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Lubbock Finally Makes Some Progress on Diverting Storm Water
Well, this is just a roller coaster ride of a story. A blog I wrote about the lack of real progress in diverting stormwater in Lubbock blew up. Then, the city announced a new drainage pipe. I was just about to apologize or thank them for the progress. Then, it rained.
When Will Lubbock See Its First Snowfall?
Here are some predictions based on the science of snowfall.
Cinemark Movies 16 Will Host ‘Halloween’
While we await the arrival of Halloween 2018, Cinemark Movies 16 will celebrate the classic.
The Coach Leach Billboard in Lubbock Is a Real Thing [PICTURE]
Leach's representatives said "there would be a constant reminder" of the Leach situation around the university this fall. It was not a hollow threat.
When Will the Heat Break for West Texas?
It shouldn't be too long before we get a break.
When Exactly Did the Grandy’s in Lubbock Close?
It's probably been longer than you think.
Lubbock Is Not Prepared for Real Rain [VIDEO]
Have you seen something called "stormwater fees" on one of your utility bills? Well, this is the kind of thing it should prevent from happening, but doesn't.
There Will Be No Double Moon On August 27th
The latest hoax to go around is that there will be a "double moon" at the end of the month.
Do You Remember the Lubbock Red Light Camera Fiasco?
In July 2007, 12 red light cameras went up in Lubbock. In less than a year, they were gone.
Nightmare On 19th Street Releases 2018 Schedule
The #1 Scream Park in All Of West Texas has released its 2018 schedule.
Colder and Snowier Winter Predicted for Texas and Parts of New Mexico
Science says we have a chance of a more wintry winter. An El Nino event could have bring snow to the South Plains and Eastern New Mexico this winter.
WWE Shouts Out Lubbock in Latest Promo [Watch]
The future of Smackdown Live is coming to the Hub City this September.