Linda Jones with Home Instead Senior Care joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about ways seniors can stay safe in the heat.
Tamara Tucker and Freddie Harris joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about free HIV screenings.
The chief investigator with the Lubbock County District Attorney's Office said three arrest warrants have been issued after the search warrants they executed in multiple smoke shops two weeks ago.
Sergeant Bryan Witt sits down with us to talk about road safety for this upcoming holiday.
Lubbock Housing Finance is offering a "Welcome Home" assistance grant to those who qualify for the downpayment of their new home.
Texas Tech University set a record for summer enrollment with 11,605 students enrolled as of the 15th day of classes (June 24), the official reporting day. The number exceeds the previous mark of 11,316, set in 2012.
The Peddler Show will be making a stop in Lubbock July 27th through the 29th.
A woman brought a letter asking her to take part in a jury research project to KLBK asking if it was a scam.
Lubbock Animal Services recommends placing a microchip in your pet in order to reduce risk of losing it.
The Swisher County Sheriff is under investigation for an incident Saturday morning, according to Tulia Police Chief Jeffrey Yarbrough.
CritterFest is turning the Science Spectrum into a zoo with animals galore.
A Lubbock man made a purchase at a garage sale and hidden was a plastic bag with old family photos belonging to Julia Campos.
The man, accused of holding up a convenience store with what turned out to be a toy AK-47, is now in police custody.
The special prosecutor in the Sam Medina case spoke Tuesday about the case and answered questions about the indictment.
Texas Department of Transportation put signs up warning people to properly inflate their tires. Department of Public Safety offered tips on tire safety.
In an emergency, many would reach for their cell phone, but if cell towers or power is out, ham radios may be the only way to communicate. Lubbock Amateur Radio Club is one group in Lubbock who are preparing for these situations.
Peggy Espinoza with CASA joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about volunteering with CASA.
Until the ballot board meets and goes through about 100 ballots, the results for the District Three seat for the Lubbock City Council won't be final.
Lubbock ISD said Monday morning that Jimmy Moore has been chosen as the new Estacado High School Principal.
Noelle Leveaux with Dallas Big Card and Allyssa Leslie with the Dallas Zoo joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about planning a trip to the big city.
Summer is in full swing. Meaning the kiddos are ready for some splish splashing. Before you let them loose in the water, here are a few tips to stay water safe. KLBK'S Brittany Escobar reports.
Jeff Griffith has won the runoff election for City Council District 3 by the slimmest of margins.
Juneteenth hosted a parade and a family style reunion at Mae Simmons park on Saturday.
Sergeant Jason Lewis said spirits are high after police officers safely got a Lubbock man and two hostages out of a stand-off situation.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lubbock is looking for more 'Bigs' to be matched with 'Littles' and especially this summer. More than 150 boys and girls are without matches.
Lubbock Highschool and Naval Academy graduate Nicholas Lowe had a pit stop in Lubbock Aero Thursday night. In his brief homecoming he thanked his hometown for his successes.
Volunteers and staff at the Levelland Animal Shelter have a program with about a 95% adoption rate, giving animals there a second chance with a forever family.
Kenna Pruitt with SPCAA joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about head start round-up.
A hostage situation Thursday evening in Central Lubbock ended peacefully with all hostages released and one man taken into custody. UPDATED
Police arrested Amadeo Cruz Torres, 23, of Lubbock Wednesday afternoon on a charge of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. UPDATED for video
37 year old Kirstie Watkins was killed Tuesday in a car accident in Hockley County.
On the week of June 19th-22nd there will be a great celebration The Juneteenth Commission would like to welcome you to our Juneteenth celebration. Which is a time for each one of us to celebrate freedom.
Bike MS Cactus and Crude Ride 2014 is set for July 19-20.
Veronica Watts with Cabela's joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their upcoming Grand Opening.
Lubbock police are investigating two early morning robberies that happened within 15 minutes of each other.
The Wolfforth outdoor warning sirens will be getting an upgrade, one that should make them more reliable and safer.
Lubbock Transition Center awarded the foster care youth that graduated from high school and college a shopping spree for a "hope chest."
Special Tactics and Rescue Consulting is taking area emergency first repsonders and getting them ready for any situation to help save a life before an emergency scene is secure.
How can you tell if your kids are at risk of heat stroke? Covenant pediatrician Dr. David Gray gives parents the information they need to know.
The U.S. Patent Office canceled six trademarks belonging to the Washington Redskins football team, saying they are offensive to Native Americans.
Tons of fans held signs and cheered as the Red Raiders stepped off the bus today.
After a vote to approve the budget for the upcoming year, the Electric Utility Board passed to the Lubbock City Council a possible 5.75% rate increase for LP&L customers.
Despite the loss Red Raiders fans enjoyed watching the World Series games at Premiere Cinemas watch party.
Summer months mean more burglaries in neighborhoods and in parking lots are much more common and Lubbock Police want you to be aware and ready to protect your property.
After three weeks of rain storms the lake rose four feet.
Covenant Children's creates Teen Town for Adolescent Patients
Abuelo's invites you to celebrate 25 years. James Young and Dirk Rambo joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the festivities.
Tuesday's Viral Video on KLBK This Morning.
After being faced with the issues for nearly ten years now, the City of Wolfforth is now moving onto phase two of their water project, which will filter naturally occurring fluoride and arsenic out of the water.
UIL voted last Wednesday to give cheerleading a one year program.