Westminster Presbyterian is joining the "Rise Against Hunger" para-church organization to help eliminate extreme hunger by 2030. Pastor Elliot Powell said the church will be working with other Rise Against Hunger groups to package food for donation.
About 100 demonstrators chanted and beat drums outside a federal appeals court as three judges heard arguments about letting a Texas law against so-called sanctuary cities take effect before it hears arguments about the law itself.
Civic Lubbock, Inc. will release "Lubbock Music Now 2017" at a celebration Sunday afternoon at The Blue Light Live with 13 acts performing on indoor and outdoor stages
The decision to get behind the wheel after a few drinks is a decision that could set you back thousands and will leave a permanent stain on your record.
The cotton ginning season starts in the next few weeks and for producers in Crosby County, the gin is back up and running. In early December of last year, a fire gutted the Associated Cotton Growers in Crosbyton, burning a quarter of the gin that and forcing it to shut down mid season.
The Friends of the Lubbock Public Library celebrated its golden 50th anniversary with a series of events for all ages. Tonight's event was a screening of the first episode of the PBS hit show "Downton Abbey."
Thousands of hungry spectators lined up for the 17th annual Hub City Barbecue Cook-Off. The festival featured meats sides and desserts from more than one hundred teams.
The Estacado Matadors celebrated homecoming week with a parade. It's Estacado High School's 50th anniversary and students celebrated all week long with dress up days, a senior breakfast, a homecoming pep rally and the annual homecoming parade.
Founding fathers came to Lubbock in a historical reenactment of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton to discuss the U.S. Constitution. The event is in celebration of Remnant Trust's 20th Anniversary and co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Tech.
Travis County prosecutors say in a court filing that state Rep. Dawnna Dukes spent more than $51,000 on an online psychic, appeared for work at the Capitol impaired and hid a cellphone from investigators.