A woman set to go to trial for capital murder has been indicted on a different charge.
H-E-B already making its presence felt by donating eyeglasses to the Lubbock Impact building to distribute to local non-profits.
A new work zone has been put in place on I-27 between 50th and 82nd Streets, according to the Lubbock Police Department.
Justice Larry Doss was sworn in as a Justice of the Seventh Court of Appeals Tuesday morning.
The City of Lubbock Health Department has been recognized by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) for its ability to plan for, respond to, and recover from public health emergencies.
Beginning Thursday, January 23, 2020, Barricades Unlimited and Fusion Communications will be closing a single left lane of Slide Road, from 59th Street to 63rd Street.
Megabus is a city-to-city bus system that serves areas across the country. Representatives from the company met with the Chamber's transportation committee about possibly bringing the service to Lubbock.
Scott Burris was named the chairman of the Department of Agricultural Education & Communications inside the Texas Tech University College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources.
Linda Rost, a doctoral student in the Texas Tech University College of Education, was named as one of four finalists for the 2020 National Teacher of the Year award.
The United Family, along with Texas WIC, is pleased to invite the public to the grand opening of the first brick and mortar location inside a grocery store.
Over the course of a 24-hour period, trained volunteers will count and survey individuals who are staying in emergency shelters, transitional housing, and unsheltered locations.
Southcrest Christian School set to Offer Dual Language Immersion Education with Experts from addalingua
At this time the Lubbock County Elections Office is in need of 100 folks to work the March 3, 2020 Joint Primary Election.
Atmos Energy has closed Flint Ave. between 20th and 22nd Streets to repair a damaged line.
The Buddy Holly Center announces the new exhibition, Revered, Reviled, Objectified: Commemorating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage.
The reception will provide an overview of the Monument of Courage Memorial and recognize the support from donors received to date.
Authorities say a Phoenix woman has been arrested on suspicion of killing her three children after they were found dead inside the family home.
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The MLK Commemorative Council of Lubbock hosted its final night of tributes to Dr. King, after a weekend of celebrations, for the 49th year.
The Lubbock Professional Firefighters Association reports firefighter Matt Dawson is holding steady. He is still unconscious and there is no way to know when he could wake up.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a national day of service for thousands of volunteers in the nation.
Point 27 is sending Shields of Strength to LPD. And special folded flag pendants are being sent to his family.
Some homes are being evacuated Monday afternoon because of a gas leak in west Lubbock.
Human trafficking is a real problem in Texas and around the Lubbock and South Plains area. For human trafficking month several organizations, including One Voice Home, are partnering to tackle the issue.