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500 Free Pet Vaccinations & Microchips Are Available at the Lubbock Furry 500
This will be the largest one-day pet health event in Lubbock ever.
Remembering Brandon Lee-The Crow
I've been lucky enough to meet a number of people and among them was the guy who would become "The Crow", Brandon Lee.
Transformer Explodes in Lubbock, Setting Off Car Alarms & Rattling Windows
A large boom was heard Monday morning (May 14) in Lubbock. Loud enough to put a lot of residents on edge and set off car alarms.
Texas Should Embrace Sports Betting
There's no reason for Texas to get a piece of the estimated over six billion dollars bet on sports each year.
Black Stone Cherry and Smile Empty Soul Book Returns to Jake’s Backroom
We have two separate shows to tell you about, and you won't want to miss either.
There’s a High Likelihood That the FMX Freakfest Will Return
Somewhere along the line, we switched from Fall Ball to FMX Freakfest. The question is, when?
Donate Your Shoes To Help Shelter Pets
The Haven is gathering shoes for another organization, which in turn benefits the Haven
Coliseum Vote Spells Trouble For Mayor And Council
For the most part, the mayor and council members pulled a full-court press to abandon the Coliseum, and the results were less than spectacular.
The One Thing You Need To Kick Off Your Summer
Do you like Margaritas or frozen daiquiris? Then let me hip you to something.
Lubbock Laugh Off Scheduled for Friday, May 11
Not only do we have six comedians competing, but last month's winner, Austin Meador, will perform a headline set.
Lubbock Tornado Sirens Are In the News Again
Apparently, a local TV station has made it their goal to bring up tornado sirens again.
Lubbock Needs to Pay Its Mayors
We have a system where only the rich or retired can serve as mayor. The job is not truly open to the public because most people can't afford to do it for free.