Matt Rose with LP&L says part of his confidence comes from ERCOT's recent focus on improving reliability. He says reserve margins are higher than ever and he's encouraged by how the grid managed with what happened this past weekend.
When the State of Texas closed its COVID-19 monoclonal antibody infusion center at 50th Street & University Avenue in Lubbock, Dr. Houssam Al Kharrat made a phone call to his colleagues there with the question of what would become of the remaining medication.
It can be tough navigating advice from agencies, doctors, family and Facebook, as parents try to feed their babies amidst a nationwide formula shortage. One pediatrician is giving his advice to keep your children safe.
Twenty-five individuals are behind bars following a central Lubbock prostitution operation conducted by the Lubbock Police Department’s Special Operations Division, the Texas Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security Investigations.
While they leave office under different circumstances, Councilmen Randy Christian and Jeff Griffith feel it has been a privilege and honor to serve the City of Lubbock, which they expect to experience growing pains and successes as a mostly new city council is seated on Tuesday.
The Calf Canyon-Hermits Peak fire is now the largest fire in New Mexico history. It's burned nearly 300,000 acres, forced families out of their homes and destroyed several structures. Some of those are near and dear to families here in the south plains.
The United Supermarkets Family announced Monday morning it is partnering with Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospitals to raise money by donating at the register of any United Supermarkets, Market Street, Albertsons Market or Amigos location.
Cutting-edge computer technology designed to mimic the human brain is being used by hackers to create lifelike videos of celebrities and politicians. But now, bad actors are using this readily available tech to target everyday social media users in cryptocurrency scams.