The City of Lubbock is about to borrow $89 million for various projects and Fitch also looked at $945 million of current debt. All of the debt is rated ‘AA+' which is "very high credit quality."
As gas prices steadily climb, many local drivers are pinching pennies so they can fill up their tank. However, a growing trend among gas stations may have drivers in sticker shock when they check their debit card balance after the pump.
Playing at the United Spirit Arena, the Lady Raiders knocked off Eastern Illinois 85-71 in a first round WNIT game. Shauntal Nobles led Tech with 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Lady Raiders notch their 20th win of the season.
Sunset Church of Christ's Cross Campus Student Ministries and Link Ministries, Inc. will host the Third Annual Hoops For Hope Three On Three Basketball Tournament to benefit Lubbock's homeless.
A group of peaceful protesters spent the day camped out in front of Lubbock's Planned Parenthood clinic. The group is apart of a nationwide movement called 40 Days for Life.
Despite statewide news accounts, Lubbock police are not making any direct connections between Kenneth Dunn, 54, of San Antonio and the murders of multiple women in Lubbock.
A federal appeals court sides in favor of Martha Ellerbrook in her legal battle against the City of Lubbock. Ellerbrook sued the city and in October of 2010 won a $243,000 jury verdict.