A group of doctors and nurses from Covenant Health System spent 10 days in June caring for people in the Philippines who would otherwise not get basic medical care.
A much cooler work week ahead of us as below average temperatures take over our 7Day forecast. Even better news? Multiple days of rain chances! KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on this week's forecast.
As the State Senate District 28 Special Election approaches, it is likely that more candidates will vie for the seat vacated by Robert Duncan. So far, only two candidates have expressed interest on the record; Charles Perry and Jodey Arrington
The Plainview Police Department was called to the Country Legends nightclub, 1300 West 5th Street, at 2:25 am Sunday after a man was found dead in the nightclub’s parking lot. UPDATED
Fitch Ratings gave the Frenship School District a good credit rating last week, but the AAA rating is based on the strength of the Texas Permanent School Fund.
A Denver City native judged the National Junior Brangus Show in Bryan/College Station.
Approximately 2,500 parents, family members, fans, college scouts and athletes will visit Lubbock for this event.
The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District will hold public hearings on proposed rules for the use of groundwater in Lubbock and all or portions of 16 counties.
Lubbock County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a robbery Saturday night at approximately 10:30 pm.
Before the last phase of the Marsha Sharp Freeway is built from Milwaukee Avenue to 82nd Street, the Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization will hold two public meetings.
University Medical Center will host a job fair Wednesday, August 13 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at the UMC Business Center, 4505 West Loop 289.
This week the City Council will work on the fiscal year 2014/2015 budget which includes a proposed $2.88 million increase in employee salaries.
Beginning early Tuesday, July 29, morning, around 1 a.m., the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will close Quaker Avenue, at northwest Loop 289, to all traffic
South Plains residents are invited to offer feedback on plans to address future transportation needs and solutions.
Join Lubbock Senior Center for a night of fun, food and games at their Senior Night Out on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.!
Leaders in Washington continue to debate how to solve the immigration crisis. Meanwhile, Governor Rick Perry has taken matters into his own hands, sending Texas National Guard troops to help patrol the US-Mexican border.
Celebrate summer with Rawlings Community Center as they host their first ever Saturday in the Park on Saturday, August 2, 2014 from 1:00-8:00 p.m
Officials at Texas Tech University’s Honors College announced the names of 51 students receiving Terry Scholarships, again making the university the fastest-growing school in the foundation’s 25-year history.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Lubbock is inviting the community come out this weekend to celebrate Gran Jamaica 2014.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children during the week of July 28, 2014.
The advice line helps Swisher County residents determine if they need to seek immediate medical treatment from a doctor or if treatment is even needed at all.
“Roadcents” is a Web-based app for a mobile device or computer that gives drivers the tools to track vehicle maintenance and calculate how much they can save by changing their driving and vehicle maintenance habits.
The Dirty Gringos Motorcycle Club will hold the 2nd Annual Chrome & Crayons Toy Run, benefitting the UMC Children’s Hospital. More than 100 motorcycles are expected at UMC Saturday afternoon.
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Plenty of people spent part of Friday evening out at the Canyon Lakes, looking to enjoy the beautiful, clear weather while still being careful in the heat.
Friday, in a Christmas in July celebration, the Texas Tech Physicians ended their month long 'can'-paign with a donation to the South Plains Food Bank.
Saturday marks the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Life Run organized an event on Friday to celebrate the importance of ADA.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
The Lubbock-based Texas Home School Coalition filed a lawsuit Friday morning against the Texas Ethics Commission and Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney Matt Powell.
Miranda Salas, 21, of Plainview was sentenced Thursday to two and-a-half years in federal prison for drug-related charges.
The Lubbock Habitat for Humanities held a recognition Friday morning in honor of Gene Messer Automotive Group, Lubbock Truck Sales Inc., and University Trails Apartments.
Three South Plains men pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court on charges related to child pornography.
Just Between Friends Lubbock -- Back To School Consignment Sale
As if this week wasn't warm enough, temperatures will continue to climb Friday afternoon with widespread triple digits expected across the South Plains. A toasty weekend will eventually give way to a cooler midweek. KAMC's Kristen Currie has the details.
KAMC brings you the top stories in movies, music and art in this week's Entertainment Thursday.
Fortunately there were no injuries after a vehicle t-bones a Lubbock ambulance.
The City of Lubbock should consider spending up to $66.9 million for a new police department according to a recommendation made Thursday by a Citizen’s Advisory Committee.
One Lubbock family is speaking out about the importance of car insurance as they continue to search for justice of the death of 18 year old Jolan Hunter who was killed in a car accident on June 6, 2013.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
The statewide average for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel is now $3.41, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is four cents less than last week and 13 cents less than this time last year.
The Texas A&M AgriLife held a "Grape Field Day" at their vineyard where they do research on the grape industry.
At least one person will have to find another place to stay after a fire Thursday afternoon in the 2600 block of 33rd Street.
The lawsuit following a deadly Lubbock house fire will end in a settlement, and not a trial, EverythingLubbock.com has learned.
Corporal John Gonzales is giving civilians tips if they see a child locked in a hot car.
The Speak Your Mind Texas campaign stopped in Lubbock on Thursday to start the conversation about mental health “before it’s too late.”
Shanae Thompson, a Tulia native, has been with the police department for two years. She currently serves as the Communication Director of Operations and will be the department’s first public information officer.
A Christmas in July celebration will conclude the month-long CanPaign from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday (July 25) at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Academic Classroom Building courtyard, 3601 Fourth St. A presentation will be made to the South Plains Food Bank at 2:30 p.m.
Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12. Wawona believes the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
James Powell worked as the children's chaplain at Covenant for 17 years.
The International Cultural Center (ICC) at Texas Tech University will hold a public art reception for its summer photo exhibit “Putting on the Dog: the dog as subject in fine art photography.”