Reports that a former elementary school will be converted into a homeless shelter have neighbors at the former Mahon Elementary School worried.
We don't hear about election fraud or voting rights abuses very often in Lubbock and the U.S. Justice Department wants to keep it that way.
Lubbock Republicans will sponsor a prayer rally Monday evening.
A Lubbock halfway house worker admits he lied to federal investigators.
A political strike force from Lubbock & Midland continued its work Sunday night in Las Vegas Nevada.
An escapee from the Sunrise Canyon mental health facility has been captured.
The fight between City Hall and city employee Martha Ellerbrook is not over. Last week the city filed a motion to throw out a mid-October jury verdict, or grant a new trial.
Three businesses were awarded Certificates of Pride last week by the Lubbock Citywide Pride Committee, which is a non-profit group.
Thousands of kids dressed up going from car to car to "trunk-or-treat" across town for Halloween.
The Receiver became aware that Defendant Judah's operation of this business [Excel] violated several state and federal fair debt collection practice laws.
Lubbock police investigate a Saturday morning stabbing that is described as a case of self defense.
On Thursday the Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees will meet with Shirlene Hughes and possibly her attorney behind closed doors in a specially called meeting.