City of Tahoka has a major 6” water line break on North 6th and Avenue J.
The winning family will receive our Grand Prize, an iPad Mini, sponsored by Betenbough Homes.
Whether you're shopping online or in the stores... Buyers beware this holiday season, as scammers are much more likely to be out.
Dozens of folks in Lubbock have reportedly been bitten by the latest flu bug and doctors say if you get it checked out it could be deadly.
One local business wants to help you get your house as energy efficient as possible. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald has the details in today's Money Matters.
Patients at a traumatic brain injury care facility are making ornaments to help Toys for Tots and in the process helping themselves.
In recent days it made news that the FBI became involved in the case of a missing Lubbock woman.
Shawn Genenbacher takes his Christmas invention to Hollywood just in time for the holidays.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children during the week of December 16.
The 14th Annual Toys for Tots Tennis Scramble for Juniors and Adults is scheduled to take place at the Burgess Rushing Tennis Center this Saturday.
Holiday shoppers can avoid the crowds and look for unique gifts on Saturday, December 14, 2013, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. as the Copper Rawlings Community Center hosts their 13th Annual Holiday Crafts Bazaar.
Pedro Cruz Jr., 33, of Lubbock, was arrested Tuesday for a charge of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.
Police in Hobbs, NM confirm that two men were arrested Friday night for the murder of a Seminole, TX woman.
Justice of the Peace Jean Anne Stratton cannot withdraw her name from the March Republican primary ballot.
Kristen Currie has a look at Wednesday's forecast.
Emily Wilkinson with the National Ranching Heritage Center joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about Candlelight at the Ranch.
WalMart will expand from 16 to 25 acres.
The Department of Public Safety has concluded their investigation of a fatal collision between a train and 18-wheeler Monday, saying the official cause was because the the truck was stopped on the tracks as the train was approaching.
The deadline for Congress to reach a farm bill is approaching, the biggest thing holding up the deal is how much to cut from food assistance programs.
Justice of the Peace for Precinct 4, Judge Jean Anne Stratton announced Tuesday she will withdraw from the race, to leave her daughter to run unopposed.
A couple from East Lubbock is speaking out... Saying living conditions at their apartment complex are unlivable. And management is doing nothing to help.
William Caswell, 74, of Snyder lost his life early Tuesday morning in an apartment fire.
Texas Tech is giving students the option to donate their basketball tickets to underprivileged kids for the Christmas Break.
Police and the family of Zoe Campos, 18, of Lubbock, have increased the reward for information leading to the return of Campos.
South Plains College Plainview Center will conduct a groundbreaking ceremony for its expansion at 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 12 (Thursday) at the campus, 1920 W. 24th St.
Poetry from Celtic texts interwoven with songs and dance of the season will highlight the 13th Annual Caprock Celtic Christmas, which will be held 6 p.m. Dec. 15 (Sunday) in Texas Tech University’s Hemmle Recital Hall.
Covenant Health will host the Lindsey Callaway Memorial Toy Drive on December 13 starting at 10 a.m. at Covenant Children’s.
Kristen Currie has a look at Tuesday's forecast.
Terry Handley with Barnes and Noble joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about some good Christmas reads and some you can get as gifts.
Fire investigators are now looking into what caused a late-night fire on the city's east side.
On Monday, police released surveillance images from the November 30 robbery of Valero convenience store, 3311 Avenue Q.
Former Lubbock County Republican Chairman Chris Winn will again challenge incumbent Congressman Randy Neugebauer.
City Councilman Todd Klein will not seek public office after his current term expires.
A ringing bell, known for encouraging people to reach in their pockets and drop money into the Salvation Army's famous red kettles, has been no match for the recent wintry weather.
At about 4:40 pm Monday, EMS, Sheriff's Deputies and DPS were called to F.M. 2378 and Highway 84. DPS confirms that 35 year old Marco Antonio Flores, of McAllen, TX died in the crash. UPDATED 12/9/13 10:02 PM
John Steinmetz had been encouraged to run against incumbent Congressman Randy Neugebauer.
A Lubbock County Sheriff’s employee was arrested early Monday morning and charged with online solicitation of a minor. UPDATED 12/9/13 2:50
The number of flu or flu-like illness in Texas is up as compared to this time last year.
National Travel Systems in conjunction with the Red Raider Club is sponsoring a Fan Travel Package to the 2013 Holiday Bowl
Kristen Currie has a look at your forecast for this Monday, December 9th.
Nancy Sharp with Lubbock ISD joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the status of the 2010 bond projects.
Three weeks ago Zoe Campos just disappeared without a trace. Volunteers are now hitting the Lubbock streets to pass out missing person posters. Michaela MacDonald has the details.
Red Raiders set to face No. 16 Arizona State in San Diego on Dec. 30
A Lubbock-area man is running for Texas Agriculture Commissioner according to the Plainview Daily Herald.
Covenant Hospital in Levelland announced a new executive leader last week.
In recent years LP&L has been a monopoly in most of its service area and some have questioned LP&L’s need to advertise in Texas Tech sporting events.
In November a Brownfield man survived a crash only to be run over by a truck moments later.
The agreement encourages student exchanges as well as an exchange of academic material.
Two Lubbock men were honored by the Texas Department of Public safety on Thursday.
