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Robin Henson with Lubbock Moonlight Musicals joins KLBK's Brittany Escobar to talk about their upcoming production, "Mary Poppins."
The Brownfield Police Department said cleanup of Highway 62/82 was completed about 9:30 pm Thursday and the roadway was opened back up to traffic around midnight.
KSSL will host a 13 hour radiothon on Saturday, April 25th to raise fund for the Texas South Plains Honor Flight.
Katie Yandell with Safety City joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their big birthday bash.
Slaton Police, Lubbock Sheriff’s Deputies, and Texas DPS Troopers were responded to the report of an abduction late Thursday afternoon.
After the first of two votes, the Lubbock City Council is one step closer to allowing people to keep chickens inside the city limits.
Jon Matthews, organizer of Lubbock Fit, and Jonathan Botros, Head Coach, talk about Lubbock Fit and sports hydration!
Executive Director Toni Spray talks about the LUNA 3rd Annual Spirit of Community Fish Fry and Foosball Tournament happening this weekend!
Two semi trucks collided just outside of Brownfield Thursday morning, causing a fire. UPDATED
Two semi trucks collided at the northern city limits of Brownfield Thursday before 8:00 am killing Robert Clifford Melvin, 58, of Lubbock and injuring two others.
The family of Albert “Bo” Martinez released statements Thursday to say “thank you” to the people who supported their families recently.
The Lubbock Better Business Bureau said criminals follow the news, and when they hear of big layoffs, it becomes prime time for scams.
The family of Morgan Lee filed a lawsuit Wednesday morning against the City of Lubbock for up to $1 million in State District Court.
A school bus and pickup truck crashed Thursday morning just after 7:00 am at the intersection of 4th Street and Quaker Avenue.
Thomas Nicosia, director of Covenant's Cardiac Services joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about an upcoming series of discussion called "Heart Matters."
Toni Spray with LUNA joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the 3rd Annual Community Fish Fry Fundraiser.
The Haven Animal Care Shelter said a puppy was stolen Monday – the second time that a dog was recently taken.
Ministry Director Holly Betenbough talks about Betenbough Homes' free Spring event, Delight in D.I.Y.!
Christy Martinez-Garcia is joined by Jennifer “La Chismosa” Martinez to talk about Cinco de Mayo and what's going on in the community leading up to the day!
Col (R) Louis Ortiz with the Texas South Plains Honor Flight and Steve Richie (Radiothon co-host, Operations Director, on-air talent, KSSL Radio) talk about the upcoming Honor Flight Radiothon!
Even if you don't see a speed limit sign on a Lubbock County road, there is still a speed limit, and you can get a ticket.
Durham school bus drivers volunteered their time, Wednesday afternoon, to bring awareness to the issue of child abuse.
Attorneys for John W. Hinckley, the would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan, argued Wednesday morning that he should be allowed more lenient conditions of release from a mental hospital in Washington D.C.
Terry County is holding May elections but many voters are confused about what they are voting on.
The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District (HPWD) is now accepting requests for proposals for water conservation research, demonstrations, and educational efforts for 2015-2016.
Some severe weather possible today...
A stabbing victim discovered outside of Taqueria Jalisco Tuesday night. UDPATED
Lubbock University Medical Center EMS assistant chief paramedic, Randy Raedeke is implementing a community outreach program to help prevent children from obtaining access to firearms in the household.
Leslie Breslin joining KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about this years Blue Ribbon Rally in support of bringing awareness to end child abuse.
One person was injured after being hit by a red SUV. It happened in front of the Koko Inn near 50th Street and Avenue Q.
Collin Gainey, Texas Tech Organizational Management team member, and volunteer Danny Norris talk about the upcoming book drive for Literacy Lubbock.
Jeremy Perry and Marcia Perry with Soldiers of God talk about the upcoming Feed the Flock 2015 concert event!
Marshall's and Home Goods are two of the many stores opening in Lubbock and the Chamber of Commerce said this expansion is increasing the city's economic stability.
The Health Department said there's been no reports of illness in Lubbock and they said there are typically only one to two cases of listeria reported a year.
Breanna Hagerman said she is willing to fill in the sinkhole on her side of the yard, but said it won't do any good if the city won't fix their side.
The investigation into the death of Rachel Nichole Bates, 19, has concluded and no charges or arrests are expected.
Sunny with some wind today...
The Lubbock-based United Family released a statement Tuesday concerning the recall of Blue Bell products.
At least five runners from Lubbock competed in the 2015 Boston Marathon, marking the 2nd year since the bombings at the finish line of the race in 2013.
Blue Bell creameries voluntarily expands recall to include all of its products due to possible health risk.
An arrest warrant said David Ricardo Carrillo, 29, of Lubbock admitted to shooting and killing Jennifer Cruz, 27, and Albert ‘Bo’ Martinez, 30, early Saturday morning. UPDATED with video
After the grand opening the normal store hours at Marshalls will be Monday through Saturday 9:30 am to 9:30 pm and Sunday 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Nearly half of all American households have some type of pet, but many pet owners are unaware that animals come with some level of risk for spreading bacterial and parasitic infections.
Captain Neal Barron gives EverythingLubbock.com a look at how they train new recruits to be police officers.
King and Kent Counties scored unfavorably on a ranking released Monday by the AARP for “livability index.”
Sunny & breezy today...
The family of Albert 'Bo' Martinez, 30, one of the victims from Saturday morning's double homicide in southwest Lubbock, said they believe the murder was premeditated.
Federal prosecutors in Lubbock filed a criminal charge last week against Joel Thomas Napper, doing business as Agwest Insurance Agency in Lamesa.
From May 1 – 10, participating McDonald's nationwide, including those in Lubbock, will raise money for Ronald McDonald House Charities.