Six weeks after qualifying to run 400 meter relays at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Vernon Norwood, who sprinted for South Plains College 2012-13, anchored the United States to it’s first track and field medal of this year’s Games.
Co-owner Hailee schilling says the company has sent shirts all over the country. Through the process, they’ve heard stories from Bartlett’s friends, people he taught in academy, his SWAT family and his military family.
The City of Lubbock Public Health Department will work with LISD to offer school vaccinations as well as Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to students and parents on August 6, at Monterey High School, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
On Thursday, July 29th, the Open Door housing team handed keys to the 75th person exiting chronic homelessness and entering its permanent supportive housing program. This is a huge step in Open Door’s goal of ending chronic homelessness in Lubbock.
Along with some public meetings and other engagement, including with Lubbock developers, the modules have been online for public comment. As the project moves into its final stages and final drafts, the city aims to gather more input.
A gang member who started a riot at the Lubbock County Jail last month was sentenced today to more than 21 years in federal prison for a drug crime, announced Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Prerak Shah.
Even two years after his retirement from Major League Baseball, Ian Kinsler, who played second base for the Texas Rangers from 2006-2013, showed he can still play the game, especially while serving as Israel’s lead-off hitter in its inaugural Olympic appearance at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Days before Texas Tech’s two-time triple jump champion Ruth Usoro and signee sprinter Rosemary Chukwuma were scheduled to lace up the sneakers for Nigeria at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, they learned they are unable to do so.
In May, the 28-year-old started feeling sick. After testing positive for COVID-19, he was sent home with medicine. Two days later, he told his fiancée he couldn’t breath or feel his arms. Since he’s been in the hospital, Jose has seen his kids three times.
During the 11-hour standoff, sheriff Rowe says agents noticed Soto-Chavira had gone radio silent after hours of periodic shooting and talking with negotiators. To assess the situation--without harming other law enforcement agents--they sent Andros f6, a 600-pound multi-function robot.
Investigators have worked with a facial reconstruction artist to create a drawing of what the 15-30-year-old white or Hispanic male is believed to have looked like. He also had a partial upper denture and wore a large gold-colored ring.