Nina was raised in a Lubbock neighborhood full of temptations, but proved that if you put your mind to it anything is possible.
In this week's Food for Thought, we bring you sweets and treats from Aunt Norie's Bakery to car hop service from Sonic Drive-In.
West Texas Representative Randy Neugebauer responded Thursday night to President Obama's job speech.
Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 9/8/11.
Tech student Josh Groves will be honored on Friday during the Red Cross Champion's Breakfast for his dedication to rebuilding Haiti.
A study of nearly 68,000 Americans over age twelve finds out that one in 10 Americans abuse drugs.
Researchers at the University of Michigan say volunteering may help you live longer.
If you've been feeling a little grumpy lately, doctors have identified a common problem they say peaks right after the Labor Day weekend.
Lubbock Police made a drug bust on the 500 block of 38th Street in Lubbock Tuesday morning.
Weather officials say Texas just finished the hottest June through August on record in the U.S.
A legal challenge could unravel the validity of many murder cases in Texas, including some done in the past in Lubbock. Former Lubbock County Deputy Medical Examiner Paul Schrode faces just such a challenge
The new City of Lubbock budget for 2011/2012 passed on a vote of six to one Thursday. Councilman Floyd Price voted no saying it would impact citizens in a negative way. He says it's the only budget he's
Fire crews respond to an early morning fire near Erskine and Cesar Chavez. There are no reports of any injuries.