A nasty rollover in southeast Lubbock sent one person to the hospital Tuesday morning. Lubbock police tell us the driver of this car was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries around 11 a.m.
Every day in this country 250 adults lose a foot due to complications from diabetes. Yet, nearly 70 percent of these amputations could have been prevented.
Two local Red Cross workers left Lubbock on Tuesday night, headed to the Dallas area in an emergency response vehicle, ready to help tornado victims.
Paul Rodriguez was indicted for injury to a child on Tuesday. He is accused of physically abusing his girlfriend's 2 year old son.
A Lubbock grand jury indicted Albert Padilla for indecency with a child on Tuesday.
It was intended to scare people and make them think before smoking, and it has apparently encouraged thousands to pick up the phone…instead of a pack of cigarettes.
The Salvation Army has been asked by the City of Arlington's Office of Emergency Management to set up a disaster shelter at its community center in Arlington.
Texas Tech (12-6, 1-0 Big 12) climbed back into the Top 25 at No. 23 in this week's Intercollegiate Tennis Association's men's poll released Tuesday.
Texas Tech (15-3, 5-0 Big 12) jumped two places in this week's Intercollegiate Tennis Association women's poll to No. 20.
Authorities say a grass fire in Dougherty, Texas was most likely caused by lightning Tuesday morning.
The Dallas Love Field Airport was briefly shut down Sunday after a students science project set of a false alarm.
The Park Fit Challenge encourages all Lubbockites to get out and get moving!
Lubbock has a maximum stage two allowance of water used every day: 61.4 million gallons. If the usage exceeds that number for five days in a row, that will trigger moving into stage three water restrictions.
Last Thursday the Lubbock City Council approved language to take away the mandatory customer refunds from LP&L because once again the bureaucrats know how to spend our money better than us.
Two Lubbock police officers asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit, but the answer is ‘no.' Clinton Lewis and Jeffery Simpson are accused of excessive force in a lawsuit filed by Robert Campbell,
Councilman Paul Beane says there is a perfectly good reason that City Council voted to do away with mandatory LP&L rebates.