Emergency Crews Respond to One Vehicle Wreck in New Deal
Undergraduate students in the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business who earned their diplomas in December 2014 achieved a 90.7 percent job placement rate, the highest rate in the college’s history.
Civic Lubbock, Inc. will be conducting a grant workshop in preparation for the June 1, 2015 deadline for the first round of grants available through the 2015 City of Lubbock/Civic Lubbock, Inc. Cultural Arts Grant Program.
The Buddy Holly Center will host the annual spring exhibition of the West Texas Watercolor Society, which will be displayed in the Fine Arts Gallery.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in partnership with Minority Landowner Magazine will host a Farmer and Landowner Workshop to discuss conservation technical and financial assistance available through USDA and to provide the opportunity to demonstrate construction of a seasonal high tunnel.
On the first Friday of May, the Buddy Holly Center invites the community to participate in Lubbock’s First Friday Art Trail.
In a land where dirt and dust is most prominent, Texas Tech University sought to create its own little oasis in 1938, which later led to the annual tradition known as Arbor Day.
Los Hermanos Familia of Lubbock is proud to announce that 40 men and youth were nominated in 11 categories of the inaugural "Adelante Awards."
All proceeds will benefit the Lubbock United Neighborhood Association’s programs and operational expenses.
The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC) will host a reception on Friday, May 1, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the opening of Photo Plains
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations the week of April 27th and May1st:
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On Wednesday, the Polando family watched their home in east Lubbock burn down. Firemen say it was a "complete loss". Now, they're trying to move forward.
The latest weather webcast from the KAMC HD Storm Team Weather Lab.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
After their creation in 2012, Imagine Lubbock Together may not have been in the news as much, but they say they're still working for Lubbock's future.
A Lubbock man said he fell victim to a computer scam that cost him nearly $300.
Link Ministries owns One-Nine Skate Park off 19th and Avenue A but said it will need to temporarily shut down.
Volunteer firefighters from Levelland and other surrounding towns responded Friday afternoon to a fire in at the old Pettit school northwest of Levelland.
The Lubbock Region of Free Cakes for Texas Kids will hold a raffle and donation event at United Supermarkets.
The owners of the building have paid back money to the City of Lubbock.
Lubbock Police said one victim had life threatening injuries.
The Brownfield Police Department said cleanup of Highway 62/82 was completed about 9:30 pm Thursday and the roadway was opened back up to traffic around midnight.
The Board of Directors of Plains Cotton Cooperative Association (PCCA) today named Kevin Brinkley as president and chief executive officer of the Lubbock-based, farmer-owned cooperative effective July 1, 2015.
A Texas Tech University duo came in third place in a wine mixology competition with Sonoma State University.
Winds will be cranking this afternoon for areas on the caprock! A Wind Advisory is in effect this afternoon.
More than $870,000 was spent on Lubbock doctors in one year. EverythingLubbock.com researched the money spent and spoke to experts to determine what it could mean.
Slaton Police responded to a rollover accident Thursday evening along Highway 84 near Division Street.
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KAMC's Joe Sherwood brings you the top stories in movies, music and art in this week's Entertainment Thursday.
Slaton Police, Lubbock Sheriff’s Deputies, and Texas DPS Troopers were responded to the report of an abduction late Thursday afternoon.
After the first of two votes, the Lubbock City Council is one step closer to allowing people to keep chickens inside the city limits.
Jon Matthews, organizer of Lubbock Fit, and Jonathan Botros, Head Coach, talk about Lubbock Fit and sports hydration!
Executive Director Toni Spray talks about the LUNA 3rd Annual Spirit of Community Fish Fry and Foosball Tournament happening this weekend!
Two semi trucks collided just outside of Brownfield Thursday morning, causing a fire. UPDATED
Two semi trucks collided at the northern city limits of Brownfield Thursday before 8:00 am killing Robert Clifford Melvin, 58, of Lubbock and injuring two others.
The Catholic Diocese of Lubbock will formally announce plans for the creation of a $6.8 million Catholic Student Center to serve Texas Tech University.
Hollywood actress Nia Long will speak to students at the Talkington School for Young Women Leaders.
The Texas Tech Parents Association will host “Financing College at Texas Tech” at 7 p.m. Thursday (April 23) .
A fund has been set up for the family that was left homeless after a fire Wednesday afternoon in the 5200 block of East 4th Street.
The family of Albert “Bo” Martinez released statements Thursday to say “thank you” to the people who supported their families recently.
Lubbock Police released a photo of a suspect from a hit and run on the afternoon of April 6.
The Lubbock Better Business Bureau said criminals follow the news, and when they hear of big layoffs, it becomes prime time for scams.
The Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees chose a new Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and a new principal for Bayless elementary.
The family of Morgan Lee filed a lawsuit Wednesday morning against the City of Lubbock for up to $1 million in State District Court.
A school bus and pickup truck crashed Thursday morning just after 7:00 am at the intersection of 4th Street and Quaker Avenue.
Moist air in place to start off the day with a few more clouds expected to stick around for this afternoon.
A visit from Minnie Mouse was all it took for Sierra to lose her shyness.
The Haven Animal Care Shelter said a puppy was stolen Monday – the second time that a dog was recently taken.
Ministry Director Holly Betenbough talks about Betenbough Homes' free Spring event, Delight in D.I.Y.!
