Lubbock Police early Saturday afternoon announced an arrest related to a double homicide..
Dr. D.L. Lowrie, pastor emeritus of Lubbock’s First Baptist Church and former pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, will be the guest of honor at Wayland Baptist University Lubbock Campus’ 9th annual Lubbock Lights Scholarship Gala.
The Buddy Holly Center is gearing up for another summer of music and fun with the annual Summer Showcase Concert Series.
The YWCA is asking the community to get involved in a community wide ask to help get the last $1 million to build the new J.T. & Margaret Talkington YWCA, a Recreation and Aquatics Center.
The Lubbock Police Department reported two people were fatally shot, early Saturday morning.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations the week of April 20, 2015.
Warm and breezy weather across the South Plains and the Rolling Plains on Saturday
John Thornbury of Slaton, Texas was presented the Correctional Institutions Division Volunteer Award during the Governor’s 2015 Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award program today.
News broke in early 2013 that Walmart would build a new location at 114th Street and Quaker Avenue. What is the latest since then?
More calm today...
Students in Lubbock wanted to get creative when asking their dates for prom.
Richard Duane Bulson, 36, was arrested Wednesday evening for arson related to the March 24 fire at Texas Land and Cattle, 7202 Indiana Avenue.
Students from the Rawls College of Business will host a Good Shred Day to recycle paper documents.
Lewis Walker with University Medical Center's Activities Center joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the women's self defense classes being offered in May.
Lubbock Fire Rescue and EMS responded to the Cotton Patch restaurant on Slide Road for the report of people suffering from the symptoms carbon monoxide poisoning.
In an open letter released Thursday, City Councilman Victor Hernandez called State Senator Charles Perry of Lubbock a “bigot and a racist.” UPDATED
Severe thunderstorms affected the area Thursday evening.
As severe weather season begins to pick up on the South Plains, it's important to make sure your pets are safe, too.
Ernesto Jarmillo Aranda, Jr. was arrested after Midland Police said he tossed two dogs into moving traffic Thursday morning.
Evans Middle School is beautiful, but littered with trash, even in the areas that have trash cans.
Tuning Point Community Church in Lubbock filed a lawsuit Wednesday in State District Court against a company called J&R Dirtworks of Lorenzo.
Lubbock Fire Rescue and the Lubbock County Emergency Management Coordinator send out public requests on Thursday – urging people to register their storm shelters.
Some severe thunderstorms expected today...
April is National Donate Life Month.
Dr. Charles Seifert with TTUHSC's School of Pharmacy joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the Medication Cleanout event.
William Chet Stewart, 35, of Ropesville pleaded guilty Tuesday.
Lubbock veterinarian said the time to treat for ticks is now, as there is an increase of reported animals going to treatment for tick infestation.
Some members of the Young Conservatives of Texas at Texas Tech rallied in support of campus carry Wednesday afternoon.
School districts and little league groups focus on keeping players and spectators safe when Spring sports season collides with severe weather.
A man admits he started the church on fire and accepted a prison sentence.
The CEO of Dallas-based Go Ape Marketing, Cheryl Rios, said on Facebook, “A female shouldn’t be President.”
Texas Tech University will host a Small Business Expo from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday (April 22) at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center.
Severe weather expected tomorrow...
Odessa Police were called to the 1600 block of West 7th Street after neighbors said they heard a round of gunshots followed by fireworks.
Restaurants and businesses are offering discounts to relieve some grief for Tax Day.
Medical students from TTUHSC joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about this years City Lights Gala.
Suzy Emre with Lubbock's Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the groups monthly support meeting.
On Tuesday night Lubbock United Neighborhood Association hosted a crime and safety meeting at the Dream Center and LPD Asst. Chief of Police attended and shared local crime statistics.
Local cotton growers hope to profit from the recent rain storms this season, as they prepare to plant their cotton seeds next month.
A small group of Democrats conducted a protest march along Quaker Avenue Tuesday afternoon in opposition to Senate Bill 185 which has been nicknamed “the sanctuary cities law.”
Weeds exceed 2 feet tall and at least six junked cars fill the yard and street.
Mix of clouds & sun today...
The Lubbock Purple Heart Chapter has been helping out those in need, by getting them whatever they can.
Steve Maines with the Lubbock Arts Festival joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the annual event.
Seagraves Police reported several cars stalling in flooded areas. Causing Police and TX-DOT to close off roads and redirect traffic.
Court documents that became available Monday morning revealed new information about a kidnapping and rape case. The new records sharply contrast with the story Darene Brooks, 27, provided before he was arrested on Friday afternoon.
Councilman Jeff Griffith describes the city of Lubbock's storm water system as 'not perfect', but says it is working Monday as the rain comes down.
More rain today, some wind...
Nancy Sharp with Lubbock ISD joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about two outstanding students at the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center
Author Trey Barker joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about his latest books.