Lubbock District Attorney Matt Powell is not going to bring the case of a Lubbock councilman who was in office with delinquent property taxes to a court. Keep reading to find out the City's only other option for a court to decide if Victor Hernandez was ineligible to assume and hold office.
The Mayor of Lubbock joined Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew on Friday's Lubbock's First News. 03/25/11
The Lubbock City Council has chosen not to raise electric rates right now, though it seems very likely that increases are impending later this year. Keep reading to find out what is being spent by Lubbock's utility and where the money is coming from.
Mayor Tom Martin joins Chad an Rex on Lubbock's First News to discuss the status of the city of Lubbock. 02/11/2011
The City Council met for about 2 hours behind closed doors and finally came to a decision, but was anything really decided? There are important questions that need to be asked. Read more to find out what they are and to submit your own.
Should the City Council move forward with plans to remove Victor Hernandez from his Dist. 1 seat even though he has now paid his back taxes? Read more to vote.
Who's to blame for the situation Councilman Victor Hernandez is in? Some say KFYO. Some say other city leaders. Some say it's because of race. Has anyone heard of personal responsibility? Keep reading to find out what Chad has to say.
In a story KFYO broke first on Monday, it became clear Councilman Victor Hernandez still owed his city taxes and according the city charter this makes him ineligible to run, much less hold the District 1 seat
A Lubbock City Councilman is ineligible to hold his seat due to indebtedness to the City. Read about why he's blaming others for the ordeal.