Wednesday, the third day of trial for Thomas Michael Dixon got underway- the focus before lunch was on investigators testimony about a possible co-conspirator
Her parents originally said no, but 6-year-old Skyler Stephenson knew she wanted to play football. Now, as the only girl on her team she's proving that she can keep up with the guys -- sometimes even showing them up!
Officer Mike Matsik was nearly killed in January when a woman hit him with a car. Last week, that woman went on trial and for the first time since that case, Matsik spoke with us about the incident and how it impacted his life.
We've covered a lot of local elements on Ebola. Here's a recap of those.
While the Lubbock aren't likely to be the first responders to a possible Ebola case, they do often encounter blood and possible diseases while working cases. We took a look at the emergency kit every officer carries and how you could benefit from something similar.
Almost three weeks of rainfall have brought much needed rain to the region, but is just how much impact can three weeks of rainfall make on more than three years of drought?
The flash floods on Sunday dumped inches of rain on the area and caused thousands of dollars of damage to cars in the city.
Attorney Genearl Greg Abbot and Senator Wendy Davis faced off in the Rio Grand Valley Friday night for the first time in the election season. Both candidates performed well, but there were some heated moments.
Tim Cole was posthumously exonerated after DNA evidence proved him innocent in 2008. The group responsible for reviewing his case and moving it forward was the Innocence Project of Texas.
New rules imposed by the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District will put caps on large water users but shouldn't effect most residential users.