If you have driven on Marsha Sharp Freeway lately, you've probably noticed the plastic bags, cups and paper scattered along the side of the road.
After years of debate and months of construction, the new Lubbock Animal Shelter is now open for business.
The second person named as a primary suspect in a double homicide in east Lubbock County stands indicted for forgery.
Nearly a dozen counties around Lubbock have canceled their big firework shows, but four communities in the region will continue the tradition despite the risks.
Slaton police hope newly released surveillance images will help identify the suspect who held up the United Supermarket gas station there on Friday.
As the official start of summer inches closer, many students and recent grads have started looking for summer jobs, but the competition is making it tough.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is schedule to begin demolition of the existing northbound I-27 bridge on Wednesday. The work will require closing U.S. Highway 82/4th Street, at I-27.
Former Lubbock Police Chief Ken Walker is now one of the top three candidates for the chief job in Galveston.
Each year the North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation presents an award to a particular individual or organization exemplifies commitment to community and the free enterprise system.
Breastfeeding appears to lower the risk for sudden infant death syndrome, according to a review of several studies.
The Food and Drug Administration is changing the way sunscreens are labeled to make it easier for people to know which products will give them the best protection.
In 1949, Congress passed legislation asking the president to issue an annual proclamation calling for the observance of Flag Day.
Texas Tech baseball ranked 24th nationally in average home attendance and 25th in the country in total home attendance during the 2011 season.