Lubbock volunteers will be counting the number of homeless out on the streets in a couple of weeks for a state-wide survey.
For the 2nd time in four days, the Red Raiders were hosting a top 10 team and #10 Kansas was as advertised as they topped Tech 81-46.
A Lubbock woman was nearly arrested Wednesday after showing up late for court.
The lead attorneys for Mike Leach asked to be removed from his trial against Texas Tech on Wednesday.
The 10th ranked Lady Raiders lost their first game of the year Wednesday, dropping a tough 71-68 contest to Oklahoma in Norman.
Authorities are turning back the hands of time to solve cold cases spanning decades.
Xcel Energy customers had been looking a 7% rate hike on their electric bill, but for now that won't happen.
The construction on 98th Street and Slide is causing more than just a headache for residents in the area – it's causing safety issues. "Streets of Speed" returned for the day just to catch the speeders taking the detours.
Lubbock Police on Wednesday formally announced a new online crime reporting system. The system does not replace 9-1-1 and the instructions for this new service are very clear that in an emergency "please call 9-1-1."
Snyder Police Corporal Darrell Campbell was back in the hospital Wednesday. Snyder Police Department officials tell us Campbell may be suffering from complications from being off some medication.
A Frenship student was taken to the hospital Wednesday after a rollover accident.
Lubbock sales tax receipts are up 6.2% for the January allocations, according to the Texas Comptroller. Statewide sales tax collections are up 9.1%, and collections by Texas cities are up by an average 8.3%.
Early Wednesday morning, at approximately 12:40 a.m., a midnight shift sergeant was patrolling the area around Bolton's, 3700 Ave Q, when he observed the front glass of the business was shattered. A suspect was running from the business.