Low temperatures mean playa lakes could freeze, and if they do, the Lubbock Fire Department says stay off the lakes.
As the the world mourns the loss of Nelson Mandela, a Lubbock woman born and raised in South Africa remembers her country's most famous leader, and the legacy of tolerance and equality he left behind.
Organizers encourage those bringing toys to donate at parade to still bring toys to help children.
All the information about events going on at Cactus Alley Courtyard.
It's an uphill battle for TxDot crews, out working 24/7 to make the roads safer. But as KLBK's Alison Morris reports, they aren't doing every stretch of road, and drivers need to be extremely cautious.
DPS responded to a fatal accident just west of Smyer early Thursday, and are urging drivers to stay off the roads.
When defrosting your vehicle out in these icy conditions, make sure never to leave it running unattended. Local law enforcement says that's a major cause of auto thefts this time of year.
These bitter temperatures will make for a difficult night out on the streets for Lubbock's homeless. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald caught up with two local organizations doing their part to help out.
Its been 17 years since the $100 Bill has been redesigned. The new print has some cool new features, that make the money safer and harder to fake.
Gov. Rick Perry today issued an emergency proclamation for a severe winter storm system that is moving across Texas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety released the name of the man killed and other details in Thursday morning’s wreck one mile west of Smyer.
The Texas Department of Public safety says a plan flying from Lubbock to Austin lost power Wednesday night.
Lubbock International Airport takes caution while birds fly our way for winter migration.
Here are the delays and cancellations for Friday.
The three biggest districts in Lubbock will delay school on Friday
At least one person died during the numerous crashes Thursday morning.
Clearing your windshield of ice, sleet and snow is essential if you plan to drive your car in these wintry conditions, but there are certain techniques you should avoid to keep your windshield crack-free.
Here are the delays and cancellations for Thursday. UPDATED 12/05/13 1:45 pm.
Frigid temperatures will remain in place until Tuesday with lows dipping into the single digits.
The Be a Santa to a Senior Program let's you adopt a senior t bring Christmas gifts to during the holidays.
Ainsley Nelson with West Texas Endurance joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the Carol of Lights Run.
Tracy Baugh with Home Instead Senior Care joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about the Be A Santa to A Senior program.
A trip to Disney World came at the perfect time for one Lubbock family, whose youngest member's fight with cancer, changed the entire family's perspective on life.
A head-on car crash near Idalou sends two men to Lubbock hospitals.
Lubbock Police are now looking into the case of an elderly man, who says he lost more than $50,000 when a family friend sold his house, and then never paid him back.
This weeks temperatures are expected to stay in the 20s and teens. Here are some expert tips to protect your pipes from bursting.
Some places in Lubbock say they are out of firewood for the year, while others are working to try to keep up with demand.
T.A.B.C. said they will be out Wednesday night but it is the students job to be responsible for themselves.
Haven Animal Care Shelter is fighting overpopulation of stray and euthanized animals in Lubbock and helping those in shelters out for the holidays.
With cold air and ice blowing into the area, veterinarians are reminding folks to make sure their pets are sheltered from the storm. KLBK's Alison Morris reports.
With Thanksgiving now behind us, folks have shifted their attention to the December holiday and are decorating their homes with a fresh cut Christmas tree.
The former Planned Parenthood clinic in the Briercroft Office Park is now a women’s health clinic of a different kind.
The coldest air mass of the season is moving toward the South Plains.
Saturday December 7th is the last day to register for Toys for Tots and the Angel Tree
Ballet Lubbock joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about the production of The Nutcracker.
Patrick Mitchell with the Lubbock Community Theatre joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about their Christmas production.
A man armed with a pipe robbed the 7-11 at 50th and Avenue U early Wednesday morning.
Texas Tech Lights Up After "Carol of Lights"
School is almost over, and for those with unpaid parking tickets. Tech offers a solution that also helps others.
The Texas Department of Public Safety will open their new location, Monday, and begin using a new system that is expected to practically eliminate your waiting time at the DMV.
Mary Barbosa says Crosbyton police were inappropriate with her this weekend.
Kamc's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
The family of missing teen Zoe Campos says they're frustrated with Lubbock Police, who won't explain to them why detectives say Zoe engaged in dangerous behavior prior to her disappearance.
Here in Texas, many insurance companies have found a way to save millions of plans from getting cancelled.
Sergeant Todd Peckham tells us why being a motorcycle cop is more fun.
Had the Lubbock Power & Light Board fired LP&L Director and CEO Gary Zheng in October or November, it would have cost a pretty penny.
Bring your children and grandchildren to Mackenzie Park and enjoy a long-time Lubbock tradition when Santa Land opens to the public on Tuesday.
The Travel Forecast includes one to two inches of snow and/or freezing rain across parts of West Texas this week.
