The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office released portions of the audio from 11 different 911 calls related to the party where Texas Tech football star Jakeem Grant was hurt.
If you're a first time mom, you won't want to miss a great event Covenant is hosting this weekend. KAMC's Anna Wiernicki has more on the Great Expectations Baby Expo, in this Children's Heartbeat.
Barbara Walters is back.
Despite more than $7 billion of American counter-narcotics spending, Afghanistan’s opium trade has never been bigger, according to a U.S. government watchdog.
If you didn’t have arachnophobia before now, this puppy-sized spider should do the trick.
Google and other tech giants are taking are taking a half-billion dollar leap on a mysterious start-up that could change the way people interact with computers.
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On and off showers are likely through Wednesday evening before a high pressure system dries us out for the remainder of the work week. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on the timing, intensity & location of today's storm chances.
With hindsight, there were signs years ago of increasing violence against women by Darren Vann, who police said Tuesday has confessed to killing seven women in northwestern Indiana.
The freelance cameraman who contracted Ebola while working with NBC in Liberia is now disease free, he tweeted today.
The Board of Education at the New Jersey high school embroiled in a football hazing scandal voted to continue the indefinite suspension of the team's coaches with pay during an emotional meeting tonight.
The victims of a brutal dog attack in North Lubbock last weekend have now retained an attorney to help them get some answers. Their attorney says Animal Services, who is conducting an investigation into the incident, has yet to share any of their findings with him or his clients.
The Ebola virus continues to rage through West Africa, but a few countries in the region have managed to contain the outbreak. Case in point: After six weeks with no new cases, the World Health Organization declared Nigeria Ebola-free today.
A jury found today that a leading guardrail company made false statements to the government relating to a nearly decade-old modification that critics say made the guardrails more dangerous for motorists across the country, and ordered the company to pay $175 million in damages.
TTU police are looking for a male who exposed himself to three separate women at the campus library.
Federal health officials on Monday issued new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
Tuesday, jury selection will begin in the high-profile murder case of Lubbock Dr. Joseph Sonnier.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics: types of milk, smoke vs. air pollution, and doctor visits impacting blood pressure.
Another round of storms is possible across the southwestern and western South Plains Tuesday afternoon -- better chances arrive for the rest of us Wednesday. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on the timing and location of today's expected storms.
President Barack Obama joined almost 2 million voters who have voted before Election Day as he cast his ballot early this morning at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Chicago.
KAMC's Allison Morrison & Kristen Currie help Johnny Carino's "stomp out" breast cancer in the Big Crush Showdown.
The heartbroken mother of a woman allegedly slain by an Indiana serial killer says she's "in shock," and that her teenage daughter had left home in Colorado only three months ago to start a new life.
Iconic fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died, a family member told ABC News. He was 82.
A dangerous Maryland murder suspect was mistakenly Friday released from prison, and state corrections officials say they didn’t even know the man was missing until Sunday night.
Jakeem Grant was injured early Sunday morning after a shooting at a south Lubbock event center.
Saturday morning, emergency crews were called to the Acacia Mobile Home Park on 2317 Auburn Street, after two dogs viciously attacked one of the residents. The victim sustained numerous bites all over her body, and required rabies and tetanus shots.
Keene State College students quickly cleaned up from a chaotic weekend on Sunday after violent parties near the city's annual pumpkin festival led to destruction, dozens of arrests and multiple injuries.
A Texas prosecutor has announced his intention to retry Hannah Overton, who has spent the last seven years in prison for the 2006 salt poisoning death of her adopted son.
Soak it in, Peyton Manning.
With the roll out of Apple Pay next Monday, the checkout experience is expected to evolve at some of the biggest retailers and restaurants in the United States.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings Monday morning released new Ebola quarantine numbers at a news conference.
We'll kick off the new work week with a 20% chance of storms Monday evening... bumped to 30% by Wednesday. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on this week's 7Day forecast.
Police investigating the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham searched a wooded and sparsely populated area a day after human remains were found there.
The fiancee of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, today called Dallas health care workers and officials "angels from God" for the way they have cared for her and her family during their three-week quarantine.
The United States has airdropped small arms, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish militia forces in the besieged city of Kobani who have been fighting back an ISIS assault for weeks. The airdrops will likely stir controversy with the Turkish government, which has opposed support for Kurdish military groups in Syria that it believes are affiliated with a Kurdish group that has conducted terrorist attacks inside Turkey for decades.
Texas Tech said football player Jakeem Grant was recovering after an early morning incident off-campus.
Four men pleaded guilty last week in Lubbock federal court related to a large methamphetamine drug ring. Two of them face as much as life in prison.
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When Yellow Cab closed their doors Monday, Tech was left scrambling. Not only was it the last taxi company in the city, they were also the company that handled The "Safe Rides" program at Tech.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Tech Goes Hollywood is the theme of this year's homecoming at Texas Tech.
A Dallas nurse said today that the administrators of the hospital where two colleagues contracted Ebola should be “ashamed” that they asked the women to “undertake this huge, monumental task” of treating an Ebola patient without the proper equipment and training.
Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was discharged from the Navy in February after testing positive for cocaine, a person familiar with the case confirmed to ABC News.
Only a couple of families have taken advantage of a new service available at a Saginaw funeral home.
An early morning cold front will leave us in the mid-70s Friday afternoon with even cooler temperatures expected this weekend. Rain gear for the Tech game? Not needed! KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on our game day forecast and a look at your extended 7Day Planner.
Glenn Close is Hollywood Royalty, but the 67-year-old, Oscar-nominated actress reveals in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter that she's "kind of a recluse" and "wouldn't say I'm naturally social."
Nina Pham, the first of two nurses to contract Ebola in the United States, joked with her physician before beginning her trip to the National Institutes of Health clinical center in Bethesda, Maryland.
A task force made up of investigators from state and local police and the state attorney's office has been established to probe the disappearance of three girls from the same area of eastern Connecticut decades ago.
The second nurse at a Dallas hospital that contracted Ebola may have showed signs of the deadly virus as early as last Friday -- days before previously thought by health care officials, according to a CDC official in Ohio.