Jeena Roberts, a former tech student, plead guilty to Intoxication Manslaughter with a Vehicle in 2012. She is only two years into her 15 year sentence, but she is now trying to get her trial revisited.
Southwest Parkinson society is hosting their annual Fall Walk at the National Ranching Heritage Center Saturday.
The newly crowned ladies of Miss Lubbock Pageant and Miss Lubbock Outstanding Teen Pageant visit Trends and Friends Friday to share their dreams, goals, and accomplishments.
Tasteful Designs Vintage Boutique visits Trends and Friends to showcase some of their clothes, jewelry and candles.
Texas Tech researchers have published an article reporting the discovery of a new anticancer agent that targets MDM2, a known cancer-causing gene.
Community Centers will have two events right before Halloween!
While the Lubbock aren't likely to be the first responders to a possible Ebola case, they do often encounter blood and possible diseases while working cases. We took a look at the emergency kit every officer carries and how you could benefit from something similar.
84-year-old Addie Elizabeth Clark lost her class ring in 1954 while wading in a lake near San Angelo, TX. 60-years later it was found and on the 4th of July- returned to her.
Oak Ridge Elementary school was surrounded by police today while the SWAT and Hostage Negotiators trained.
Starting in March of 2015, inspection stickers will combine with registration sticker. Inspections will still be required, but the process will change.
Two Lubbock teens found the crustaceans that have three eyes and dozens of legs
With two days of possible severe weather ahead, it's important to know how to stay safe while at the pool.
According to parents of Roosevelt ISD Summer School students they bus stops on Idalou Highway and the kids have to walk across traffic
Tea 2 Go
It's a partnership you probably never knew existed. Now, local beer makers and cattle ranchers hope new FDA rules won't make them end a mutually beneficial relationship.
We have a crew on scene in Post where authorities have confirmed the death of a 2-year old.
SQUAW VALLEY, California - Squaw Valley hosted the winter Olympics in 1960. 54 years later, the Olympic torch still burns.
BODIE GANNAWAY ---ONE OF THOSE KID WHO KNOWS ALL ABOUT BEING IN THE HOSPITAL AND HOW DIFFICULT IT CAN BE. BUT TODAY HE WAS ABLE TO FORGET THOSE WORRIES FOR A LITTLE WHILE AS HE AND HIS FAMILY WERE HONORED AT THE WEST TEXAS OUTLAWS SEASON OPENER
A MAN TAKES POLICE THROUGH A HIGH SPEED CHASE THROUGH SOUTH LUBBOCK
While the Godeke Library celebrates 4 years at the current location on February 1st, there are still questions about the branch's future.
One man shot twice in escalating arguement.
High winds, low humidit y and dry weather all contribute to fire season for the South Plains.
There was another crash involving a school bus Wednesday and police are blaming a patch of ice. The driver of the car is upset because he says the ice was caused by sprinkler runoff.
Lubbock police are hoping to help keep kids safe from online predators by educating their parents.
World's Largest Girl-Led Business Kicks-Off at Cookies Now! Lubbock
UMC's ambulance fleet just got a big new upgrade. 9 new trucks will soon be ready to go, complete with all new bells and whistles.
Wednesday night, part of a shelter in Lynn County burned, killing seven cats. Lynn County Harvest Festival Community and Lubbock Area Foundation step up to help.
The wild and exotic animals at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will be just fine in the bitter cold tonight, thanks to the special TLC workers there provide.
CASA says they're having to turn away cases due to a shortage of advocates. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
Officials at the Texas Boys Ranch say they'll now be able to find temporary and permanent home for kids on the south plains.
Two people have been shot at a home in north Lubbock.
A boxfull of newborn puppies now has a temporary home thanks to the South Plains SPCA. However, they say that dozens of other puppies are dumped and abandoned everyday. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
City leaders meeting for the annual State of the City address saying they are optimistic about almost all issues and projects going on in the city of Lubbock, but there are still some things that need work.
In the cold and flu season, how we greet each other greatly affects how we spread germs.
When reality show star Farrah Abraham rose to fame for becoming a teenage mother and then releasing a sex tape with porn star James Deen, many TV-watchdog groups criticized MTV's "Teen Mom," saying she was encouraging teenage pregnancy and recklessness.
"Octomom" Nadya Suleman did porn films, boxed D-list celebrities, even endorsed birth control for dogs after giving birth in 2009 to eight babies after she received in vitro fertility treatments.
One young man is dead, and a woman is missing and presumed dead after both fell into the freezing Chicago River trying to find a dropped cellphone early this morning.
A local teenager is now a national boxing champion and at just 16 years old. This is just one of many titles she has under her belt. KLBK's Alison Morris sat down with her, and she says she's not stopping until she gets to the top.
After 52 years of dedicated service, Abel Pompa is finally hanging up his hat. And as co-workers wish him well, they're sad to see him go.
A North Texas couple is accused of child abuse.
Atmos Energy officials are warning customers about emails they say are bogus bills that lead to spam. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
The Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case that may have big implications on what people post online. KLBK's Alison Morris spoke with one Texas Tech Professor, who says the case has the potential to make it to the US Supreme Court.
One south Lubbock couple say they're so upset by the Walmart that will be built at 114th and Quaker that they're selling their "dream home." KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
Police say an early morning standoff ended when their suspect tried to get away though a neighbor's crawl space, but then fell through the ceiling. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
As harvest season comes to a close, area cotton ginners and quality checkers are taking stock of this year's crops, and as KLBK's Alison Morris reports, they expect fairly good prices.
A newly released report shows a 2 year low of west Texas teens and preteens reporting marijuana use. But despite the report, local officials say there are other serious drug problems in Lubbock. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
An increase in flu cases resulting in ICU admissions has prompted UMC Health System to reiterate the importance of receiving the yearly influenza vaccine.
Ahead of some of the busiest travel days of the year, officials with DPS have tips for travelers on how to stay safe. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.