Good Morning Lubbock is taking you inside locally-owned restaurants, letting you check out their kitchens and some of the chef's favorite meals.
Researchers at the College of Chemical Sciences in Sri Lanka successfully tested out their theory that using a specific heating and cooling process could increase the presence of resistant starch and thereby minimize the body's calorie absorption.
The driver of the car was taken to UMC with minor injuries. No word if anyone was inside the home at the time.
A collaboration between Covenant Children's Hospital and Texas Children's Hospital helps ensure children of Lubbock and West Texas now have access to world-class pediatric cardiovascular surgery care.
Good Morning Lubbock takes you inside the kitchen at some of your favorite local restaurants.
Looking to make your shopping cart healthier? Dietitians at Market Street Supermarkets can help you and your family, to help you build a better basket.
Daylight saving time has returned. We sprung ahead Sunday morning, setting our clocks forward.
Jail overcrowding is not a new issue, but Hockley County and other counties in the area continue to send inmates to other counties due to overcrowding.
A new toy maker has created a new doll, designed to look like your typical 19 year old girl. Her name is Lammily and her developer has big goals for the little lady.
Members of the Community Christian Church invite you to do some holiday shopping while helping out two local organizations.
Lubbock Community Theatre and American National Bank Present "Love, Loss, and What I Wore"
Contestants of the Barkitecture Competition will compete in the design and construction of dog houses.
A $2,000 reward is being offered for information that would lead to the arrest of a man who sexually assalted an 84-year-old woman in Lockney, Texas.
Senior WR Eric Ward had his second straight impressive performance at Texas with a team-leading eight catches for 88 yards... As a sophomore in 2011, Ward led the Red Raiders with eight catches and 75 yards with a receiving touchdown.
A legal case headed to the nation's highest court could affect the way people pray in Lubbock, particularly city council members. KLBK's Alison Morris has the story.
There's a lot of stigma connected to any sort of prostitution, especially here in Lubbock.
The chilly weather didn't deter folks from showing up in droves this morning at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to show their support, whether it was for a family member, a friend or for the hundreds of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer every day. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
Thousands turned out in Mackenzie Park today to raise awareness of Diabetes: a disease that they themselves struggle with daily or to support the loved ones they know that do. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.