Officials issued an Amber Alert Saturday afternoon for Carnalita Singleton, 10, Phalen Cole, 6, and Phillip Cole, 8.
As task force officers breached the door to an apartment, a male subject fired a rifle at them.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers and the family of Sherry Mondragon increased the reward this week for her unsolved 2009 murder case.
A Las Cruces mother, Monica Quintana, 34, was indicted by a grand jury Thursday after her young, disabled son tested positive for methamphetamine.
Three Houston family members charged in "honor killing"
As spring weather draws more motorcyclists onto Texas roadways, the Texas Department of Transportation is launching its “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles” campaign to reduce crashes and save lives.
A grand jury in Dallas County, Texas, has decided not to indict two officers in the fatal shooting of Jason Harrison.
Arnoldo Navarette, age 44, of Portales, NM, was sentenced to life in prison plus 3 years for the 1993 shooting death of Portales resident, Reynaldo Ornelas, Sr., age 30.
The Department of Public Safety said Florentino Sanchez Cardenas, 63, of Odessa lost his life in a traffic accident Wednesday evening.
Pregnant Texas Popeye's worker fired after robbery
Matthew Gonzales pleaded guilty Wednesday to Armed Robbery and was sentenced to 11 years in the New Mexico Department of Corrections.
According to the DPS, the accident occurred on State Highway 115, approximately 11 miles west of Andrews, at 5:00 a.m.
This is an ongoing investigation that could result in additional charges against both suspects.
A voluntary evacuation was put in place for some Longview residents after a train derailed Tuesday evening.
An argument over the price of gas had Wichita County Sheriff's deputies dealing with a violent family disruption Monday afternoon.
The National Park service was reporting via Facebook that U.S. Highways 62/180 is closed in the area of the truck fire.
UTPB hosted its distinguished lecture series at Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center Tuesday night, featuring 2014 gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis.
Early Wednesday morning, Amarillo Police responded to multiple reports of shots fired in South Amarillo.
The New Mexico State Police responded to the scene of a crash involving three vehicles in Roswell Monday evening.
The Killeen Police Department continues to investigate the death of a three-year-old girl after she suffered a gunshot wound and died on Saturday, April 18, 2015.
Five people are behind bars Tuesday afternoon after police say they were caught with more than 25 pounds of marijuana.
Clovis Police need help locating 28-year-old Joshua Q. Jackson.
Emergency personnel took the boy to the hospital with what were initially thought to be life-threatening injuries.
Abilene Police on Monday tried to settle fears about a recent spike in violent crime over the weekend.
The Texas DPS conducted a traffic stop Monday on IH-40, yielding 113 pounds of marijuana valued at over $690,000 along with six pounds of hashish valued at over $60,000.
Blue Bell creameries voluntarily expands recall to include all of its products due to possible health risk.
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The Texas DPS conducted a traffic stop Sunday on IH-40, yielding over 15 pounds of methamphetamine valued at over $1,340,000.
The incident occurred outside of the Emerald Inn, located at 840 East Highway 80, early Sunday morning.
According to the DPS, the accident occurred on Business Interstate Highway 20, one-half mile west of Odessa, at 7:38 p.m.
Dallas police say a 2-month-old boy has died after being attacked by his family's pet pit bull at their home.
Police had to use to multiple ways of force to arrest a Lufkin man who was allegedly high on K2 and threatening officers with a knife.
The body of Sheriff Burroughs was discovered by his co-workers after they were unable to make contact with him.
The Odessa Police Department putting out a warning after multiple sexual assaults were reported over the weekend.
Oklahoma 'thrill killer' gets life in prison
The accident occurred at the intersection of Hollywood Road and Interstate 27 around 3:00 a.m.
Police responding to multiple shots fired at the Paradise Party Place on North Fillmore Street early Saturday morning.
Authorities are looking for a man who allegedly attempted to run over a deputy in a truck last week.
The rainy conditions on Friday meant it was a good day to cloud seed around Wichita Falls.
April Thomas was arrested last month after police say she went to Sullivan Funeral Home and took a ring off a body.
The Quanah man arrested in a Wichita Falls Motel 6 for a double homicide outside Quanah has confessed to both murders, according to an affidavit filed by the Texas Rangers.
Botulism is a rare but potentially fatal illness caused by a nerve toxin that causes paralysis.
The Texas PSC and the Texas DPS Director Steven McCraw presented a Purple Heart and five Life Saving Awards to DPS employees for their exemplary service.
An East Texas couple was arrested Thursday for endangering a child.
A former employee at Big Spring Correctional Center admitted smuggling contraband into the facility for an inmate.
The Department of Public Safety said a man was arrested in Wichita Falls, and arraigned on a capital murder charge.
Ernesto Jarmillo Aranda, Jr. was arrested after Midland Police said he tossed two dogs into moving traffic Thursday morning.
Wednesday's fog along US 287 in Wichita County caused one wreck which later led to a second accident. And that second accident was caught on video by a Wichita County Sheriff Deputy’s dashcam.
Amarillo police arrested Terry Deon Noble, 46, just before 4:00 am Thursday.
A Wichita Falls man was arrested Wednesday and accused of threatening to kill his neighbor.
Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 46,000 motorcycles in the U.S. because they could stay in gear due to clutches that won't fully disengage.
The Vatican was among the possible targets, a prosecutor says
U.S. Army General David Petraeus sentenced