Texas voters will decide on Proposition 1 during the November election. If approved additional money would be pumped into State Highway Fund
The Texas Department of Transportation will place concrete on Milwaukee Ave. near the Marsha Sharp Freeway Monday night (September 29) into early Tuesday morning (September 30).
The Boil Water Notice was issued Sunday night
This October, the City of Lubbock Parks and Recreation Department will host the 6th annual Lubbock Pumpkin Trail and are currently accepting jack-o-lantern donations.
Following weeks of rain in Lubbock, the City has announced the rollback of stage 2 water restrictions to stage 1. The change will take effect on October 1, 2014.
Wind Researchers with Texas Tech University will receive $1.4 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a new radar prototype intended to provide more accurate measurements of flow conditions within wind farms.
Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson visited with Lubbock's First News featuring Tom Collins and Laura Mac recapping Thursday night's Lubbock City Council Meeting.
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At an unusually brief meeting on Thursday, September 25, the Lubbock City Council discussed board and committee appointments, zoning changes, exemption status for certain positions from the city’s compensation study, and the city’s litigation against the Omni Building.