Choir Teacher Remembers Elizabeth Ennen
O. L. Slaton Choir teacher, Larry Bichsel remembers fifteen year old Elizabeth Ennen. "I am saddened that many other people missed out on the opportunity to meet this really wonderful young lady."
Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 1/27/11.
Another busy week for Lubbock health inspectors who checked out the cleanliness of nearly 90 restaurants. Three of those were good enough to make it to the top of the Food for Thought list. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the details on our repeat top performers.
Lubbock EMS took a woman to the hospital Thursday evening, after she rolled her car near 4th and Avenue A.
Lubbock Police need your help locating a man who robbed the Kwik Stop, near 59th and Ave. P.
More than 90 volunteers were at the Salvation Army at 6 a.m. Thursday to count Lubbock's homeless.
The City Council voted 7-0 on a non-binding resolution to call upon the Texas legislature to put tighter regulation on payday loans.
A candidate running to replace outgoing senator Kay Bailey Hutchison made a stop in the Hub City early Thursday morning.
Lubbock City Council overturned a previous ruling by the Planning & Zoning Commission, and voted unanimously to allow MHMR to relocate its residential substance abuse treatment facility to 3315 East Broadway Street.