A Slaton man is among four people who sued President Barack Obama and other government officials on Friday to stop implementation of the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act".
Students and friends speak out about death of beloved Ag teacher Danny Gunn, who died after his truck was hit by a train over the weekend.
A fast-moving grass fire near Wolfforth shut down a portion of FM 179 just before 3:45 Sunday afternoon.
The Lubbock Sheriff's Department is looking into a possible stabbing after they were called to the Ft. Jackson Mobile Home Park.
The Lubbock Fire Marshal's office says a fire in Clapp Park Sunday afternoon was arson.
A Lubbock small business is sued in federal court on claims that it violated another company's trademarks.
Lubbock has gone out for bids on a major renovation of the city's downtown bus station.
The small town of Sundown, west of Lubbock, fired its Police Chief, Don Fairrel, last week.
The Lubbock teenager who sued both the state & federal governments over gun rights will not continue the fight, but instead hand off his lawsuit to two other people who will replace him as plaintiffs.
On Monday morning, Lubbock County Commissioners are scheduled to proclaim February 14th as "a day of prayer and fasting on the South Plains."
Four local UPS drivers are honored for 25 years of safe driving, the company announced last week.