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Ben Ferguson

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At 13, Ben Ferguson became the youngest radio talk show host in the country, and the youngest nationally syndicated host at 20. Ferguson published his first book, a political work, “It’s My America Too,” published by William Morris/Harper Collins in 2004 which USA Today named a “top choice read.” For the last 12 years, Ben has been a fixture on cable news, and continues to appear regularly on the Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, CNN, Headline News and MSNBC.  Also, his weekday radio show is heard on WBAP.

The Ben Ferguson Show is aired on over 100 stations across the country through the ICON Radio Network. Ben’s live, weekly call-in show began in 2003, and carried each Sunday evening on the Radio America Network. As of May 3rd, 2009 The Ben Ferguson Show has expanded to three hours every Sunday night from 6PM-9PM CST and moved to ICON Radio Network.

Every week, callers from all over America are tuning in to discuss up-to-date news and current events affecting our world. Ben discusses topics ranging from national defense to international affairs. Ben’s unique take on relevant events and topical information have catapulted The Ben Ferguson Show to one of the most listened to live call in shows every weekend. The Ben Ferguson Show is expanding rapidly on the ICON Radio Network, adding stations each week and continuing to deliver exciting, vibrant and informative topics.


Su 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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7-11 robbery June 15, 2015
Lubbock Police Department

Two Armed Men Rob Lubbock 7-Eleven Store

Monday night (June 15), two armed men robbed the 7-Eleven store, located at 2902 4th St. in Lubbock.

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Texas DPS Seizes More Than $2 Million Worth of Pot

An attempted traffic stop in Ector County resulted in a chase and the eventual seizure of 377 pounds of marijuana.

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Flatland Collector Car Show & Auction 2015
Photo: Justin Massoud, Townsquare Media

Flatland Collector Car Auction Boasts ‘Fast & Furious,’ ‘Real Steel’ Movie Vehicles [Photos]

It's not every day you can bid on a car used in a blockbuster Hollywood film. At this weekend's Flatland Collector Car Show & Auction in Lubbock, you can actually bid on two. 

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Category: Events, Lubbock News

Texas Man Sentenced for Planning to Join ISIL

An Austin, Texas man who planned to travel to Syria and join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has been sentenced to 82 months in federal prison.

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scurry county islam graffiti painted over
Big Country

Islam-Inspired Graffiti in Scurry County Painted Over by Texas DPS

The words "Allah Ackbar" and "LBK, TX," along with a cartoon-like bomb drawing spray painted near a rest area in Scurry County were cleaned up by the Texas DPS Tuesday (May 12).

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Category: State News
power outage
Arman Davtyan

How to Find Out About Power Outages in Lubbock

Lubbock Power & Light's official website features a map that highlights where in Lubbock power outages are affecting residents.

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lubbock county flood warning 5-4-15
National Weather Service

Lubbock County Flood Updates for May 5

Flooding conditions continue in Lubbock and the South Plains Tuesday morning.

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John Cornyn
Alex Wong, Getty Images

Sen. John Cornyn: Garland Shooting Was ‘Attack on Free Speech’

Texas Senator John Cornyn has issued a statement regarding the fatal shooting that occurred outside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas Sunday, May 3.

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woman hits son at baltimore riots
Fox News via Facebook

Video: Woman at Baltimore Protests Slaps Around Rioter Believed to Be Her Son

A woman was captured on video hitting a young man many think is her son on a street in Baltimore.

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Category: News, Videos
police tape

Slaton Police Release Victim’s Name from Sunday Hit and Run Fatality

The Slaton Police Department has released the identity of the man who was struck and killed by a motorist Sunday, April 26.

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