The Lubbock City Council took the first step to strengthen the ordinance that bans synthetic marijuana.
Everything isn't bigger in Texas after all, at least when it comes to voter turnout
The company blames ongoing drought for the shutdown of its cattle feed yard.
Officials expect fewer new cases of West Nile Virus with colder weather.
A Lubbock jury convicted Jeena Roberts of bail jumping Wednesday morning. Roberts was supposed to turn herself in earlier this year ... Updated 2:15 PM
Male and female body found in a trailer home in Plainview.
LP&L Chair and Vice Chair, along with the Mayor and the Councilman Victor Hernandez address the concerns over the recent rate and fuel increase. KLBK's Monica Yantosh reports.
If you've been driving around Lubbock recently, you may have noticed a
group navigating streets with blindfolds and walking canes. KLBK's
Michaela MacDonald caught up with that group to see why they're doing
Covenant Hospital Registered Nurses will come to your office and perform wellness checks on your employees
Some changes are coming to Crosby County. The vote is in and residents there are no longer living in a dry county.
Texas Tech University Libraries has received a three-year, in-kind software donation worth $900,000 from Side Effects Software for the Houdini 3-D Animation Tools
Texas Tech University announces Provost Bob Smith will step down from
Lubbock Fire Department announces residents evacuated due to overnight chemical leak in northeast Lubbock can now return home.
The Justice Department files suit against Lance Armstrong and his company Tailwind Sports for millions of dollars that the U.S. Postal Service spent to sponsor the cycling team.
The Nixon family receives help transforming their home to better help their father who is suffering with ALS.
Two Lubbock officers receive promotions while two others are honored for saving lives.
A former Texas Tech student on Texas death row is now scheduled to be executed in July.
Tuesday a Lubbock grand jury indicted Lubbock murder suspects Abel Alonzo and Joshua Bulls.
We trust our children to mere strangers for eight to ten hours a day but in the end do we really know who's watching our kids?
We talked to one mother who thought she was taking her two kids to a good, loving place each day only to show up one afternoon to police and child care licensing saying the daycare was being shut down.
We are working for you to make sure you don't end up in the same situation.
Army veteran Jason Warford tells the story of an incident in Bosnia in 1995 that led to PTSD.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Part two of Jason Warford's story chronicles with his problems dealing with government officials over his veteran's benefits.
One woman is dead following an accident on 4th street late Friday night.
The city releases a statement from mayor Glen Robertson regarding his recovery from emergency heart surgery. Read the statement here.
U.S. Marshals found and arrested Jeena Roberts in Houston, TX after receiving a tip on her whereabouts. KLBK's Monica Yantosh reports.
Two Shallowater girls missing for a week are located..
A Lubbock company has decided to reinvent how it handles health care costs, by bringing doctors into the workplace. The company says its a move that's actually saving money.
Body found in missing toddler's caregiver's basement. Caregiver arrested.
Watch the entire Crosbyton Police press conference here.
A student shot and wounded at a rural California high school and a student suspect taken into custody.
A 61-yr old man dies three days after being beaten and robbed in a Clovis alley. Read the Clovis Police media release here:
Yesterday's dust storm left dirt and wind damage around Lubbock, now many businesses are cleaning up that mess. As KLBK's Michaela MacDonald tells us, some of those businesses are profiting from it and some are losing money.
Middle School Assistant Principal Lori Stephens receives honor from
the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals Board of Directors.
A Lubbock grand jury indicted 19-year old Jacob Tanguma for murder.
Officials issue a child abduction alert for 11-month old Jonathan Guillen Jr.
On Sunday, KLBK brought you the story of a homeowner who believes synthetic marijuana was to blame for a driver plowing into his house. Now, Representative Charles Perry hopes the Texas State Congress will take on synthetic marijuana and incense in the next session.
Find the final scores for week 9 here.
Five kittens were rescued from an alleyway dumpster Thursday morning. KLBK's Monica Yantosh reports.