Construction projects around Lubbock could be delayed even longer because of a problem creating the pavement.
Monday morning the Lubbock County Commissioners Court voted in favor of allowing inmates from Yoakum County jail to come to Lubbock if they experience an overflow.
Ten years after Jennifer Wilkerson disappeared from South Lubbock County, family and friends gather for a balloon release in honor of Wilkerson.
Drones in Lubbock have been gaining popularity. According to the FAA, it is accurate to say that drones are allowed to be flown in Lubbock, it just depends on what type of drone.
Moms, dads, businessmen, and local educators met Tuesday in Lubbock to discuss the anniversary of House Bill 5 - an education improvement plan for public schools in Texas.
Lubbock Animal Services are currently conducting an investigation into a possible case of animal cruelty, after confiscating neglected pets from a home on Saturday.
Monday marked Robert Duncan’s first day as the Chancellor of Texas Tech University, and he wasted no time getting acquainted. Duncan met with students and faculty as he made his way around campus during his lunch break.
An 8-year-old boy died tragically in a car accident on the evening of the Fourth of July.
84-year-old Addie Elizabeth Clark lost her class ring in 1954 while wading in a lake near San Angelo, TX. 60-years later it was found and on the 4th of July- returned to her.
A trailer filled with fireworks exploded in Comanche,Texas Thursday morning, killing one and injuring three. Local Professionals say that as unfortunate as it is, it should stand as a warning to any who want to use fireworks.
Ricardo Suar-Gonzales, 30, of Guatemala pleaded guilty in Lubbock federal court Tuesday to a felony charge of harboring illegal aliens. Muleshoe Police say when they found the refugees, they were padlocked inside Gonzales' storm cellar.
With all the rain and construction, it’s likely that more deer and wildlife will be roaming around the Hub City.
A Lubbock Man is in Jail tonight after scamming an elderly couple out of more than $17,000. Unfortunately, it's a crime that happens fairly often.
Former Texas Tech cornerback Nigel Bethel II was dismissed from the team earlier this week after allegedly hitting a female basketball player. Bethel's former high school coach says he will continue to support the young athlete, and doesn't believe the assault allegations made against him.
A Texas Tech grad student describes the alleged fight between Lady Raider Amber Battle and football freshman Nigel Bethel II that led to Bethel's dismissal from the program.
A petition filed earlier this month shows the City of Lubbock is suing the Villa Town Motel on Avenue Q for more than $126,000 in unpaid hotel occupancy taxes.
The latest drought indices indicate Lubbock and the surrounding counties have substantially improved their drought conditions in the last month. Lubbock County alone has seen almost 9 inches of rain. But, even that drastic rainfall hasn't been enough to alleviate the problem entirely.
Starting on Tuesday, fireworks vendors across the hub-city will open their stands, trailers and stores to customers.
Jeff Griffith and Deanne Clark will have to wait until as early as Friday to find out who will officially fill Lubbock’s District 3 City Council seat.
Jeff Griffith has won the runoff election for City Council District 3 by the slimmest of margins.
The Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2014-2015 fiscal budget Thursday morning - granting teachers a 2.5 percent pay increase.
The South Plains Chapter of the American Red Cross said Wednesday it found up to 83 households that might qualify for help due to storm damage.
Even five weeks later, the disaster in Fritch is still a challenge for Lubbock-based South Plains Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Two Lubbock teens found the crustaceans that have three eyes and dozens of legs
The National College Baseball Hall of Fame has named Tim Tadlock Coach of the Year.
According to parents of Roosevelt ISD Summer School students they bus stops on Idalou Highway and the kids have to walk across traffic
Tyler Neslony drove in Stephen Smith in the 4th Inning with a triple to left field, which was the game winning run
Jolan Hunter died in the accident late last night and his family is speaking out about his life
Officers went to 58 homes in Lubbock County to verify residence information for sex offenders in the county
Students from Hutchinson Middle School are painting the Ice Block at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts for the First Friday Art Trail
Moonlight Musical's youth performance group, Moonlight Directions, will perform a USO themed concert at the Silent Wings Museum to promote their summer show, South Pacific
Victory bells rang out on campus, and local sports bar were packed, all because of excited Tech fans celebrating Monday's NCAA tournament win in Miami.
Lubbock ISD's Summer Feeding Program provides free breakfast and lunch 4 days a week to kids 18 and under
How to protect your skin in the sun and treat sunburns
EMS technicians in West Texas go through special training for children and adults to save lives every day. Covenant Medical Center honors them during EMS Week
The Parvo Virus is only found in dogs and causes vomiting and diarrhea that can lead to death by dehydration
Lubbock part of a national shortage of plumbers leading to long waits
The neighbor described the thieves and helped police track down the burglars and the stolen property
The West Table is a seasonal american style restaurant located on the ground floor of the Pioneer building downtown
Plans are underway for a Hyatt Place Hotel in North Overton Park across the street from the Overton Hotel
40th Street at Avenue A has a sign bearing the name "40st Street"
Football programs are starting off kids as young as age 5 in tackle football programs
New restaurants from casual fast food to more formal sit down restaurants are being built or expanding in Lubbock
Superintendent, Julee Becker, and Slaton residents who voted "yes" to the 15 million dollar vote package are optimistic about a bond in the future
Members of Tech's African Students Organization are donning headscarves and flocking to social media, in hopes of raising more awareness about the nearly 300 Nigeran girls taken from their school dorms last month.
Every three years the Federal Aviation Administration requires airports to stage a mock plane crash to test their response time and effectiveness in a disaster
Many of the homes fire marshals inspect do not have smoke detectors
Lubbock County is holding a clean up day for trashed county roads and cracking down on offenders
Federal cuts to research in universities has Texas Tech joining the Innovation Deficit movement to get more funding
Used and salvaged cars in lots like Wrench A Part and Burgess Auto Salvage have thousands of parts at discount prices