Gretchen Aucoin leads the Red Raiders, as she was named as a first team selection as a pitcher/utility player for the central region.
The project was completed this week, and includes renovations to two existing buildings and the addition of a 3,900 square-foot storage facility.
For the fifth year in a row, Frenship Independent School District has received the highest-possible award level for its financial transparency efforts.
The Red Raider track and field team earned its sixth-straight top-10 national ranking, as Tech will officially enter the Big 12 Championship ranked sixth.
Xcel says that they are currently spending more on fuel costs than it is taking in from customer fuel charges, which make up about half of a typical residential customer's monthly bill.
Shanon Hays just completed his fifth season with the Red Raiders, where he accumulated a record of 186-96 during his tenure as head coach.
Dr. Ben Carson, who is a neurosurgeon and political columnist, will sign copies of his new book “One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future,” on Saturday, June 7th in Lubbock.
Lubbock fire fighters have teamed up with the Muscular Dystrophy Association for 60 years to benefit children and adults affected by the muscle disease in the Lubbock area.
Thirty-year-old Latoya Swanger was backing her Kia Rondo SUV out of a driveway in the 6100 block of Avenue R just before 9 p.m. Sunday, May 11th.
Russell Eugene Heath of Lubbock received more than 24 years in prison for his role in bank robberies in Lubbock and Amarillo.