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The check-writing season that commences before every election left a target on the West Texas Home Builders Association this year, but representatives of the group are now speaking out.
U.S. Rep. Randy Neugebauer, left, speaks with Rise Academy Director Rick Baumgartner during his visit to Rise Academy Thursday.
For the second year, Lubbock will hold a Cinco de Mayo parade on Saturday, May 3, 2014, to commemorate the historical observance.
Marcos Sanchez, general manager, speaks about some of the features inside the new Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at North Slide Road and North Loop 289 on Tuesday.
Lubbock police have arrested a 56-year-old man in connection with a fatal shooting that stemmed from an argument Wednesday evening in the 2600 block of Ivory Avenue.
A 20-year-old California man tried to steal a patrol vehicle before he was shot and killed Sunday in south Lubbock by a Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper, according to a statement DPS officials released Wednesday.
Once again, it seems the chance of rain for Lubbock has passed us by. This continues a prolonged period of dry conditions that have lawns turning brown, plants wilting and homeowners considering drastic water-saving measures.
She said a man identifying himself as IRS agent Michael Worthington asked her to call back regarding to a sensitive matter.
A 36-year-old Lubbock man will be serving concurrent life sentences after pleading guilty Wednesday to two counts of murder.
A new report about gang violence in Texas has revealed a high concentration of activity right here in the Lubbock area.
Regional water users have overestimated the supply and will need to adjust projections with what the state says is available, members of the Llano Estacado Regional Water Planning Group learned at its meeting Wednesday.
The week before Christmas the Houston City Council voted overwhelmingly to regulate the so-called payday and auto title lenders, the largely unregulated industry critics call predatory because it often charges interest rates of 500 percent or more if borrowers don't repay their short-term loans on time.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter and recording artist Christopher Williams will play folk-rock music when headlining a HubCityMusic.com house concert from 7:15 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, April 24, at Paul Johnson's home at 3707 94th St. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Payment is accepted at the door, or advance payment can be made via credit card, PayPal ... (more)
The Lubbock Police Department is cracking down on panhandlers in what they're calling an effort to make the roads safer.
Economic growth is the main reason why two chambers of commerce had a joint press conference Tuesday morning at the First United Bank in Lubbock to express support for the upcoming Frenship Independent School District bond election.