Barry Fry has been a South Plains Food Bank client on and off for several years. "Most years probably once or twice when times get a little bit hard but every now and then there's a year that I have to come maybe two or three, four months in a row, just depends on my economical situation at that time,"
Yellow Cab of Lubbock is back in the taxi business. T he city issued the required operating permits to the company's new owners Ed and Jarita Pascasio. The taxi service had closed in October, when previous owner Jimmy Sexton retired and couldn't find a buyer. It not only put a halt to the city's largest taxi service, but it
In a scramble to make things right University of Virginia administrators are pledging a zero-tolerance policy for students who commit sexual assaults. The university is taking a stricter-stance, after the Associate Dean of Students Nicole Eramo told a student-run news organization that no student has been expelled for committing such crimes, even those who have confessed. Up until today, when
A 3 year-old girl was killed and three others hurt in a rollover crash near Morton. DPS troopers reported 21 year-old Caraima Rodriguez of Morton was driving west on FM 1169 Tuesday, when she lost control of her SUV, and it rolled several times. Carizma Rodriguez, 3, was ejected and died. The driver and two other passengers, 29 year-old Matilda
A Lubbock defendant pleads guilty in federal court to possession of child pornography. Rassie Cleveland Martin ,57, faces up to ten years in prison for the crime. According to Martin's plea agreement he admits to using his home computer to search for and download sexually explicit photos and videos of children. Martin remains free on bond while awaiting a sentencing
11/26/14 South Plains Food Bank needs help during the holidays 11/26/14 Money Matters: Financial conversation topics to discuss over Thanksgiving break 11/26/14 World Aids Day What: Free HIV and Syphilis testing, information on safe sex, free snacks & hygiene product Where: Outreach and Recovery Center at 1615 28th St When: Sunday, November 30 from 5 PM to 7 PM 11/21/14 Inside
University of Virginia has taken a zero-tolerance policy for students who commit sexual assaults, different to those policies which Texas Tech University has in place.
The South Plains Food Bank offers help during the holiday season.
Since it is "socially acceptable" to decorate for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving, it's time to get out those Christmas trees and start decking your halls. There are a lot of unique, functional ways to utilize Christmas decor, and you can learn different techniques at the J. Cruse Christmas Gallery in Post.