Recent rains on the South Plains haven't been enough to overcome the severe drought suffered over the past year. The drought has all but dried up Lubbock's primary source of water, so now the city is gearing up to enforce stage two water restrictions.
Dr. Joseph Coselli, a world renowned heart surgeon, was in Lubbock from the Texas Heart Institute of Houston.
HealthWise at Five today, Dr. Larry Whitcomb, a surgeon at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, discusses incisionless reflux disease surgery.
Colon Cancer is more common over age 50, but that doesn't mean you're protected because you're much younger than that.
Texas Tech right-handed pitcher Duke von Schamann threw a complete-game two-hitter to lift the Red Raiders in a 3-1 victory over Kansas on Friday night at Hoglund Ballpark.
An SUV hit another SUV in South Lubbock Friday, hard enough to make it flip over.
Former Red Raider Will Ford was arrested in Abilene for having marijuana in a school zone on Thursday. He was also charged with evading arrest.
Businessman John W. Beakley tells a Lubbock judge that he should not be held in contempt of court because he now enjoys special protection in bankruptcy proceedings.
Students were asked to create videos about the cotton industry and its importance to their community, and out of all those who entered, the winner was Lubbock Cooper FFA. They were awarded with a check for $2,500 dollars.
There is a new organization in Lubbock that is hoping to prevent cases of animal cruelty and help local animal shelters find homes for their dogs.
Elections are heating up across the country and the local mayoral race is no exception. Mayor Tom Martin released a commercial that accuses his opponent, Glen Robertson, of being in favor of raising property taxes. Martin says they are simply issue ads.
Parker County Sheriff's deputies seized in excess of one ton of marijuana Thursday, March 29, 2012, from a tractor trailer at a truck stop off Interstate 20.
Lubbock police are looking for a suspect in a commercial burglary at the Hunter's Way Apartments.
The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed again to $640 million with a cash value of $462 million! Players in Texas have until Friday at 9:45 p.m.to buy tickets.