By: Ray Martin If you have the means, you've probably been saving money to spend on your children's college educations. You've also probably been encouraging them save money.
By: Ryan Jaslow When parents or babysitters are glued to their smartphones in public places like restaurants, they may not be paying close attention to their kids. Now a new study reveals that the more absorbed the adults were in their devices, the more likely they were to respond harshly to a child's bad behavior.
Lubbock ISD's Nancy Sharp joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about a local elementary school learning about other cultures.
Big news for those of you who drive on Woodrow road by Lubbock Cooper High School. Lubbock County will spend thousands on widening the road and adding a right turn lane.
Monday afternoon at the Lubbock High School library Laura Vinson announced her candidacy for the Lubbock-ISD Board of Trustees at-large position.
DPS trooper stopped a 2013 Toyota Camry for speeding over 100 mph, on US 84 near Post in Garza County
The Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office is looking for the cause of a late-night house fire.
The Lubbock Fire Department has been stressing the importance of changing your smoke detectors when you change your clocks for Daylight Saving Time. And tonight, they have proof of the importance.
Kyle Farris and his fiance open their own restaurant in north Lubbock.
Mayor Glen Robertson announced Friday afternoon that City Attorney Sam Medina resigned from the City of Lubbock. The resignation is effective March 13.
South Plains College hosted a ribbon-cutting and open house for the college’s new Cosmetology facility today (March 7) at 206 Clubview Drive.
One Lubbock woman says her apartment shuts off her water without notice, regularly. She says just this week she said it was off for the better part of two days.
Daylight savings starts this weekend. The Lubbock Fire Department wants you to change your smoke detector batteries when you change your clocks. One local business is trying to help.
A ribbon cutting ceremony at UMC was held today for the new Timothy J. Harnar Regional Burn Center.
Local business owners look to stop string of robberies and violence against Lubbock restaurants.
An industrial accident at a Venture Chemical site in Terry County kills a 43-yr old demolition worker.
Attorney General, and GOP Candidate for Governor, Greg Abbott says he believes many values between Hispanics and GOP voters line up.
Based on five factors, Lubbock was named the top city for professional women by Movoto Real Estate Blog.
Special Olympics of Texas kicked off their 'Spread the Word to End the Word' campaign today. They want to get rid of the R-Word.
In its' second year at competition, the team wants to be the best over all other Lubbock schools.
Laura Lappe with the West Texas Running Club joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar and Matt Posgai to talk about their upcoming race.
Isaac Flores with the Lubbock Boys and Girls Club joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar and Matt Posgai to talk about their upcoming fundraiser.
Watch KLBK's coverage of election day results.
District 19 Congressional Candidates Dr. Donald May and Chris Winn say they've been out all day mobilizing voters.
You definitely do not have be in New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras on this Fat Tuesday. And to make it even better here in Lubbock, the celebration is helping out Meals on Wheels..
CBS NEWS Cyber security attacks that compromised the credit card information of hundreds of millions of customers at major retailers like Target over the holiday season drew vast national media attention. But "there's actually been a number of breaches over the years," Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray told CBS News; "your information is always at risk, every day."
CBS NEWS KIEV, Ukraine - Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Ukraine Tuesday to show solidarity with the government installed after ousted Kremlin-backed President Viktor Yanukovych fled the capital and took refugee in Russia. The trip comes amid mounting concerns over Russia's ongoing military occupation of the strategic Crimean peninsula in the Black Sea.
CBS NEWS BY: RYAN JASLOW Vaccines are doing their jobs preventing disease and death, and even bringing down societal costs, according to a new study in Pediatrics.
Lubbock Police released their annual report on traffic stops, broken down by race and ethnicity.
This year's flu numbers are down overall compared to last year, but one of this season's strains seems to be hitting one age group very hard.
By:Steve Hartman TOLEDO, Ohio -- At the Ohio Air National Guard base near Toledo, Lt. Col. Frank Dailey still can't believe the honor recently bestowed upon him.
BY: MICHELLE CASTILLO Infant sleep machines may be too loud, potentially damaging a baby's delicate hearing.
The Sweetwater Rattlesnake Round-Up is set for March 7th - March 9th.
Lubbock police are investigating an early morning armed robbery at a fast food restaurant.
Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety and Lubbock County Sheriff's deputies responded to a fatal car accident overnight.
Here is a list of the six school delays on the South Plains on Monday, March 3.
Lubbock-Cooper Kindergartner Connor Perryman decided to share his birthday with sick children at UMC.
The results of a new survey released this week suggests Texans are continuing to relax their attitudes toward marijuana.
Saturday and Sunday the Love Kitchen will team with the Salvation Army and Buckner Children's Home to hand out 300 slices of pizza.
Here is the final list of candidates who filed for City offices.
Hunger affects millions of people, even many in the Lubbock area. One Lubbock good Samaritan got out today to beat hunger, by giving away chicken. And the Salvation Army giving away pizza.
Since the program started in the 90's Lubbock DPS have recruited almost 50 dogs from shelters.
By: Kathy Kristof If you employ a nanny or even a summer-time caregiver for your kids, prepare yourself for some bad tax news. Assuming you pay that person more than $1,900 annually (or more than $1,000 in a calendar quarter) and the caregiver is an adult working in your home, you are a household employer. And that opens you up for a world of hurt.
CBS NEWS Funnyman Seth Rogen went to Washington to address a non-laughing matter.
Phyllis Jones with The Ronald McDonald House Charities joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their upcoming fundraiser.
Investigators with the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office are not looking for any suspects after a deadly shooting Thursday night.
Thursday, the Lubbock City Council voted to raise the salaries of the City Secretary, City Manager, and Interim City Attorney.
New details in the Lubbock teenager who died after attacking a security officer at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virgina last year. Find the complete death investigation report here.
A court decision under criticism, how a recent court ruling allows adults to legally "sext" kids.
Its hard enough losing your pet, but its got to feel a lot better finding them, even after two years! One Lubbock woman says she's happy to be reunited with her dog after that long.
A year after her disappearance Maegan Hembree's mom Robbie says her family is still searching, but wants to know what happened to her.
Group cites education work with Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
Robin Henson joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about this years Home and Garden Show.
BY: RYAN JASLOW Nutrition fact labels are finally undergoing a makeover. The Food and Drug Administration has proposed new changes to labels on food packaging that are aimed at making them easier to understand -- the first major update since about 1994.
Lisa Gilliland with Lubbock Meals on Wheels joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about Mardi Gras 2014.
A big decision in a Texas court today. A federal judge in San Antonio has ruled the state's ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald has reaction from a leader in the South Plains LGBT group "Outwest Lubbock."
34th and Quaker construction is underway for the third time in the last 8 years. But while many are concerned, some shop owners are actually excited about what's to come.
The girl who was reported as abducted from Nacogdoches County has been found safe by Lubbock Police.
The healthy living task force held their first meeting today to talk about changes they want to see in the Hub City to make it healthy.
A child abduction alert has been issued by the Texas Amber Alert Network.
A federal judge in Texas ruled Wednesday that that state-wide ban on same sex marriages is unconstitutional.
CBS NEWS Oil prices edged lower in Asia Wednesday as market players tried to assess U.S. demand with the approach of warmer weather.
BY: MICHELLE CASTILLO Women who are carriers of one of the "cancer genes" that makes them predisposed to an increased risk for some cancers -- BRCA 1 -- may significantly reduce their risk of developing ovarian cancer if they remove their ovaries by as early as age 35, a new study finds.
CBS NEWS While the 2016 presidential election may be two years away, some prospective contenders have been getting a bit of media attention. The latest CBS News/New York Times Poll asked the public whether they would like to see some of these figures, as well as other party leaders, run for president in 2016.
Authorities believe a missing teenager from East Texas could be in the Lubbock area after her cell phone was pinged near 19th and University.
Lubbock police are looking for the driver of a vehicle that hit a house early Wednesday morning.
KLBK checked in with Lubbock Police as well as the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission about what it's been like since Lubbock voted to allow off-premise alcohol sales.
There is a debate brewing over a report that LP&L says clears their employees of bid rigging allegations.
With spring right around the corner and the city still in stage one water restrictions, you might want to rethink how you're watering the lawn.
Local businesses have to follow NCAA rules when it comes to their relationship with student athletes.
