|State Senate candidate Delwin Jones hospitalized
Former Texas Representative and candidate for State Senate Delwin Jones, 90, is in critical condition at the hospital. His family is asking for no flowers to be sent and no visitors at this time, to allow Jones to rest.
|Body found at scene of SW Lubbock apartment fire
The Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office and Lubbock Police are investigating a fire at an apartment in southwest Lubbock where a body was found. This is at the Woodcrest Apartments, near 66th Street and Chicago Avenue.
|Fans react to new changes at Raider Alley
Texas Tech fans rooted on the the Red Raiders. With the start a new season and with all of the excitement, comes a few changes off the field. This year, Raider Alley is selling alcohol on campus, just feet away from Jones stadium. Raider Alley and the beer sales start three hours before the game. Video
|Texas Tech tops Central Arkansas in season opener
Sophomore quarterback Davis Webb had a shaky start but rebounded to lead the Red Raiders to a 42-35 victory.
|Kliff Kingsbury signs $24.2 million contract extension
The day of the "Campaign for Fearless Champions" announcement, Tech Athletics also announcing an extension to head football coach Kliff Kingsbury's contract, keeping him at Texas Tech until 2020. Video
|Tech announces Campaign for Fearless Champions
Game changing plans are in the works for Texas Tech athletics. Video
|Lubbock continues to see economic growth
The City of Lubbock continues to see significant economic growth. In the month of July, the city saw a modest increase. Its economic index reached 141.7. That's up from 145.5 in June.
Unemployment remains low at 4.7%.
|Mayor Glen Robertson hosts discussion
If you have questions or comments on any topics related to the city, Mayor Glen Robertson will be hosting an informal public discussion Tuesday morning.
|Lubbock included in states' 'Most Congested Roadways' survey
Lubbock is among the city's in the state of Texas with the most congested roadways. This, according to the Texas A&M Transportation institute analysis. The study is a measure to show how traffic congestion doesn't just occur in the big cities. Video
|Grand jury duty still scheduled on Tuesday
Lubbock County grand jury duty is still scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 2, but no other jurors are needed for Tuesday.