Overall crime in Plainview is down comparing 2010 with 2009, according to numbers published over the weekend on the Plainview Daily Herald's web site.
On Sunday the Floydada Volunteer Fire Department collected close to $14,000 for the Motley County to help off-set costs related to the massive wildfires that destroyed thousands of acres last weekend.
Lubbock City Hall is looking for a way to calm down traffic, especially in residential neighborhoods.
On Monday Lubbock County will install a 4-way stop at the intersection Woodrow Road at the South University Avenue.
Lubbockites should prepare for rate hikes in the next four years, according to a financial report released Thursday.
The City of Lubbock is willing to sell seven houses for just pennies on the dollar, but just like the last such sale, there is a catch.
A busy Lubbock interchange will undergo some temporary changes to accommodate construction work.
City Bank claims in a lawsuit filed Thursday that BancInsure Inc. of Oklahoma, a financial institution bond company, refuses to pay the bank for its loss and as such it's a breach of contract.
For now Lubbock gets a clean bill of financial health with both good news and bad news on the horizon.