Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr.
Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr., a Texas Tech graduate, was the first African-American to walk in space. Today he's using his experience to encourage young people to study math, science and engineering.
Councilman Todd Klein released a statement Thursday pertaining to the controversial city ordinance that prohibits serving home-cooked food to the homeless.
A local disabled veteran is frustrated with the Lubbock Police Department after being ticketed several times for parking in handicap spaces when he wasn't breaking the law.
South Plains Electric Cooperative members and employees combined their support to contribute $30,750 to 41 volunteer fire departments (VFDs) during the drought of 2011.
Texas Tech's new basketball coach, Billie Gillispie, is the victim of a massive Ponzi Scheme. According to several reports, Gillispie stands to lose as much as 2.3 million dollars.
Texas Tech University Parking Services, along with Scott's Complete Car Care, will host a car clinic. There will be free food and a complete check up on all car fluids and belts, also participants will have the chance to win a free parking permit.
Lubbock and other West Texas cities will take more water from Lake Meredith even though there's really not much water left to take.
Drivers in northeast Lubbock need to watch out for some big changes. Beginning Wednesday, TXDOT will close Avenue A to traffic at 4th street.