Stabbing at local nightclub sends one man to jail.
Trey McClendon defeated longtime judge Cecil Puryear for the 137th District Court.
A judge might have exceeded his authority when he took action to stop radio active waste from being stored within a two-hour drive of Lubbock.
It's a new year but here's a look back at some of the most popular, bizarre, and biggest stories of 2010.
The West Loop construction zones will look a little different starting Tuesday morning.
A former Lubbock Congressman will be honored this month. Larry Combest will receive the "Tribute to Texas Agriculture" award on January 26th at the Austin Club.
A Lubbock company helps people nationwide adjust to changes in Medicare benefits in 9 major metropolitan areas.
City Wide Pride honors businesses that keep Lubbock beautiful by keeping up their landscapes and building exteriors.
Police chase along multiple counties ends with the arrest of one man in Terry County.
Seminole police arrest Gaines County Commissioner on a second dwi charge.
University Medical Center started 2011 by welcoming the first baby of the new year.
While the date makes it a birth easy to remember, there's something even more special about how this little one was brought into the world.
While people were celebrating the new year, local authorities were out in full force keeping our roads safe from those who decided to get behind the wheel after drinking.
It's a new year for Texas Tech football, starting the year off right with a win against the Northwestern Wildcats in the Ticketcity Bowl Game. Those who couldn't make it to Dallas made their way to venues across Lubbock to catch the game.
The FBI released the name of a suspect in the Friday afternoon robbery of Lubbock National Bank, 1001 Main Street.
Update: plans for warming centers put on hold. Possible source of problem found.
Authorities encourage safe celebrations
The countdown, the celebrations, the all-important new years toast, it's all part of an event that can leave many unable to drive; so there are options if you need assistance to get home.
Possible blown over powerline could be the cause of a fire on Friday.
The Lubbock man who was arrested in November 2009 on charges related to a Wisconsin murder-for-hire will stand trial with his co-defendants and not go to trial separately.
A one-time prisoner at Lubbock's Montford prison unit admits that he claimed to be part of Al Qaeda and that he threatened to kill the President.
A federal judge in Lubbock approves the sale of assets from the Zookini's location in Abilene.
Lubbock and nearly all South Plains counties are under a Fire Weather Warning, also referred to as a Red Flag Warning, until 5 PM this afternoon.
Police went to check on Abraham Sanchez last week because his family members reported that he was suicidal.
A Lubbock man is charged this week with aggravated sexual assault of a child. An arrest warrant has been issued for 35 year old John Alan Bentley.