Strong winds have damaged part of a light tower at Texas Tech’s football stadium and forced evacuation of some nearby buildings as a precaution.
A federal judge in Lubbock has sentenced a North Texas man to nearly six years in prison for hauling more than 245 pounds of marijuana.
An exhibit of personal items from the life and work of Pope John Paul II has opened in West Texas amid the fascination with new Pope Francis.
Texas Tech police are investigating the discovery in a dormitory room of what they say are materials necessary to produce methamphetamine.
Texas Tech and TCU will play their Big 12 opener on a Thursday night in front of a national television audience.
Chris Walker knows his Texas Tech team is young and inexperienced. It all shows nearly every game, after all. Yet not everything is grim for Red Raiders, despite more losses than wins.
First-year coach Kliff Kingsbury staff got a late start recruiting but says he and his young staff signed players who will fit Texas Tech’s immediate needs on the offensive line.
A judge has dismissed the last remaining count in football coach Mike Leach’s wrongful termination lawsuit against Texas Tech.
One morning, nearly 10 years ago, Barry McCool remembers watching his son’s space shuttle fly more than 40 miles above his Las Vegas home. But Columbia never landed.
A company could have an answer to the unwelcome discovery that just-purchased bread contain mold. MicroZap claims its technology allows bread to stay mold-free for 60 days.
Police in Lubbock have arrested Mansfield native Austin Hasten for allegedly murdering one of his neighbors. The victim’s apartment unit was the scene of a fire on Friday night.
A state trooper says one person was killed and least 17 injured in a series of accidents that occurred when a violent West Texas dust storm forced authorities to close a portion of Interstate 27 north of Lubbock.