CBD shop owners across the state say it is unclear whether they can sell delta 8 products after the Department of State Health Services labeled the hemp product as a schedule one drug, just like heroin or LSD.
“The thing that makes us a little different from everyone is we really take our time with what we do. We love it. We’re not just in it to get rich or anything like that. We really put all of our care and love into everything we do here.”
Arrington and nine other House members signed the letter addressed to EPA Administrator Michael Regan, asking him to postpone any new regulations until the Department of Energy releases its study on methane emissions from low-producing oil and gas wells.
Laboratory testing at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has identified the bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei in an aromatherapy spray -- the same type of bacteria that sickened four people in the United States earlier this year.
Hockley County currently has four capital murder cases on the docket, a high number for a rural area. That includes last month’s indictment of the accused Levelland shooter charged with killing a SWAT commander.
The Environmental Protection Agency has released a PFAS Strategic Roadmap which outlines the actions it plans to take on “forever chemicals” that have been found in groundwater near the former Reese Air Force Base.
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Sheriff Rowe says the department is losing seasoned deputies to surrounding agencies like the Lubbock police, Texas Tech police and school district police. The proposed tax rate would increase the payment for the average homeowner by about $70, totaling about $600 a year in payment to the county alone.
This is the first street bond election in more than a decade. Lubbock's four largest business associations support the proposition, while other community members say it's too expensive and includes unnecessary projects.
TxDOT’s traveling impaired driving exhibit was on Texas Tech’s campus, showing students the dangers and consequences of impaired driving. This is part of their “Drive Sober, No Regrets” campaign, encouraging students and football fans to celebrate responsibly.
According to Frenship, school administrators plan to work with community members, parents, students, and staff “to outline expectations, provide direction, set goals, and develop strategies to best serve Frenship students.”
Randy Criswell is a Texas Tech graduate and longtime veteran of local government, including his current role as City Manager of Mineral Wells, and 22 years with the City of Canyon serving as City Manager, Assistant City Manager and the Director of Public Works.