UMC took the top spot in the large company category for organizations with more than 500 employees.
A slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm or two this afternoon, but the rest of the South Plains will stay dry and warm.
Good Morning Lubbock is taking you inside locally-owned restaurants, letting you check out their kitchens and some of the chef's favorite meals.
A semi-truck catches fire at CR 7900 and I-27. The driver is okay.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
The Lubbock County Medical Examiner determined the cause of death of Herbert Fetherolf, the body found at Villa Del Norte Apartment complex, a homicide.
University Medical Center EMS let KLBK ride along for part of Tuesday, to see what they deal with each and every day.
Four 6-week-old kittens are in need of a home, after born and weaned at Tent City.
Colonel Perry Gilmore resigns from his post Tuesday, over alleged comments he made during the investigation.
Former TV host of Pure Tejano Music, interviewed Selena Quintanilla more than 20 years ago prior to her tragic death. He shares his experience of meeting the iconic music star.
Lubbock ISD and Lubbock Power and Light (LP&L) will be launching a pilot electricity education program Wednesday morning at Whiteside Elementary.
We ask folks in Lubbock questions from the 4th and 5th grade STAAR Test.
On Monday, March 30th police located and arrested the teacher. He charged him with improper relationship between an educator and a student.
Wolfforth Police and the office of Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney filed court documents Monday to permanently take possession of designer watches, collectible shoes, $31,023.39 in cash and many other items.
The Texas Department of Public Safety released information Tuesday afternoon about an accident in Hale Center Saturday evening.
Gary Laramore was named the Lone Finalist for the Superintendent of Seminole I.S.D., by a unanimous vote from the members of the Seminole Board of Trustees, on Tuesday, March 31.
Texas Tech University’s chess team, the Knight Raiders, placed third in the Final Four of Chess for the national collegiate championship this weekend in New York City.
The Palestine Police Department in continuing the investigation into an incident that left a five-year-old child in serious condition.
The Canutillo Independent School District has received approval from the Hunt Communities to repaint the wall at Reyes Elementary School red, white and blue.
The annual fundraiser at the Cactus Theater moves from June to April
Saint Jo Police Chief Tony Tamayo says the shooting took place in the 800 block of West Boggess on Sunday around midnight.
According to a report, the man flashed red and white lights inside his pick up at Whataburger, trying to get other cars to let him cut the line.
The History Channel series follows two men as they scour the country for hidden gems in junkyards, basements, garages and barns.
The intersection work is anticipated to take approximately one week to complete, weather permitting.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Maggie Dinizio weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics include sperm count, underage drinking and eating apples.
Transportation Technology Services is constructing a regional wind turbine distribution center scheduled for opening in April of 2015.
Buckner Children and Family Services will present a free foster care and adoption information meeting
The event is taking place at Overton Hotel & Conference Center on Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1.
Kim Lindsey won the American Quarter Horse Association’s Versatility Ranch Horse Amateur World Championship March 21.
Warmer temperatures today and a chance for some strong thunderstorms this afternoon.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
An Amber Alert issued Monday afternoon in Montrose, Missouri led to the arrest of a former Lubbock resident. UPDATE: the girl has been found safe.
Car thefts on the rise according to Lubbock Police and South Plains Auto Theft Task Force.
Dr. Judith Salerno, President and Chief Executive Officer of Susan G. Komen, will speak at the Texas Tech University International Cultural Center.
A Tulia man died after crashing his car through a barbed wire fence and into a ditch Sunday night on FM 1318 in Swisher County.
For the second time in three days a child was shot and injured in Amarillo.
Plains Cotton Growers said they expect planted acreage to decrease by at least 5% in 2015.
An open records request shows people writing in to the Lubbock County Commissioners about their concerns with safety after a number of wrecks along 50th Street in West Lubbock county.
Two suspects have been arrested in connection to last Thursday’s homicide investigation in Colorado City.
Resthaven Funeral Home & Cemetery will host an Annual Easter Sunrise Service and celebration at 7:00 a.m, Sunday, April 5.
A jury convicted Brandon Couch last week and he elected to have the judge issue his sentence instead of the jury.
Two people tried to ram the main gate to enter the headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland on Monday, according to a federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigation.
Now that spring has finally arrived, it is important to update your makeup look for the season.
Some City departments are without phone service Monday due to a problem with a piece of computer equipment.
After looking into the matter campus police determined there was no sexual assault. .
Amarillo Police said a 6-year-old boy was shot in the leg Saturday night and his mother was shot in the shoulder and leg. Rondell Takare Jones, 35, was later found and arrested.
Contractors for Lubbock County will put a hot mix overlay on North County Road 1700 also known as Milwaukee Avenue between FM 2641 and County Road 6300.
A different weather story over the next couple of days than what we saw this past weekend.
A Bethany, Texas resident, Jeff Stasney, has lived in daily fear a gas leak on his property for nearly two months.
The Professional Women's Bowling Association Tour will re-launch in May 2015 with ten different stops nationwide including the PWBA Lubbock Sports Open in July.