People in Lubbock woke up early to take to the streets. They all, surprisingly, had full intentions of ruining their white clothes for a unique, family-friendly charity. This is the first year CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) paired with the Color Dash. The Color Dash is constantly searching for non-profit organizations to partner with for philanthropic events. CASA a ssists
Connect with Ashley Claster on Facebook and Twitter ! The Easter egg hunt at Buffalo Springs Lake was over almost as quickly as it started. From toddlers to pre-teens, every kid made a mad dash to get the most eggs in their basket. "It was loud. It was mostly screaming. Everyone was actually literally screaming," egg hunters Makenzi Hart, Sydni
Connect with Ashley Claster on Facebook and Twitter ! In 2003, the Driver Responsibility Program was enacted to encourage more drivers to follow the rules of the road. It requires drivers to pay annual surcharges on top of the fines and legal fees already attached to traffic violations. Lubbock County Justice of the Peace Jim Hansen is one of the
The Texas Tech system named the founding President of the Medical School in El Paso on Friday. Dr. Richard Lange was the sole finalist for President and Dean of TTUHSC at El Paso. Texas law requires the finalist be named at least 21 days before they are hired. Dr. Lange will begin his duties July 1, his current
Friday was a big day on the Texas Tech campus as the reins were handed over to a new handler for Fearless Champion. Mackenzie White was named the 53rd Masked Rider. White, Junior from Marble Falls, is very familiar with Fearless Champion. She has volunteered for the field safety team for the previous two years and this past year worked
4/17/14 Lubbock Children's Health Clinic 4/4/14 Register for the Run for the Arts race at this link . 3/31/14 View the entire Consumer Reports' report on hospital safety 3/28/14 Contact the South Plains SPCA on Facebook Microchip Clinic & Adoption Event Saturday, March 29th 11 am to 5 pm 5724 40th St. (behind Hyundai dealership on Frankford) 3/26/14 Information on
Many Texans think the Driver Responsibility Program needs to be banished, or at least re-written. It forces traffic offenders to pay surcharges for violations like driving without insurance or driving under the influence. As FOX 34's Ashley Claster reports, a local judge says this law just needs to be gone for good.
Bad weather, a crippling citrus disease and a labor shortage are all contributing to a low supply of limes. Consequently, lime prices are on the rise.
Some young business entrepreneurs are preparing for Lemonade Day by getting handy man tips from experts who know a little something about the construction business, Betenbough Homes.
UNDATED (AP) — What was supposed to be a cheap bite at a Southern California fast-food restaurant has turned into a small fortune for some customers. About 150 people who ate at a Del Taco in Santa Paula, California this week were mistakenly charged thousands of dollars for burritos, tacos and soft drinks. One customer said he was surprised when
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — No one can say precisely when the mountainside collapsing into a Wyoming resort town will give way. But it appears likely that when it does, it's going to take a piece of Jackson with it. Efforts taken to stop the slide, which spans hundreds of yards, are proving futile. Officials said the rate of movement did
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The first out-of-this-world humanoid robot is finally getting its space legs. For three years, Robonaut has had to manage from the waist up at the International Space Station. This new pair of legs means the experimental robot won't be stuck on a pedestal and can go mobile. The robot's legs are packed aboard a SpaceX
BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick says the decision to lock down much of greater Boston during the search for the surviving suspect in the marathon bombing was a "tough call" but one he's glad that was made. Patrick reflected on the April 19, 2013, shelter-in-place request during a recent interview about the anniversary of the attack. Hours after
HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas-based group of volunteers, who are involved in searches for missing persons around the nation, has run afoul of federal aviation authorities for using drones in their work. A fleet of four unmanned aircraft used by Texas EquuSearch has been grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration until the agency develops rules that allow for the commercial