The City of Lubbock recently removed the collection bins for glass recycling and put up signs instructing residents to put their glass in the landfill dumpsters.
Researchers at the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka successfully tested out their theory that using a specific heating and cooling process could increase the presence of resistant starch and thereby minimize the body's calorie absorption.
Wednesday morning, Texas Tech tested their emergency sirens - systems that the City of Lubbock doesn't have outside of Tech.
Joe Goddard, 80, recalls the most terrifying moments of his life, when he was robbed at gunpoint in his home on the 2900 block of 68th street.
Experts across the region met with an EPA representative at Texas Tech Tuesday to discuss the concerns of Radon in the area.
Following the lawsuit accusing multiple California wines of containing a dangerous amount of Arsenic, EverythingLubbock.com spoke to local winemakers to see if Lubbockites should be worried.
A Lubbock family suing local funeral home "Griffin Mortuary" gave EverythingLubbock.com a statement about their suit.
In a suit filed on the 13th, the children of a deceased pastor claim that a local funeral home didn't keep their side of their agreed plans.
Homeless Ministry Carpenter's Church created a lengthy documentary about the idea of "chronic homelessness" in Lubbock.
Texas native and Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson spoke at a luncheon in Lubbock Tuesday morning. It was hosted by the Boy Scouts of America, South Plains Chapter.
Zillow, a real estate research group claims that houses in close proximity to a Starbucks have seen better property value increases. Is it true for the Hub City?
It's time to spring forward, but the sweet act of moving the clocks an hour ahead can deliver a blow to your sleeping schedule.
A cancer-stricken girl's wish for a dream playhouse might be fulfilled after all now that the local homeowner association, which initially blocked the request, said it is trying to find a compromise.
Bite into a fresh, crusty baguette and then bite into a slice of Wonder bread, and it'll be immediately clear that there are some major differences at play.
Jail overcrowding is not a new issue, but Hockley County and other counties in the area continue to send inmates to other counties due to overcrowding.
13-year-old Zach Wilkinson beat Hodgkin's Lymphoma once, only to have it return within 6-weeks. He and his mother Amy are continuing their fight and now the Lubbock community is joining in by buying t-shirts.
"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.
Chris Kyle, the deadliest sniper in American history, was killed on February 2nd, 2013. Two years later, Governor Greg Abbott declared the day "Chris Kyle Day" in his honor.
While Lubbock city officials and emergency response had little involvement in the accident two weeks ago, they did speak to everythinglubbock about the need for guardrail maintenance.
They see more wrecks than almost anyone other than law enforcement, so everythinglubbock.com went to speak with some of the local tow drivers to find out what advice they have for driving in these winter conditions
Winter Weather hits all driver hard in the hub city, but those living outside the city lines seem to have very little help. Today, Everythinglubbock spoke with City officials to find out why.
in 1944, 93-year-old Charlie Screws crash landed in a field in France. He escaped the Nazi controlled country and 71 years later, a piece of his downed plane showed up at his doorstep in Abilene. Now that piece of war memorabilia is at the Slaton Air Museum.
Just as news of this petition broke, the story took an unexpected turn. Mr. Howard will not be charged with a crime. UPDATED
It's been a long wait, but some students and teachers will start the new spring semester in their new school.
Most people stay off the roads during winter weather, but some truck drivers don't have that option. We spoke to some that disagree with driving in these conditions no matter situation.
Online viewings of "The Interview" brought in more than $15 million through the first four days of the holiday weekend, making it already Sony's biggest online hit ever, the company announced today.
After almost two decades together, Chris Rock, 49, and his wife, Malaak Compton-Rock, are divorcing, ABC News has confirmed through the comedian's attorney.
The president tells NPR that US is "less racially divided" since 2009.
Princess, a Maltese and Papillon mix, was given up by her honor almost 2 years ago due to unforseen medical circumstances. Her new owner lost contact and Lori Mitchell, her original owner was shocked to find that Animal Services had found Princess last week.
Jeena Roberts, a former tech student, plead guilty to Intoxication Manslaughter with a Vehicle in 2012. She is only two years into her 15 year sentence, but she is now trying to get her trial revisited.
Southwest Parkinson society is hosting their annual Fall Walk at the National Ranching Heritage Center Saturday.
The newly crowned ladies of Miss Lubbock Pageant and Miss Lubbock Outstanding Teen Pageant visit Trends and Friends Friday to share their dreams, goals, and accomplishments.
Tasteful Designs Vintage Boutique visits Trends and Friends to showcase some of their clothes, jewelry and candles.
Texas Tech researchers have published an article reporting the discovery of a new anticancer agent that targets MDM2, a known cancer-causing gene.
Community Centers will have two events right before Halloween!
While the Lubbock aren't likely to be the first responders to a possible Ebola case, they do often encounter blood and possible diseases while working cases. We took a look at the emergency kit every officer carries and how you could benefit from something similar.
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.
Oak Ridge Elementary school was surrounded by police today while the SWAT and Hostage Negotiators trained.
Starting in March of 2015, inspection stickers will combine with registration sticker. Inspections will still be required, but the process will change.
Two Lubbock teens found the crustaceans that have three eyes and dozens of legs
With two days of possible severe weather ahead, it's important to know how to stay safe while at the pool.