|Suspect taken into custody after standoff
The Lubbock Sheriff's Tactical Operations Team was involved in a tense standoff with a man reportedly carrying a gun in Wolfforth, near 179 and 1585. Video
|Lubbock Rep. Burrows explains texting, driving ban "nay" vote
At a town hall meeting in Lubbock County on Saturday, Rep. Dustin Burrows said he doesn't think the Alex Brown Memorial Act, HB80, wouldn't solve the problem of distracted driving. Video
|Ben Carson, potential 2016 candidate, wouldn't run as "politician"
Carson, a former neurosurgeon and possible Presidential candidate in 2016, was the keynote speaker at Operation HOPE's banquet, and says he will be using experience and "the Lord" to make his decision. Video
|Chávez march encourages continuing advocacy
Lubbock memorialized the life and work of César E. Chávez Saturday by marching along University Ave. Video
|Ragin' Cajun a red-hot success
The annual Ragin' Cajun event Saturday was a huge success for everyone involved -- from the seafood enthusiasts to the Special Olympians it's set to benefit. Video
|Alpha Phi breaks ground on renovated lounge
A Texas Tech sorority begins renovation of their Greek Circle space. Video
|Ropesville residents concerned with town's future
Some Ropesville residents are at the end of their rope. They're concerned with the future of the small community of fewer than 500 residents. Video
|Councilwoman Gibson praises Senator Perry
Senator Charles Perry's bill, which cracks down on synthetic marijuana, passed the senate earlier this week.
|Supported living center still under review
The care and procedures at all 13 centers in Texas are under review as required by a settlement agreement state lawmakers made with the justice department back in 2009. Video
|AT&T celebrates high technology day with Hispanic youth
Local high school students got to experience hands-on activities in cyber security, research, conservation, and exploration.