The Lubbock Transit advisory Board met Friday to discuss possible cuts to CitiBus budget that would result in cutting routes in West Lubbock.
Thursday the West Texas Smoke Free Coalition asked the Lubbock City Council for a stronger ordinance on smoking in the Hub City, and one local doctor said he completely supports the idea.
Former Mary & Mac Private School in East Lubbock is honored with a historical marker at a dedication on Friday by the Texas Historical Commission.
A chemical leak Friday morning in Brownfield forced several people to evacuate.
Troy Sutton with Sutton Financial Group joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about understanding student loan interest rates.
General Manager of Krispy Kreme, Nathan Pohlmeyer, joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their birthday celebration.
Thursday, the Lubbock City Council voted to accept a contract that will give them 90 days to check out the Omni Building, see if it may be a building they can use, and then have the option to purchase it.
The Salvation Army has volunteers at the U.S. Mexico Border aiding family with food, clothing and relief.
Lubbock I.S.D. has several projects going on this summer including construction of the new Miller Elementary.
Many Lubbock residents are within arms reach of a fly-swatter, as recent rains have brought out the annoying pest and into our homes and businesses. See ways you can keep them away.
Lewis Walker with UMC joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their upcoming 6-week boot camp program.
After Robert Duncan stepped down to become the Texas Tech University System Chancellor, now two candidates have confirmed they're running for his vacant state senate seat.
The city of Littlefield reached out to the U.S. Customs office offering to house illegal immigrants in the Bill Clayton Detention Center.
On November's ballot, voters will decide whether to pass Proposition 1, that would give an estimated 1.4 billion dollars to fix and maintain Texas Roads.
A Lubbock immigration lawyer, Paola Ledesma, said Wednesday her business was busy with calls associated with a recent influx of Central Americans.
Season Tickets sold out for first time in school history; Additional parking options announced
Steven Gutierrez with Oakley's joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the importance of protective eyewear.
The new district 3 city council member is sworn-in Tuesday at Lubbock city council chambers.
Covenant Medical Emergency Room nurse, Kim Bradley has been diagnosed with stage four cancer. Colleagues are coordinating a fundraiser for her on Thursday at the hospital.
A simple trip to a Lubbock dentist turned into one little girl's worst nightmare, according to her grandmother, the girl was given a drug that caused her to have a seizure. Now, the family thinks more caution is needed before giving medication to children.
After recent rains, the City of Lubbock Codes Department said they're at their seasonal high for calls about overgrown weeds around the city.
Red Raider fans and alums are showing their support for the school on social media.
David McVey with CASA of the South Plains joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about this years Casas for CASA.
Lubbock Police say they are still looking for information in the July 2012 murder of Travondrick Ward.
Jatawn Bayse said there is no way she could have used the 59,000 gallons of water LP&L said she used in June.
Misti Welch and Sheri Mudd joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about this years Cattle Baron's Ball.
The 4th on Broadway Firework Extravaganza needed a big clean-up crew after its display. Some park goers were upset by how much debris they found in the morning.
The 4th on Broadway street fair attracted large crowds on Friday's Fourth of July festival.
After serving our country and fighting for our freedom, you don't expect to find a homeless veteran living at Tent City. KLBK's Joshua Cole Little spoke with one man who fell onto hard times and wants his life to be a lesson to others that there's still hope.
KLBK's coverage of the 2014 4th on Broadway parade.
TNT Fireworks will give all of the proceeds from the 'Fiery Echo' to the Wounded Warrior Project.
A Lubbock couple now newly engaged after the man asks his girlfriend of two years to marry him at the 4th on Broadway parade, live on KLBK News.
You can catch Meteorologist Nick Kraynok on KLBK This Morning and on KLBK News at Noon.
Lubbock rounding out a list of the worst places to be on the 4th of july.
Sights and sounds from the fireworks show out at Buffalo Springs Lake.
An update to a story gaining national attention after Texas Tech cheerleader and hunting enthusiast, Kendall Jones, posted photos of her after African hunts on Facebook. The social media group has now decided to delete some of those pictures.
At next Thursday's city council meeting, the Lubbock City Council will consider a contract that will give them 90 days to check out the Omni Building downtown and potentially purchase it.
Lubbock ISD is bringing their drum lines from all four high schools together for tomorrow's 4th of July Parade.
Fourth of July parade and street fair will take place on Broadway and preparations began months ago.
DPS troopers are urging motorists to move over and slow down for emergency officials.
Jobe Rodgers joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk the Vuelta del Llano Bike Races.
Rain showers moving east, we'll see warmer conditions for the holiday weekend.
Beef prices may be making your Fourth of July seem expensive this year. But a cook out may be your best economic option.
After a few recent trailer thefts in Lubbock, a local business owner as well as Lubbock Police are both sharing their tips to keep it from happening to others.
Including Wednesday's rainfall totals, Lubbock has had more than ten inches of rain in 2014.
It's that time of year again when the City of Lubbock Health Department is urging parents to get your kids immunized now before school starts.
Laura Lappe with the West Texas Running Club joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their 45th Annual Firecracker Run.
A Texas Tech student has made national headlines after photos of a recent hunting trip to Africa were posted online.
On Monday, in response to an open records request, the City of Lubbock released to EverythingLubbock.com a copy of the FBI subpoena issued to Lubbock Power & Light last year.
Texas Tech University dismissed football recruit Nigel Bethel II after an "aggravated assault" but Bethel has strong support from his hometown Miami.