This year is 9-year-old Charlie Pitner's third annual winter coat drive for local kids is need.
Lubbock joined hundreds of communities across the nation to honor the deaths of homeless people during 2014 with a memorial service on Sunday.
Kennedy Reeves, senior at Frenship High School, is in critical condition at University Medical Center after she was hit by a truck crossing the crosswalk on Wednesday morning.
Two elementary school students received an early Christmas present Wednesday when their father, Sgt. Jake Churchwell, surprised them at school.
A group of 16 Lubbock Firefighters went through Mayday training on Tuesday, to prepare them for situations when they would need to call for help during a fire.
Her apartment caught fire and then she moved the only other items she owned into her car. That's when a robber stole the rest of her belongings.
Monday December 15th marks the busiest day of the year for shipping. U.S. Postal Service expects to move a record of 640 million pieces of mail, and Fed Ex says they expect Monday to be their busiest day in history.
LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech freshman Dayo Olabode scored 19 points including 11 in the second half and senior Amber Battle added 14 to lead Tech past Texas-Pan American, 50-42 on Sunday at United Supermarkets Arena.
According to a Department of Justice study released Thursday morning, 80 percent of rapes and assaults on female college students go unreported.
Nexstar Broadcasting Group and DISH Network continued negotiations Monday that involve TV stations nationwide - including KLBK, the CBS affiliate in Lubbock and the South Plains.
Sometimes true love trumps all, as was the case with John Russo and his beloved American bulldog Bones.
Fire officials say cotton modules are their most difficult type of fire to put out.
KAMC brings you the top stories in movies, music and art in this week's Entertainment Thursday.
The family of Timothy Cole, the Texas Tech student who died in prison for a crime he didn't commit, hopes an online petition will push Texas Tech University into granting Cole a posthumous honorary degree.
Thousands of elementary students took a break from their classrooms to attend Lady Raider Education Day in the United Supermarkets Arena on Texas Tech University campus.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Double Shovel Christmas Tree Farm, the closest Christmas Tree farm to the Hub City, has seen a noticeable difference in this years trees because of the recent drought.
Christmas sweaters are the "ugly" trend that everyone loves to hate, but no one may really love the sweaters more than Deb Rottum.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are the busiest days of the year for plumbers. According to Mr. Rooters plumbing, the problem is that people put their leftovers down the drain, overwhelming their garbage disposal.
Texas Tech Associate Professor and author of "Retail Category Management", Deborah Fowler, has been watching retail trends for Black Friday since 2002. She predicts this years sales to be a "blockbuster year".
Now that the elections are over, its time to get down to business. So as the Texas lawmakers head to Austin, they are set to vote on a dozen bills—one of those hot button issues is the Driver Responsibility Program.
The bride was worried her cancer-stricken mom wouldn't be there for her special day.
Oakwood Baptist Deaf Church held its first worship service Sunday morning. Making Lubbock home to the only church for and operated by deaf congregates between Amarillo and the Fort Worth area. opened its doors Sunday to its first worship service.
Jeena Roberts, a former tech student, plead guilty to Intoxication Manslaughter with a Vehicle in 2012. She is only two years into her 15 year sentence, but she is now trying to get her trial revisited.
The simple scheme works like this: Drivers walk to their parked cars and, after they get in the vehicle, they notice a $100 bill in the windshield. The driver exits the car with the door open to retrieve it, only to have a thief steal the vehicle.
By now you know who’s coming to your Thanksgiving meal and you’ve planned your menu with dishes but that’s not all you need to ensure you have a successful holiday.
As a child, Christian Boer had difficulty with reading and writing. The now 33-year-old Dutch artist said he was eventually diagnosed with dyslexia, which explained why he often reversed letters in his head and why sentences on the page often ran together in a confusing blur.
Citibus riders are upset that the bus routes are not expanding at the same rate Lubbock is growing.
The American Cotton Growers announced Friday that they will be closing the Littlefield Denim Mill on January 6th, leaving the 350 employees that work there jobless.
Texas Tech will host Prairie View A&M at 7 p.m. Friday at the John Walker Soccer Complex
Lubbock, Texas is the Hub City but also the Hub City of West Texas music.
Incumbent, Randy Neugebauer, won the District 19 congressional seat.
Tuesday, the trial of Thomas Michael Dixon continued. Dixon is accused of masterminding a plan that led to the death of Dr. Joseph Sonnier in 2012.
Texas Tech University has established a Greek Task Force, hoping to regulate their Greek system that has been gaining a lot of attention.
Senior receiver Bradley Marquez now has at least one catch in 38 of 40 career games.
Lorie Blalock is fighting to get her 4-month-old daughter back after Child Protective Services took her from their custody during a hospital visit to University Medical Center.
Since November of 1980, Lubbock has consistently voted for republicans over democrats in the vast majority of elected offices. But despite that long history, democratic candidates continue to bring their campaigning to West Texas.
One month after the fire that burned Post Elementary School to the ground, Principal Staci Marts walked through the building.
A group of researchers at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center created a smartphone-app for expectant mothers, telling them what medications can be harmful during each trimester of their pregnancy and while breast-feeding.
The Lubbock County Detention Center is monitoring each new inmate for Ebola. The jail started to implement new measures on Friday, the day after EMS and Hazmat responded to a suspected case of Ebola which turned out to be a false alarm. Chief Deputy Cody Scott said the jail is doing this as a proactive measure.
Parkway Pharmacy celebrated their grand opening as Parkway Health Mart Pharmacy.
As of Wednesday the Lubbock Health Department received a handful of calls from people in the Hub City claiming they had casual contact with one of the cases that have been confirmed in Dallas.
Yellow Cab Company, a taxi service in Lubbock for 35 years, announced that it was going out of business.
Lubbock International Airport passengers are concerned that airport officials aren't taking the possibility of an Ebola outbreak as seriously as they should.
Federal investigators are in Wichita Falls investigating a deadly helicopter crash that occurred on Saturday. The chopper was transporting a patient when it crashed several blocks away from the North Texas hospital where it was heading.
Delwin Jones, 90, suffered a heart attack in the midst of his campaign for the State Senate District 28 seat. Jones spoke in-depth for the first time publicly since getting out of the hospital.
Texas Tech faced off with the Kansas State Wildcats Saturday in Manhattan, Kansas at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
A new synthetic drug, Cloud 9, is circulating the market, and it's effects are dangerous or possibly deadly. The Lubbock Board of Health is already taking precautions before Cloud 9 becomes a problem in the Hub City.
Denver City Police are looking for 84-year-old Socorro Pagan.
One week after a fire burned Post Elementary School to the ground, students and teachers will head back to class, this time in the old high school building.