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Wilson Band Has New Music And Best Web Site Name Ever (NSFW)
The guys in Wilson continue to plug away at it and they deserve some credit for their hijinks as well.
Expect Brighter, Shinier Roads Around The Lubbock Area
TxDot crews will begin a new project today.
Was Texas Tech Chancellor Duncan Pushed Out By The Governor?
The smart money out there says yes.
All Adoptions Are Free Today (Saturday) At Lubbock Animal Services
If you can find it in your heart to love a pet, you can find it easy on your budget today.
FMX DJ Makes It Into Urban Dictionary
FMX's Wes Nessman has made it into Urban Dictionary.
If You’re Fighting Over Straws, You Have Too Much Time On Your Hands
A lot of major companies are banning plastic straws and now apparently it's a political thing.
Why Buying Tickets In Advance Matters
I guess this one should be self-explanatory, but Lubbock doesn't seem to get it.
Quit Doing This Annoying Thing On Facebook
Okay, this one drives me CRAZY!!!
Texas Tech Should Bring The Games Home
Here's something no one has commented on; have you noticed that Tech starts and ends football season with games that aren't in, but could be in Lubbock?
Win Stone Temple Pilots or WWE Tickets With FMX’s Rock or Wrestling Giveaway
Which will it be? You better decide, because you're going to have lots of chances to win!
WWE Shouts Out Lubbock in Latest Promo [Watch]
The future of Smackdown Live is coming to the Hub City this September.
Lubbock ISD’s School Dress Code Is Not as Bad as It Seems
A number of elementary, middle and special schools have adopted standardized dress in the Lubbock School District.