Four people are in the hospital after the car they were driving flipped over outside of Tahoka.
Originally scheduled at Clapp Pool, the K-9 SplashFest being held on Sunday from 1-5 p.m. has been moved to Maxey Pool located on the south side of Maxey Park.
Food and music provided the perfect backdrop for an event in Lubbock, aimed at helping local victims of domestic violence. Saturday evening, Women's Protective Services held their 12th annual John Deere Raffle Fundraiser.
Dozens of motorcycle riders rallied together today to raise awareness and money for cancer. It's called the Breast Ride Ever. The group consists of 43 women who ride 2,500 miles a year. The group rides around the south raising awareness and money and Saturday they were selling shirts, bracelets, and more. All of that money goes to cancer research and patients here on the South Plains.
With backpacks and school supplies being bought and children getting ready for the school year, Lubbock will be closing city pools on Sunday.
Researchers now believe that small amounts of gold may help relieve eye pressure.
What you eat during pregnancy might influence your child's taste buds later in life.
Researchers hope this will make patients undergoing tests feel more comfortable, and allow them to be monitored in places other than a doctor's office or hospital
Over one hundred people have been sickened by salmonella after eating the contaminated ground turkey.
Thursday's severe weather caused major power outages across the city of Lubbock. Lightning took out electricity to about 16,000 Lubbock Power & Light Customers.
The severe thunderstorms that passed through Lubbock last night delivered over 1200 lightning strikes with winds over 45 miles per hour to the LP&L electric distribution system.
For now a threat to the Big 12 Conference with huge implications here in Lubbock is back under control.