A grand jury indicted people who officials said were paid to kidnap and kill a man back in January.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Lubbock police captured a suspect at the federal building Tuesday night after leading police on a vehicle pursuit.
A grand jury indicted Maria Martinez, 27, Tuesday for failure to stop and render aid in the deadly July 15 collision that killed Mathew Aaron Valadez, 38, of Lubbock.
A man claims he was fired from his job at the Children's Home of Lubbock because he is gay.
Davis Webb will be the starting quarterback heading into fall camp, which begins Monday, August 4th.
Three nurses at University Medical Center Emergency Center have joined the fight to end the use of synthetic marijuana in Lubbock. They started a research project of all the variations of synthetic marijuana they have confiscated from patients and mounted the display in the hallway of the emergency center.
The Texas Department of Public Safety released information Monday about the death of Michael Sanchez Ohl, 26, of Andrews.
A Lubbock IT Alert went out Tuesday warning people about malware that could come through links or attachments about recent world events.
WWII Asst. Chaplain Phil Crenshaw served in Japan for three years. He recalls his days and what he is doing today to help the chaplaincy in the military.
Residents of a close-knit neighborhood off the Shadow Hills Golf Course says the specialty homes for the developmentally disabled nestled into their community are a source of concern. Residents complain that the patients here have been known to get out of the homes, lay down in the street, bang on doors and even get into peoples' garages.
July 31, 2014 marks the 5th anniversary of a homicide outside of the Boss Office Bar at 518 East 34th Street, Lubbock's only unsolved murder from 2009.
Kimberly Olmos, 35, of Lubbock filed a lawsuit Monday against the City of Lubbock for an April traffic accident in 5200 block of 4th Street.
Lubbock State Representative Charles Perry officially announced Tuesday afternoon that he will run for State Senate. By itself that would be no surprise. But Perry did offer a significant change of plans.
The Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause of an early morning house fire.
Shallowater ISD is proud to present the Shallowater Middle School Symphonic Band as the 2014 1C Honor Band of Texas.
Tent City is full, and residents are taking advantage of the cooler temperatures and rainfall.
There are a number of staff openings for both full and part-time Correctional Officers at the Montford Unit, as well as other units statewide.
KAMC's Allison Morrison & Kristen Currie discuss the latest break-throughs in today's health news.
A healthy dose of rain falling across the western South Plains this Tuesday morning with more on the way overnight. KAMC's Kristen Currie has a look at the timing and intensity of tonight's expected storms as well as details on your 7Day forecast.
Jennifer Simek with the Lubbock Arboretum joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their Summer Gardening Camp.
Camey Maldonado with the Ruffles and Rust Expo joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the unique expo.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
One of five Wichita Falls teenagers involved in a weekend traffic accident died Monday.
It’s been nearly seven months since the Red Raiders Upset the 14th ranked Sun Devils in the Holiday Bowl.
Former State Representative Delwin Jones of Lubbock announced Monday he will run for State Senate.
Two men remain in the hospital after a shooting at 'Frosty Treats of Texas' on Saturday night. The ice cream supply's manager says one of those victims is a customer, the other the boyfriend of an employee.
Plainview officials on Monday confirmed the cause of death for Fredie Salas, 42, as a hit and run. Salas was found dead early Sunday morning outside Country Legends night club, located at 1301 West 5th Street in Plainview.
"Pigweed" is a common weed for farmers, but it's grown steadily more resistant to herbicides in the past few years. Due to recent rains, the weed has been running rampant and local farmers are having to adjust to make sure it doesn't spread.
Brownfield high school football star Shacolby Hill, 18, was among four young men arrested for theft of a firearm.
Officials in Midland said Filiberto Baeza, 43, lost his life Sunday evening when he drove a pickup truck around railroad crossing guards at Terrell Street and Industrial Avenue.
Lubbock Police released surveillance images Monday of two suspects who are accused of using a stolen debit card.
Abilene Police arrested D’Angelo Bell, 18, for capital murder after the Sunday morning stabbing death of Kaleb Cory, 19.
Member of See Us, Save us Motorcycle Association is concerned for the safety of bikers driving along Loop 289 and encountering gravel from construction projects on the access roads.
A former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene, Martha “Bit” Whitaker, was arrested Saturday on a charge of tampering with physical evidence in connection to a child death case.
Sephora Makeup Specialist N.V. shows us how to achieve that sculpted, slimmed and highlighted look by spilling her tricks and tips to "contouring" in today's Makeover Monday.
Anayavilet Almazan, 12, of Midland died in a weekend accident involving a recreational vehicle.
A group of doctors and nurses from Covenant Health System spent 10 days in June caring for people in the Philippines who would otherwise not get basic medical care.
A much cooler work week ahead of us as below average temperatures take over our 7Day forecast. Even better news? Multiple days of rain chances! KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on this week's forecast.
As the State Senate District 28 Special Election approaches, it is likely that more candidates will vie for the seat vacated by Robert Duncan. So far, only two candidates have expressed interest on the record; Charles Perry and Jodey Arrington
The Plainview Police Department was called to the Country Legends nightclub, 1300 West 5th Street, at 2:25 am Sunday after a man was found dead in the nightclub’s parking lot. UPDATED
Fitch Ratings gave the Frenship School District a good credit rating last week, but the AAA rating is based on the strength of the Texas Permanent School Fund.
A Denver City native judged the National Junior Brangus Show in Bryan/College Station.
Approximately 2,500 parents, family members, fans, college scouts and athletes will visit Lubbock for this event.
The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District will hold public hearings on proposed rules for the use of groundwater in Lubbock and all or portions of 16 counties.
Lubbock County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a robbery Saturday night at approximately 10:30 pm.
Before the last phase of the Marsha Sharp Freeway is built from Milwaukee Avenue to 82nd Street, the Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization will hold two public meetings.
University Medical Center will host a job fair Wednesday, August 13 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at the UMC Business Center, 4505 West Loop 289.
This week the City Council will work on the fiscal year 2014/2015 budget which includes a proposed $2.88 million increase in employee salaries.
Six people were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon in Abilene.