On Veteran's Day Lubbock, residents continued to honor our troops and veterans by leaving their porch lights on.
The Billy Gillispie era got off to a good start Friday night as the Red Raiders defeated the Trojans from Troy 90-85 at the United Spirit Arena.
In these hard economic times, people need to be reminded of the wonderful services available in rural communities and of the dedicated professionals working to provide them. People across the country
The Lady Raiders of Texas Tech opened their 2011-2012 season with a victory at home, defeating the Lady Lobos of New Mexico 69-43.
A fun run tomorrow does double duty for two charities in Lubbock. It's called "Women Run Lubbock 5K." All the proceeds will benefit women in need through Women's Protective Services, and the YWCA of Lubbock.
New guidelines now call for all kids to be screened for high cholesterol, not just those with a family history of the condition.
Lubbock Mayor Tom Martin and the Texas Tech ROTC will be at the Carillon Senior LifeCare Community at 1717 Norfolk at 4 p.m. today to honor veterans of three 20th century wars.
Several Veterans will be honored during Saturday's game between Texas Tech and Oklahoma State. One of those to be honored is Estacado High school graduate Matthew Rodriguez.
In honor of Veterans Day, Texas Tech will honor fallen soldiers at Memorial Circle by reading their names collaboratively with other colleges and universities.
In honor of Veterans Day, many schools in Lubbock will be honoring those who have served our country.
Following her conviction at trial earlier this year on a majority of the federal felony offenses charged in a 27-count indictment against her and her son, Janice Edwina Demmitt, 60, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson to 70 months in federal prison.