The Lubbock 4-year-old accidentally shot in the stomach by his 5-year-old brother is improving, and on Monday he was listed in fair condition at the hospital. Child Protective Services is investigating the family and confirms two prior investigations for neglectful supervision.
Lubbock has lost a huge battle in its ongoing legal campaign against businessman Ted Parker. From 2004 through early 2007 Parker's company, A.A.G., was the city's health insurance administrator. The
With Lubbock students back in class, drivers should have noticed the flashing yellow lights in school zones. We took our cameras to four Lubbock ISD school zones today as they dismissed students. At least five drivers in every school zone we went to were caught using their phone.
Two and a half years after their high school burned to the ground, students started the school year in their new building.
A Texas Tech University instructional technology professor received a $112,762 grant from the Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) to implement an adaptive web-based tutorial aimed at improving K-12 students' abilities in mathematics problem solving.
With continuous drought and little rain received in area. County commissioners have extended the burn ban for another 90 days.
With the kick-start of the new school year beginning this year, parent's and students from around the area are excited to begin a new year. Here are the times and a few changes in meal prices this year.
While area students are heading back to the classroom, thousands of Texas Tech students are preparing their new homes.