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LUBBOCK, Texas– Mortgage rates are at a 14-year high, which could delay first-time home buyers, the Lubbock Association of Realtors said on Tuesday. “What has had an effect on [the housing] market is rising interest rates. In the spring, we were in the 3’s. Right now, we’re breaking into the 7’s. So, what that has […]
LUBBOCK, Texas – Downtown Lubbock is a place more and more people are starting to call home. It’s becoming a hotspot for those shopping for apartments. Some experts in the housing market say that the demand is up for people wanting to live in a place that is unique. For Courthouse Lofts, the idea to […]
LUBBOCK, Texas — On Tuesday morning a woman was attacked by several vicious dogs at Hodges Park. A dog trainer shared with Everythinglubbock.com what you should do if you are out in public with your furry friend and a vicious unwanted visitor approaches you. “The main thing is just to turn the other way, and […]
Earlier this month in Iran’s capital, Tehran, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in the custody of the country’s morality police. Texas Tech University professor and Iranian native, Dr. Mayhar Hadighi, said in many cases, Iranians’ voices aren’t heard by the government and that every sector of Iranian society, particularly the youth, has been suppressed by this regime.
LUBBOCK, Texas– Families in Lubbock have struggled to find formula seven months into a nationwide formula shortage, parents told KLBK News on Monday. The Food and Drug Administration released a report on Sept. 20 that identified some of the causes behind the shortage, including a lack of emergency response for multiple public health emergencies, a […]
LUBBOCK, Texas – During Saturday’s sold out game against Texas, first responders stayed busy after many fans passed out in the heat. University Medical Center Emergency Medical Services confirmed they responded to 58 calls at the sold out game, and one person was sent to a hospital. Training Chief Chad Curry said over 50 people […]
LUBBOCK, Texas— For most Texas Tech fans pregaming at a tailgate is the ultimate celebration with lots of food and alcohol, but sometimes not enough water. Michael Szymanski, the Director of Education for the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut said it’s important to hydrate while eating salty tailgate foods, because sodium actually […]
LUBBOCK, Texas — More than 70 fifth grade students from Bean Elementary got to be a Doctor for a Day on Friday. The students got hands on experience in the world of medicine over at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. “They’re actually doing the things that doctors would do is something that’s going to […]
LUBBOCK, Texas — A homecoming proposal for the special needs students at Coronado High School happened on Thursday from the Football team, Pom Squad and Cheerleaders. This tradition started nine years ago by a former Mustang Football player named Noah Sifrit. “We were out to dinner one night, we asked him who you’re gonna ask […]
LUBBOCK, Texas– Thanks to a donation from The Fetch Foundation, Lubbock Fire Rescue is now able to offer more specialized care to pets in the community when responding to fires, an LFR spokesperson said on Thursday. “Fetch Foundation has donated 19 bags- one for each station- to ensure that all the firefighters have lifesaving equipment […]
PLAINVIEW, Texas – The City of Plainview had an exciting day Thursday as they were awarded a $50,000 grant from T-Mobile as a part of their Hometown Grant initiative. To help revitalize smaller towns, the grant is awarding 25 rural communities across the country with $50,000 each for five years. Plainview was one of those […]
LUBBOCK, Texas — When a child is removed from an unsafe living situation, they are placed either with family members or in a foster home. These removals happen quickly, and sometimes families do not have the proper furniture to take in a child on short notice. That is where Saint Francis Ministries bed program provides […]