Former Lubbock Private School President Larry Tye Rogers Sentenced To 5 ½ Years For Child Pornography Former Lubbock Christian School president Larry Tye Rogers, 56, pleaded guilty in June to possession of child pornography.
Lubbock Votes To Ban Abortion, Setting Up Likely Legal FightLubbock residents voted Saturday to declare the West Texas city a “sanctuary city for the unborn."
Man Who Brandished Assault Rifle At Black Lives Matter Protest, Emmanuel Quinones SentencedEmmanuel Quinones, 25, was sentenced to three years for brandishing an assault rifle at a Black Lives Matter protest in Lubbock.
'I've Got Your 6': Texas Woman Starts Initiative To Show Support For PoliceAfter recent moments of division in the country, a Texas woman has found a way to thank police officers all across the nation and remind them why they are appreciated.
'Missing And Endangered' Texas Girl Found In MichiganA Texas girl who authorities described as "missing and endangered" has been found in Michigan, police said.
Gov. Abbott: Texas Gets First COVID-19 Treatment, Same Therapeutic President Trump ReceivedTexas has received the first medical treatment designed for COVID-19, which will be distributed throughout the state, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Thursday.
Texas Man Who Plotted Mass Shooting Sentenced To 2 Years In Federal PrisonWilliam Patrick Williams, 20, was charged via criminal complaint in August 2019 with making a false statement during the purchase of a firearm.
Gov. Abbott: Additional Help Sent To West Texas Area After Rise In COVID-19 HospitalizationsAdditional help is being sent to West Texas as some areas see a rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations, according to Gov. Greg Abbott.
10 Suspected Cocaine Dealers Charged In Texas Following 'Large-Scale Federal Operation'Operation Los Perros De Nieve targeted nine locations in Lubbock and resulted in the seizure of approximately $40,000 in cash, more than 5 kilograms of cocaine and 13 firearms.
Country Star And Hit Elvis Songwriter Mac Davis Dies At 78Country star and Lubbock, Texas native Mac Davis, who launched his career crafting the Elvis hits "A Little Less Conversation" and "In the Ghetto," and whose own hits include "Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me," has died. He was 78.
#8 Longhorns Pull Off Stunning, Late 4th Quarter Comeback At Texas Tech; Win In OT 63-56Sam Ehlinger threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Moore in overtime, sending No. 8 Texas to a wild 63-56 victory over Texas Tech on Saturday.
Texas Tech Softball Coach Resigns Amid Report Of Review Into Well-Being Of PlayersTexas Tech softball coach Adrian Gregory resigned Tuesday, saying only that it was “best to part ways” amid a report that the program is the subject of school inquiry into the well-being of its players.
Jailed Texas Man Charged In 2003 Murder Following Alert From DNA DatabaseAndy Castillo, of Lubbock, is charged with murder in the death of 21-year-old Cynthia Joann Palacio, also of Lubbock, the Texas Department of Public Safety said.
West Texas Sheriff Dies From COVID-19 Complications After Being Airlifted To Dallas HospitalA West Texas sheriff has died due to complications from COVID-19, according to a law enforcement association.