The United States has airdropped small arms, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish militia forces in the besieged city of Kobani who have been fighting back an ISIS assault for weeks. The airdrops will likely stir controversy with the Turkish government, which has opposed support for Kurdish military groups in Syria that it believes are affiliated with a Kurdish group that has conducted terrorist attacks inside Turkey for decades.
Texas Tech said football player Jakeem Grant was recovering after an early morning incident off-campus.
Four men pleaded guilty last week in Lubbock federal court related to a large methamphetamine drug ring. Two of them face as much as life in prison.
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When Yellow Cab closed their doors Monday, Tech was left scrambling. Not only was it the last taxi company in the city, they were also the company that handled The "Safe Rides" program at Tech.
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Tech Goes Hollywood is the theme of this year's homecoming at Texas Tech.
A Dallas nurse said today that the administrators of the hospital where two colleagues contracted Ebola should be “ashamed” that they asked the women to “undertake this huge, monumental task” of treating an Ebola patient without the proper equipment and training.
Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was discharged from the Navy in February after testing positive for cocaine, a person familiar with the case confirmed to ABC News.