Lubbock citizens and businesses are invited to go “Red for Women” on National Wear Red Day slated for February 1.
Henry Louis Gates will serve the as the first guest of the inaugural African American History Month Lecture Series.
The Cargill Meat plant in Plainview announced Thursday morning it will idle its plant on February 1, 2013.
Gas prices drop a penny.
Gas Prices in Lubbock drop for the second consecutive week.
Xcel was honored by the Edison Electric Institute with the association’s Emergency Assistance Award for their outstanding effort in Ohio last summer and in the Northeast for Hurricane Sandy.
The state of the City of Lubbock was addressed Tuesday morning.
Mayor Glen Robertson highlighted the cities 4.6 percent unemployment rate and the growing population of the city now at 233,000.
With the growing population also brings the need for more water sources and conservation for the city’s growing need.
Lubbock County and other area farmers hurt by drought now qualify for emergency loans.
A Texas House member’s bill would make it illegal for a Federal officer to enforce an executive order.
A water main break has occurred in a South Plains town.