A small, hand-held device that the inventor calls the world's first smartphone breathalyzer.
Prosecutors said a Lubbock man sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing his wife slept beside her corpse before dumping her body in Big Spring.
A 21-year-old Lubbock man faces several intoxication charges after police say he plows into the back of a car, killing a mother of three.
After a woman posted a photo online of a worm she says she found in her lunch at local Chinese buffet, the incident went viral, prompting a visit from the Lubbock Health Department.
A small plane attempting to land at a Lubbock area airport crashes into a TV tower.
Lubbock police arrest a naked man blocks away from an apartment where they find a murdered 4-year-old who was his daughter.
The patient who was transported to University Medical Center Thursday morning after triggering a 'patient isolation protocol' does not have Ebola, according to UMC.
A Lubbock man created an unusual twist on panhandling at South Loop and University Avenue Wednesday morning. Instead of holding up a sign asking for money, he held up a sign asking if other people needed money.
The latest guilty pleas were entered Friday in federal court in Lubbock.
American Commercial College President Doyle Brent Sheets appeared in federal court in Lubbock this morning.
Image of heavily tattooed Jesus Christ has Lubbock, Texas buzzing.
An 18-wheeler driver is listed in critical condition with severe burns at the University Medical Center in Lubbock following a deadly crash near Dumas
Lubbock Police are searching tonight for a bank robbery suspect and are casting a wide dragnet in the hopes of finding the thief.
An Amber Alert has been issued for an infant abducted from a home in Crosbyton.
A 22-year-old Texas Tech student remains jailed tonight on 3 million dollar bond.
High winds and near zero visibility are reportedly to blame for a deadly accident around 1 this afternoon on Interstate 27 between Amarillo and Lubbock.
Police say 19-year-old Jason White was driving with two passengers in his pick up truck when he struck the back of a Ford Fusion heading in the same direction.
After about four months of having to turn away prospective students ... American Commercial College's Wichita Falls campus is once again cleared to start accepting new students.