T.J. Lane, who was serving three life sentences for a notorious high school shooting spree, escaped from an Ohio prison but was later taken back into custody, authorities said.
Superintendent Jim Knight said the school wants to celebrate the time they had with Ava Lucia McWhirter.
This week's game day shirt celebrates the black out game, cotton appreciation game and the only match up against the SEC this season.
The Lubbock Police Department has released dash cam video of a vehicle pursuit that occurred Monday afternoon involving a Texas Tech HSC employee.
Lex Dooley with Texas Tech Physicians: Pediatrics sits down with KAMC's Allison Morrison to discuss the "Back To School Plague" in today's All About The Kids Thursday.
First comes the excitement about a new iPhone and then the indecision.
A Montana college student whose SUV broke down on a gravel road in a remote forest stayed alive until help arrived two days later thanks to quick-thinking survival techniques he read about as a kid.
A 4-year-old girl has died of complications from E. coli while her 5-year-old friend remains in critical condition, also infected with E. coli, a lawyer for the girl’s family told ABC News.
Missed out on this morning's showers? We've got more on the way tonight. KAMC's Kristen Currie has the details on our soggy finish to the work week.
A father accused of killing his five small children has not said why he allegedly murdered them, an emotional sheriff said today, but the sheriff said the dad appeared "disoriented" when stopped by cops and that they found synthetic marijuana known as "spice" in his car.
A man convicted of gunning down his former common-law wife and her brother more than two decades ago in Houston was put to death by lethal injection Wednesday evening.
Former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III will conduct an independent investigation into the NFL’s pursuit and handling of evidence in the Ray Rice situation, league commissioner Roger Goodell announced.
In an address to the nation tonight, President Obama laid out his most detailed plan yet to "lead a broad coalition" to confront the vexing problem of ISIS, the militant group that executed American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff in Syria and terrorized civilians in Syria and neighboring Iraq.
Before Avery Maisel met Make-A-Wish, she'd only been to two states
Wednesday morning, 44 year old Joseph Jeffrey pleaded guilty to the 1991 murder of John Duncan. A local detective says Jeffrey wrote to him in July, confessing to the crime, and revealing details that only the killer would know.
Dr. John Thomas took his 15th trip to Iraq last month and now shares his stories of ISIS devastation.
The Apple Watch went through “millions” of different version before it was unveiled today in Cupertino, California, Apple Senior Vice President of Design Jony Ive told ABC News’ David Muir in an exclusive interview.
Baltimore Ravens owner Stephen Bisciotti wrote a letter to the team's fans and sponsors Tuesday, addressing the team's handling of the Ray Rice situation and stating that the Ravens could have handled things differently.
Lubbock Aero confirms nine Blackhawk helicopters from Ft. Campbell made a stop in Lubbock Tuesday night.
Honda shared its vision of the hands-free highway commute Tuesday, a car that can safely drive itself on the freeway while the driver's hands are off the wheel.
A dying Iowa man who grew marijuana to treat terminal cancer was sentenced to probation Tuesday, avoiding prison even as he defended his decision to violate the law.
Our cold front has arrived! A slightly cooler Wednesday will only be the first of many cooler days ahead. KAMC's Kristen Currie has a look at just how far our temperatures will drop in today's weather webcast.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Welcome to the big leagues, Guilder Rodriguez.
President Barack Obama will ask Congress to quickly authorize the arming and training of Syrian opposition forces but will press forward without formal sign-off from lawmakers on a broader military and political effort to combat militants in Syria and Iraq, administration officials said Tuesday.
Preliminary results have identified no “bad toxins” in the mystery substance that was injected into a U.S. air marshal in an attack at a Nigerian airport late Sunday, the FBI said today.
Rep. Charles Perry has unofficially won the District 28 State Senate Special Election, with 53% of the district-wide vote.
Click this story for results in the District 28 race to replace Robert Duncan as State Senator.
With continuing rainfall making an impact on the long standing drought in West Texas, the 2014 cotton crop is expected to have good yield. But, some worry that an early freeze could impact that outcome and meteorologist Ron Roberts says it could be very likely.
Click this story for a list of Vote Center locations on election day, September 9, 2014.
According to the Lubbock District Attorney's Office, 44 year old Joseph Jeffrey is expected to plead guilty to a 1991 murder, since gone cold. Court documents reveal Jeffrey struck John Duncan with a hard object, killing him in February of that year.
When faced with several hours spent twiddling their thumbs on a flight, some travelers figure, "Why not paint them, instead?" But in-flight manicures are rarely indulged by cabin crews and the activity even led to a California woman being arrested at her destination two years ago.
Football players, fans and businesses are cheering the Baltimore Ravens' decision to cut Ray Rice, hours after a second video emerged of the football player's violent fight with his wife in a casino elevator -- this time, showing the punch that knocked her to the ground.
KAMC's Allison Morrison & Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics: early detection of autism, a new warning about e-cigarettes and whether or not pregnant women at risk for pre-eclampsia should take asprin on a daily basis.
Home Depot confirmed on Monday that its payment systems have been hacked in a data breach that could affect millions of shoppers who used credit and debit cards at its more than 2,000 U.S. and Canadian stores.
The remnants of Hurricane Norbert pushed into the desert Southwest and swamped Phoenix with record rainfall for a single day, turning freeways into small lakes and sending rescuers scrambling to get drivers out of inundated cars.
We'll see a spike in our high temperatures Tuesday afternoon before a cold front keeps us below average for the next several days. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on this week's temperature slide.
Human remains discovered in rural Tennessee are those of a missing nursing student who disappeared from her home in April 2011, authorities say.
Another American Ebola patient is headed to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for treatment, according to a statement from the hospital. The patient is expected to arrive Tuesday morning.
President Obama in recent weeks has offered mixed messages about the threat from Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria and his plan to confront it. Now, he plans to set the record straight and provide greater clarity about his strategy in a speech to the nation on Wednesday.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
Kylie and Ryan Murphy, both 20 years old, died in a car wreck in Burnet County last Friday. Monday evening, members from many of Tech's sororities and fraternities held a vigil to honor the Murphy's, both members of the Greek community on campus.
Police say a man led LPD officers on precarious high speed pursuit Monday afternoon. Officers eventually tased and arrested the suspect outside a home in the Vintage Township neighborhood. His identity has yet to be released.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Despite being cut by the NFL's Baltimore Ravens amid domestic abuse allegations, Rice will probably get to keep most of the money he's been paid under his contract.
A respiratory virus caused fear across the country in the last week as it continued to put children in the hospital.
Students, faculty and Lubbock residents speak out over the tragedies Tech has faced this semester.
A California bank robbery suspect probably should have bought a bag with all the money he's accused of stealing since he was allegedly caught stuffing it down his pants during his getaway.
Sen. Ted Cruz accused President Obama of underestimating and misjudging the threat posed by ISIS, but said he should seek congressional approval before deciding whether to escalate the military campaign against the Islamic extremists.