Team Fury has worked hard over the last four years and their dedication paid off. The team recently traveled to San Angelo and won their first tournament.
The City of O'Donnell water no longer requires boiling as of Saturday, March 16, at 11:40 a.m.
Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope will host a Coffee with the Mayor on Wednesday, March 20. The meeting will start at 7:30 a.m. at Tova Coffeehouse.
The Western Peanut Growers Association honored Midland Congressman Mike Conaway and his dedication to agriculture in Congress.
When talking about women's rights, you usually hear about breaking the glass ceiling. Women are 'building' the ceiling in the construction industry.
170 medical students at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center know where they will serve their residencies. It's part of national Match Day.
An Amarillo Police captain is out on bond after members of the same force arrested him.
Lubbock Police report a woman who was hit trying to cross the North Loop access road has died at the hospital. Police identified her as Heaven Ramirez, 20.
Ashley Landrum, a professor in the College of Media & Communication, will deliver a lecture titled, “It’s not a Planet, It’s a Plane” regarding why some people believe the Earth is flat.
Covenant Health is offering free colonoscopy screenings Saturday, March 23. This is for patients over age 50 or those who have a family history of colon cancer.
During the quarterfinals round of the Big 12 basketball tournament, Texas Tech entered as the number two seed and took on the 10th seed, West Virginia.
Lubbock police and Texas Anti-Gang Center agents arrested a former Lubbock-Cooper teacher Thursday, claiming he took lewd pictures of female students under a "work table" at the North Elementary campus. When confronted by deputies during a search warrant, court records indicate the educator said he took about a dozen inappropriate photographs on accident, saying he didn't know how his phone worked.
Blood centers are struggling to maintain supply with all the severe weather and winter weather nationwide. Closures and canceled drives have caused a loss of nearly a thousand donations.
Agents suggest you check for accuracy and take a close look at your deductible. After all, the last thing you want to be worried about is whether your car or house are covered.
It's a dangerous line of work, even when the weather is calm. A utility lineman died last night while working to restore power in Hereford, Texas.
TAG Arrests Former Teacher for Possession of Child Pornography
A confirmed tornado in Anton severely damaged a home and Lubbock strains under the wind.
During the March 26th Lubbock City Council meeting, there will be one final reading on the new ordinances regarding game rooms. It's illegal to gamble in Texas, but game rooms are not if there isn't cash rewards. However, during an investigation the City of Lubbock found that several game room businesses don't operate legally.
A Lubbock Grand jury has indicted a man accused of stalking a local radio DJ.
Emergency crews are responding to reports of a tree that fell on top of a house near east 7th street and Oak Ave.
The Lubbock National Weather Service office confirmed a tornado caused damage just east of Anton Tuesday night.
Lubbock City Manager Jarrett Atkinson will hold a press conference at 3:00 p.m. to discuss the overall city response to the current weather conditions.
President Donald Trump says the U.S. is issuing an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft in the wake of a crash of an Ethiopian Airliner that killed 157 people.
Lubbock Fire crews and ATMOS are on scene of a gas leak near 26th street and Ave. P.