Gary Zheng has been placed on paid leave
The City of Lubbock's City Secretary's office completed a recount of last week's District 1 election on Saturday. The recount was requested by one of the losing candidates, Frank Gutierrez.
The recount confirmed Victor Hernandez's (pictured) win in the District 1 race
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Leach was previously in Lubbock for a book signing three years ago
The U.S. House last week voted to preserve spending for vehicle leases for members of Congress; a practice that a West Texas Congressman is taking advantage of.
In a story written by Jamie Dupree, with WSB Radio in Atlanta, Congressman Randy Neugebauer of Lubbock (pictured) tops the list House members spending on vehicle leases. Neugebauer spends $1,318.97 per month on two vehicles. One lease costs $333.33 and the second $985.64.
The United Supermarkets Arena opened in 1999 on the Texas Tech campus
Lubbock media legend, Paul R. Beane, ended a broadcast career spanning almost 60 years on Wednesday (April 30, 2014). Beane's farewell edition of The Way I See It aired at 1:30p during Rush Limbaugh on News/Talk
Thursday, the Texas Education Agency released the latest results from STARR testing for Texas elementary and intermediate school students. State law says students in the fifth and eighth grades must pass the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STARR) tests in reading and math to advance to the next grade
Mayor Glen Robertson responded to allegations of discrimination toward the LP&L CEO from a Texas Tech faculty group on Thursday
The Texas Tech group of Chinese faculty allege discrimination against LP&L CEO Dr. Gary Zheng