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
Bahama Bucks, TimeForge, and Hurley Companies are expanding in Lubbock to create 236 jobs
Pittman's Academy of Martial Arts offers classes for all ages
Last year the National Weather Service replaced its Doppler Radar with a Dual Pol Radar
Two recovering synthetic marijuana addicts hope to stop others from trying the drug
This week The Texas Lottery Commission will discuss allowing confirmation screens for pull-tabs in bingo halls
After the Red Raider defense came away with the win in the 2013 Spring game, the Offense got it's revenge with a 37-30 victory.
Over 75 different types of artists and food vendors have taken over the entire Civic Center for the event
After weeks of tires and rims being stolen from car dealerships a dealership owner catches the culprit
With one week until the federal tax filing deadline we've got some tips to get them done correctly and on time
Lubbock police released more information and the audio from a 9-1-1 call concerning the Sunday night stabbing that left Elizabeth Garcia, 28, in critical condition.
Blondes and Brunettes in the Lubbock area will play a football game to raise money for Alzheimer's research
PTSD is very common in the military and can also be caused by traumatic events with civilians but it is very treatable
Only 6 roads in Lubbock have bikes lanes leaving cyclists to cycle next to cars or on the sidewalk
Synthetic marijuana overdoses in Lubbock are on the rise with at least 5 overdoses a day coming into emergency rooms according to EMS.
Friday and Saturday night there will be a full rodeo with bull riding, calf roping, and more
The choir is holding a red carpet gala and recording a live gospel concert with proceeds going to local scholarships
The "Rooted and Growing" two day conference will teach families how to work through their issues
For three nights guests can dine on a four course meal with a menu and decorations based on the hit series Game of Thrones
Meals on Wheels taking donations for a fried catfish lunch this Saturday
The Just Between Friends Consignment Sale has children's items 50% to 90% off retail prices
The fire took Lubbock fire crews two hours to get under control. A person was found dead inside of the home.
Logan Smith, a personal trainer at Premier Lubbock Sportsplex, is giving away free personal training to someone in bad shape or failing health
Sarah McLean has been a mechanic at Christian Brothers Automotive for about three months
South Plains Workforce Solutions and the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce bring together over 30 potential employers for young people in the Lubbock area
The West Texas Roller Dollz open the season Saturday against the Bombshell Betties
The Arboretum is offering a week long Gardening camp for children ages 6 to 12
The Viva Aztlan Festival has Folklorio Dance Competitions, Mariachi Workshops, and a Concert this weekend at the Civic Center
Freddy's Lubbock opening day was the largest in the history of the Freddy's Chain
Cristian Garcia was accepted into the World Class Crossmen Drum Corps in December and now he needs your help to get there
The report – received by EverythingLubbock.com on Friday – revealed that talk of an FBI investigation was more than just rumor or mere conjecture late last year.
Joe Switzenberg is offering Strain Counter-Strain physical therapy as an alternative to traditional methods
The Science Spectrum has a new exhibit, Penguin Plunge, where you can see four African Rock penguins
The Civic Center has 85 booths from home and garden experts and vendors
Nomei Velazquez is in police custody after being rescued from a Lubbock Motel
A federal judge in Texas ruled Wednesday that that state-wide ban on same sex marriages is unconstitutional.
The Polkadot Alley has been selling women's clothing on facebook since 2007 and now they are opening a store in Lubbock
Project Prom, at the Bridge of Lubbock, gives low income students the chance to pick out a dress, tuxedo, and accessories for prom
Meals on Wheels is fund raising with a Mardi Gras celebration featuring food, music, and a silent auction
The American Red Cross kicks off it's American Heroes Campaign with Strikes, Spares, and Super Heroes bowling night at Main Event
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences thanked their fans during Fan Appreciation Week by giving out prizes
The Alstrom Angels Benefit dinner donates money to funding Alstrom Syndrome testing and research
The 62nd Annual Lions Club Pancake Festival Sells unlimited pancakes and sausages to raise money for local charities
Police were called to a home in the 4600 block of 42nd Street on Saturday.