KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Eight elementary students were taken by ambulance to Medical Center Hospital Tuesday after a school bus accident in Ector county, an ECISD official said.
Myles Galvan, 12, has been battling leukemia since he was 7 years old. University Medical Center surprised Myles with a dream of a lifetime—he was going to get to go meet some of his favorite players and favorite coach, Coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Timothy Cole, former Tech pre-law student was wrongfully accused of rape in 1985, after serving 13 years in jail he died in prison. And later DNA proved his innocence. A statue will go up in his honor on September 17.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Red Raider football star Wes Welker has been suspended four games for using amphetamine.
The Congressman introduced a new campaign this summer to keep 'In God We Trust' at the forefront of the nation.
Police seized 4 truckloads of stolen merchandise and have so far linked most of the stolen property to 5 burglaries.
Lubbock Police were on the scene of an armed robbery at the Subway sandwich shop in the 4900 block of 34th Street Tuesday afternoon.
Elysse Mata, of Lubbock, gave birth to conjoined baby girls back in April. The twins, who have both gained almost 7 lbs since birth, are doing well in a Houston area hospital, as specialists develop plans for surgical separation.
The Garza County Sheriff’s Department said a man is recovering after being shot Friday night.