We've got one more warm afternoon on tap before temperatures start to drop across the South & Rolling Plains.
Lubbock Power and Light said crews were working on a transmission line when a “main cable” broke near 82nd Street and Indiana Avenue.
Wingstop announced Monday morning that four locations, including a restaurant in Lubbock, “may have been impacted by a data security attack.”
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month. KLBK'S Brittany Escobar has more from a Covenant doctor who says planning and prevention are key.
Unseasonably warm weather continues across the South Plains and Rolling Plains on this Monday.
Pastor Christopher Moore said club violence is down, and more groups for positive change are being created.
Lubbock Police Department confirms a total of 27 cars and at least two businesses were vandalized, Saturday.
The local family owned business, Checker Cab of Lubbock, is back and ready to serve the Lubbock community.
Flu season stretches from September to about March or April, meaning people still need to be aware of it, and take precautions.
Kim Bradley an Emergency Room nurse at Covenant Hospital returns to work in the ER after beating the odds and surviving her rare form of cancer.
Lubbock Police hold their first car auction of 2015 at Lubbock Wrecker Saturday morning.
The Lubbock Police Department is asking parents to stop telling their children police officers will take them to jail.
Sunny & warm this weekend...
Wolfforth residents reported their drinking water as orange, smelly, and even bubbly the past two days.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice on Thursday afternoon released a timeline of events related to a deadly crash Wednesday morning near Odessa.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments concerning gay marriage bans in three southern states, including Texas. One West Texas couple considers the possibility of that ban changing.
The American Red Cross and Lubbock Meals on Wheels said this is one of the busiest times of the year, and a time when most folks aren't donating their time or money.
Sunny & warmer today...
According to the Wall Street Journal and other media sources on Wednesday, roughly one-third of Chipotle Mexican Grill locations stopped selling pork.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice confirms 8 prisoners and 2 correctional officers are among the dead. UPDATED
Wednesday, the family shifted through the remains of their home and found personal belongings, such as keys, a wedding ring and family photos.
The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office confirmed that one person died in a house fire early Wednesday morning. UPDATED
Lubbock Camel owner shares his opinion about recent camel attack that left two dead in Wichita Falls farm.
Charges were supposed to be filed against Jeffrey Howard Tuesday, but the Lubbock County Medical Examiner said he died the day before.
Tuesday marks National AMBER Alert Awareness Day in Texas and Lubbock's Department of Public Safety shares a couple ways for the local community to actively stay informed when a child or elderly person is missing.
Robertson said he has three meetings set up in Austin to advocate for his idea.
More wintry weather headed our way...
The 12-1 Ohio State team defeated the Oregon Ducks 42-20 in the first ever College Football Playoff National Championship.
Childhood obesity is a growing problem in the United States. KLBK's Rachel Briers visited with Autumn Desoto at Covenant this week to learn more about how parents can keep their children healthy through good diet and exercise.
The Godeke Branch Library in west Lubbock is getting ready to open at their new location near 54th and Frankford Avenue.
Quizno's opens at the Burkhart Center for Autism, as an opportunity for autistic students.
The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office said Mark Anthony Furgerson, 27, of Shallowater led officers on a chase near New Deal.
Cold & blustery today
DPS, Slaton Fire and Lubbock County Sheriff Department responded to a rollover wreck Saturday evening at 7:02 p.m. when San Juan Nada, 46, of Slaton crashed his vehicle.
7-year-old, Jayden Mote, started making tutus to raise money for local animal shelters. Her story has gone viral and now her sister is giving back too.
With the Flu epidemic now wide spread across 43 states, local experts from United Supermarkets tell us ways people can avoid getting sick.
Salvation Army will continue their Survive The Night efforts through the following week, as temperatures in Lubbock continue to drop.
Jon Furbee did not go to Ohio State but became a huge buckeye fan, and did not want to miss his chance to see them play in the national championship.
Lubbock police have arrested two in connection to a series of mailbox thefts. Residents at Terra Estates North are feeling the effects heavily.
Following the 10th anniversary of the devastating Tsunami in 2004, a Breedlove Food's employee remembers the efforts that helped millions of people across the world.
Two people have been arrested by Lubbock Police in connection with a recent number of mailbox thefts.
10 pedestrians were killed inside Lubbock city limits in 2014.
Local residents' concern grows as traffic continues to drive through neighborhoods.
At the Lubbock City Council meeting on January 8th, the Council will vote on improvements to security at the city's water facilities.
LPD said they will hold three academies this year to help recruit the officers needed to help keep up with the city's growth.
Lubbock Police released more information Wednesday afternoon about a crash that happened in the 6100 block of Avenue A at about 6:00 am. UPDATED
Cold & windy today...