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... a relief appearance since. His first big-league start will be to replace an injured veteran, but Matheny says the Lubbock native has a future in the Major League Baseball. "He will remain a starting pitcher, whether it's in St. Louis or in Triple-A ... Comment?
In the aftermath of deadly tornadoes in Oklahoma, Lubbock city and county officials are taking a fresh look at their ability to notify area residents of emergencies. Comment?
In tornado season, the Lubbock Independent School District and area schools watch over the well-being of their students with an eye on the clouds and an electronic connection with the National Weather Service. Comment?
During a town hall meeting Tuesday at Mae Simmons Community Center, Eric Strong and the Roots Historical Arts Council unveiled plans for an East Lubbock gateway project at 19th Street and Avenue A. The plan features a decorative, terraced brick entryway structure and landscaping to accompany a small arts district near the site of the former ... (more) Comment?
Lubbock Fire Marshal Robert Loveless said a call about the fire at 1001 E. 28th St. Comment?
... an e-mail that it will drop seven (7) movies on Friday. A closer look shows that five of those seven will remain in Lubbock at other local cinemas. Of course, when Premiere announces it is losing its "IMAX Iron Man 3," that only means that another ... Comment?
Lubbock police are asking for the public's help in finding a suspect in the burglary of the Chapman Field House about 5 a.m. May 5 in the 2300 block of Avenue W. The man was described as Hispanic with light skin, in his late teens or early 20s with short, dark brown hair, according to a statement from the Lubbock Police Department. Comment?
Lubbock police are asking for the public to help identify the victim of an aggravated assault that happened last month in a Stripes convenience store. Comment?
A Petersburg man was indicted on Tuesday, May 21, on charges of aggravated sexual assault on a woman he allegedly abducted while she walked along a street in Lubbock. Comment?
Lubbock real estate agents had their best April on record, and buyers are still showing up in what's become a seller's market. Comment?
An EF-5 tornado ripped through the Hub City on May 11th, 1970, killing 26 people. Comment?
... not if, but when.'" Now, I have yet to hear any argument against sirens that makes sense. So to the members of the Lubbock City council that said on the record they are undecided or against tornado sirens, what else do you need to hear? We want to ... Comment?
While many people in Lubbock want to donate household items and send truckloads of donations to Moore, Oklahoma, the Red Cross is saying that could hinder the relief efforts more than help. Comment?
Residents in both Granbury and in Moore, Oklahoma received advance warning of the storms from the tornado sirens in their cities, but here in Lubbock, it is still unclear whether or not we will get sirens in place. Comment?
Police are responding to a single-vehicle rollover that occurred at the 4000 block of east Loop 289 just before 3 p.m. Officials have confirmed that the driver, a 65-year-old woman was killed in the crash. The Lubbock Police Accident Investigation Unit is on the scene. Comment?
Lubbock Police Department is attempting to locate a light-skinned Hispanic male in his late teens or early twenties with short dark brown hair. Comment?
... Check donations can be mailed or delivered to the Texas Peanut Producers Board office at 4205 N. Interstate 27, Lubbock, Texas, 79403. Designate "PB for OK" in the memo line or lower left hand corner of your check. All proceeds from this effort will ... Comment?
Lubbock Police are attempting to locate the victim of an aggravated assault. The assault occurred on April 20th at approximately 9:30 p.m. at Stripes convenience store located at 202 50th Street. Comment?
Police responded to a semi-rollover on Clovis Rd. and Lubbock Landmark Lane Tuesday. Comment?
District Two City Councilman Floyd Price is inviting residents to a town hall meeting about the future of east Lubbock Tuesday evening. Comment?