|Coronado, Permian administrators investigating fight
After a fight broke out after the Coronado Mustangs win over the Permian Panthers Friday night, the repercussions are still being decided by the two school districts.
|Pedestrian seriously hurt crossing Loop access road
A man has life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car. Police say Johnny Luis Avalos, Jr, 28, was crossing the northbound access road of the West Loop when the crash happened.
|Frenship ISD ships portables to Post
Frenship ISD is another school district helping out Post. Just this week, it shipped portables for the district to use.
As of Friday, Frenship also raised more than $6,000 dollars in monetary donations Video
|South Plains Fair takes a hit from rainy weather
The 2014 South Plains Fair took a hit financially after the first 5 days were filled with rainy weather.
|McCalla named LP&L CEO
Lubbock's Electric Utility Board has removed the interim from David McCalla's title. He's been named director and CEO of Lubbock Power and Light.
|New EPA regulations could impact coal-fired power plants
America's coal-fired power plants are among the leading global sources of carbon emissions, and some environmentalists say what's coming out of their smokestacks is too harmful.
The Environmental Protection Agency is in the process of devising a clean power plan to cut pollution from coal-fired plants by 30%. Video
|Woman accused of hitting a cop stands trial
Testimony underway in the trial of a defendant accused of seriously injuring a police officer during a pursuit in January.
|Joe Straus paying a visit to Texas Tech
Texas house speaker, Joe Straus paid a visit to Texas Tech to discuss a variety of higher education issues.
|Chance for storms tonight and tomorrow
After a nice and quiet couple of days we now have a chance for storms tonight and tomorrow. Find out who has the best chance to see those storms and what some of our concerns are in our Weather Blog.
|Student with cerebral palsy nominated to Homecoming Court
They're starting out with a bang. Frenship High school students are fired up for Homecoming this weekend. And with all the fanfare comes an important message that these high school students aren't into labels.
"Just seeing her around in the hallways, I felt like she deserved to be out here on the court," said Ronald Awatt, who was nominated junior prince this year.
Awatt 's princess is Ceprecia Crow. She has cerebral palsy. Ceprecia was nominated by her peers.