Sabrina Allen, a Texas girl allegedly kidnapped by her noncustodial mother 12 years ago, was recovered safely Tuesday in Mexico, and her mother was arrested there, said Dan Powers, San Antonio FBI assistant special agent in charge.
Julia Pierson, the first female director of the Secret Service, resigned her post Wednesday after a fence jumper gained access to the White House on Sept. 19 and a subsequent congressional inquiry uncovered other security lapses.
A Lubbock jury found Shelly Blair guilty of aggravated assault on public servant Wednesday.
Lubbock Power and Light customers can expect a base rate increase on their electric bills starting this month.
Lubbock is ranked 4th overall in the nation when it comes to conditions for individuals with disabilities, according to WalletHub.
Some school-age children have been in contact with the U.S. Ebola patient being treated in Dallas, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday.
The Affordable Care Act suffered a fresh legal setback on Wednesday, when a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled that the federal government could not provide insurance subsidies to customers in states that declined to set up their own marketplaces under the federal health care law.
Total economic contributions of the Texas forest sector include $30.3 billion in industry output, supporting more than 130,600 jobs; and continues to be one of the top ten manufacturing sectors in the state.
This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Race for the Cure here in Lubbock area.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual event to celebrate the area harvest with a Harvest Luncheon sponsored by Bayer CropScience (FiberMax) on Wed., Oct. 1, at the Bayer Museum of Agriculture.