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Firefighting crews continue to battle the Smokehouse Creek fire in Hutchinson County. The wildfire has affected more than 500,000 acres so far, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service.
An industrial zoning proposal in southwest Lubbock brought complaints from a crowd of citizens over impacts on their health, property values and quality of life, but controversial zoning in Lubbock is almost as old as the city itself. Some are still trying to turn the conversation to environmental justice.
Lubbock Compact, the organization behind the proposed initiative, said Paxton’s decision to sue Austin, San Marcos, Killeen, Denton, and Elgin for decriminalizing marijuana goes against what those voters have shown they want.
One of the primary challenges facing people living with HIV - and those advocating for them - is stigma. Education, awareness, and visibility are priorities when it comes to HIV, for advocates and the City of Lubbock.
State inspectors found problems like medical neglect and missing documentation at the Giles W. Dalby Correctional Facility in West Texas.
KACU'S Ashley Henderson reports on a Lubbock man who was convicted of criminal charges in relation to the Jan. 6 Capitol Breach and is now challenging 19th Congressional District Representative Jodey Arrington. And KERA's Caroline Love has more on a Texas state representative undergoing fertility treatment, who is calling on Governor Greg Abbott to protect in vitro fertilization.
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