The City of Lubbock will reconstruct the 2000 block and 2100 block of Mac Davis Lane.
Sword wielding man reportedly ordered tacos and refused to pay.
The state attorney general's office will argue against a proposed federal rule to limit the effects of air pollution across state boundaries.
When Ann Marie Shambaugh signed up for the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon, she pictured a surge of athletes and a festive celebration, with thousands of onlookers cheering her on.
KELLER — Candice Stinnett calls it her "healing time" — a nine-mile jog up and around her neighborhood in Keller. It's all part of her preparation for Sunday's MetroPCS Dallas Marathon.
Sometimes it takes patience and persistence to make a connection.
Unknown assailants shot an American teacher to death as he was jogging on Thursday in Benghazi, a hospital official said, underlining persistently tenuous security in the eastern Libyan city where the U.S. ambassador was killed last year.
Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Lubbock District crews are ready to respond to a winter storm expected to impact the South Plains early tomorrow morning and into the weekend.
Texas Tech University President Duane Nellis is among those who signed the letter.
Doctors who qualify must fill out a form before April 2014 to receive retroactive payments for 2013.
The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District is checking water levels within 16 counties.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz met with business leaders during in a round table discussion.
The discovery of a suspicious package leads to closed streets and evacuation of residents in the area.
Police have detained a suspect following a stabbing at an East Texas hospital that left one employee dead and another one in critical condition.
John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are opposites, right?
Crowds gather at Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, 50 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Only high school students who pursue an honors plan or a diploma specializing in math and science will have to take algebra II under recommendations preliminarily approved Thursday.
As the drought continues to take its toll on resources, more companies are considering the long-term benefits of water recycling.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in a Florida death penalty case could help answer a Texas question about how to establish whether an inmate is too severely impaired to be subject to the death penalty.
More than 113,000 Texans who don't qualify for tax subsidies to purchase a new plan have received notices that their health plans will be canceled as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
As the official sponsor of birthdays, the American Cancer Society marks the 38th Great American Smokeout on November 21, 2013 by encouraging smokers to use the date to make a plan to quit, or to plan in advance and quit smoking that day.
Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers are working to secure access to the procedure for women across the state.
Unlike surface water, which is owned and allocated by the state, groundwater belongs to the landowner and is regulated by nearly 100 different conservation districts across Texas, all of which set their own rules.
Organizers conceded that the event, where students were to be rewarded with $25 gift cards for "catching" undocumented immigrants, was “over the top.”
Hobbs Police identify body discovered in abandoned home in September.
Rick Perry is running just a tiny bit to the left of Ted Cruz and a notch or two to the right of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The number of women running farms in Texas and across the country is growing, though women are still a minority.
Legislators say the state finally has some money to carry out its longstanding water plan. But the plan is full of contradictions and questions.
Fewer than 3,000 Texans successfully found private health insurance during the first month of the Affordable Care Act’s open enrollment period.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Tuesday on IH-40, yielding over 5 pounds of hashish valued at over $40,000 along with 125 pounds of marijuana valued at over $532,000.
Recently the states of Oklahoma and Texas have experienced an up tick in earthquake activity.
Midland is considered one of the top 20 most secure small cities according to the latest Farmer's Insurance rankings.
In Texas, special attention is being placed on boosting employment prospects for veterans.
Friends and family will say goodbye this week to two teenage girls from Holliday killed Friday in a horrendous wreck. (Lubbock ties).
The federal government is threatening to cut about 70 percent of its annual funding for Texas public libraries, because it says the state has failed to pull its own weight in library funding.
Voters in Harris County were given a voice on whether to issue $217 million in bonds to transform the deteriorating structure into a mammoth exhibition and event space.
The incentive is the first such offer for the buyers of electric vehicles in the state.
Texas voters approved a $2 billion draft from the state's Rainy Day Fund to finance water projectsTuesday night, along with eight other amendments to the state's constitution.
Though elections officials say the process went smoothly, some worry that could change in future elections with increased voter turnout.
The Louise And Clay Woods Simulation Center was able to officially open Monday morning.
A deadly accident that took the lives of four military veterans during a parade was caused by poor planning according to the federal NTSB.
Officials in Austin say its reservoirs could run dry in the next several years, echoing concerns across the state.
Justice Antonin Scalia, who is considering the plaintiffs' request, has ordered the state to respond by Nov. 12.
Only 5% of pilots in the U.S. are women but one woman in Vernon, Texas is working to raise that number.
Officer's quarter's number one at Fort Concho is the old home of Colonel Benjamin Grierson and his family. In 1878, Grierson's 13-year-old daughter, Edie, contracted typhoid fever and died in the upstairs bedroom.
Back in August, the Dallas Zoo’s population grew by one with the addition of another rare okapi, the 36th such calf born since officials joined a program to swell its ranks 50 years ago.
Billed as the first in the world, a Texas-based company has created a 'smart rifle' that allows even novices to hit targets nearly 1,000 feet away.
Cops in Texas threw the book at Jory Enck. His offense was not returning a library book.
Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement regarding the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to grant an emergency stay lifting the injunction against House Bill 2.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has restored controversial provisions of a new Texas abortion law.
New Report Released During Domestic Violence Awareness Month Shows Increase in the Number of Women Killed in Texas