For more than 30 years the YWCA of Lubbock has honored the accomplishments and contributions of women across West Texas through the Women of Excellence Awards.
Texas Tech's Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research launched its mobile clinic Tuesday.
Four Texas Tech football players are not practicing, in what could be considered a suspension. Head Coach Matt Wells announced it at a morning briefing Tuesday.
An accident on the South Loop and Slide Rd. is backing up traffic to the 50th Street exit on the West Loop.
The Reagor-Dykes Ford dealership in Plainview has been abandoned and left in "extreme disrepair," according to court documents, and Ford Motor Credit has repossessed "substantially all" of its personal property collateral, leaving the property "in shambles."
On March 21, High Point Village will be partnering with Texas Tech Athletics to celebrate World Down Syndrome Awareness Day.
Gabriel Rodriquez, 28, and Justin Hobbs, 23, were both charged with kidnapping, assault with intent to commit a violent felony on a peace officer and escape from jail.
There appears to be a significant breakthrough for some Reagor-Dykes customers who have not been able to register their vehicle or transfer a title.
The United Family® is proud to announce online grocery ordering will now be available to United Supermarkets customers in both Levelland and Plainview.
South Plains College Theatre will present its spring show, “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” with performances slated for March 28-31 in the Jones Theatre in the Fine Arts building.
Work on a Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) project to install traffic cameras on east and north Loop 289 is scheduled to begin next week.
The Lubbock Police Department is warning the community about recent scams, targeting elderly people.
Zhaire Smith went from a 3-star recruit to becoming the second highest drafted Red Raider in program history in the span of one year.
Lubbock Police are actively seeking out minorities to hire. At a community engagement task force meeting, Chief Greg Stevens addressed the dismissed lawsuit against the city for its process hiring cops.
Lubbock area teachers will have an opportunity to leave the classroom and enter another workforce.
Texas Tech's 24-hour recycling center isn't just helping the environment, it's supporting Tech students.
A Lubbock woman will spend at least the next decade in prison after she pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a child.
Governor Abbott has reappointed State Senator Charles Perry and appointed State Representative Lyle Larson to the Southwestern States Water Commission.
The Texas Anti-Gang task force has arrested a man on a long list of charges. Investigators believe he shot a man in west Lubbock a week ago.
According to Children International, 400 million children are living in extreme poverty across the globe.
Texas Tech men's basketball will be a No. 3 seed in the NCAA tournament. They will face Northern Kentucky on Friday. If they win, they will play the winner of Buffalo and Arizona State or St. John's (play-in game).
If you have a problem or suggestion for the City of Lubbock, you can share it Monday.
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.