To survive, she let her emotions drive her care of patients as they lay alone with no family. At the height of the pandemic during the spring, she made the tough decision to send her children to their grandparents to keep them safe. It was months before she saw them again.
The Lubbock Police Department’s Special Operations Division conducted a prostitution operation on May 7. The operation resulted in 11 arrests for prostitution, soliciting prostitution and other offenses.
A crash on West Loop 289 is causing emergency responders to shut down northbound traffic coming from 50th Street onto the Loop and traffic on the loop is being diverted off before the area of the crash.
In a poll on the KCBD Facebook page, 35 of 50 respondents said they wouldn’t give their child the COVID-19 vaccine. Meanwhile, at the Civic Center, several 12-to-15-year-olds stepped in line for their first opportunity to get the Pfizer vaccine.
Following approval by the FDA, the CDC and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, the Lubbock Health Department administered its first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to children ages 12 and older Thursday at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.
Texas Tech hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday to officially open the Dustin R. Womble Basketball Center, a state-of-the-art $32.2 million facility that will be the new home to the university’s men’s and women’s basketball programs.
Superintendent Jim Baum says the main reason for the change was to give teachers an extra day to plan. Right now, they only get about 45 minutes a day to grade and prepare lessons for up to 90 students.
While the funds have been expected since the American Rescue Plan passed in March, Lubbock leaders don’t exactly know how they’ll spend the nearly $117 million coming to the city and county governments.
Wednesday, homebound residents in and around Lubbock had special visitors knocking on their doors. Law enforcement agents delivered for “Meals On Wheels” in observation of Peace Officer Memorial Day.Members of the Lubbock Police Department, the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office, and State Troopers de
It was one of the coolest May 11 afternoons in Lubbock's weather record. The high was 55°. Just one degree shy of tying the min-max record (coolest high) of 54° (in 1954). Temperatures, and storm chances, more typical of mid-May are on the way.
“It’s about honoring those folks that lost family, about those folks that that stood up and said ‘We’re not gonna let this beat us down’,” Stephen Faulk, VP of MWM Architects said. “There’s a true West Texas spirit around here and not much can knock us down.”
Some business owners have blamed additional unemployment benefits for the worker shortage, but one Lubbock single mother and 18-year veteran of management positions in the service industry says benefits aren't the issue.
The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office released the body camera video of the incident nearly a week after the Lubbock County District Attorney’s office determined it would not take the case to a grand jury.
Stephen and Rick Cavender of the Cavender Auto Family announced today their agreement with David Alderson, President and Owner Alderson Automotive Group, to acquire the Alderson Automotive Group of dealerships located in Lubbock and Midland, Texas.
What a difference a day, or two or three, makes. Saturday was the hottest day of the year so far. Lubbock hit 97° under a mostly sunny sky. Much cooler, even chilly, today and the next few, with a chance of rain and thunderstorms.