Lubbock ISD braces for state budget cuts as Texas struggles with a budget deficit of up to $27 billion in the upcoming biennium.
Supreme court justices ruled anti-gay protests at military funerals are protected under freedom of speech. The ruling is a win for Westboro Baptist Church of Kansas, which claims military deaths are god's punishment for the nation's tolerance of homosexuality.
Lubbock's homeless currently staying in tents off Broadway and Avenue Q will move to a new location within the next two weeks.
Lubbock ISD officials are investigating a case of "tagging" which is a slang term for graffiti.
A New Mexico man will spend 10 years in prison for the 2009 robbery of a pizza shop employee.
Wednesday morning the Plainview Police arrested two women for being in possession of drugs.
Wednesday morning residents in South West Lubbock took the podium at City Council to protest the possibility of a McDonalds being build just 20 feet from their homes on the North East corner of 98th Street and Quaker.
Five volunteer fire departments were dispatched to a large grass fire north of Lubbock late Wednesday morning. (Updated for cause of fire.)