A Lubbock doctor will reclaim his chair on the Texas Board of Orthotics and Prosthetics.
Governor Rick Perry reappointed, Richard Michael Neider to the board. The board sets rules for the regulation of Orthotic and Prosthetic Professionals in Texas. His term will expire in six years.
The measure would be the fourth stopgap spending bill since the current budget year started in October.
The United States Postal Service announced in October 2017 that a pricing change would take effect on Jan. 21.
Three people fishing frantically wave and yell at the captain of another boat to get his attention before jumping overboard.
A boil water notice has been issued until Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 for residents of Seagraves after freezing temperatures caused a main water line to rupture.
A Lubbock man has been found guilty of domestic assault and now faces two to 10 years in prison.