The Laugh for the Cure brings comedians Steve Mingolla and Munzie to Lubbock for a night of laughs to raise money for breast cancer research.
It's called "stress-induced cardiomyopathy, and heart experts say its symptoms mimic that of an actual heart attack.
The West Texas Outlaws Semi Professional Football team plays their first game Sunday and the theme of the game is "We're pumped for our new season" celebrating heart health
It's not too late to get a Valentine's Day gift for your loved one!
Serios has about 75 different cereals you can mix and match and add toppings to make your perfect bowl.
The 74NURSE program is a 24/7 call center staffed by nurses who can give free medical advice and help set up doctors appointments
Strikingly.com uses information from LinkedIn to create a free personalized website
It can be dangerous to spend prolonged periods of time outside in below freezing temperatures. Unfortunately, depending on your job, it can't always be avoided.
The Seattle Seahawks claim Super Bowl XLVIII over the Denver Broncos for a franchise first super bowl victory, 43-8.
An early morning crash at the intersection of 34th Street and I-27 left one man dead and another in critical condition at UMC.
Whitewood Lanes and the United States Bowling Congress are holding the 9th Annual Bowl for the Cure tournament to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation
Now through January 31st you can drop of your fresh cut Christmas tree to be recycled at 4 locations throughout Lubbock.
Healthy Meals To Go offers pre portioned, gluten free, heart healthy, meals at 3 kiosks in Lubbock
The "belly" application digitally stores rewards for many businesses in Lubbock
The New York Times and Guardian newspapers have called for clemency for Edward Snowden, saying that the espionage worker-turned-privacy advocate should be praised rather than punished for his disclosures.
A journalist says New York City police officers tackled him and unfairly arrested him while he was covering the anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests.
A massive pile of salt used to clear icy roads has fallen on a worker at a suburban Philadelphia storage facility, crushing and killing him.
A Roman Catholic priest who was censured by the Vatican for his ministry to gays and lesbians has died.
Colorado’s groundbreaking retail pot markets lines have been long and sales brisk since Wednesday when the state became the first in the U.S. to allow legal marijuana sales to anyone older than 21.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent was facing a pending murder charge Thursday in the shooting death of a Central Texas man who he believed was having an affair with his wife, authorities said.
52 Passengers rescued from a ship trapped in ice are now halted as the Chinese rescue vessel fears also getting trapped in ice
With simple changes to your diet and exercise routine you don't have to add this years resolution to the list of failed attempts
Reagan Riley and her dog, Annabelle, won the Lubbock qualifying race and are heading to San Diego for the Championship race sponsored by Wienerschnitzel
Friday December 20th and Saturday December 21st Vintage Township's Winter Wonderland will have live music, lights, and a chance to see Santa
Target released a statement today stating customers who shopped at U.S stores between November 27th and December 15th could have had their credit or debit card information stolen
The Meals on Wheels 12 Days of Christmas gives 12 small treats to each Meals on Wheels participant
A brass quintet, made up of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra's principal brass musicians, play a Christmas Carol Concert at St. Johns United Methodist Church
Meals on Wheels Holiday Card program let's you send a Christmas card for a 5 dollar donation
Over 100 pounds of Gingerbread and Candies make up the giant gingerbread house at the Overton Hotel
The Anderson's daughter, Jacqueline, passed away in May and this Christmas they are donating money and bicycles to the Salvation Army for Toys for Tots and the Angel Tree
Santa Land will be open every night until December 23rd with Holiday light displays, nativity scenes, and nightly visits from Santa and Mrs. Claus
The Be a Santa to a Senior Program let's you adopt a senior t bring Christmas gifts to during the holidays.
Saturday December 7th is the last day to register for Toys for Tots and the Angel Tree
The Carol of Lights has caroling, a processional from the Saddletramps and the Masked Rider and 25,000 Christmas Lights
When shopping online there are a fee ways to make sure your bank information or identity isn't stolen
The annual Toys for Tots holiday toy drive has officially begun at the South Plains Mall!
Crossfit has thousands of affiliates around the world dedicated to the hard core workout that poses risks, but only when taken to extremes
Boston Creek Apartments is collecting non perishable food items for the South Plains Food Bank
The semifinals game is in Dallas and the team is raising money for travel expenses
Avery Maisel learned she had brain cancer early this year and is going through treatment with the help of her parents
The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra and Moonlight Musicals are joining forces to produce a 4 day run of the famous musical "Les Miserables"
Costco's Grand Opening began with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 7:30 am Friday November 15th before opening their doors at 8:00
Workforce Solutions of the South Plains is holding their second annual Hiring Red, White, and You Job Fair for veterans
Saturday November 16th is the last day to sign up to receive Christmas gifts for children through Toys for Tots and the Angel Tree
Tuesday isn't usually a big day for weddings but the special date 11-12-13 has made this particular Tuesday very popular
The Silent Wings Museum has free activities throughout the day honoring past and present veterans
Texas Tech joins the Lone Survivor Foundation, Military Order of the Purple Heart, and Under Armor to honor veterans at their game against Kansas State
The Texas Tech chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is hosting Noche De Ciencias, a night of science experiments and seminars on college applications
The Texas Tech University Housing is expanding their campus recycling program to compete in the Game Day Challenge
Some voters say they were almost denied their vote because poll workers weren't properly applying the voter ID law requirements. But the local elections office says they have no record of any such incident.