Lorie Blalock is fighting to get her 4-month-old daughter back after Child Protective Services took her from their custody during a hospital visit to University Medical Center.
Since November of 1980, Lubbock has consistently voted for republicans over democrats in the vast majority of elected offices. But despite that long history, democratic candidates continue to bring their campaigning to West Texas.
One month after the fire that burned Post Elementary School to the ground, Principal Staci Marts walked through the building.
A group of researchers at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center created a smartphone-app for expectant mothers, telling them what medications can be harmful during each trimester of their pregnancy and while breast-feeding.
The Lubbock County Detention Center is monitoring each new inmate for Ebola. The jail started to implement new measures on Friday, the day after EMS and Hazmat responded to a suspected case of Ebola which turned out to be a false alarm. Chief Deputy Cody Scott said the jail is doing this as a proactive measure.
Parkway Pharmacy celebrated their grand opening as Parkway Health Mart Pharmacy.
As of Wednesday the Lubbock Health Department received a handful of calls from people in the Hub City claiming they had casual contact with one of the cases that have been confirmed in Dallas.
Yellow Cab Company, a taxi service in Lubbock for 35 years, announced that it was going out of business.
Lubbock International Airport passengers are concerned that airport officials aren't taking the possibility of an Ebola outbreak as seriously as they should.
Federal investigators are in Wichita Falls investigating a deadly helicopter crash that occurred on Saturday. The chopper was transporting a patient when it crashed several blocks away from the North Texas hospital where it was heading.