Models show some clearing on the Caprock later today. Clouds return overnight. Some rain possible on Saturday.
First day of March Madness has officially kicked off and some locals are keeping an eye on their brackets during office hours.
Lubbock police want to diversify their department by hiring more women and racial minorities.
The possibility of expanding I-27 north to Denver and south to Laredo is getting more discussion in the next few weeks, as Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson, TxDOT, and Ports to Plains are making the rounds regionally to hear input on the idea.
Nancy Neill with Lubbock Parks and Rec joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their upcoming Easter Bunny Brunch.
Warmer weather returns to the South & Rolling Plains today, along with our next chance for rain.
State Representative Dustin Burrows is taking on the high cost of prescription medication through a bill called, HB 4002.
SPFB has a procedure in place when it comes to recalled items. After a recent Kraft Mac & Cheese recall they are ensuring their food boxes are safe.
Kelcey Pinkert and her husband were driving along a dirt road in north Lubbock when they found 14 abandoned puppies.
Samantha Dominguez with Community Health Center of Lubbock joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their partnership with Lubbock ISD.
Showers will end this morning but we will remain mostly cloudy today across the area.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission went undercover for a spring break corridor sting on Tuesday. The TABC is cracking down on alcohol sales to minors.
Some showers today...
Locally-owned J Patrick's Irish Goods-Antiques keeps the Irish culture alive with solely Ireland imported products.
A couple who had been fined in February for hanging a hammock in Tech Terrace was surprised Tuesday morning.
Advice for leaving kids home along during Spring Break.
Nancy Neill with Lubbock Parks and Rec joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the Safety City Bike Rodeo.
As spring break begins, some people may head to Lubbock parks to enjoy the time off. We spoke to parents to see if they feel Lubbock parks are safe.
Two Lubbock families get their kids off the couch and helping the community this Spring Break.
A cold front will move in tomorrow...
Unseasonably warm and breezy weather expected Monday across the South & Rolling Plains.
The City of Lubbock will expand 98th Street into a 7-lane thoroughfare between University Avenue and Highway 87.
Starlene DeLacruz was charged with robbery, Saturday. The employee of Damron Motorcycle Co., who made the call that resulted in DeLacruz's arrest, shares her experience on how everything unfolded.
31-year-old Starlene DeLacruz has been charged with robbery, after robbing the Prosperity bank, Friday morning.
Sunny and pleasant weather on tap for the South Plains and the Rolling Plains on Sunday!
The South Plains SPCA still has a number of the chihuahuas they rescued from what they're calling a hoarding situation.
Lubbock police arrest woman on charges of aggravated robbery linked to Friday morning bank robbery.
In her 82 years of life, Kerstin Wolgers never once used a computer or surfed the web -- until now.
The Lubbock Police Department is offering the community a patrol service this spring break.
Lubbock Police released two surveillance videos and a written statement Friday afternoon related to the robbery of a Prosperity Bank at 82nd and University Avenue:
After seeing the report on EverythingLubbock.com, one man said he realized he unknowingly bought one of the iPads that was reported stolen from the Walmart on the West Loop in Lubbock.
A Lubbock wholesale company, Stephen Joseph, Inc., filed a lawsuit Thursday afternoon against Cantu Towing of Lubbock.
Lisa Howe with the Buddy Holly Center joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their Spring Break event.
Christopher Moore joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the "Transitioning from Poverty" workshop.
Sunny & warm again today...
Just before 11:00 am Friday, Lubbock Police were called to the report of a bank robbery.
A number of people spoke up Thursday night at the Lubbock City Council meeting concerning two issues: storm water rates and oil and gas.
Technology has more people preferring debit cards over checks, but this hasn't stopped the rise in "hot checks.”
Local court records were updated this week to reflect a decision by the Court of Appeals Seventh District of Texas.
Lubbock Parks and Recreation said there are many benefits to having the lake fuller.
Perry Sook, the founder, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nexstar Broadcasting Group, was honored Wednesday night at the 25th annual First Amendment Awards Dinner Wednesday night in Washington, DC.
A local lawyer is representing more than 20 landowners whose property is affected by the building of new electric transmission lines.
After a fatal oil rig explosion in Upton County, local oil producer and drillers look at the safety precautions companies consider every day on the job.
The 2015 Ragin' Cajun will be March 28th at the Bayer Museum of Agriculture. All proceeds from the event go back to local athletes from Special Olympics Texas.
EMS and Department of Public Safety Troopers responded to the scene of a deadly van crash just after 6 pm along 50th Street between Upland Avenue and Alcove Avenue.
A Justice of the Peace on Wednesday ordered Justin Chisum, 29, of Lubbock be formally examined to see if he is competent to stand trial for the murder of his 4-year-old daughter Kylee Forrest.
The Bailey County Sheriff, Wills, confirmed that a water tank exploded Wednesday morning at the Minsa corn processing plant in Muleshoe.
Sunny & even warmer today...
Texas Department of Public Safety discouraging spring break travel to dangerous locations. DPS encourages travelers to carefully research any planned trips.
Dozens of family and friends of Reynaldo Rincon gathered at 32nd and Avenue G to remember Rincon.