|TX Panhandle communities may run out of water in 90 days
Nearly a quarter of the state is under extreme drought conditions right now. As lakes across the South Plains dry up, many communities are in danger of going dry in the next three months. As FOX 34's Ashley Claster reports, state leaders are so concerned about water conditions they say it is urgent for everyone to start being smarter about water use, and do everything you can to conserve it. Video
|Water restriction rules for residents in Lubbock
Lubbock is under stage one water restrictions, and this year the rules are increased, as the city works to conserve more water
|TCGA meeting and trade show in Lubbock
The 107th Texas Cotton Ginners' Association annual meeting and cotton trade show kicks off in Lubbock on Thursday, April 3. Click here for a full list of events.
|West Texas Guar workers will still be paid during proceedings
West Texas Guar's hourly workers will still be paid, while a legal battle continues between the Brownfield bean processing plant and some Guar growers.
20 producers claim the company has not paid them for their 2013 crop. Video
|Young cotton farmer prepares for planting
Britton Pointer may just be the youngest cotton farmer around. The eleven year old is already thinking ahead to his 2014 cotton crop. We visited Lamb County to learn what is on his pre-planting schedule. Video
|Holy Cow Beef
Holy Cow Beef is bringing back the days before feed lots. Their Angus cattle are kept in the pasture from start to finish.
|72nd ABC Prop Rodeo benefits a good cause
Starting Thursday the 27, the 72nd ABC Pro Rodeo taking place at the Lubbock City Bank Coliseum. This event not only a great look into America's sport, rodeo, but it also benefits a good cause. Video
|Texas Tech is part of Cotton University
Five college students from across the nation have been selected as the Cotton Incorporated Cotton University ambassadors, including one young lady from Texas Tech. We introduce you to the retail management major. Video
|Triple Nickel Black-eyed Peas
Black-eyed peas may be most common on New Year's Day, but it's a crop that grows well without much water.
Triple Nickel in Muleshoe is processing millions of pounds of them per year. Video
|Crop insurance options in new farm bill
Another impressive turnout at a Lubbock farm bill informational meeting. The Southwest Council of Agribusiness hosted the conference yesterday at Plains Cotton Cooperative Association. Video