Back when the twin towers fell in New York students watched in silence in their classroom chairs. Ten years later students who were barely old enough to comprehend the magnitude of the attacks are looking back at the September 11th attacks through text books and class discussions.
Lubbock's nationally-know terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari can possibly challenge the use of classified information; just not yet.
If you felt something shaking Sunday morning, it was not just your imagination. The USGS measured a 4.4 magnitude earthquake 11 miles northeast of Snyder.
The intersection of 98th Street and Orlando Avenue is scheduled to be under construction for approximately two weeks. Eastbound traffic will be reduced to one lane.
Documentary film maker Peter Josyph was in Lubbock last week, screening a copy of his film Liberty Street: Alive at Ground Zero.
Bids are due Tuesday for companies that wish to build Lubbock's fire station number 18 at 66th Street and Oakridge Avenue in southwest Lubbock.
After the tragedy of the September 11th attacks, the federal government wanted to make regions like the South Plains as prepared as possible for any catastrophe.
The terrorist attacks on September 11th forced dramatic changes in airport security, but James Loomis, Aviation Director at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, says they're not effective.
Representative Randy Neugebauer (R-TX) issued the following statement regarding the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001