If you’ve ever considered running for public office, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is offering Hub City residents an opportunity to learn more about the nuts and bolts of political campaigns.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Council of Lubbock begins a series of events tonight marking the birthday of the civil rights leader. Tonight the Individuals of Distinction Award Banquet will be held at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
A series of public meetings will be held next week regarding a possible bond election.
The 2014 Lubbock Citizen Advisory Committee will hold three public meetings next week seeking input for a possible bond election
The Lubbock housing industry continues to thrive.
Final 2013 construction numbers for Lubbock are due out next month, but between January through November of this year, construction permits for single-family homes were up 42% compared to the same time period last year
A Komodo Dragon weighing several hundred pounds died in a zoo fire yesterday.
The female dragon, "Scatha" was killed in a fire which was apparently started by a heater.
"Scatha" lived at the San Antonio Zoo
U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman announced Monday he'll challenge incumbent Sen. John Cornyn in the 2014 Texas Republican primary for the U.S. Senate.
In a campaign press release, Stockman said “I am extremely disappointed in the way treated his fellow congressmen and broke the 11th commandment and undermined Ted Cruz’s fight to stop Obamacare
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has announced they will assist local enforcement authorizes in the search for a missing Lubbock woman.
A FBI spokesmen said on Friday that they would help Lubbock police and state law enforcement officials in their search for 18 year old Zoe Campos, who has been missing since November 18
Texas Tech has announced the receipt of a $300,000 Federal Grant.
The Economic Development Administration, an agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, awarded the grant to Texas Tech University to help build on the South Plains region’s capability in wind and other renewable energy sources that increase innovation and entrepreneurship through technology commercialization
Lubbock City Councilman Todd Klein will not seek a third term.
The District 3 councilman made his announcement on his Facebook page Tuesday evening.
Klein had indicated in other previous comments and statements he would only serve two terms on the council