EMS and Brownfield Police responded to the report of a van crashing into a building Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of North D Street.
The recent snowfall has left a lot of areas wet and muddy. Local farmers say the snowy weather can have negative affects on roads, but the aftermath of the melted ice is good for their land.
The National Transportation Safety Board might or might not take another look into the February 3, 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, J.P. Richardson, Ritchie Valens, and the pilot, Roger Peterson.
Local law enforcement agencies say they're facing a national trend of struggling to hire new recruits. Some blame the recruitment shortage on recent, intense officer scrutiny in the media.
The City of Lubbock said they are on pothole patrol as the freeze-thaw cycle continues.
The YWCA of Lubbock has named Texas Tech University professor Michelle Pantoya to its Women of Excellence program for 2015.
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) released a statement Wednesday reacting to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to a Joint Meeting of Congress.
A 10-year-old boy and his family have received death threats after the boy was awarded a "junior black belt" in Jiu Jitsu at a Lubbock martial arts academy.
The school and community gathered to send the girls basketball team off to the state finals Tuesday morning.
“Blowing snow, drifting snow, and whiteout conditions are possible,” Ron Roberts said.