By:Sharyl Attkisson Last December, Target announced up to 40 million credit cards and debit accounts may have been stolen in a sophisticated cyber theft intrusion of the corporate computer system; since then, other retailers have reported break-ins with similar hallmarks. Could this be the work of organized criminals?
Author Stacy Morrison joined KLBK This Morning to talk about her book signing at Barnes and Noble.
CBS NEWS WASHINGTON -- Even the scoreboards in high school gyms eventually will have to promote good health.
By: Ryan Jaslow Women who take acetaminophen during pregnancy may face an increased risk their child develops behavior problems commonly associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
A Garza County deputy struck by a truck while helping out at a crash scene files a lawsuit.
Another business owner called KLBK after they received scam calls twice, from someone claiming to be with an LP&L collection agency.
Coronado High School students were evacuated Monday morning for what Lubbock ISD describes as a bomb-threat hoax.
By:Aimee Picchi In the new reality of surging payment card fraud and identity theft, consumers aren't always up to the task of fighting thieves.
BY: RYAN JASLOW February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness about cardiovascular health to stop the number one killer in America: heart disease.
Nancy Sharp and Dr. Lisa Leach joined the KLBK This Morning team to talk about information sessions discussing the changes to statewide graduation plans.
BY: MICHELLE CASTILLO Man’s best friend may understand you as well as your actual best friend might.
No. 28 Texas Tech completed its three-game sweep over Oral Roberts with a 4-1 victory on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park. The Red Raiders have won six consecutive games for the first time since 2007.
Texas Tech junior guard Amber Battle scored 19 points and 10 rebounds for her sixth double-double of the season. That’s the most double-doubles by a Lady Raider since Kierra Mallard had seven in 2012.
Texas Tech students will have over 30 chances to win cash and prizes during the game.
The Post community gathers to remember the child killed Thursday night.
Saturday night, reports say two masked men held a family at gunpoint.
Family members say Renary Rodriguez was sick of the noise and bright lines from a newly built oil rig, so he brought out his gun and started firing.
Help Celebrate the Kick-off of the Science Spectrum's 25th Anniversary on Saturday, February 22nd, from 2:00 to 4:00pm
On Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Star Care Institute, the 100 Black Men of West Texas, Inc., will present the one-act, one-person play, "Held-In-Trust."
Authorities investigate the death of a young child in Post Thursday night.
A year ago now, Lubbock City Council moved to make the sale, use and possesion of synthetic drugs illegal. However, the Lubbock Board of Health says, this is still a serious problem and they want to put an end to it.
Lubbock Police made 7 arrests Thursday night during a prostitution sting at a Lubbock hotel.
Jose Fidencio Perez, 40, of Seagraves, Texas, was sentenced this morning by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 121 months in federal prison, following his guilty plea in October 2013 to one count of possession of prepubescent child pornography and aiding and abetting.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Wednesday on US 84, yielding almost one pound of methamphetamine valued at $36,000.
Several Lubbock police officers show up at suspended Lubbock City Attorney Sam Medina's house Friday morning.
An Amarillo judge orders search warrants on two of Sam Medina's houses.
CBS NEWS An internet security firm based in Toronto managed to track the exact locations of Tinder users, down to a 100-foot radius -- a precision that many users of the popular dating app might find unnerving.
By:Aliah Git The IRS has a warning for Americans -- watch out for tax scams.
CBS NEWS This year's flu season has hit younger and middle-aged adults harder than in past years, government health officials warned Thursday. In previous flu seasons, young children and seniors aged 65 and older were among those most likely to be hospitalized or die from flu.
We have a crew on scene in Post where authorities have confirmed the death of a 2-year old.
Many of us complain about Lubbock driving, but one man actually took to the streets to expose bad habits. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald caught up with Tod Stinson, the man behind the "Lubbock Driving Caught On Tape."
Texas Tech University’s Early Head Start is seeking donations after its facility recently suffered water damage due to a burst pipe.
The Lubbock Sheriff's Office releases surveillance video of the robbery at Rick's Cabaret on February 15th.
After recent drug busts bring in money, guns and drugs, we try to figure out where it all goes.
A man police believe to be linked to a slew of heart themed graffiti on Valentine's Day morning is captured on surveillance video.