The Carol of Lights has caroling, a processional from the Saddletramps and the Masked Rider and 25,000 Christmas Lights
Terry Handley with Barnes and Noble joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about a few good reads and new releases.
Kamc's Allison Morrison brings you today's latest health and medical stories.
The Eddy County Sheriff's Office in New Mexico identified a body found Friday as a woman reported missing from Seminole.
LP&L is reminding customers to be wary of scammers who impersonate LP&L employees and threaten disconnection of services if immediate payment is not made over the phone.
Officials in Cochran County charged Aaron Angel Trinidad, 19, with first-degree felony arson.
Lubbock Police believe the same man caught on camera robbed two local convenience stores.
A fire that started late Sunday night destroyed a Muleshoe veterinary clinic.
With the announcement, Monday, that missing Lubbock teen Zoe Campos may be endangered, another family searching for their son is now determined to bring both teens home.
Police released video of the Valero robbery Saturday including the sound of the suspect's voice.
While the best deals today may be online, Saturday was all about small businesses. KLBK's Michaela MacDonald checked in with local stores to see how they did.
Authorities say they see a spike in property crimes around the holidays, and as KLBK's Alison Morris reports the Sheriff's Department is stepping up their patrols to fight back.
Mayor Glen Robertson will host a Coffee with the Mayor on Tuesday, December 3rd from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Xcel Energy is reminding customers to be wary of scammers who impersonate Xcel Energy employees.
Another arctic front will provide the South Plains with a return of winter weather.
Police updated the status of Zoe Campos from “missing” to “missing and endangered.” There is now a reward in her case.
When shopping online there are a fee ways to make sure your bank information or identity isn't stolen
LISD'S Nancy Sharp joined KLBK This Mornings Brittany Escobar to talk about elementary students reading with man's best friend.
Covenant Health's Hospice of Lubbock will continue their annual holiday tradition of Light Up A Life fundraiser this year.
Lubbock businessman Steve Massengale will officially announce his candidacy for state office on Tuesday.
Lubbock police are searching for suspects in three robberies that occurred this weekend. Two overnight and one Saturday evening.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced a $300,000 grant last week to Texas Tech University.
TxDOT is asking the City of Lubbock to take responsibility for 42 miles of state roadways that run inside the city limits.
A Lubbock man said in his lawsuit that he shattered a tooth in June while eating a salad purchased from Wal-Mart.
According to Prevention Magazine, Lubbock is the third worst metropolitan area for heart disease and obesity in the United States.
The City of Lubbock will consider dedicating a small parcel of land at 19th and University Avenue as the Timothy Cole Memorial Park.
Lubbock has the 65th best economic growth rate in the United States for 2013, according to a company called Global Insight.
A Lubbock-based Deportation Officer with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement cannot be held in contempt of court in a Bailey County criminal case.
A Slaton man, Adrian Tino Guerrero, 28, was arrested last week and charged with receipt of child pornography.
Lubbock Police responded to a robbery of the Valero convenience store, 3311 Avenue Q., Saturday evening.
The city will buy Tahoes, pick up trucks, and sedans for Lubbock police.
Lubbock firefighters were called to the scene of house fire Saturday just before 2:00 PM in the 700 block of 79th Street. UPDATED 11/30/13 3:21 pm
Lubbock City Councilman for District 3, Todd Klein, has announced he will not seek re-election to the Council.
The good news seems to have outweighed the bad; the precipitation was much needed as Lubbock is still in severe drought according to the USDA and other federal agencies.
Despite the winter storm that dropped 2.2 inches of snow along with freezing rain, Lubbock is still suffering a severe drought.
The annual Toys for Tots holiday toy drive has officially begun at the South Plains Mall!
Lots of people shopping on Black Friday, but its the day after that local businesses get their chance to shine.
After starting the season strong, the Texas Tech Red Raider football team ended its regular season with a loss.
Some local sports bars are staying open to let Lubbock get see the action this Thanksgiving Day.
Kamc's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical news.
For most of us, Thanksgiving is a day to spend at home with family. Sadly, not all Lubbock families had that luxury. But thanks to some four-legged friends, there was still holiday cheer to be found at local hospitals.
Lubbock police are looking for an aggravated robbery suspect.
It was two years ago this week.
After a few recent events where people have been taken to the hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms, Atmos wants people to have a carbon monoxide detector on every floor.
Kamc's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Salvation Army will have a Thanksgiving meal.
Thanks to a legal settlement with the federal government, Phillips 66 will make a $200,000 donation to the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
If you're choosing to fry your Thanksgiving bird, be sure to follow these safety tips.
Auto service centers were slammed with business Wednesday, as holiday travelers prepped their cars before hitting the road on the busiest day for Thanksgiving travel, according to AAA.
Stores aren't holding back anymore, opening late Thanksgiving day and staying open through Black Friday giving great deals for holiday shopping.