The "Windy Man" relief carving that was installed along the Marsha Sharp Freeway in August of 2004 was the center of intense controversy before it was removed.
Four Texas Tech University professors recently received a four-year $1.2 million grant from the Office of Naval Research to develop more effective detection systems for finding explosive material.
The city started its 2011 road project in June. Residents will get a yellow notice on their doors that reads STREET CLOSED with directions not to park on the street during a certain day.
David Dean has owned and operated Joyland for 38 years, and the park has been in his family for 63 years without incident.
Billie Dunn, the mother of missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn, will reportedly serve probation for a charge of making a false report.
On Wednesday, the Plainview Chamber of Commerce announced that they have decided to reschedule their 4th of July fireworks show. It is now scheduled for September 16th.
Some economists predict gas prices will continue on a downward trend. Wednesday afternoon, KCBD saw prices in Lubbock ranging between $3.45 and $3.52.
A husband and wife are charged with murder in the death of Joanie Parker. No charges have been filed against them for the death of her son, Derek Hale.
A property owner on County Road 7250 is being investigated by the Lubbock County Sheriff's office after neighbors called in complaining of animal cruelty. Owner caught spraying Raid pesticide on dogs to kill flies.
Billy Gillispie held his first basketball camp on the Texas Tech campus Wednesday.
Texas Tech men's basketball coach Billy Gillispie announced the hiring of associate head coach Chris Walker Wednesday.
Celebrate our nation's independence with a parade, live music, food and a street dance at the 2011 4th on Broadway celebration July 3 and July 4 in Lubbock.
The weekend of June 24-26, Morton will host its eighth annual encampment of the Texas Buffalo Soldiers Living History Program in the Cochran County Park.