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The Number of Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Lubbock County
This article will be updated each day as new cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, are confirmed by the City of Lubbock.
Guest Commentary: Public Safety is Economic Development
Guest columnist Mikel Ward makes the case for Lubbock to pay down its debt, rather than raising taxes
Texas Tech Interfraternity Council Boots President Who Made Racist Remarks in Leaked Chat
Hours after a racist conversation between Texas Tech fraternity members leaked online, the school's Interfraternity Council announced they had a new president.
Police Release Name of Man Hit & Killed by Vehicle on Marsha Sharp Freeway
A man was struck in the 1900 block of Marsha Sharp Freeway in Lubbock Saturday night (Match 10).
Bernie Sanders Has a Message for Donald Trump Voters in Lubbock, Texas [Watch]
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spoke to a packed house in the heart of conservative West Texas on Saturday.
Overnight Stabbing in Lubbock to Be Investigated as Domestic Violence
A stabbing in the early morning hours Monday (March 5) left one man in the hospital, and another man on the lam.
12-Year-Old Boy Shot & Killed at McDonald’s Drive-Thru in Lubbock
Thursday night (Feb. 8), police responded to a call about a shooting in the drive-thru lane at the McDonald's restaurant at 50th Street and I-27.
Person Struck by Vehicle While Walking Near 34th St. and Alcove
A person spotted walking in the road Wednesday night in Lubbock has been hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle.
CPS Removes Lubbock Woman’s Children From Home Covered in Animal Feces, Urine
A Lubbock woman has been charged with abandonment or neglect of a child after CPS investigators discovered 51 animals and a home "covered in animal feces."
Dr. Berhl Robertson, Jr. Will Retire as Lubbock ISD Superintendent
Berhl Robertson, Jr. has announced that he will be retiring as Lubbock ISD superintendent at the end of the 2017-18 school year.