Three businesses were awarded Certificates of Pride last week by the Lubbock Citywide Pride Committee, which is a non-profit group.
Last week KCBD NewsChannel 11 reported that the city asked a federal judge to throw out the Martha Ellerbrook jury verdict.
Two U.S. Supreme Court Justices come to Lubbock this week, and the public is invited.
As Veterans Day approaches we remember the brave men and women who serve our country. Sunday a World War II veteran showed us how meals in the military have changed over the decades.
Starting Monday, West Loop 289 construction will look different for drivers on the 19th Street overpass.
Just before 10 PM Sunday, there was a report of shots fired at La Kumbia Inn at 50th and Avenue Q.
A privately owned investment firm wants some help from Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance to shake up the management at a Houston bank.
A court-appointed Receivership Trustee in the Judah case gave National Travel a November 24th deadline to provide budgets, projections and other information.