It will not only fill their brains, but fill their tummies, and it's at a price you can't beat. "Every student, every lunch and every breakfast is free," said B rian Achilles, General Manager for Aramark at Lubbock ISD. Roy Roberts Elementary is one of the 35 schools that are offering free meals to students, regardless of their economic status.
The City of Lubbock is putting out the word again to keep your dogs on a leash. Pooches on the loose at city parks is prompting the city to put out the reminder. Failure to observe the restraint law could cost you up to $500. An animal is considered at-large when not physically, and continually restrained by a person, whether
A sector of the South Loop will be closing for road repairs Monday after the morning commute to work and school. TxDOT crews are repairing the center median barrier between University and Indiana Avenues. The westbound shoulder and inside main lane will be closed to traffic. The eastbound loop shoulder will be also be closed. Repairs are expected to be
Security photos are released by Lubbock police as the search for three fast food robbery suspects. Police are looking for the men who were riding in a silver 1997 model Mercury Marquis the night of August 9. Witnesses said the driver pulled up to the drive-thru window of the McDonald's on 50th and I-27, waved a gun at the clerk,
Some new rules go into effect for high school freshmen beginning Monday. They now have to declare their graduation plan by the end of the 9th grade year. Another change is parents have to sign off on the plan. I t's a provision of House Bill 5, which passed last year by the state legislature, which made major changes to
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The federal government is tightening requirements for prescriptions for a popular pain killer. Beginning in October, patients will have to see their physician in person every 30 days before being given a refill of the painkiller Lortab or Hydrocodone.
Food insecurity is a chronic issue in our area. The South Plains Food Bank is getting a better sense of how many clients are being served with a survey.
Some new rules go into effect for high school freshmen beginning Monday. They now have to declare their graduation plan by the end of the 9th grade year.
NEW YORK (AP) — A top U.S. health official plans to travel to West Africa to see firsthand how the Ebola outbreak is unfolding. Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is scheduled to visit Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea next week. A CDC spokesman said Frieden wants to meet the African and international health
ROCKLEDGE, Fla. (AP) — A central Florida man has been charged with murder in the death of his baby daughter, who authorities say was left in the man's truck for at least four hours. Brevard County prosecutors officially charged 31-year-old Steven Darnell Lillie on Friday with third-degree felony murder, manslaughter and leaving a child under the age of six unsupervised
NEW YORK (AP) — More tensions in Ukraine left the stock market slightly lower in quiet trading. Investors were also poring over a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, which gave few clues about the central bank's next moves on interest rates. Trading was unusually quiet with many investors on vacation. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 38 points,
NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of people are set to march on Staten Island on Saturday to protest the police chokehold death of Eric Garner. The march is being led by the Rev. Al Sharpton's National Action Network. It begins on the street where the 43-year-old Garner was placed in the fatal hold last month and ends at the office
CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — Three black people are among the 12-member grand jury hearing evidence in the Michael Brown case. Paul Fox, director of judicial administration for St. Louis County Circuit Court, confirmed the racial and gender makeup of the grand jury on Friday. St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch has said it will be several weeks before a decision