Walmart says it will reopen its El Paso store where 22 people were killed in a mass shooting this month, but only after the entire interior of the store is rebuilt.
On Thursday just before 1 p.m., the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on NM Highway 176, near mile post 39, west of Eunice.
Lubbock State Rep Dustin Burrows announced his re-election bid Wednesday evening on Facebook, days after resigning as chairman of the House Republican Caucus.
Attorney General William Barr promoted "Project Safe Neighborhoods" in Dallas Wednesday. It's a targeted effort to reduce crime in particular parts of metro areas.
A group traveling the state, gaining signatures of support on flags for first responders and survivors of the recent El Paso shooting, made a stop in Lubbock Wednesday.
To keep the revitalization of downtown, the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance gave 16 grants to invest in the depot.
Lubbock Fire Rescue responded to reports of a structure fire near 4th Street and Ave. T Wednesday afternoon.
A man responsible for the fatal shooting of his cousin in 2016 accepted a plea deal for manslaughter Wednesday.
Monday morning, two additional arrest warrants were issued in connection with the murder of Celestino Rodriguez.
22 cities in Texas are recovering from some form of cyber-attack. The state department calls them ransomware assaults. Lubbock County was one of their targets.
The Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock will launch a new program this fall with nearly 100 new soccer balls from the United Family.
The Better Business Bureau's "Launchpad Lab" encourages growth, networking, idea-sharing and business development.
Grand jurors indicted a man accused of setting a house on fire with someone asleep inside.
The jury confirmed manslaughter charges against Joshua Guzman, 33, for a crash near 50th Street and Ave. Q. The crash killed Pedro Martinez, Jr., 61, and seriously hurt two other victims.
At Monday night's Shallowater ISD school board meeting, board members approved raises for every employee within the district.
The Lubbock Police Department says the K9 shot in an early Tuesday morning chase has been released from the vet.
The start of the school year also generates an increase in overall traffic in many areas, and drivers are urged to take extra precautions.
The Lubbock Police Department has shutdown the southbound lanes of I-27 to conduct a crash investigation. Traffic will be diverted to the southbound access road, exit US 84.
A 14-year-old male is in custody, accused of firing multiple shots at Lubbock Police, wounding a K9, during a chase early Tuesday morning. Police believe the gun was stolen from Littlefield.
Lubbock Animal Services would like to thank the Lubbock community for making the Clear the Shelter event a success.
E-cig use increased from 1.5% in 2011 to more than 20% last year.
Frenship ISD trustees approved raises for full-time teachers, librarians, nurses and counselors.
Lubbock County is in the process of establishing a veterans treatment court, and the specialty set-up would focus on treatment and rehab, rather than a prison pod.