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 Black-tailed prairie dogs
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The burrowing rodents can improve the nutritional quality of nearby grasses.
Arts & Culture
This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, I have a full hour of mariachi blues, bandido rock, and all-around good-time weekend party music with the king of Tex-Mex rock and roll, Joe King Carrasco. You will hear some of his fan favorites like, “Let’s Go,” “Nacho Daddy,” “96 Tears,” and his classic “Party Weekend,” plus many more. I hope you will join me, Curtis Peoples, for the Music Crossroads of Texas.
Today's Newscast
  • Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick gives us an update on COVID-19 in Lubbock. We also learn about how now more than ever, men are seeking vasectomies as a form of birth control.
Listen in, Lubbock is an interview show where Host Sarah Self-Walbrick sits down with expert guests and reporters from around the region and state to discuss issues and how they're impacting our city.
Hello West Texas plant people! Join us as we discuss plants native to Texas and First Nations' legends and practical uses of those plants.
Rural communities in Texas have struggled to keep up in the fight against the coronavirus. The Texas Newsroom examines the shortage of healthcare resources people living in those communities face.