Lubbockites say "good morning" on Twitter more than anyone else in the country, according to a study from some Ukrainian software engineers who monitored American tweets.
Amarillo, Lubbock, and Corpus Christi landed on a list compiled by OurTime.com, a senior-focused dating site, that purports to rank where the country's "flirtiest" seniors live.
New reports that Tech would rather cancel a road game against Texas State than let it be aired on the ESPN-owned, University of Texas-branded cable network shows that some teams are still smarting from wounded egos.
The powerful state agency is tasked with regulating oil, gas and other energy—not trains. Its own commissioners favor a new name: the Texas Energy Resources Commission.
Houston Bellaire wide receiver Devin Lauderdale and three friends were supposed to attend the Red Raiders spring football game, but clearly didn't know the way to Lubbock.
In his latest Internet campaign video, the candidate for U.S. Senate is "interviewed" by his daughter about Leach, whom he calls a "bully"
Lubbock tops a Chemistry.com survey of "The Top 10 Cities That Value Sex the Least" in a relationship.
The drought leaves nothing untouched. This week the drought impacts the state’s rice farmers, migratory bird populations, and hot tub owners.
The state's highest court denied Mike Leach's appeal of his wrongful termination lawsuit against Texas Tech.
The Texas Tech professor and climate change evangelist has received hundreds of vicious emails since Newt Gingrich pulled her chapter from his book.