Lubbock used 1.3 trillion gallons of water in August, which is the highest reported month since May, and has used nearly 12 trillion gallons during this fiscal year.
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During the month of July 1.2 million gallons were used at an average of 165 gallons per capita daily. This year marks the lowest usage in the last few years with a peak of 1.79 million gallons at 245 gallons per capita daily in the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Mika Wyatt from Agrilife Extension spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the city's upcoming water restrictions.
The workers became trapped earlier today in a well at least 20 feet deep
The drought across Lubbock and West Texas is continuing and right now the City of Lubbock has enacted Stage 2 of the city's Drought Contingency Plan. Here's what you can expect if the city moves to Stage 3 later this year.
Lubbockites need to be especially conservative with water for the next week. Read more to find out why Lubbock could see a water shortage soon.
The Mayor of Lubbock, Tom Martin, joined Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew on Friday's Lubbock's First News. 02/25/2011
In my 10-plus years living in Lubbock it seems like there is an annual ritual of sorts; a rite of passage one must go through if you're going to drive in Lubbock during the winter.
That's right, you guessed it. The "Annual Dodging of Patches of (Black) Ice on Lubbock Streets Because of Sprinkler Runoff".