Thursday night's weather made for an interesting camping experience for the citizens of Raiderville.
Many of the tailgaters in Lubbock don't have tickets to the Tech vs. UT game. 60,454 people will pack the Jones, and if you are still searching for a ticket, there is some information that you might want to know.
Raiderville is gone, but the camping hasn't stopped as excited Red Raider fans are taking over parking lots across Lubbock.
Thursday Texas Tech said you can expect some changes at the concession stands for the UT match-up.
A Lubbock man has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison for possessing a firearm while being a convicted felon; a firearm he had when officials were investigating him as a suspect in a sexual assault case.
Those who've left Lubbock ISD without a diploma may have a visit.
The Lubbock Garden and Arts Center celebrates forty years of their annual Arts and Crafts Festival.
A Lubbock woman was arrested for drunk driving Friday evening.
The TABC reports there is an ongoing investigation into how Cecilia Perez-Sanchez got alcohol.
KCBD NewsChannel 11 is following developing news out of Slaton. Two men were injured Friday morning at the Slaton Co-op.
It's an ambitious goal to raise $1 billion by August 2013, but Texas Tech University is more than halfway there.
A declaration by President Obama now makes funding available for Lubbock County residents with flood damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Alex.
American soldiers who are prisoners of war and missing in action were remembered Friday at the Pentagon in an elaborate ceremony at the Pentagon River Parade Field.
The Red Raiders defense is ready for Saturday's challenge with 5 interceptions in two games; they'll pressure Texas' young quarterback. So far, Tech has seven turnovers this season under new defensive coordinator James Willis. Texas will be a big test but it comes down to execution on Saturday.