It's been two years since Nicole Hockley's son was murdered by Adam Lanza, the 20-year-old gunman who stormed into Sandy Hook Elementary School days before Christmas and killed 20 young children, six adult school employees and his own mother.
Five people have escaped from a Sydney cafe after they had been taken hostage -- with others still held inside as neighboring blocks remain locked down as police tried to negotiate with the armed perpetrator, authorities said.
Just like our wardrobe, it is important to update our skincare routine as the seasons change to ensure that we are putting our best face forward.
EverythingLubbock.com will often get recordings of 9-1-1 calls from Lubbock Police. Dispatchers say there is a common misunderstanding in some of the calls that sometimes makes it harder for dispatchers
The annual 34th street parade celebrates it's tenth year of festivities; changes route.
Mjukuu gave birth overnight in a cage of a London Zoo.
Following Tuesday’s release of the so-called “torture report,” embattled CIA Director John Brennan publicly defended the agency at its headquarters in Langley, Virginia this afternoon.
Scientists in the U.K. say they have devised an innovative way to fight against weight gain by making diners “feel full.”
In a scathing critique of Arizona's criminal justice system, a state appeals court on Thursday ordered the dismissal of murder charges against a woman who spent 22 years on death row for the killing of her 4-year-old son.
Willie Lee Kelso was found dead on the side of Interstate 27 early Friday morning after a motorcycle accident.
Bank of America is being forced to hand over more than $1 million to a Florida couple after the bank flooded them with hundreds of loan collection calls for years – the latest example of alleged behavior that has cost the bank tens of millions.
The college students described as friends of the alleged rape victim Jackie in an explosive Rolling Stone article revealed their identities to ABC News today, and said that some of the magazine's story is false.
Just hours before a midnight deadline approached, the House of Representatives voted to approve a $1.1 trillion spending package to keep the federal government open -- sending the measure over to the Senate for final passage.
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Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon, an Amarillo plastic surgeon, was arrested in 2012. He was accused of hiring a man to kill Lubbock Dr. Joseph Sonnier. After a month long trial, Dixon was put back in jail after a mistrial and now his lawyers are seeking a reduced bond.
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An experimental treatment for a deadly form of cancer is bringing new hope for patients with little chance of survival.
A Northern California police chief noted for his community policing efforts raised a few eyebrows when he joined a peaceful protest, holding a sign with the popular Twitter hashtag of "blacklivesmatter."
Nothing can sour a festive mood like a dead smartphone.
Surveillance video that shows a woman at a convenience store gas station less than two hours before she was set on fire and left to die is part of the puzzle authorities were trying to piece together Wednesday about the last hours of the 19-year-old's life.
The U.S. Navy's new laser weapon is up and running in the Persian Gulf, and it is capable of disabling incoming planes or speedboats that could pose a threat to a ship by firing an invisible ray that can target engine systems with incredible precision, Pentagon officials said.
A car jumped a curb and slammed into a group of people in New York City Wednesday, smashing into a Forever 21 store and leaving six pedestrians injured.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says a declassified Senate report on the controversial post-9/11 CIA interrogation program is "full of crap."
KAMC's Allison Morrison sits down with Dr. Latisha McLaurin with Texas Tech Physicians: Pediatrics to discuss ways to prevent cold and flu.
A Littlefield Man was arrested and accused of storing stolen cars in June. Last week, the charges against him were dropped and when he went to reclaim seized property he learned that it would cost him $60,000 to get it back.
Macy's and Make-A-Wish are teaming up for the seventh year but this season you can participate in the "Believe" campaign with just a click.
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Neighborhood House and Catholic Chartities help low income families, elderly and disabled with high utility bills.
Southwest Airlines flight 623 took off with 111 passengers. It landed with 112.
A poignant image has emerged from protests over a deadly police shooting in Phoenix.
Having just exonerated Kwame Ajamu, Judge Pamela Barker stepped down from the bench on Tuesday, leaned across the defense table and gave him a hug.
A Maryland man whose wife and two sons were killed after a private jet crashed through their home said he's grieving after the "horrific event," and trying to find some sense of normalcy for his surviving 5-year-old daughter.
Hundreds of protesters angered at the killing of unarmed black men by white police officers marched through downtown Berkeley streets Tuesday night as protests continued in Northern California.
The two psychologists contracted by the CIA to design the enhanced interrogation techniques used against al Qaeda suspects were paid more than $80 million, even though they were never themselves interrogators, according to the Senate Intelligence Committee’s “torture report,” released today -- a report that one of the psychologists told ABC News was "bulls**t."
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence today released a blistering report on CIA interrogation practices -- claiming the "brutal" techniques the agency used on detainees in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks “were not effective.”
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KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
A Lubbock man recently spent three days in jail, after an identity thief stole his identity, and then committed crimes using his name and information.
Phyllis Esparza just moved into her central Lubbock home two weeks before it caught fire and burned everything she owned.
Wrapping paper that contains a swastika pattern in the trim is being recalled from stores nationwide after an outraged California shopper noticed it.
Washington Wizards star John Wall broke down in tears during an emotional post-game interview as he remembered a 6-year-old girl he befriend who lost her battle with cancer Monday.
NASA's new Orion spacecraft returned to dry land in Southern California after a test flight that ended with a plunge into the Pacific Ocean.
In a move aimed at protesting the recent grand jury decision in New York not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers wore an "I Can't Breath" T-Shirt Monday night during pre-game warmups before taking on the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center.
A man who was hit by a truck, trying to cross Avenue Q on a bicycle, has died.
Lubbock fire investigators are looking into the cause of a house fire that started just after midnight.
A federal autopsy in the Ferguson police shooting reached similar conclusions to those performed by local officials and a private examiner hired by 18-year-old Michael Brown's family, documents show.
A mom and her two children are dead after a private jet crashed into their Maryland home today, a disaster that also killed the three people aboard the plane, authorities said.
Callie Van Tornhout was about a month old when her mother noticed that she'd developed a dry cough on a Sunday afternoon in January.