The Texas Tech Red Raiders are still looking for their first conference win after losing Wednesday night to the #22 Kansas State Wildcats 69-47 at home. The loss marks the 7th straight for the Red Raiders as they struggle through conference play.
Bumpy roads are causing headaches for people in southwest Lubbock County, particularly for some bus drivers.
After a regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Thursday, the Council will meet again in special session. The agenda calls for a closed-door meeting on the City's long-running legal battle with businessman Ted Parker.
The Lady Raiders losing streak continued on the road as Kansas's Carolyn Davis scored 34 points, leading the Lady Jayhawks past #21 Texas Tech 62-43.
Back in November, the former restaurant manager for the Overton Hotel filed a labor lawsuit, claiming she was fired in violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act. On Wednesday, the management company for the Overton, 1859 Historic Hotels Ltd., responded.
Is your child's school rated poorly? There may be an option for them to move to another school.
The Lubbock ISD Board approved the 2012-2013 school calendar on Wednesday.
A Hockley County man was arrested Tuesday after sheriff's deputies found an underground marijuana growing operation concealed under a barn.
The South Plains College Texan basketball team's undefeated record has helped them to receive the No. 1 ranking in the NJCAA basketball polls released Tuesday afternoon.
Mark Blankenship is now officially the interim school board member for District 3 of LISD.
A new Texas lottery game has veterans in mind with $2 scratch-off tickets. Proceeds will help benefit the Fund For Veterans' Assistance, part of the Texas Veterans Commission.
Music Director Tomasz Golka will be delivering his last public violin performance with the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday.