A welcomed sunny day ahead for most. But unfortunately rain and storm chances make a return in our 7day.
74 years after a Lubbock sailor gave the ultimate sacrifice at Pearl Harbor, his family says they are overwhelmed to learn that a "piece of family history" was discovered in the Hub City.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
A U.S. Army Veteran Carl Knott, who dedicated years giving back to his fellow patriots, is remembered through his life, service, and legacy.
Lubbock TXWPD game warden and local DPS troopers deployed to Wichita Falls to assist with search and rescue missions during flash flooding/water incidents.
HB 3994 is pro-life legislation that modifies the current process a minor must go through to obtain an abortion through a judicial bypass.
An open records request shows how much money is being collected from storm water fees.
International Business Consultant and Best Selling Author Sam Silverstein completed a book called Non-Negotiable – The Story of Happy State Bank and The Power of Accountability.
Two men armed with rifled robbed a Domino's location and held hostages, LPD said.
Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in 24 counties in addition to those previously declared as a disaster.
The Texas Department of Public safety said a driver was distracted in the moments before a deadly crash near Shamrock Sunday afternoon.
A Lubbock tradition, Carillon’s Memorial Day Observance, will take place on Monday, May 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm.
Storms this morning but sunshine should return this afternoon.
The Lubbock City Council on Thursday will consider the second reading of a budget amendment of $405,191 to again overhaul storm water fees.
All Lubbock Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular hours will resume on May 26.
It’s just about time again to cool off at Lubbock’s municipal pools as they open for the 2015 season on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, at 1:00 p.m.
Anyone with questions may contact the City of Lubbock Health Department Immunization clinic at 775-3090
Less than two days after a press conference asking for the public's help, Lubbock Police told EverythingLubbock.com that officers believe they have located the family of James Dillion Adkison.
The number of people employed in the Lubbock area rose from an estimated 148,200 in March to 149,000 in April.
The National Weather Service in Norman has confirmed the that the Wichita River in Wichita Falls crested Sunday morning.
Lufkin Police believe the girl slipped and fell into a flooded creek. She as unable to make it out and drowned.
State unemployment rate remains at lowest level since July 2007
Texas Tech University asked a judge on Friday take back his judgment against the university.
New Mexico State Police responded to the scene of a single vehicle rollover crash.
Texas Department of Public Safety responded to an accident Saturday afternoon that injured two minors and sent one to UMC in critical condition.
A local woman said it's a miracle that she was able to see her grandson graduate from Monterey High School Saturday afternoon.
The latest weather webcast from the KAMC Storm Team Weather Lab.
Two U.S. Marines from Lubbock, share their insight on the devastating events in Nepal and continue their relief efforts to bring aid to the survivors.
May 29 is the next 5th Friday Slaton on the Square.
The Buddy Holly Center presents soulful guitarist John Sprott as part of the 2015 Summer Showcase Concert Series.
The Texas Department of Transportation urges drivers to “turn around, don’t drown” as flooding continues to be a serious concern in the state with more storms in the forecast for the Memorial Day weekend.
The South Plains region has one of the highest per capita rates of child abuse and neglect at double the state average.
Trash, recycling and the landfill operations will be adjusted.
KAMC brings you the stories to keep your families strong, fit, wise and vigilant.
While many think of helping the homeless in the Hub City during the winter months, one local organizations says its important to remember that those needs don't end with the holidays
UMC EMS said on Thursday, there was a large number of patients coming in to EMS in relation to synthetic drugs.
Weather permitting, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will close north- and southbound Milwaukee Avenue to traffic overnight next Wednesday, May 27.
Parks and Recreation still has a few summer jobs available for Summer Camp Counselors, Lifeguards, and Pool Laborers for 2015.
Altice announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 70% in Suddenlink from existing shareholders.
The Frenship Independent School District Board of Trustees named Dr. Michelle McCord Ed.D. as interim Superintendent for the district during a special called board meeting Friday morning. McCord accepts the interim role effectively immediately.
Colton Bourquin, Jacey Snapp and Matthew Adams of the Lubbock-Cooper FFA Chapter have been selected to serve as Texas FFA Foundation Ambassadors.
Texas law enforcement officials are investigating what they say are new threats against officers from biker gangs in the wake of a recent shootout in Waco.
A Lubbock man said in the last few months, Lubbock's homeless population have decided to call his neighborhood, on 26th and Avenue Q, their new home.
the Hobbs Police Department arrested a 38 year old man for Sexual Exploitation of Children and other charges.
In commemoration of Memorial Day, the Nancy Anderson Chapter of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in conjunction with the Historic City of Lubbock Cemetery, will be holding a Memorial Day Service on Monday.
Brian Ott, who was named the new chair of the Department of Communication Studies at Texas Tech University
According to the Facebook page for the Cottle-King Times, former Paducah High School Principal and basketball coach Jay Cantrell pleaded guilty Thursday.
Lubbock Police on Friday morning released on Facebook a portion of the 911 audio from the robbery of Family Dollar, 5302 Avenue Q, Wednesday night.
KAMC's Joe Sherwood brings you the top stories in movies, music and art in this week's Entertainment Thursday.
Memorial Day is Monday, May 25 and for some people that means getting out on the water to celebrate. The only boating ramp open this year is Sanford-Yake.