The Ride of Silence in remembrance of fallen cyclists is set for May 20th at 7 p.m.
Home Instead Senior Care joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about taking the Sunday Dinner Pledge.
Following the news from Waco where a biker brawl left nine dead. A local riding group wanted to remind the community that here in Lubbock their bikers ride for good causes.
The City of Lubbock code inspectors said they have cited several people for living in their storage units. After a Lubbock man was found dead in his storage unit in Lubbock county, KLBK investigates the health and legal risks of people living in their storage units.
Residents who live out on West 50th Street, or County Road 6900, say they're still looking for more improvements to their road.
Levelland, Plainview and Slaton made the top 100 list best towns in Texas last week from niche.com.
The woman seeking a protective order against Lubbock’s State Senator, Charles Perry, was not successful.
More thunderstorms in the forecast...
The City of Lubbock said homeowners are responsible for anything on their property.
Frenship ISD Superintendent David Vroonland was named as the lone finalist for superintendent in another community.
Lubbock cyclist, Jana Giles will be traveling nearly 3,5000 miles with the Venture Expeditions team to raise money for their cause.
Family and friends of Veronica Moreno are asking bikers to come together in support of Moreno Tuesday morning for her burial procession.
Levelland Police confirmed information posted to social media that there is a standoff on Holly Street near College Avenue.
When it rains, especially if a lot of water falls in a short amount of time, some areas are likely to have some flooding, and we asked the city where some of those repeat offenders are located.
Local bikers say the incident is a 'tragedy,' but it won't happen in Lubbock.
Just after 11:00 am Monday, police and EMS were called to the scene of a motorcycle that crashed into the side of an 18-wheeler. UPDATED
Muleshoe Police were called to the report of a “self-inflicted gunshot wound” on Friday. It turns out the wound was not self-inflicted
Storms return to the forecast tonight
Lubbock restaurant owners are the recipients of the Texas Restaurant Association’s Hall of Honor and Lubbock Restaurant Association’s Outstanding Restaurateur awards
Nancy Sharp joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about students supporting students at Adkins Middle School.
Lubbock's Electric Utility Board, which oversees most aspects of Lubbock Power and Light, will discuss a possible rate hike of 5.75 percent in the base rate.
Salvador Alvarado, 30, of Morton was sentenced Friday to more than 24 years in prison.
Resthaven Memorial Park at Resthaven Funeral Home, 5740 19th Street, will hold Memorial Day service on May 25.
A Dallas man, man who, along with his three co-defendants, pleaded guilty to their roles in a hydrocodone and alprazolam distribution conspiracy, was sentenced in Lubbock.
The Museum of Texas Tech University has a number of summer camps for children of all ages, ranging in subject from art and tie-dyeing to Antarctica and Harry Potter.
Lubbock ISD is pleased to announce the 2015 graduation schedule for all five LISD high schools.
Just 24 hours after their school's seal was vandalized, TTUHSC students and faculty gather together to demonstrate what their school stands for.
Officers arrived on the scene and found a man with an apparent gunshot wound to the leg.
Tim Cole's family was at Texas Tech Friday to receive an honorary posthumous degree for Cole.
The Lubbock Fire Department has raised money for MDA for more than 30 years. Their goal this year is to raise $121,000.
Some thunderstorms will head our way late tonight
According to police, the suspect, recognizing he was surrounded, put his vehicle in reverse, accelerated, and intentionally crashed his vehicle with the front end of a police vehicle.
The North Texas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations called on state and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate “No Muslims” graffiti sprayed-painted on the seal of Texas Tech Health Sciences Center as a hate crime.
The Lubbock Fire Department responded to a possible electrical fire just after midnight on the 3400 block of 36th Street.
Lubbock Police Department charged 20 year-old Jose Angel Simental for the murder of Anthony 'Mark' Ysasaga, Friday morning and Ysasaga's mother said she is devastated, but determined to seek justice for her son.
Lubbock Police shot a suspect in the 4400 block of Marsha Sharp Freeway just after 6:00 pm.
As part of the Give and Go program, Texas Tech encourages students to donate old stuff instead of throwing it in the dumpster.
The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office arrested six people Wednesday evening in the 2900 block of 3rd Place.
A fund has been set up to help the family of Parker Weber, 17, who lost his life in a May 10 traffic accident. Police said his car hit an 18-wheeler head-on near 50th Street on Interstate 27.
Some severe weather possible tonight
The Lubbock Police Department announces an arrest warrant for Jose Angel Simental. He is being charged with the murder of Mark Anthony Ysasaga.
Graffiti was removed Thursday morning from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center seal along 4th Street in front of the HSC.
Russ Murphy joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about a benefit concert to support the Lubbock Regional Public Safety Memorial.
Sallie Morris with the Morris Safe House joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about an upcoming adopt-a-thon.
A teacher in the New Home ISD resigned on Tuesday after she had been the subject of controversy because of a video shown to 3rd grade students.
Seagraves Police combating their drug problem by using trained police dogs.
A former Lubbock foster mother who is currently in the Lubbock County Jail, charged with injury to a child, is seeking a bond reduction according to court records.
Some farms are struggling to maintain their fields this season and the South Plains Food Bank said the recent rainfall is hurting their crops.
Officer Cole Barron and his wife bought a stroller for a Lubbock family after theirs was stolen.
A Lubbock native, Sean Compton, 24 hopes to launch a TexMoji app for iPhone in June.