Six teachers are selected annually to receive the Newton Award, and this year, three of the six are from Lubbock ISD.
Precinct delegates and elected officials have started the 2014 Lubbock County Republican Party Convention. The convention is being held at Lubbock's Memorial Civic Center.
Following an invocation by Pastor Jim Robinson, Party Chairman Carl Tepper welcomed delegates and provided an overview of the convention schedule.
The Texas Tech chapter has weekly service projects at the University, Lubbock agencies, and youth camps. More than 3,000 people have been initiated into Tech’s Beta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega.
The future of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' has been literally and figuratively all over the map as we approach season 4 premiere on April 6. Some reports say the George R.R. Martin-adapted series will run for seven seasons, while Martin himself poses 10 with an added movie. Now, we at least have some confirmation 'Game of Thrones' will run at least six seasons, while the latest season 4 trailers have us more and more excited to return to Westeros.
On the Friday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Ken Spraberry from the Know A Guy Cigar Lounge spoke with Chad Hasty about the latest goings on in the lounge.
Friday on Lubbock's First News, Carl Tepper, Chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party (LCRP), gave details on their upcoming County Convention.
The 2014 County Convention will take place at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center on Saturday, March 22
Radioactive waste that’s unable to be stored underground in New Mexico could be coming to West Texas.
That’s the latest word from Department of Energy that oversees operations at the SE New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), which has been closed since last month due to a fire and leak of radiation
Stage 1 drought restrictions are currently in place, which places restrictions on when homes may use their sprinkler systems.
On the Thursday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Jeff Griffith spoke with Chad Hasty about his campaign for Lubbock City Council District 3.
Weather and radar experts are examining what many are calling a “mystery cloud” that appeared on Eastern New Mexico and West Texas radars earlier in the week.
U.S. National Weather Service offices in Albuquerque and El Paso have confirmed the reading, but say they have no idea where the several-mile-wide cloud could have come from