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8 hrs ago | Texas Tribune
A faddish proposal about choosing legislators and a vacancy at the top of a major university system got the attention of our insiders this week.
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13 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance will speak to the Rotary Club of Lubbock at noon, Wednesday, Dec. 11, in the Christian Life Center in the First United Methodist Church of Lubbock.
17 hrs ago | Rivals.com
While Tuesday marks the first true ranking of the class of 2015 Rivals250 presented by Under Armour , there is still plenty of movement to examine when the list is compared to August's Rivals250 to watch .
With Christmas right around the corner, halls are decked and the trees are trimmed all across the Lone Star State.
Unsecured clothing was reported stolen from a laundry room. 12:25 a.m. - A Tech officer investigated an accident without injuries and duty upon striking an unattended vehicle in the R1 parking lot.
It will be the fourth appearance for Arizona State and the second appearance for Texas Tech .
Texas Tech's 55th annual Carol of Lights celebration "Illuminate," will begin with an evening run on campus on Sunday at 6:30 p.m., organized by West Texas Endurance.
Texas Tech Law School Graduate , Mike Farris, recently published a book entitled, The Bequest .
With the regular season behind us and the all-important recruiting period leading up to signing day in full swing, we check in with Chris Anderson of EerSports.com to get a lay of the WVU recruiting landscape.
Austin Carrizales could likely run unopposed in the upcoming spring primary and then face Republican incumbent Tom Head in the general election.
Vehicles make their way along an ice covered portion of 98th street on Thursday in Lubbock.
The Carol of Lights Run is still on for this Sunday, December 8th on the Texas Tech campus.
A finance professor for 30 years with articles published in more than 25 academic journals, Scott Hein received the 2013 Eppler Award from the Lubbock Economics Council on Thursday, Dec. 5. "Dr. Hein is a very prominent economics and finance professor, and his research is well known," said Russell Dabbs, president of the council.