From Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University alumnus and Broadway performer Garrett Sorenson's production "Master Class" received a 2012 Tony nomination for "Best Revival of a Play" Tuesday (May 1). The
Texas Tech University alumnus and Broadway performer Garrett Sorenson's production "Master Class" received a 2012 Tony nomination for "Best Revival of a Play" Tuesday.
The Texas Department of Transportation is kicking off it's annual campaign to raise awareness about buckling up.
Members of the Lubbock Sheriff's Office are in Austin to honor fallen officers who have given their lives in the call of duty.
Lubbock County brings neglected, starving, and wandering horses to the Gypsy Heart Horse Ranch for rehabilitation. The fields are home to sixteen horses. Some are fully recovered, but others have large patches of missing hair, hardly any meat on their visible bones, and eyes that haven't yet found the joy owner Ramona Foxworth hopes to restore.
A program that began to ensure that the elderly wouldn't have to go into assisted living, now celebrates 40 years of service to the community.
May is Motorcycle Awareness Month, and Lubbock bikers invite everyone to join them at the South Plains Mall on Saturday for the second annual See Us, Save Us Rally.
The Associated Press and NBC News both report that Osama Bin Laden is dead and the United States has possession of his body.
An article on the Time Magazine website reveals new perspective on the FBI's handling of Lubbock terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari, 21.
Lubbock Police continue to seek tips in a suspicious death investigation. The sister of David Hernandez, 31 found him Friday afternoon at a home near 65th Drive and Avenue P in south Lubbock. Hernandez had no known medical conditions. That, plus his age led to the investigation.