The rain around the area could not keep the folks at the First Progressive Baptist Church from coming out and celebrating the opening of its new mentorship program, Strong Willing Able Generation (SWAG).
Read the court order that details what was agreed and ordered in Thursday's Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy hearing.
Lubbock County Commissioners informing departments who submitted budget requests, many of those will not be met. This is due to a proposed effective tax rate that is one cent less than the current rate.
No application, no income checks; just attend a car safety class and UMC will provide and install a properly-sized car seat in your vehicle.
In a new filing in the Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy case, a dealership owner claims Reagor-Dykes owes $513,717 for vehicles that may be in possession of consumers.
Hockley County Judge Pat Phelan has disqualified the county's District Attorney after Lubbock based attorneys Christina Woods and Laurie Key both filed motions to disqualify Christopher Dennis for prosecutorial vindictiveness.
In the midst of the Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy process, the employment rate in Lubbock continues to rise. John Osborne, with the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA), says the economy is still in good shape.
A former Muleshoe ISD educator is out on bond following her arrest for unlawful restraint with a victim under 17, a state jail felony. Stephanie Lowery, 28, was arrested August 3 and posted bond the same day.
Lubbock’s favorite music son, Buddy Holly, will be featured in a new exhibit at the Texas Tech University Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, with a reception and gallery talk for the exhibit at 5 p.m. on Sept. 6.
The completion of the paving project brings the stretch of 98th Street from Milwaukee to Upland Avenue.