Most of the citizens of Turkey had never tried the bean curd based alternative, so KCBD NewsChannel 11 sent a camera crew with a plate of samples and captured reactions from the town.
If you'd like to take a test to see if your memory skills are strong or weakening, Thursday is National Memory Screening Day.
The only FDA approved drug to boost levels of good cholesterol, or HDL, may not help lower the risk for heart attack and stroke among patients with established heart problems.
Tuesday afternoon Lubbock Police took the roommate of a murdered man back to the scene in handcuffs while they searched for new evidence, putting them one step closer to solving the murder.
The trial date for Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari has been put off from Jan. 9 to May 14.
November marks the 36th Annual Great American Smokeout developed by the ACS to encourage smokers to use the date to make a plan to quit, or to plan in advance and quit smoking that day.
An early-morning wreck sent a woman to the hospital with critical injuries Tuesday.
While the Occupy Wall Street protesters have been evicted from Zuccotti Park, the protesters of Occupy Lubbock have been given a green light by Mayor Tom Martin.
The Shallowater Education Foundation turned over $26,323 in education grants Tuesday. The funds will be used for classroom instruction at various campus locations.
Lubbock City Councilman Todd Klein is hosting a town hall meeting for District 3 residents.