City Council voted unanimously Thursday for a 90-day moratorium on the closure of the Lubbock Health Department.
They found that more than half the teens say they see pictures of kids drunk, passed out, or using drugs…many before the age of 13.
After a long run on NBC's hit show America's Got Talent, Avery and the Calico Hearts are back home, back in school and back to reality. But is this the end?
With school back in session, drivers are having to remember to reduce their speed limits in school zones. However, one of the brand new schools in Frenship ISD doesn't have school zone signs up yet.
An elderly woman is lucky to be alive after she was rescued from her burning home in east Lubbock Wednesday. Danielle Anderson, 72, is in critical condition at UMC with burn injuries and smoke inhalation.
Apple says Steve Jobs will resign as CEO, effective immediately.
Corporal Darrell Campbell, the Snyder Police officer who was shot in the head back in July, will undergo surgery Monday to replace a part of his skull that was taken out the day he was shot.
Texas Tech University is going green while improving the safety for students by putting up solar panel street lights at the pedestrian bridge over the Marsha Sharp Freeway near the Ronald McDonald House.
On August 12, around 7:40 PM, the suspect approached the victim outside his residence at 3003 31st and forced him inside the residence at gunpoint.
The criminal case against a Lubbock terror suspect is not going as quickly as previously scheduled.
On Tuesday morning, Senator Robert Duncan addressed the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors on the latest developments from the 82nd session of the Texas Legislature.
In a survey done Pew Research Center, it shows how useful Americans use their phones but, it also shows the silly apps we use. In this weeks MoneyTalksNews, Stacy Johnson shows examples of silly apps.
If you live in Lubbock, your water rates are going up. The city has promised bond rating agencies that it will raise rates to cover debt for both the Lake Alan Henry project as well as well water projects in Roberts County.
I must say I am pretty disappointed in our City Manager. As a citizen who pays her salary, I expect a City Manager to be a little more responsive and much less dismissive.