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Two more sentenced from feds' 2012 meth sweep on South Plains
Two men originally indicted last year as part of a six-person meth trafficking ring were sentenced Thursday, March 13, in federal court on charges related to the operation.
New Fort Worth vodka gives peas a chance
Tending crops spread across three West Texas counties, Nickels often ended up sleeping in the fields and was running himself ragged trying to keep complex irrigation and agricultural equipment running.
Suspect apprehended in Muleshoe elementary school bomb threat
A suspect has been apprehended in connection with a bomb threat at Dillman Elementary School in Muleshoe on Thursday, March 6. According to a news release, the Muleshoe Police Department responded to the threat at about 1:30 p.m. School officials had already evacuated students and teachers by the time police arrived.
Dairy industry mooo-ves toward future with Greek yogurt craze
Greek yogurt - a thicker, higher-protein alternative to the traditional kind - is helping boost an industry that suffered through drought with the rest of the agriculture world.
West Texas 2-year-old facing cancer puts on brave face for big haircut
The Saturday morning haircut experience can be an ordeal. The traffic, the long waits, the weekend to-do list.
Wintry mix possible overnight Tuesday
Lows will fall to the teens in Muleshoe to near 20 in Lubbock and 20s through the remainder of the South Plains.
Fire departments from TX, NM put out wildfire near Muleshoe
Fire departments from two different states were called to put out a wildfire west of Muleshoe near FM 1760 and the New Mexico State Line on Tuesday.