With hindsight, there were signs years ago of increasing violence against women by Darren Vann, who police said Tuesday has confessed to killing seven women in northwestern Indiana.
The freelance cameraman who contracted Ebola while working with NBC in Liberia is now disease free, he tweeted today.
The Board of Education at the New Jersey high school embroiled in a football hazing scandal voted to continue the indefinite suspension of the team's coaches with pay during an emotional meeting tonight.
The victims of a brutal dog attack in North Lubbock last weekend have now retained an attorney to help them get some answers. Their attorney says Animal Services, who is conducting an investigation into the incident, has yet to share any of their findings with him or his clients.
The Ebola virus continues to rage through West Africa, but a few countries in the region have managed to contain the outbreak. Case in point: After six weeks with no new cases, the World Health Organization declared Nigeria Ebola-free today.
A jury found today that a leading guardrail company made false statements to the government relating to a nearly decade-old modification that critics say made the guardrails more dangerous for motorists across the country, and ordered the company to pay $175 million in damages.
TTU police are looking for a male who exposed himself to three separate women at the campus library.
Federal health officials on Monday issued new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
Tuesday, jury selection will begin in the high-profile murder case of Lubbock Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics: types of milk, smoke vs. air pollution, and doctor visits impacting blood pressure.