FBI investigators served a search warrant Thursday at Dr. Daniel Chaparro's home and office, Smiles by Design.
BY:MICHELLE CASTILLO Ever feel that more stress gives you more headaches? Science is now saying you may be right.
Linda Jones with Home Instead Senior Care joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about nominating senior citizens to find an outstanding senior volunteer.
Emergency crews are cleaning up an accident after an 18-wheeler, over-turned early Thursday morning.
Firefighters responded to a house fire in the 2400 block of 28th Street at 4:15 Thursday morning.
A former Cotton Kings coach and player says it's still hard watching hockey games, knowing there's nowhere to play in Lubbock.
The Texas Education Commissioner was in Lubbock Wednesday to announce the statewide roll-out of a new student data system.
Police say 54-year old Larry Don Jordan and his dog attacked an officer Wednesday morning outside a Lubbock tobacco store.
Plainsview woman says she chose the moving company because it was a good deal, but that's not the case anymore. Now, the Plainview woman says the company has been holding her things for ransom for months.
We follow Nathan Underwood through his try out for the Texas Tech football team.
February is the unofficial testicular cancer awareness month and two Lubbock men want to share their victory stories.
Its that time of year again when allergies are on the rise and sending people to the doctor. The early spring weather is great for getting outside. But with it comes early allergies that are already affecting many.
Texas Tech University President M. Duane Nellis recently was appointed to the executive committee of the Commission on Innovation, Competitiveness, and Economic Prosperity (CICEP), which represents the economic development and technology transfer roles at higher education institutions nationwide.
Funds will be used to create high profile lab focused on unconventional techniques.
A coo, smile, eye contact, those are ways babies communicate with their parents. But should you worry if your child isnt interacting? As KLBK's Brittany Escobar reports, a local doctor says It could be an early sign of Autism.
BY: RAY MARTIN Whether you're buying your first home or your 31st home, there's no question that real estate is a complicated financial transaction that requires careful planning. When you buy your first home, it's likely the first time you've taken on a substantial loan and responsibility for maintaining property. These new obligations may require adjustments to your lifestyle, especially if you've previously been renting.
LISD'S Della Frye joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about the schools Pre-K Round-Up happening this week.
BY: MICHELLE CASTILLO Bullying can have a lasting effect on a child’s well-being especially if it persists over time, a new study shows.
A hearing in Municipal Court Tuesday could put an order on the Villa Del Norte Apartments in North Lubbock to rebuild, repair, or demolish. One resident is urging anyone in his neighborhood to attend.
The three year old girl tragically died from an accident in her Lubbock home on Saturday afternoon.
As part of a free public lecture series, organizers at Texas Tech University’s Free Market Institute and the Rawls College of Business will host Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Thursday on IH-40, yielding 100 pounds of marijuana valued at $435,000.
Texas Tech partners with Springer on new digital lending project.
South Plains College Library will host the editors of "The Last of the Wildcatters: The Life and Times of Harvey Rhoads" at 3 p.m. on Feb. 25. The editors will conduct a book signing after their presentation.
This year’s African-American History Month Lecture Series concludes with award-winning author Koritha Mitchell at 6 p.m. Feb. 20 in Texas Tech University’s Escondido Theatre.
Police were called to a home in the 4600 block of 42nd Street on Saturday.
The Department of Energy is investigating a possible radiation leak at a nuclear waste plant near Carlsbad, New Mexico. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald spoke with a radiation specialist about the risks.
UPDATED: Police are investigating a death of a child Saturday.
The Lubbock Civil Air Patrol took advantage of the nice weather to practice search and rescue drills.
Two Lubbock Police officers injured in the line of duty received purple hearts Friday, along with other officers being honored.
Lots of people going down to the County Courthouse today to get marriage licenses or even tie the knot. One couple who knows a thing or two about being married for a while is offering some advice.
At about 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 13, two uniformed Levelland Police Officers were attempting to serve a hot warrant at a Levelland residence.
CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES - Actor Ralph Waite, best known as the father in TV's hit series "The Waltons," died Thursday. He was 85.
