One Lubbock man has been upgraded from critical to satisfactory condition after a wreck that killed one person Tuesday.
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"The Protester" has been named Time's "Person of the Year" for 2011. The selection was announced Wednesday on NBC's "The Today Show."
An insurance company is accusing Hockley County of inflating a damage claim by more than $6 million. National Fire Insurance filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday, saying Hockley County made claims on hail damage for six buildings following a storm on March 19, 2011.
Occupy Lubbock protestors are on alert after they say someone threatened one of their members with a gun Monday night.
Normally the Alpha Tex case would be heard by the Floyd County Court At Law Judge, but instead, State District Judge John B. Board has been appointed to hear the case.
Recent delays and cancellations at Lubbock's Preston Smith International Airport have been attributed to a problem with the airport's Instrument Landing System, or ILS.
An early morning gas explosion damaged Mrs. Camp's Bakery and sent four to UMC.
Craig James will announce his U.S. Senate campaign for Kay Bailey Hutchison's vacant seat Thursday, according to a tweet from the Dallas Morning News.
Lubbock Police are looking for the suspect in an early morning robbery