Unemployment is up and construction permits are down as Lubbock National Bank released its 3rd quarter economic index Friday.
There are many things we can do to significantly reduce our risk of cancer. We can eat lots of fruits and veggies, drink plenty of water, and we can take a walk every day.
Lorenzo Police Chief Henry Benitez says his training did not prepare him to handle mountain lions, but during patrol early Wednesday morning, he spotted one.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has begun work to remove the 65-mile per hour nighttime speed limit and all truck speed limit signs on Lubbock District roadways.
Shallowater ISD was put on lockdown Friday morning after a suspicious package was reported at First State Bank on Hwy 84. The all clear was given when the package was identified as a bag of trash blown in from a cotton field.
In the midst of the driest year on record in Lubbock, yesterday brought a precipitation record. The airport measured 0.80 inch - a melted mix of rain, sleet, and snow - the most for any October 27.
The NCAA is taking its first step towards cleaning up college athletics. The NCAA is now giving conferences the option of adding $2,000 in spending money to athletic scholarships.
Lubbock Police need your help locating an armed robber. Police say security confronted a man for shoplifting Monday at Wal-Mart when the man attacked them with a knife and rode off on a bicycle.
The National Ranching Heritage Center is holding old-fashioned harvest festival today, from 4pm to 7 p.m.