One Lubbock Police Officer is recovering after being attacked and choked unconscious while trying to detain a person at the Overton.
September 7th not only marks the day Buddy Holly was born, but he will also receive on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The City of Lubbock will host several events today.
City Council reached a deal that seemed to end the controversy over Citibus in the coming year's budget. Perhaps not.
9/11 is a day we will never forget. Let's honor those lost and take part in this National Day of Remembrance.
The Lubbock Power and Light board is recommending a rate increase for your power bill as soon as October. Lubbock city council must vote on the recommendation made on Tuesday.
A former contracted U.S. Marshall is suing two Lubbock police officers for excessive force that led to him being taken by ambulance to the hospital. He claims the two officers entered his home without permission and then became extremely aggressive after responding to a dispute.
Dr. Stephenson and two other orthopedic surgeons are holding an ankle arthritis seminar to answer your questions this Thursday at 6:00 at North Star Surgical Center.
A new study of 47,000 women has found one more piece of the puzzle as to why some pregnancies end in miscarriage. It involves some big names at the pharmacy.
Without thinking twice, Marshal Davis jumps into pool to save his cousin from drowning.
It's true that fewer Americans are lighting up, but officials at the Centers for Disease Control say they're not breathing a sigh of relief just yet.
For Lorenzo Special Education teacher Sandy Carr, the morning of Thursday, September 30th began like any other day in her classroom. Her day would soon change.
Police have released new details in a Monday afternoon motorcycle accident at North Loop 289 and Slide Road.
Excessive speed might be a factor in one man's death after his car jumped a curb and hit a tree.
Two people are recovering following an accident in northwest Lubbock. The accident occurred around 1pm on Monday at N. Loop 289 and Slide Road.
Winds and dry weather continue to make it difficult to maintain the Bistrop Fire near Austin.