly 56 percent from the field Monday night. It's easier to do with as many layups as the Lady Texans' pressure generated. Using their trademark sticky defense and a 22-point performance from sophomore guard Gabbie Green, No. 8 South Plains put away
South Plains College adds driver training to its continuing education classes
LEVELLAND, TX (KCBD) - South Plains College offers many continuing education and workforce development classes for people of all ages. Recently, the Levelland-based school announced they were bringing back their professional truck driving program when the spring semester begins on January 28.
More than a dozen cars broken into in Shallowater
SHALLOWATER, Texas - Police say multiple vehicles were broken into in Shallowater on Thursday. “I had a pistol in my truck, so that's what I felt most bad about, was my gun was in there,” said Cole Golden, who had his truck broken into.
Olton family is picking up the pieces after house fire
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A house fire on Wednesday left an Olton family with nothing. The De La Rosa’s family home was built over a hundred years ago. The family said all that’s left is an accordion and a few photographs.
Friday morning Olton fire appears ‘to have been set,’ police chief reports
OLTON, TX (KCBD) - The Olton Volunteer Fire Department responded to its second fire in Olton this week and the town’s chief of police believes this one may have been set by someone.