A suspected terrorist was arrested on Thursday, and his neighbors react to the news.
The former Lubbock police officer charged in January with sexually assaulting two girls his family adopted now faces an additional charge of sexual assault.
When you're young, you can't imagine ever needing reading glasses. Then you get older. That's the reason the makers of Page Brite created their product.
It took multiple fire crews to douse a fire that began in Shallowater.
A new chief takes over the reigns of the Lubbock Police Department on Thursday.
It was a small audience for Wednesday's public hearing about the proposed four-way stop at Woodrow Road and South University.
Texas may give college students and professors the right to carry guns on campus.
On Thursday, Hobbs P. D. arrested three men in connection with a homicide that occurred January 3, 2011.
When the deep freeze hit Lubbock the homeless population set up loaned tents to combat the chilling weather. Now that temperatures are rising and the population has more than doubled, the city is asking the tent city to move.
Wednesday oil prices topped $100 a barrel before pulling back to $98. The protests in the Middle East causing the spike, are affecting gas prices in the Lubbock with prices rising nearly 15 cents.
It's that time again to buy season tickets for Texas Tech Football.
A Lubbock woman admits she embezzled $787,378.08 from two Lubbock banks. Mary Frances Dunn pleaded guilty Tuesday to Misapplication of Bank Funds By a Bank Employee.
One person has suffered injuries after an industrial accident in Gaines County late Wednesday afternoon.
Former Lubbock City Councilman John Leonard dropped a lawsuit against three men who were accused of assaulting him.
A Lubbock man pleads guilty after a huge marijuana bust; possibly the biggest in Lubbock County history according to the Sheriff's Department.
Dr. E. Joe Sasin, medical director of the UMC Emergency Center and UMC Lubbock EMS, has been voted by employees and physicians as UMC's 2010 Physician of the Year. Dr. Sasin has served UMC's patients for 20 years and held his current position for six.
Aside from the new audio, police now update their initial reports to say the officer shot Jermar McKinzie three times instead of twice.