President Donald Trump said he'll be making a "major announcement" on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon as the standstill over his border wall continues into its fifth week.
A Lubbock family is reaching out to the community for support after learning their loved one, Crish McCutcheon, will now be a quadruple amputee. According to the family, she was diagnosed with pneumonia that went septic on Jan. 6.
On the same afternoon attorneys for Reagor-Dykes Auto Group learned a Lubbock bankruptcy judge will allow Ford Motor Credit to repossess vehicles, attorneys also learned Gulf States Toyota can sever their agreement with the auto group’s Plainview Toyota dealership.
From making devices to mix peanut butter to 3D printing a medical instrument to help with breathing, a creative space in Lubbock is providing ways for makers, engineers and artists to come together and make their communities better.
Judge Robert Jones has cleared the way for Ford Motor Credit to take back vehicles sold to Reagor-Dykes Auto Group. In the ruling Thursday, Judge Jones approved Ford’s relief request from the automatic stay motion filed eight days after Reagor-Dykes' initial bankruptcy.
State Representative Brooks Landgraf (Odessa) has filed legislation to effectively repeal the STAAR test by eliminating the requirement to use public school assessment instruments as a criterion for promotion or graduation or to make certain accountability determinations.
A warrant through the Lubbock Police Department details some of the events that led up to the shooting death of 41-year-old Jimmy Hernandez Rodriguez, who was killed near the 1500 block of 37th Street Wednesday afternoon.
The Ropes Independent School District has announced classes will be cancelled on Monday to allow faculty, staff and students to attend the funeral of Jill Reep, a second grade teacher at the school who died Tuesday night.