Texas Tech President Duane Nellis announced Wednesday morning at the Buddy Holly Center that Paul McCartney will perform June 14 in the United Spirit Arena. UPDATED with video.
We're in for a warm and comfortable Wednesday afternoon before a cold front cools off our Thursday. Rain chances are looking better and projected accumulations are increasing as we move closer to the weekend. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on your midweek forecast.
A police chase ended dramatically Tuesday afternoon with a pickup truck on top of a police car near 66th Street and Interstate 27. UPDATED 4/16/14 9:09 am
Fire investigators are working to identify the cause of an overnight apartment fire on Lubbock's east side.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Tuesday, the Electric Utility Board voted to move the street lights back into the city's budget.
A press conference to officially announce the concert at the United Spirit Arena is expected Wednesday morning.
Police have released a statement on the Tuesday car chase that led police through Cooke Park after trying to stop suspect Chazric Simms, 18, an escapee from a community correction facility.
Small busineses expand for many different reasons but owner of "Tom and Bingo's BBQ" says he just wants people to enjoy their BBQ more.
A baffling virus, that has already killed millions of baby pigs, is driving up the price of pork and putting local restaurants in a bind.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
The woman shown in a viral video for her safety presentation on a Southwest Airlines flight is from Lubbock.
If you've ever had to make a 911 call in an emergency, odds are you've been greeted by a steady voice at the other end ready to help. This week is dedicated to saying thanks.
Lubbock ISD and David L. Miller, creator of a religious ad that was not allowed to be shown at Lowrey Field, filed new court records Monday.
Lubbock Power & Light earned positive marks from Fitch Ratings, specifically an A+ credit rating, but it comes with two warnings.
A new energy management program cuts the districts energy costs and will continue to do so over the next ten years.
A Plainview student and her father are filing a lawsuit and a request for a temporary restraining order against Plainview ISD and the Plainview police.
Candidates for Lubbock City Council District 3 will have a forum Thursday, 7:00 pm, at Redeemer Church, 66th Street & Elgin Avenue.
KAMC's Allison Morrison & Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news.
Flatlands Dance Theatre presents "Collide." The show is a collaboration of artists and art forms.
For those who missed Tuesday morning's 'Blood Moon', take a look! KAMC's Kristen Currie has the details on this morning's lunar eclipse as well as what we can expect weather-wise for the rest of the work week.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
The ongoing drought has beef prices at a 27-year-high and Beck's Quality Meatland is having a difficult time offering their customers good deals.
Last night's cold temperatures are returning again this evening, posing a threat to local fruit crops. Apple Country Orchards Owner Cal Brints give us his expert advice.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Kyle Vernon, a Crosbyton Middle School science teacher and a captain in the Civil Air Patrol, was honored this weekend for his work using aerospace education as a teaching tool in the classroom.
On Tuesday, Lubbock Power & Light’s Electric Utility Board will discuss the idea of removing the cost of street lights from its budget. It’s a move that could save LP&L roughly $3 million per year, but that forces the City to find those funds elsewhere.
City Council District 3 candidate Maurice Stanley held a press conference Monday where he donated questionably raised campaign funds to a local charity.
A $1 million gift was announced Monday morning to Texas Tech University's Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering from ConocoPhillips, according to a press release.
A Freeze Watch is in effect for all of the area on Tuesday morning as lows fall into the 20’s.
A group called Alström Angels set up eggs in Maxey Park to be found by their beeping sound instead of their bright colors or decorative designs.
Lubbock firefighters were called out to a house fire in the 2100 block of Date Avenue at 8:30 Monday morning.
“We could all use a little relief,” said Robert Taylor president of United Family.
Lubbock ISD's Nancy Sharp visits KLBK This Morning to talk about the upcoming Foundation for Excellence (FFE) Golf Tournament.
From 80s & 90s this past weekend, to 20s & 30s to kick off our Monday. Temperatures continue to plunge as we start the work week with most of the area under a Freeze Watch or Warning. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on our chilly forecast.
Danny Soliz with Workforce Solutions joins KLBK This Morning to talk about the upcoming job fair.
The City of Lubbock will try to make the most of Lake Alan Henry by starting a Salt Cedar eradication program.
City Council District 3 candidate Maurice Stanley admits he put himself in a position to potentially violate campaign ethics laws. He is now trying to fix it.
It’s good news for local shopkeepers that collections have gone up. It means people are spending more money in local stores.
The Lubbock housing and construction market has rebounded considerably in the last four years but ...
A collaboration between Lubbock Power and Light and Catholic Family Services to help those who need help paying their bills.
“The event will give voice to the individuals who are homeless,” a written statement said.
A Gaines County Sheriff’s Department official report said the case was being treated as an industrial accident.
Longtime Lubbock newsman Paul R. Beane announced Friday he will retire from broadcasting. His daily commentary “The Way I See It” will run for the last time on April 30 on KFYO.
Resthaven Funeral Home & Cemetery will host an Easter Sunrise Service and celebration at 6:45 a.m., Sunday, April 20th at the empty tomb location, 5740 West 19th Street.
Councilmember Victor Hernandez will host a public meeting to discuss Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores proposal for the southwest corner of I-27 and Regis Avenue.
South Plains Electric Cooperative is teaming up with Buckner International to ask employees and members to collect shoes for children in need.
