Texas Department of Public Safety responding to an accident Saturday afternoon that injured two minors and sent one to UMC in critical condition.
A local woman said it's a miracle that she was able to see her grandson graduate from Monterey High School Saturday afternoon.
Two U.S. Marines from Lubbock, share their insight on the devastating events in Nepal and continue their relief efforts to bring aid to the survivors.
The South Plains region has one of the highest per capita rates of child abuse and neglect at double the state average.
Trash, recycling and the landfill operations will be adjusted.
UMC EMS said on Thursday, there was a large number of patients coming in to EMS in relation to synthetic drugs.
Debris and rocks have started accumulating on the roads, bringing business to local glass repair shops.
Parks and Recreation still has a few summer jobs available for Summer Camp Counselors, Lifeguards, and Pool Laborers for 2015.
A Lubbock man said in the last few months, Lubbock's homeless population have decided to call his neighborhood, on 26th and Avenue Q, their new home.
Cloudy & cool today...
In commemoration of Memorial Day, the Nancy Anderson Chapter of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in conjunction with the Historic City of Lubbock Cemetery, will be holding a Memorial Day Service on Monday.
According to the Facebook page for the Cottle-King Times, former Paducah High School Principal and basketball coach Jay Cantrell pleaded guilty Thursday.
Lubbock Police on Friday morning released on Facebook a portion of the 911 audio from the robbery of Family Dollar, 5302 Avenue Q, Wednesday night.
Alyson Friesen with Atkins Middle School joins KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the school's production of "Middle School Madness."
While this woman was not assaulted by Aguero, she said she was similarly manipulated by the softball coach almost a decade ago.
A Lubbock mom is concerned for kids who have to wait on the bus, after they were hit by heavy rain, high winds, and hail during a storm.
When the police are chasing you, and you think you're in danger, the best thing to do -- at least in the mind of one California suspect -- is to call 911.
On Thursday morning State District Judge Jim Bob Darnell entered an order to tentatively schedule Doctor Thomas Michael Dixon to go on trial ...
Looking at the daily water usage in the last few years, Lubbock has been using less water compared to the last few May's.
Cloudy & chilly today...
Police continue to search for two men that robbed a Lubbock Family Dollar Wednesday night. UPDATED
"The We Will Never Forget" Memorial Day event is to honor those who paid the ultimate price for our country and to remember the sacrifices they made.
Amie Duemer with the South Plains Kidney Foundation joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the Walk ' N Roll event bringing awareness to kidney disease.
Authorities arrest two suspects after leading DPS in a vehicle pursuit.
Dr. Wayne Isom, Idalou native and nationally renown heart surgeon, reflects on the day he diagnosed David Letterman.
A new scam at the gas pump is worrying consumers due to its easy way of stealing your gas. Essentially, it allows thieves to pump gas with your dollar.
Lubbock Fire Rescue was called to the scene of a natural gas line at about 12:45 Wednesday in the area of 98th Street and Chicago Avenue. A little after 3 pm, people were told they could return to their homes.
Cloudy & chilly today...
Marisol Aguero was arrested Tuesday afternoon on a count of indecent acts with a child. It is the second arrest for the local softball coach, who was charged with sexual assault of a child last week.
The Ride of Silence in remembrance of fallen cyclists is set for May 20th at 7 p.m.
Home Instead Senior Care joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about taking the Sunday Dinner Pledge.
Following the news from Waco where a biker brawl left nine dead. A local riding group wanted to remind the community that here in Lubbock their bikers ride for good causes.
The City of Lubbock code inspectors said they have cited several people for living in their storage units. After a Lubbock man was found dead in his storage unit in Lubbock county, KLBK investigates the health and legal risks of people living in their storage units.
Residents who live out on West 50th Street, or County Road 6900, say they're still looking for more improvements to their road.
Levelland, Plainview and Slaton made the top 100 list best towns in Texas last week from niche.com.
The woman seeking a protective order against Lubbock’s State Senator, Charles Perry, was not successful.
More thunderstorms in the forecast...
The City of Lubbock said homeowners are responsible for anything on their property.
Frenship ISD Superintendent David Vroonland was named as the lone finalist for superintendent in another community.
Lubbock cyclist, Jana Giles will be traveling nearly 3,5000 miles with the Venture Expeditions team to raise money for their cause.
Family and friends of Veronica Moreno are asking bikers to come together in support of Moreno Tuesday morning for her burial procession.
Levelland Police confirmed information posted to social media that there is a standoff on Holly Street near College Avenue.
When it rains, especially if a lot of water falls in a short amount of time, some areas are likely to have some flooding, and we asked the city where some of those repeat offenders are located.
Local bikers say the incident is a 'tragedy,' but it won't happen in Lubbock.
Just after 11:00 am Monday, police and EMS were called to the scene of a motorcycle that crashed into the side of an 18-wheeler. UPDATED
Muleshoe Police were called to the report of a “self-inflicted gunshot wound” on Friday. It turns out the wound was not self-inflicted
Storms return to the forecast tonight
Lubbock restaurant owners are the recipients of the Texas Restaurant Association’s Hall of Honor and Lubbock Restaurant Association’s Outstanding Restaurateur awards
Nancy Sharp joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about students supporting students at Adkins Middle School.
Lubbock's Electric Utility Board, which oversees most aspects of Lubbock Power and Light, will discuss a possible rate hike of 5.75 percent in the base rate.