2 hrs ago
Duane Toliver Is New Football Coach at Los Lunas
It's official, Los Lunas High School has a new football coach and he's coming from West Texas.
6 hrs ago
Developer's proposal for 'super graphic signs' downtown uncertain
A proposal to allow "super graphic signs" on a handful of downtown Lubbock high-rises faces a towering hurdle in Lubbock's City Council - if it makes it that far.
10 hrs ago
Turnout trends propelled Vidak to victory
Hanford Republican Andy Vidak shares a Texas Tech sign with family friend Weston Anderson, who currently attends Vidak's alma mater.
Wed May 22, 2013
Apurba Barman joins staff at AgriLife as entomologist
Texas AgrilLife Extension and Research Services recently hired Barman as an entomologist.
The Austin Chronicle
The 83rd legislative session is almost over. Well, maybe. The regular session will end with the scheduled call of sine die on Monday, May 27, but there remains a lot of unfinished business.
Texas Tech System leaders give annual update on institutions
Texas Tech Interim President Lawrence Schovanec speaks during the State of the Texas Tech University System luncheon Wednesday.
Irvin Jr. Makes His Mark
Michael Irvin Jr., a 6-foot-2, 195-pound wide receiver from Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy had a breakout freshman season for the Lions , hauling in 39 receptions for 367 yards and four scores.
The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas
Big 12 baseball tourney delayed due to tornado
The Big 12 is delaying the start of its baseball tournament in Oklahoma City after this week's deadly tornado.
Tue May 21, 2013
Consider This...Time to vote on sirens
Oklahoma is arguably the most prepared state in the country when it comes to tornadoes.
Mon May 20, 2013
Chemical and Engineering News
Safety Probe Of Academic Labs
Safety in academic and other nonindustrial chemical research laboratories will be the focus of a yearlong investigation by a National Academy of Sciences committee, which held its first meeting last week in Washington, D.C. The study will consider how safe lab practices can be promoted in academic and government labs, explained H. Holden Thorp, ... (more)
Sun May 19, 2013
Former 5-Star on the Move?
Delvon Simmons started all 13 games for Texas Tech 's defensive line in 2012, but he's looking for a new home in 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
Lubbock native selected for government intern program
Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources officials announced Zachariah Hurley was selected for an internship in Washington, D.C., for the summer 2013 academic semester.
Reign of Troy
Texas Tech Transfer Delvon Simmons to Visit USC
Delvon Simmons, a Rivals five-star defensive tackle from the Class of 2011, is back on the market.
The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reported Saturday that the regents' vote Friday applies to in-state, undergraduate students enrolled in 15 semester credit hours at Texas Tech, its health sciences center and at Angelo State University in San Angelo.
Texas Tech names Floydada High School graduate 2013 distinguished engineering student
The Texas Tech Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering named Sean Miller the recipient of the McAuley Distinguished Engineering Student Award for 2013.
Texas Tech to consolidate bachelor's, master's programs in...
Texas Tech will consolidate four bachelor's programs in the department of classical and modern languages and literatures in the College of Arts and Sciences and four master's programs in the same department.
Fri May 17, 2013
Archinect School Blog
El Paso, laser scanned in 3D
Robert Gonzalez wants to create a 3D digital replica of Downtown El Paso, using lasers.
Thu May 16, 2013
KFDX-TV Wichita Falls
Graham High Schools Top Students are Twins
Walking across the stage to accept a high school diploma is an accomplishment that's 12 years in the making.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Paramus Post
Researchers at Texas Tech, Cotton Inc. Find Low-Grade Cotton Offers...
When it comes to cleaning up the next massive crude oil spill, one of the best and most eco-friendly solutions for the job may be low-grade cotton from West Texas.
Ride of Silence honors cyclists killed on roadways
Hundreds of local bicyclists will be gathering in central Lubbock Wednesday. They will meet at the Texas Tech Federal Credit Union for the West Texas Cycling Association's 10-mile ride called "The Ride of Silence." The ride honors area cyclists who have been killed in traffic accidents.