The Texas A&M AgriLife held a "Grape Field Day" at their vineyard where they do research on the grape industry.
Three City of Wichita Falls employees continue to recover after being attacked by a swarm of Africanized bees. UPDATE
At least one person will have to find another place to stay after a fire Thursday afternoon in the 2600 block of 33rd Street.
The lawsuit following a deadly Lubbock house fire will end in a settlement, and not a trial, EverythingLubbock.com has learned.
Corporal John Gonzales is giving civilians tips if they see a child locked in a hot car.
An 18-wheeler carrying approximately 40.55 gallon barrels of industrial glue overturned along Interstate 20 in Abilene. UPDATE
The energy boom is bringing jobs and prosperity to communities in the Permian Basin region, but it also is putting more traffic, work crews and trucks on local roadways.
The Speak Your Mind Texas campaign stopped in Lubbock on Thursday to start the conversation about mental health “before it’s too late.”
Police say windows on vehicles across the city have been broken by someone using a BB gun.
The Abilene City Council has decided to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors below the age of 18, but not add them to a general public ban.
A piece of Cold War history is now on display at a museum in the Texas Panhandle.
Shanae Thompson, a Tulia native, has been with the police department for two years. She currently serves as the Communication Director of Operations and will be the department’s first public information officer.
The Graham City Council has been working with a consultant to find the best water conservation option and using effluent appears to be the most cost effective and efficient plan.
A Christmas in July celebration will conclude the month-long CanPaign from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday (July 25) at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Academic Classroom Building courtyard, 3601 Fourth St. A presentation will be made to the South Plains Food Bank at 2:30 p.m.
Wawona Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots that were packed at its Cutler, California, warehouses between June 1 and July 12. Wawona believes the products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
James Powell worked as the children's chaplain at Covenant for 17 years.
A powerful storm that ripped through a Virginia campground on Thursday killed two people and injured at least 20, State Police spokeswoman Corinne Geller told CNN.
The International Cultural Center (ICC) at Texas Tech University will hold a public art reception for its summer photo exhibit “Putting on the Dog: the dog as subject in fine art photography.”
An elderly Big Spring woman was stabbed, sexually assaulted and left for dead on the side of the road last Thursday is continuing to recover at an Odessa hospital.
A San Angelo man is facing felony charges in connection with the assault of an elderly man early Wednesday morning in the 300 block of South Irving.
A sizzling Thursday afternoon ahead of us as high temperatures climb well into the 90s. Another punch of heat this weekend before a cold front moves in by Monday. KAMC's Kristen Currie has a look at this week's 7Day forecast.
Lex Dooley with Texas Tech Physicians: Pediatrics discusses the importance and expectations of a child well check.
Courtney Kattner stops by KLBK This Morning to talk about the upcoming Just Between Friends sale, all ahead of the new school year.
Volunteers needed at the Orchard so the Food Bank doesn't lose apples this season.
There are some kids who wish to meet Mickey Mouse.
Lubbock, Texas - As a young girl, Lubbock native, Katelyn Rhodes had aspirations divergent from the norm. Her goal was to become a professional soccer player. Unfortunately, the fact remained that most soccer talent from Lubbock was overlooked. Although a lofty aspiration, she didn't allow the geographical challenges of west Texas to keep her from accomplishing her dreams.
Lubbock Police released surveillance images Wednesday of a man suspected of stealing a weed eater from the back of someone’s pickup truck on July 5.
The City of Eastland, Texas, banned the use, possession, and sale of electronic cigarettes to minors. But Mayor Glen Robertson says don't expect a ban like that to come here anytime soon.
Dixie Little League team is concerned by the mosquitoes bothering them during practice.
One local business owner says he is concerned for his employee's safety after reports of a man aggressively asking for money approaches female employees going to their cars at night.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said four people died Monday in a two-vehicle wreck 20 miles south of Perryton.
KAMC's Allison Morrison brings you today's top health and medical stories.
Lubbock Police on Wednesday released video of a chase on Sunday night. According to a police report, an officer tried to stop Roger Rosanda Reyes, 38.
One person is in police custody after what appeared to be a deadly beating. UPDATED 7/23/14 5:56 pm
The Texas Department of State Health Services is hosting a community conversation with Lubbock community leaders.
A few of Lubbock’s finest will exchange their handcuffs for aprons on Thursday, July 24.
School districts across Texas are under the second year of a new rule to limit full-contact football practice to no more than 90 minutes per week.
EMS and police responded to an accident about 1:00 pm Wednesday when a van hit a worker who was paining lines near 98th Street and University Avenue.
Police noticed a suspicious vehicle as they responded to a burglary report. Three suspects were arrested.
A Saint Jo police officer, Steven Bret Nabors, 34, was arrested for a class-A misdemeanor charge of official oppression.
On Tuesday the grand jury indicted Byron Whitfield, 27, who was accused of attacking two EMS workers on June 27 while under the influence of synthetic marijuana.
A United flight traveling from Houston to El Paso on Tuesday was forced to land in Midland, according to airport officials. The flight was diverted because the pilots had “timed out,” an official said.
Above average temperatures continue Wednesday afternoon with upper 90s and low triple digits expected area-wide. The good news? Cooler temps and better rain chances arrive by the start of our next work week. KAMC's Kristen Currie has the details.
KAMC brings you all of the top stories in gizmos and gadgets in this week's Technology Tuesday.
Gov. Rick Perry today set Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, as the special election date to fill the Texas State Senate District 28 seat, vacated by Sen. Robert Duncan
Recent bill increases had many viewers wondering what had changed in their SPEC payments. Our investigation discovered that their payment increases might have been caused by the weather.
A car and bike show will benefit the family of an 8-year-old girl and her grandmother who were killed in a crash near Anton July 14.
DCPD officer Ryan Taylor shot and killed Amy Reyna in fall of 2013, after a high-speed pursuit that ended in New Mexico. Taylor and DCPD, along with Yoakum and Lea Counties, are all the subject of a wrongful death suit filed by Reyna's mother.
Lubbock Police on Tuesday released surveillance images of three suspects “wanted for questioning involving the forging of checks.”