The much-talked about winter storm is on a southerly track, which will keep the majority of precipitation south of Lubbock.
The Coronado and Monterey FFA Project Stock Show and Auction will begin this evening at 6:30pm.
This week's "Hometown Hero" is U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Jeremy Miller. With no question in his mind, Jeremy was destined to be a Marine and enlisted in 2007 after graduating from Frenship High School in 2006.
Lew Dee worked in broadcasting across the South Plains for decades, and now he is being recognized for his years of work entertaining and informing the area.
Safety concerns prompt discussion of a possible four-way stop at South University Avenue and Woodrow Road.
This week Lubbock City Council will discuss borrowing more than $129 million dollars in bonds next month for 42 various projects that total $122 million.
One of the federal defendants in a "drug smurfing" conspiracy case pleads guilty.
A man who previously admitted to being an illegal alien now also admits to possessing contraband.
With temperatures expected to drop into the teens or lower, the Salvation Army is reaching out to those who might need a warm place to stay.
Family and friends will celebrate the life of 4-year-old Chance Mark Jones on Monday.
High winds and dry conditions continue to be a concern for crews monitoring a cotton moat bale fire in Wilson.
Two men in high-profile criminal cases agree to stay locked up rather than protest for the right to post bond to get out of jail.
Lubbock City Council takes on a long list of important issues on Thursday.