A doctor in Brownfield will spend up to five years in prison for over-prescribing painkillers, muscle relaxers and Xanax.
A former deacon is suing the Diocese of Lubbock for severely damaging his reputation. Jesus Guerrero is seeking more than $1 million in damages.
For years, what used to be a recycling center is now a major eye sore and an environmental hazard, but both the city and county plan to finally do something about it.
Today, Congressman Jodey Arrington (TX-19) released a statement following Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election.
Texas Tech University will host the seventh annual International Arts & Culture Symposium from 1-5 p.m. Saturday (March 30) at the Helen DeVitt Jones Auditorium at the Museum of Texas Tech University.
Go Blue Lubbock, a county-wide project to promote Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention kicks off Friday, March 29th at 8:30 AM at the FirstBank & Trust Conference Center located inside the PrimeWest Mortgage Building at 9826 Slide Road.
Come experience how Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) uses technology to teach the next generation of health care providers at “Museum by Night: The Art of Health Care."
U.S. prosecutors have charged Trump critic and attorney Michael Avenatti with extortion and bank and wire fraud.
The Lubbock chapter of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women, along with Presenting Sponsor Covenant Health, are honored to host the Go Red Luncheon on Thursday, April 18 at the Overton Hotel and Conference Center.
For those who couldn't make it to Tulsa, fans gathered at watch parties throughout the Hub City to support the Red Raiders.
#3 Texas Tech defeated #6 Buffalo 78-58 and advances to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row. The Red Raiders led by 8 at halftime and didn't look back, outscoring the Bulls 45-33 in the second half.
The heart rate changes depending on how many people are in the building. It speeds up as the area becomes more crowded, then eventually settles to sleeping rate overnight.
Ten states have legalized recreational and medical marijuana, while 23 others have allowed it for medical use only.
One woman has died after an accidental house fire Friday night near 79th St. and Avenue D.
Road work will mean the intersection of 74th & Utica will be closed starting Monday.
Forty boxes of food are ready to be sent from Lubbock to Haiti. The volunteer work is part of Kingdom Prep Academy's Feed the Need Program. It raised money for the school while also helping others.
An insurance company based in Kansas is suing Bart Reagor and his wife Annette. It claims the Auto Group co-owner and all the dealerships he runs have defaulted on all their contracts.
You could describe Catherine Royalty in a number of ways. At 104-years-old, she is the oldest living World War II veteran in Lubbock.
In wake of the New Zealand mosque shooting that left 50 dead, religious groups across Lubbock met at the Islamic Center to show their support.
Texas Tech defeated Northern Kentucky 72-57 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. They will face either #6 Buffalo or #11 Arizona State on Sunday.
In support of education and business development in West Texas, Mayor Pope joined Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson to remind the state of West Texas' contributions.
On World Down Syndrome Awareness Day, student athletes from a variety of Texas Tech Athletics teams spent the afternoon with some of High Point Village's villagers.
The Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation surprised educators on all eight of its campuses by awarding more than $100,000 in grants.
Vista claimed Rick Dykes placed $7.5 million in a FirstCapital account in exchange for $2.1 million in capital; the court documents indicate Bart Reagor transferred an unknown amount of mutual fund assets for a similar agreement, but FirstCapital never extended any additional capital to the dealership.
The Slaton Police Department and the Lubbock County SWAT team are responding to reports of a barricaded subject inside a home in South Slaton.