|Adult Protective Services benefits from monetary donation
The Llano Estacado Silver Star Board received $5,000 to benefit Adult Protective Services.
|Suspect indicted on attempted aggravated kidnapping
A Slaton man was indicted on attempted aggravated kidnapping charges. Sheriff's deputies arrested Alan Lee Lindsey, 24, earlier this month. Video
|District 19 Congressional candidates square off in debate
The District 19 Congressional Candidates squared off in a debate. Video
|Suspect indicted in murder and rape case
A Lubbock Grand Jury indicted a suspect in a murder case and a rape, both dating back to 2008.
Billy Jack Limbaugh, Jr., 43, is accused of killing Monica Adams, whose body was found in a northeast Lubbock field. Video
|Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center receives generous donation
The J.T. and Margaret Talkington Foundation giving a generous gift to the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Department of Internal Medicine.
|Kendall Jones debuts new adventure series
The Texas Tech cheerleader known for her big game hunting skills debuted her new adventure series on YouTube called "Kendall Jones: Game On." Video
|Tech hosts "Week without Violence"
Texas Tech University's Week Without Violence observance underway. Employees with the Students Counseling Center featured at a forum highlighting free services and resources available.
|Lubbock Power and Light cracks down on bidding policies
Lubbock Power and Light board members working on amendments to a policy aimed at cracking down on information leaks regarding a future power generation contract. Video
|Supporters urge FCC to keep net neutrality in place
Millions have taken to their keyboards to voice their opinions on an issue that deals with the web. Supporters of net neutrality want to keep the rules as is and not change the way internet providers operate.
The group, Free Press, and many consumers want continued internet protections.
|Look Around Lubbock: Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit at LCU
Lubbock Christian University and the Lanier Theological Library are hosting the Dead Sea Scroll Exhibit October 21-30, 2014. The exhibit is open to the public and free of charge. Video