The Guns and Money Giveaway runs from October 31-December 5, 2013
The Silver Alert was cancelled by Texas DPS at 4:30a, October 31, 2013
Late Wednesday night, the Flower Mound Police Department and Texas Department of Public Safety issued a Silver Alert for an elderly man. The Silver Alert also includes the
In Tuesday's Evening Brief, KFYO's Rob Snyder finds a video from FOX News' Neil Cavuto which explains Americans frustrations with Obamacare
Three turnovers and two stops on 4th Down hurt the Red Raiders in #10 Texas Tech's (7-1, 4-1) 38-30 loss to #15 Oklahoma (7-1, 4-1) on Saturday.
Texas Tech got out to a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter after a Kenny Williams halfback pass to Eric Ward
Monday night, the Frenship ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place an $85.2 million bond on the ballot in May 2014.
According to Frenship ISD officials, the proposed bond will help the district handle future growth at both the high school and elementary school levels. The largest project on the bond is $64.5 million to be allo
Lubbock newspaper columnist and ophthalmologist Dr. Donald May officially kicked off his campaign for the 19th Congressional District of Texas on Thursday. May will run in the March Republican Primary against incumbent, Congressman Randy Neugebauer.
Yesterday, local taxpayer watchdog Mikel Ward filed an open records request with the City of Lubbock. The request was for Requests for Proposals (RFP's) concerning the development of a new power plant for Lubbock Power & Light and other agreements with Lubbock Power & Light and the West Texas Municipal Power Authority.
The new 11,000 square foot Fine Arts Center will allow for high school level fine arts classes to be taught at All Saints
Late Thursday night, the Austin-based Texas Tribune reported that Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance would soon announce plans to leave his chancellor's position.
Hance replaced Dr. David Smith as Texas Tech University System Chancellor on December 1, 2006.
Texas Tech earli
High Point Village today broke ground on Phase I of a new 22,000 square foot facility. The new enrichment center will be located in northwest Lubbock at Milwaukee Avenue and Kent Street. High Point Village serves special needs individuals throughout Lubbock and the South Plains