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Morning temperatures in Lubbock Friday, April 19, bottomed out at 25 degrees, much to the dismay of gardeners and commuters. Comment?
A federal grand jury handed down a five-count indictment against a California man on Thursday, April 18 alleging several federal false identification and fraud charges. Comment?
A former Lubbock County commissioner launched his recall petition effort to against Councilman Victor Hernandez, hoping for 1,000 signatures to send a message of dissatisfaction to the north Lubbock councilman. Comment?
The last time Lubbock dropped to 25 degrees in April, Al Jolson was all the rage and Warren G. Harding was the president. Comment?
Destination ImagiNation is a nonprofit problem-solving competition for grades third through 12th that involves all areas of the curriculum - writing, engineering, math, drama, acting and singing - as well as team-building skills. Comment?
The National Weather Service reported the weather for Friday, April 19, should be sunny with a high near 65 and north-northwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southwest 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon. Comment?
The Community Health Center of Lubbock will host diabetes screenings for $25 from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. May 17. Comment?
Lubbockites at a town hall meeting spoke up in support of library service in the city and, overwhelmingly, in favor of maintaining a branch in South Lubbock. Comment?
Volunteers from local chapters of the Red Cross, United Blood Services and the Salvation Army haven't sent resources to help in the aftermath of the fertilizer plant explosion in West, but they're on standby. Comment?
Here's what people in the South Plains can do to help those affected by the fertilizer plant explosion in West: a- Red Cross: Cash donations requested at redcross.org, call local chapter at 765-8534, text redcross to 90999 a- Salvation Army: Clothing, blankets, hygiene packets, bottled water, non-perishable food are requested at 1111 16th St., ... (more) Comment?
Members of the Lubbock High Ballet Folklorico-Nuevo Leon perform during the Viva Festival de Oro at Lubbock High School Thursday. Comment?
It has been a tough week. If you've been watching the news you know about first the bombs at the Boston Marathon and then the plant in West, Texas which exploded. Comment?
Sen. Robert Duncan, a key player in the budget bill negotiations between the House and the Senate in the 2011 session, is back as a member of the joint legislative panel that recommends to the Texas Legislature how the taxpayers' money should be allocated. Comment?
A partial fingerprint lifted from a box of bite-sized cookies helped Lubbock Police arrest a man suspected of robbing a Dollar General store in January. Comment?
Immunization clinics hosted by the city of Lubbock Health Department are scheduled for Monday, April 22, Wednesday, April 24, and Friday, April 26. Comment?
Granger Smith - 8 p.m., Wild West, 2216 I-27. $8 in advance, $10 day of show and $12 for ages 18-20. 741-3031. Element - 9 p.m., Jake's, 5025 50th St. Comment?
Lubbockites are being asked to speak up in the Godeke Library as past of a town hall meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 18, in the city's southwest library branch at 6701 Slide Road. Comment?
It is unlikely that anything legendary folk artist Judy Collins sang or talked about Friday night at the Texas Tech Student Union Building's Allen Theater was expected or predictable. Comment?
Councilman Victor Hernandez said he's "not bothered" about a recall election to unseat him from his District 1 City Council position, if it should happen. Comment?
Texas Tech's Shawn Corker and Jordan Davis celebrate a touchdown during an open practice on Friday in Lubbock. Comment?