By:Constantine von Hoffman Valentine's Day is about three things: Love, chocolate and money. The holiday, which traces its origins to a Roman festival of drunkenness and "matchmaking," has evolved into the romantic celebration of today, and in so doing it has become a potent economic force. According to the National Retail Federation, it trails only Mother's Day and Christmas in terms of total holiday spending.
BY:MICHELLE CASTILLO Cats might be cuddly, but their love nibbles can be a serious health matter.
At Thursday's City Council meeting, the City Attorney, Sam Medina, was moved to unpaid leave, and Godeke Library has a new location.
Texas Gubernatorial Candidate Wendy Davis released her plan to make free, full-day pre-K eligible to all Texas children. We spoke with Frenship and Lubbock-Cooper ISDs to get their take on the plan.
Texas Tech is raffling off a date with Coach Kliff Kingsbury at the tennis match on Valentine's Day.
Police say Donald Valentine failed to register as a sexual offender.
For the last several weeks, the freezing weather put a stop to a lot of car washes. But now, thanks to the weather, the car wash business is about to heat up. And water run off remains one more concern for this industry and having to conserve water.
South Plains College recently enhanced its medical education courses through the purchase of a state-of-the-art virtual dissection table.
KLBK's Evan Onstot introduces us to the Reyna brothers, two young men who used their hoop shooting skills to help their team score a special win.
CBS NEWS NEW YORK -- Changes are coming soon to Chick-fil-A's popular chicken sandwiches.
By:Aimee Picchi Mattel's (MAT) Barbie has held all sorts of jobs, from her beach-loving Malibu phase to a camo-clad paratrooper, but her most famous role of all might be that of lightening rod.
CBS NEWS BY: KIM PETERSON Paula Deen isn't on the verge of a comeback. The disgraced chef doesn’t have a new cooking show or a new restaurant. She didn’t land a deal to pitch a new diabetes drug or spice grinder.
By: Ryan Jaslow Dentists are now recommending fluoride toothpaste for kids earlier than ever -- as soon as a baby’s first tooth comes in.
An argument in the drive-thru of a central Lubbock restaurant ends with at least three people in the hospital.
The assault on a police officer Tuesday night is one of five incidents in the last five months where an LPD officer has either been injured or almost injured.
The Floyd County Sheriff's Office is investigating the sexual assault of an elderly woman in Lockney.
When many of us come up to an intersection, especially in a residential area, we slow down or stop even. Well that's not happening in one neighborhood.
Lubbock I.S.D. police are making school zones safer by stopping speeders and cell phone users.
By/Danielle Elliot Technological innovation can play a key role in winning Olympic gold. The bigger advances, like high-tech bobsleds and speed skating skins, are hard to miss. But there are dozens of lesser-known ways that technology will play a part in Sochi.
CBS NEWS ANDOVER, Mass. -- He has had 11 birthdays and his family says no one has ever really paid attention. But a boy in Andover, Mass., is about to have a spectacular 12th birthday – thanks to the Internet, his mom and a stamp, reports CBS Boston.
CBS NEWS A 32-year-old brain dead, pregnant Canadian woman was taken off life support on Sunday shortly after giving birth to her baby boy.
Sierra Harris' mother says her daughter is improving, and they want to thank everyone who has reached out over the last week and a half.
For more and more high school students, taking Advanced Placement testing is becoming more important for preparing for college. And the administration at Lubbock ISD is giving their students every opportunity to take advantage of the opportunity to earn college credit early.
Stephanie Hunter with University Medical Center joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about 74-Nurse.
By:Aimee Picchi CBS NEWS America’s the land of opportunity, right? Well, for families that increasingly rely on low-wage jobs as their main source of income, that ideal may seem like a cruel joke.
CBS NEWS CHICAGO - Nearly 3 out of 4 U.S. children and young adults (73 percent) consume at least some caffeine, mostly from soda, tea and coffee. The rate hasn't changed much over a decade, although soda use declined and energy drinks became an increasingly common source, a new government analysis finds.
BY:Michelle Castillo CBS NEWS The cold weather may mean your four-legged friends may not be so keen on taking a walk outside. And with good reason -- not all breeds of dogs have the thick coats and layers of body fat needed to tolerate freezing temperatures. It can be difficult for smaller dogs to wade through deep snow. And the road salt used to melt ice on streets and sidewalks can irritate paws and make animals sick if they swallow it.