Jane't Howey and Sheryl Estes, former Tech athletes, are bring luxury to tailgating.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of April 14, 2014:
Texas Tech is announcing a gift to the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering from ConocoPhillips Company on Monday.
Jenni Ezell, the mother of conjoined twins who will be released from Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas today, said the family feels "relief, joy and elation."
Several people facing federal conspiracy charges in Colorado City were back in federal court Monday in order to change their plea following a major drug bust after an FBI investigation.
From a book read every weekend in Church, to a Louisiana state symbol?
Tuesday's "blood moon" was the first of a four part astronomical rarity - a complete lunar eclipse, and the beginning of a tetrad.
A fourth suspect has been charged in connection with the 2013 murder of Australian baseball player Christopher Lane.
One person was injured after a possible tornado touched down in Lovelady, Texas, south of Crockett, early Sunday evening.
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have risen 6.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.46 per gallon Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 13,114 gas outlets in Texas.
The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning for consumers following the news of the still-missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370.
The Texas Department of State Health Services is offering precautionary information after a Swisher County resident recently developed hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, or HPS.
Some citizens express their concern over the implementation of a cement plant in West Odessa.
The drought has made the farmer's saying "feast or famine" ring true and it looks like the famine could definitely continue this year too.
If the city of Wichita Falls enters stage five water restrictions, public and private swimming pools including Castaway Cove, would not be allowed to be filled with the city's potable water supply.
A woman from Snyder - with a tie to nearby Lorenzo - who is accused of murder was found by investigators in Toledo, Ohio on Wednesday.
A new development coming to West Texas will soon make Midland, Texas a space travel hub.
A tank battery fire sent two to the hospital on Friday afternoon in Midland, where one man later died of his injuries.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Sunday on IH-40, yielding 123 pounds of marijuana valued at over $540,000.
In November the State of Texas sued the federal government in Lubbock to stop implementation of new Equal Employment Opportunity Commission rules.
Ector County District Judge Denn Whalen will no longer be the presiding judge in a child custody battle that has attracted national attention after the release of an internet video.
It's spring, a time when warmer weather has Texomans enjoying the great outdoors but this spring area fishing enthusiasts are not expected to reel in much fun.
A man is dead after crashing a BMW into a building.
"Texans' hearts are once again very heavy. The scenes coming from Fort Hood today are sadly too familiar." -- Senator John Cornyn.
Suspect shooter believed among the 4 dead in Fort Hood tragedy. UPDATED 4/2/14 9:40 PM
he U.S. Department of Energy confirmed Wednesday that the first radioactive waste shipment arrived in Andrews County from the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The FBI needs help identifying a man suspected of sexually exploiting a child.
Advocacy groups and concerned citizens across the state will be hosting events to help raise awareness throughout April.
TxDOT confirms the reports Tuesday morning of a train derailment at FM 228, North of Interstate 40.
In Clay County, a man authorities say neglected about 30 horses now faces criminal charges, even as he prepares to go to court to try to get his horses back.
The Texas Department of Public Safety added Daniel “Donnie” Carrillo, 35, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offenders list.
The City of Plainview will begin securing the Duck Pond to prevent stray animals and scavengers from feeding off of the hundreds of fish that died Friday, according to the Plainview Daily Herald.
The Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert Friday for Jake Davis, 10, who was taken from Denton by Brandi Williams, 20, a family friend. UPDATE: alert canceled.
The post office in Waka, Texas, in Ochiltree County, has been open for more than a century, but this week a sign announcing the office's closure was posted this weekend.
Meteorologists knew that May 31st, 2013 could be a big day for severe weather, including tornadoes.
U.S. Army Specialist Armstrong Mabwa came home to a cheering crowd Monday afternoon.
In a recent administrative settlement agreement, the EPA alleged that Phillips 66 generated invalid sulfur credits between 2006 and 2012.
USA Rail Terminals will be constructing a new railroad terminal about five miles east of Sweetwater.
USDA Texas Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Judith A. Canales, is encouraging everyone to take a moment to appreciate the hard working farmers and ranchers in Texas today for National Ag Day.
Food prices for families in Texas remained fairly steady for a basket of 16 staple grocery items totaling $46.66.
An entire apartment complex under construction burned Tuesday in Houston.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operation officers working at the Santa Teresa port of entry seized 28.6 pounds of cocaine Thursday.
Some snakes were fried for lunch, others had their venom extracted, but all five hundred pounds of snakes were a hit with the little ones.
According to the Levelland & Hockley County News Press, a suspect was indicted this month in Cochran County for the December 1 arson.
A Waco artist was arrested in Wichita County this week for vandalism at a West Texas art object.
An Odessa man has started a Facebook page and a movement to improve his city.
Robert Young, a former math teacher at Permian High School, is facing two counts of having an improper relationship with a student in 2010.
Federal officials said Tuesday they had busted an international child pornography ring involving victims in 39 states and five countries.
A Texas man died after falling off the south rim of the Grand Canyon, officials at the national park said Monday.
The FBI believes a Border Patrol agent found dead in his South Texas home is responsible for the kidnapping and assault of three females who were in the country illegally, the agency said Thursday.
A record number of women got their concealed handgun licenses in the State of Texas in 2013.
Small town hospitals are struggling because of the effects of federal healthcare policies.
Two people have died and five others are in critical condition after a vehicle plowed into a crowd of people near a venue for the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas early this morning, police said.