It is already shaping up to be a big week in the tech world. While the blogosphere and news media are abuzz today over the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, it's what happened Monday that has the casual net user in a twitter.
Construction of what organizers hope is the world's largest sno-cone is underway in Lubbock. The shaved ice may break a record and will benefit the Lubbock Children's Home and celebrate the 20th birthday of Bahama Bucks.
Hockley County officials now say that the 4-year-old thought to be given "Meth" tainted candy at a Halloween carnival at a Levelland school was not drugged and there is no known cause for his seizure.
Memories of Pearl Harbor shared by wife of Pearl Harbor survivor
The wife of a Pearl Harbor survivor recounts husband's memories.
KCBD NewsChannel 11 is following a developing story of a South Plains football coach who is on administrative leave.
The DEA says it has received an increasing number of reports from poison centers and hospitals about teenagers becoming seriously ill after using K2 or similar products. Although the chemicals are marked as incense and not for human consumption, teenagers and college student continue to purchase it. At least one store locally has K2 for sale.
Jordan Barncastle scored a career-high 24 points as the Texas Tech women's basketball team got back on the winning track with a 91-60 win over Northwestern State on Tuesday evening at the United Spirit Arena.
A murder suspect wanted for the November 2009 death of Paul Brown is on her way back to Lubbock.
A Lubbock teenager agrees to dismiss certain people from his lawsuit against the state of Texas.
A Norwegian developer and its West Texas Partner company have signed leases with 500 land owners in Parmer County, northwest of Lubbock.