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 Catholic Diocese of Lubbock will formally announce plans for the creation of a $6.8 million Catholic Student Center to serve Texas Tech University.
Hollywood actress Nia Long will speak to students at the Talkington School for Young Women Leaders.
The Texas Tech Parents Association will host “Financing College at Texas Tech” at 7 p.m. Thursday (April 23) .
A fund has been set up for the family that was left homeless after a fire Wednesday afternoon in the 5200 block of East 4th Street.
The family of Albert “Bo” Martinez released statements Thursday to say “thank you” to the people who supported their families recently.
Lubbock Police released a photo of a suspect from a hit and run on the afternoon of April 6.
The Lubbock Better Business Bureau said criminals follow the news, and when they hear of big layoffs, it becomes prime time for scams.
The Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees chose a new Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and a new principal for Bayless elementary.
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.
Moist air in place to start off the day with a few more clouds expected to stick around for this afternoon.
A visit from Minnie Mouse was all it took for Sierra to lose her shyness.
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.
A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 10:00 p.m. Wednesday roughly north and east of Lubbock.
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.
Volunteer firefighters from Roosevelt, Idalou and Buffalo Springs were called out before 1:00 pm
A stabbing victim discovered outside of Taqueria Jalisco Tuesday night. UDPATED
Link Ministries, a local non-profit outreach to the homeless in Lubbock, confirmed Wednesday that Les Burrus will no longer be Director.
Police say the shooting occurred near the National Flea Market along Clovis Road around 12:50 p.m. UPDATED
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.
The presentation will take place at the First Presbyterian Church (West Wing) on Wednesday, April 22 at 6:30 p.m.
The victim of unjust incarceration on death row was exonerated in 2002.
The race will take place on Saturday, April 25th, starting at 9:00 am at the Coronado High School track.
Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day and Lubbock ISD is proud to announce the success it has achieved in energy conservation.
The tournament will take place from Friday, May 1 to Sunday, May 3, at Rocky Johnson Field, Texas Tech University’s softball complex.
HB 4002 calls for the Texas Legislature, through a joint interim committee to study price discrimination of pharmaceuticals, and its impact on the people and budget of Texas.
The Burkhart center provides behavioral intervention, a family resource support line, a parents’ night out program, a teacher training institute and other services.
Another warm and dry day ahead for most of the South Plains. Storm chances for some areas with the potential of storms becoming severe.
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.
LUBBOCK, TX - The Red Raider baseball team are winners in seven of their last eight contests, and coming off their first Big 12 road series win of the season. Meanwhile, across campus the Red Raider Softball team has won five of their last six, and is coming off only their third series sweep of a Big 12 opponent in school history. That brings us to the topic of this week's "Last Call."
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
ABILENE, TX -- The Red Raiders score eight of their ten runs in the seventh inning to blow away Abilene Christian, 10-2.
Collin Gainey, Texas Tech Organizational Management team member, and volunteer Danny Norris talk about the upcoming book drive for Literacy Lubbock.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Attached is the 2015 NFL schedule for the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans.
Jeremy Perry and Marcia Perry with Soldiers of God talk about the upcoming Feed the Flock 2015 concert event!
The latest weather webcast from the KAMC HD Storm Team Weather Lab.
MIDLAND, TX -- KAMC's Red Raider Nation is in Midland for the Texas Tech baseball game against Abilene Christian!
Blue Bell Ice Cream recalled all of their products Monday, after concerns that they may be contaminated with listeria. In a statement from the 108-year-old company, Blue Bell decided on a voluntary recall after two ice cream sample tests came back positive in March.
Lubbock Police credit a local woman's 911 call as a key piece of evidence in solving her murder. However, if she had called on a land line, would it have also saved her life?
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.