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In light of the recent chaos out of Ferguson, Missouri, many police departments nationwide are reevaluating how prepared they are to handle civil unrest on such a large scale. So, just how prepared are Lubbock Police for such situations?
Stores on University Avenue near Tech's campus had slower business during the summer. However, as soon as students began moving back, business has picked up.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
It is not known how long repairs will take to complete, however, it could be next week before repairs are finished and the road is completely reopened.
The Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute received a $472,000 grant to turn traditional indigo dye, used for denim, into a money saving, eco-friendly foam.
The City of Lubbock would like to remind everyone that while dogs are welcome at city parks, it is against the law to allow your dog to run at large.
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.
To help students get in the spirit, Texas Tech Athletics, Tech Activities Board and the Center for Campus Life will host a Wreck ‘Em Rally on Saturday (Aug. 23) at Jones AT&T Stadium.
The Reagor Dykes Auto Group has been ranked No:1252 among 5000 of the nations fastest growing private companies.