By: Ben Tracy CBS NEWS Former child star Shirley Temple died in her Woodside, Calif. home late Thursday night at the age of 85, her publicist, Cheryl Kagan says
Emergency crews are on the scene of a one vehicle rollover near the intersection of ECR 7700 and CR 2720, west of Slaton.
Lubbock police arrest Henry Clay Smith, 34, for Aggravated Robbery.
KLBK looks into the dangers of congenital heart disease.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and a sports psychologist weigh in on Smart-Orr Altercation.
District 3 City Councilmember Todd Klein will be hosting a Town Hall-Style Coffee on Saturday, February 15th at 10:00 a.m. at United Market Street on 50th Street.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is just one part of a larger group working to educate, as well as find the source, of sex trafficking in West Texas. The group is called the Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Task Force.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Sunday on IH-40, yielding over 100 pounds of marijuana valued at over $484,000.
Parks and Recreation will be hosting their annual Valentine dances for Lubbock’s adults and seniors, a Valentine Card Workshop and a two-day tennis tournament for mixed doubles.
Nancy Sharp with Lubbock ISD joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about students at Hardwick Elementary and their visit from Harlem Globetrotter, Scooter Christensen.
CBS NEWS MADISONVILLE, Texas -- Bursts of applause had already interrupted Rafael Cruz repeatedly, but the loudest cheer of the night came when the Cuban-born pastor finally made the Barack Obama-Fidel Castro comparison the crowd had been waiting for. "He acts no different than that bearded guy I left behind in Cuba," the father of firebrand U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz told a packed tea party gathering.
BY: RAY MARTIN We all know that getting married is a significant life event. But as you're planning for the big day, thinking about financial matters may not be top of mind. The fact is, when you get married, you are combining your finances and creating a whole new financial entity. Your savings, investments, benefits, property -- even your status in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service -- will all change.
CBS NEWS After nearly two decades of study, the Food and Drug Administration announced rules Thursday designed to make sure that infant formula is safe and nutritious.
School delays and closing for Monday, February 10.
An overnight brush fire in central Lubbock is now under investigation.
Texas Tech Men's Basketball upset OSU last night at the United Spirit Arena, but the story being talked about today is an altercation between OSU player Marcus Smart and fan Jeff Orr.
Amid criticism that the rent is too high at $25,000 per month – the City of Lubbock will consider a new location for the Godeke Library.
Red Raiders Upset 19) OSU in a Thriller 65-61 Victory
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center holds a public forum on hydraulic fracking in Lubbock.
Mackenzie Middle School eighth grader Chayan (pronounced “Cheyenne”) Manna won the Lubbock ISD district-wide spelling bee at Irons Middle School this morning.
EMS takes a 52-year old woman to the hospital after she was struck by a white SUV.
The freezing cold temperatures we've had all week have been causing some pipe problems around the city. Lots of pipes froze with the extended cold and are bursting now that we've warmed up.
Today President Obama officially signed the much debated farm bill, that cuts more than 5 billion dollars in farming subsidies. But farmers all around Texas and the county are generally excited about it.
Beginning Monday, February 10, 2014 through March 10, 2014, residents can drop-off old phone books at any of the four permanent City of Lubbock drop-off locations.
Longtime Lubbock paramedic Jim Majorowski passed away Tuesday.
Police say the two suspects burglarized West Tech Electrical located at 1706 North Nashville on December 1st.
Due to major water line break, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required the City of Littlefield to notify customers of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.
By:Erik Sherman It was only last fall that Twitter (TWTR) staged its wildly successful IPO, with a feeding frenzy among investors sending the social network's stock up 73 percent on its first day as a public company.
By: Michelle Castillo
CBS NEWS By: Tia Ghose Spending a week in the dark may boost the ability to hear, at least in mice, a new study suggests.
No reported school delays for Friday, Feb. 07, as of 3:00 a.m.
The Red Cross is helping another Lubbock family after an overnight fire.
This winter weather has been keeping TX DOT busy treating the Loop, I-27 and other highways around the city. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald has the details.
Texas Tech student body representative's work to make campus a smoke-free environment.
The story of one man who came to the Lubbock Salvation Army, doing what he can to help his family stay warm.