Three young girls from Lubbock, Avery and the Calico Hearts, will be going to Hollywood to perform live on NBC's hit show "America's Got Talent" next week.
Two men who spent 12 years in jail for a murder they didn't commit are now suing for a combined total of $24 million.
The Lubbock City Council election may be more than nine months away, but one candidate is already raising a decent amount of money.
EMS transports one person after a car crashes into a South Lubbock home.
Lubbock police say a 74-year-old man walked out of his house with a shotgun as two LP&L employees tried to cut his power off.
It's a first of its kind tool that helps take the guesswork out of how aggressively a child with scoliosis should be treated.
Lorenzo Flores, who was wanted in connection with the robbery of United and the assault on a DPS Trooper, turned himself in Wednesday morning at the Lubbock Police Department.
The U.S. Supreme Court this past week ruled that states cannot ban the sale or rental of violent video games to children.
"Home of the Free, Because of the Brave," was the 4th on Broadway parades theme. Thousands watched the military floats go by cheered and clapped as they honored them for their service.
Texas Tech's 2011 Presidential Transfer Scholarship provides $5,000 over two years to students who maintain full-time enrollment and a 3.0 GPA at Texas Tech's Lubbock campus.
The family says, "Had this been an animal treated in the same manner, instead of a mentally handicapped person, the same jury would most likely have found him guilty!"