Thursday Apr 10
Half days affecting school attendance at some Lubbock campuses
Schools days with a noon dismissal time are affecting student attendance at some campuses, Lubbock Independent School District trustees heard during a priority campus update at today's board meeting.
Pair charged with stealing credit cards from cars
Two men whose reported spending spree with stolen credit cards was caught by a surveillance camera were indicted on burglary charges Tuesday, March 25, by a Lubbock County grand jury.
West Texan pleads guilty to producing child porn
A West Texas man charged with molesting a girl for years and allegedly giving her his ex-wife's wedding ring has pleaded guilty to producing child pornography.
Slaton man admits producing child pornography
Dale Wray Fulford, 77, of Slaton, Texas, appeared this morning before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings and pleaded guilty to an indictment charging one count of production of child pornography.
Our View: Plan a full loop, but build the west and south parts of it first
As plans develop for an outer traffic loop to deal with Lubbock's future traffic needs, we understand the sensitivity of people who live in the north and east parts of the city.