Lubbock Power and Light finalized it's purchase of Xcel Energy's power lines Friday morning. The city signed the check for more than $87 million and they'll now have about 21,000 new customers.
The 21-year-old arrested last week for a fatal accident near 4th and Buddy Holly Avenue has been arrested on new charges.
EMS took a bicyclist to the hospital Thursday afternoon after it collided with a City of Lubbock pickup truck.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a voluntary recall of Pumpkin, Ghost and Skull Halloween Lanterns from Dollar Tree stores across the nation.
Lubbock Rescue Mission will be hosting a Winter Gear Drive for the homeless Saturday, October 30, 2010 from1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Children across the South Plains will head out this weekend to go trick- or-treating, and Lubbock Police have some safety reminders for parents. For
The Mildred and Shirley L. Garrison Geriatric Education and Care Center will host its fourth annual fundraiser "Age d'Vine" on Thursday, October 28 at Caprock Winery.
Members of the Lubbock County Republican Party are heading to Las Vegas to take on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
The Lubbock City employee who sued for retaliation and won is now seeking payment from the city for her attorney's fees, and the costs are worth more than the damages awarded.
One of the many legal battles between the City of Lubbock and businessman Ted Parker is now over and the city gets a fairly substantial victory. The City Council approved an out-of-court settlement Thursday with AAG/Icon for $850,000.
Texas A&M University is no longer on lockdown after reports of a gunman sighted in the Rudder Tower on the main campus.
The fight over Timothy Cole's wrongful conviction appears to be far from over as both the City of Lubbock and the Innocence Project of Texas seemed to be posturing for a lengthy legal fight.
Lubbock police are looking for a man who police say exposed himself at a southwest Lubbock store.
He said it was not his intent to be disrespectful or show any contempt of court. Instead, he says, "I was under advice of legal counsel."
Lubbock City Council members approved the creation of a homeless committee on Wednesday. This comes after supporters spoke for more than an hour during citizens comments.
You won't see it on the ballot in Texas, but Tuesday, the general election will be smoking in California. That is where the debate over legalizing marijuana is heating up.
A cholera outbreak continues to claim lives in Haiti. The death total has jumped to nearly 300, and more than 4,000 cases have been confirmed.