UBS will be open tomorrow on Christmas Eve from 9:00 until 2:00, and all next week during its regular hours.
The South Plains Mall was packed with people Friday as Lubbock shoppers rushed to find that perfect gift. You may find some great last-minute bargains, but first you have to find a parking space.
As travelers hit the road for the holiday weekend, drivers are getting a break at the pump, especially if they fill up in Lubbock before heading out.
Women's Protective Services has a newly remodeled safe house.
The burn ban for Lubbock County was only lifted Thursday, but local residents wasted no time taking advantage of it.
The Salvation Army of Lubbock says as of Thursday they were $32,000 behind their $250,000 dollar goal for the Red Kettles.
DPS troopers are watching the roads to help keep drivers in check. They've been out in force since Dec. 20 and will remain there through New Year's Day.
With Christmas days away, Santa isn't the only one busy trying to get gifts ready. Local delivery services are kicking it into gear to make sure last-minute gifts get under the tree in time.
With temperatures expected to dip down into the 20s, the Salvation Army is offering hot meals and warm clothes to those in need.
Lubbock police have provided a brief report about a violent argument that left one man injured Friday.
Lubbock police are searching for a suspect in an Aggravated Robbery that occurred Thursday evening at 2700 Ivory.
Looking for a place to eat over the holiday? The following restaurants will be open...
Today is your last chance to see Santa at Santa Land.
A Lubbock man, convicted of killing his girlfriend in a murder for hire plot will spend the rest of his life in prison.
As you make plans for the next two weeks, you might want to keep in mind that there will be no college football games on New Year's Day.