Sources close to the investigation say human remains found near Big Spring are likely those of Hailey Dunn. Hailey Dunn, 13, was reported missing in late December 2010.
It's opening up a whole new world of science through high tech microscopes that can take a picture and make it 10,000 times bigger than what the human eye can see.
A Slaton man who filed suit against President Barack Obama, former Speaker of the U.S. House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid had his case thrown out Tuesday...
It's a weeklong fundraiser tied to Komen for the Cure for appointments at any of these salons between this Saturday, the 24, and next Saturday, the 31st.
This is great news if you're one of the millions of women who have been advised to take Boniva to maintain bone strength and help prevent osteoporosis.
Dr. Allan Eisenbaum, a Pediatric Ophthalmologist at Texas Tech, was our guest today during HealthWise at Five. Since March is Save Your Vision month, Dr. Eisenbaum discussed the importance protecting
The historic Pioneer Hotel revealed its new facelift to the public Tuesday. The renovations are part of the city's downtown revitalization plan.
Lubbock County employees are collecting donations to help a Deputy District Clerk who suffered a fire in her home on Monday.
A former Meadow High School teacher has been accused of behaving inappropriately with a student.
The Salvation Army's youth group is hosting a BBQ dinner on Friday, March 23 to raise funds for a mission trip to New Braunfels and Killeen this summer.
After less than 20 minutes of deliberation yesterday afternoon, a federal jury convicted Lubbock, Texas, resident, Octavia Anderson on one count of possessing and uttering a forged and counterfeited security...
The top-ranked South Plains College Texans survived a poor shooting first half and came away with a victory over No. 15 East Mississippi Community College Tuesday at the Hutchinson Sports Arena and will advance to play third-ranked Monroe (N.Y.) College at 6 p.m.
The Code Administration Section of the Lubbock Police Department will be conducting a field exercise in the Harwell neighborhood on Thursday, March 22, 2012 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Lubbock Assistant Criminal District Attorney Scott Morris has resigned his position to campaign for Judge, Lubbock County Court at Law, No. 1. Morris is running against Mark Hocker who announced his candidacy back in December.