The Texas Tech Transportation and Parking Services are revisiting their Street Smart campaign after noticing their students aren’t paying attention to their surroundings when they are walking around campus.
The Fact or Fib panel for Tuesday, August 26th, 2014.
The mother of U.S. writer Peter Theo Curtis, who was freed Sunday after being held hostage for two years by Syrian militants loyal to al-Qaeda, described the moments when she learned her son had been freed.
The family of Dalton Debrick, 18, of Irving spoke out Monday - one day following the discovery that he had died in a Central Lubbock home over the weekend. Lubbock Police said Debrick died sometime between Saturday evening and Sunday morning in the 3600 block of 36th Street. Debrick had just moved to Lubbock from Irving to start his freshman year at Texas Tech and was rushing the fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi.
As a majority of schools around the Hub City start school this week, motorists are being cautioned to slow down and pay attention to school zones and bus stops.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and KAMC-TV hosted a debate Friday afternoon for the candidates running for the Texas State Senate District 28 seat.
Within the last month a new social media phenomenon had benefited the fight against ALS also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Celebrities, politicians, and NFL coaches have all participated in the “Ice Bucket Challenge” to strike out ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. People with this disease lose control of their voluntary muscles, therefore losing their ability to speak, eat, walk and eventually breathe.
The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa is affecting a local humanitarian group, who has a team stationed in Sierra Leone.
Sophomore Lauren Watson enters practice as the favorite to follow in the footsteps of Victoria Esson.
KAMC brings you the top stories in movies, music and art in this week's Entertainment Thursday.