Libyan nationals studying at Texas Tech are speaking out about the horrors of living under Moammar Gaddafi's regime.
Four horses recently rescued from what authorities say were poor conditions are slowly recovering at Gypsy Heart Horse Rescue.
A former United States Ambassador says Moammar Gaddafi's death is a positive step for Libya, but the country is facing a hard road.
The City of Lubbock's Pumpkin Trail began Thursday inside the Lubbock Memorial Arboretum at 41st and University.
Authorities have released new details about the arson incident that was caught on video at the Family Counseling Services building last month.
When he saw the Powerball® jackpot surpass $100 million, long-time Texas Lottery® player Graden Bass of Spur decided to buy a ticket.
A Lubbock Wal-Mart store has removed a variety of bagged salad from its shelves after a recall from Taylor Farms.
A federal grand jury meeting yesterday in Lubbock, Texas, returned a one-count indictment charging Ali Reza Shahsavari, 29, of Indialantic, Florida, with one count of interference with a flight crew.
Women's Protective Services will hold a candlelight vigil this evening at 6:30 for the 142 women who died last year in Texas from domestic abuse.
White House officials are monitoring reports that Moammar Gadhafi has been captured or possibly killed in Libya, but are unable to confirm the status of the former Libyan leader.