Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 5/19/11.
She is only seven-years-old, but her actions are of someone much older. A Lubbock first grader with a big heart has started a relief effort for tornado victims in Joplin, Missouri.
The South Plains Food Bank kicked-off the "Summer of Sharing" food drive Thursday. They hope to avoid an emergency situation this summer.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to close the northbound lanes on west Loop 289 Thursday night. Closures will be between 34th Street and Frankford Avenue. TxDOT is scheduled to start the closure at 10:00 p.m.
A bill aimed to stop predators from trafficking child porn passed, with one minute to spare. The bill called Alicia's Law is sponsored by Representative John Frullo. It will create more investigative positions to apprehend more predators who contribute to child crimes.
Stripes Convenience Stores celebrated the opening of its newest Lubbock location with a ribbon cutting event on Thursday. President and CEO of Stripes, Sam Susser, presented representatives from University Medical Center with a check to the local Children's Miracle Network on behalf of the store's local fundraising events this year.
Lubbock residents in zip codes 79407 and 79414 are getting notifications this week in the mail that, "Your Post Office will be moving."
A Lubbock man, Martin Villarreal, 43, was charged Wednesday with Indecency With a Child.