The Texas Department of Transportation has released a crash report on Saturday’s fatal crash in which two first responders died, one firefighter was hospitalized in critical condition and a driver suffered serious injuries.
After the loss of two first responders this weekend, several representatives from various First Responder organizations across the country are asking drivers across the country to “pay attention and move over.”
The Lubbock County Democratic Party Executive committee delivered a release, urging representative Jodey Arrington, as well as Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn to support the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Dr. Dennis D. Tedford, a 59-year-old family medicine doctor in Brownfield was sentenced to five years in federal prison and ordered to pay $70,000 in restitution today for prescribing drugs without legitimate medical purpose.
An Austin-based Texas Country band got the support of west Texas and the Lubbock music industry Thursday night after their bus burned on the way to the Hub City; costing them equipment, merchandise, and even some shoes.
On November 16, from 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., incoming traffic will be closed and the Lubbock Police Department will have officers on scene at Broadway and University Avenue east to Avenue X, to provide a safe environment for vendors and customers in the Broadway area.
The Atheist Community of Lubbock has announced they will be providing food, clothes and blankets as part of their first ever “No Strings Attached” homeless outreach event, on Sunday, November 17, at Mose Hood park on 26th and Ave Q from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
An assembly of all-local artists are ready to release their work to the public in a free event tonight at the Cactus Theater. Scheduled to perform are Dustin Garrett, Phantom Wilds, Booga Bradshaw, Jerry Serrano, Jim Dixon, Derek Bohl, Alicia Morgan, Hannah Jackson, Madelyn Mandry and SPUR 327.