House lawmakers approve the revised Farm Bill in sweeping fashion with full bipartisan support. The compromise on this $867 billion measure includes no further restrictions on work requirements in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. After two years of vigorous debate and gridlock, the senate passes the Farm Bill Tuesday 87 to 13, leading up to the House passing it in a whopping 369 to 47 vote.
There were 183 crashes reported in the Lubbock city limits from last weekend's storm. This week's obstacle is the insurance companies, specifically when it comes to damage from the elements.
If your commute takes you along Avenue Q in Lubbock, you cannot miss the blaring eye sore that is the pile of rusting, twisted metal left behind from the Villa Town Motel.
Texas Tech University System Chancellor Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell provided the following statement of support for the 2018 farm bill, which has been approved by the U.S. Congress and U.S. Senate.
Robin Lock has been named interim dean of the Texas Tech University College of Education, the university provost announced Tuesday (Dec. 11). Lock is the college’s acting dean and a professor of special education. She has been at the university since 1996 and has previously served as associate dean and vice dean in the College of Education and director of the Burkhart Center for Autism Education & Research.
Congress voted today to pass bipartisan legislation protecting the nation's largest anti-hunger program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (aka SNAP) and increasing resources for food banks.
Slow progress is being made on resolving Reagor-Dykes customers' unpaid tax, title and license and also trade-in balances. But there are still hundreds of unresolved cases totaling $5.4 million in owed balances.
Lubbock Police were called to the intersection of 82nd Street and University Avenue around 10:25 p.m., Friday Dec. 7, following reports of a crash. Officers located a male victim James Churchwell, 68, who was transported to UMC with serious injuries.