Mayor Glen Robertson discussed the most recent city council meeting, the decision to move the City Library, the Omni Building, and the smoking ban.
Lubbock City Attorney Sam Medina's home and one other residence owned by him were the targets of searches this morning by Lubbock Police.
Police officers and detectives arrived simultaneously at 6605 Norwood and 2310 61st Street at 7:30am this morning, and were observed going in and out of both locations with a camera
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
Lubbock barber Maurice Stanley announced his intention to run for the District 3 Lubbock City Council seat during a Thursday afternoon press conference.
Stanley made his announcement standing where he usually spends his entire day, behind a customer sitting in a barber's chair
Friday on Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson gave details on the City Council Meeting that took place on Thursday night, discussed his concerns over the operation of the City Council, and announced his campaign for reelection
"I’d like for us to come to a consensus on what we want to try to accomplish in the next two years."
“What I’m finding as I talk to people as I walk, they don’t trust city government,” Joy said.
“I think we ought to look, at some point in the future, changing the city charter," Gerlt said.
“I’m willing to look at it. I’m not in favor of all the meetings being at night.”