Edward Marks, a veteran from Lockney, helped to establish a war memorial in the community.
Lockney resident Andy Stapp is an airbrush artist whose skill has earned him business from coast to coast, including Hollywood.
All Social Security field offices are cutting their hours to save money. The department made the announcement on Friday and says the 30 minute reduction goes into effective August 15th.
Lockney resident Archie Jones has lived in Lockney most of his life. This past year, he became known as a local hero for his efforts in saving a man's life during a horrible dust storm.
A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the death of an elderly Brownfield nursing home patient.
Monday Morning, county commissioners decided on voting locations for the November election. The new plan calls for 35 super precincts.
The NFL Players Association executive board and 32 team reps have voted unanimously to approve the terms of a deal to the end the 4½-month lockout.
A Lubbock woman remains behind bars after she admitted to stealing $100 gift card from a mailbox.
NFL owners and players agreed early Monday to the terms of a deal to end the lockout.
This week, a recurring controversy bounces back into the City Council chambers.
The Snyder community is putting together Campbell Fest, a benefit concert with proceeds going to Corporal Darrell Campbell's family. Campbell remains in serious condition after being shot while on duty on July 12th.
The Lubbock federal court might determine the question of a bank robbery suspect's mental health on Friday afternoon.
Lubbock fire investigators know how a late night house fire started the first time. It's the second time that has them puzzled.
The Bill Clayton Detention Center in Littlefield goes on the auction block this week. Bids start at $5 million.