Wednesday, the family shifted through the remains of their home and found personal belongings, such as keys, a wedding ring and family photos.
Tuesday marks National AMBER Alert Awareness Day in Texas and Lubbock's Department of Public Safety shares a couple ways for the local community to actively stay informed when a child or elderly person is missing.
7-year-old, Jayden Mote, started making tutus to raise money for local animal shelters. Her story has gone viral and now her sister is giving back too.
With the Flu epidemic now wide spread across 43 states, local experts from United Supermarkets tell us ways people can avoid getting sick.
Following the 10th anniversary of the devastating Tsunami in 2004, a Breedlove Food's employee remembers the efforts that helped millions of people across the world.
Local residents' concern grows as traffic continues to drive through neighborhoods.
Weather conditions are improving in the City of Lubbock, but small towns and country roads are still struggling with the driving conditions.
Local firework sales took a hit from the bad weather conditions on New Year's Day.
Despite weather and road conditions, US Postal Service carriers are working hard to get people their mail and packages.
Warriors Against Synthetic Pot (WASP) and Councilwoman Karen Gibson are asking the local community to send letters to Senator Charles Perry to take legislative action against synthetic marijuana.
Kennedy Reeves is still recovering at UMC, but is out of ICU and is in stable condition.
Many local businesses are busier than ever, trying to sell their Christmas products, during their End Of The Year sales.
The Trail Life USA, local boy scout troop is offering a recycling service to fundraise for their summer trip.
While gas retail prices continue to drop below $2.00 per gallon, surrounding towns are stuck at prices above the state average.
Tasteful Designs Vintage Boutique visits Trends and Friends to showcase some of their clothes, jewelry and candles.
Lubbock Community Theatre and American National Bank Present "Love, Loss, and What I Wore"
The 45th Annual Sausage Fest kicked off this Saturday at Saint Joseph Hall.
Public records indicate that many city workers have not been given a pay raise in several years, despite the number of years they've served the city in their position. KLBK's Alison Morris reports on how the issue is affecting city morale.