Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division got involved in the case against John Beakley and his company, Roundtable Corporation.
Growing health care costs and stressed state budgets are now sending more people to the emergency room for dental care. This is leaving hospitals with a hefty bill and slowing down care for others.
No. 26 Texas Tech scored four runs in the seventh inning and had three players with multi-hit games while defeating No. 10 Arizona State on Tuesday evening at Packard Stadium.
The City of Lubbock is getting ready to renovate a portion of the Civic Center.
A home in the 1300 block of 38th St. and Avenue caught fire this morning around 11:30. A neighbor reported the blaze and the Lubbock fire department responded just three minutes later.
Lubbock police have provided some details about a Tuesday morning wreck that caused an SUV to hit a building at Memphis and 22nd Place around 9 a.m.
The City of Lubbock received official word on Tuesday morning that it is being sued for more than $8.9 million by a company called Republic Power.
At a meeting Tuesday morning, the Lubbock City Council voted unanimously to hold at least one meeting after 5:30 p.m. every four months from now on.
The Lubbock Salvation Army is asking for help. Their Family Thrift Store is in need of donations.
Covenant Community Health Outreach celebrated 25 years of partnering with the St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) Foundation Tuesday by presenting a $10,000 check to Lubbock Impact, a local not-for-profit organization.
The Hale Center man who police say shot and killed his daughter's boyfriend will not be facing charges. The case was taken to a Hale County Grand Jury who decided not to indict Trisler.
Dwight Fullingim describes himself as a Lubbock boy with cosmopolitan experience. On Monday he announced his candidacy for Lubbock City Council District 4.