"Restoring Hope", formerly "Taking it to the Streets," are out right now helping the homeless across town. The homeless organization says that cold weather is when they are needed the most.
On Sunday Afternoon, while hawking newspapers on the corner of Slide and the South Loop, a woman was struck by a vehicle. While she is expected to be OK, others who work similarly shared their concerns in the job.
Carpenter's Church, which runs a Homeless ministry in Lubbock, have begun demolishing old homes on their property. It's the first steps towards building additional Supported Housing for those on the streets.
The family of Amanda Gonzales, 32, speaks out about Amanda's tragic death early Sunday morning.
Following massive donations during the Holiday season, the "Food Box" a food bank in Hockley county, is almost out of the influx they had. Towns like Sundown are stepping up to help out.
Local doctor's offices and clinics are packed with patients looking for relief from runny noses, congestion, and bad coughs. Some of those patients have been reported to have the flu, however doctors said a majority also have upper respiratory infections.
The crew at the Sudan Volunteer Fire/EMS are losing volunteers without any decrease in calls. They, along with four other towns, are pushing a petition to get a permanent district announced.
Experts at The Lubbock Executive Airport went over some of the crash details with EverythingLubbock.com and helped shed some light on the biggest questions.
Link Ministries has helped the homeless population in Lubbock for years. They run "Tent City" and try to give people a safe way to stay off the streets. Now, they are working on a future dream that would bring homeless people and the community together in East Lubbock.
Rachel Briers visits with Dr.William Parker to learn more about how you can keep your children's teeth healthy and the great outreach program Covenant is offering for the South Plains area.