An underage girl sent explicit pictures of herself to someone she thought was her own age.
A pickup truck once owned by a plumbing company in Texas has somehow found its way to the frontlines of Syria's civil war and been converted into an anti-aircraft weapon for Islamic militants.
The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday released the third in a series of wanted posters related to burglary cases.
This is the seventh year that the Roberts family of Andrews put up a light display at Christmas. But this this time it's different.
For the last 11 years the Taylor County Probations Department has given offenders the opportunity to shave off community service hours in exchange for a donation to the Toys for Tots fundraiser.
Congressman Randy Neugebauer (R) of Lubbock issued a statement Tuesday morning concerning a $1.1 trillion temporary spending bill that passed both houses of Congress.
Natalia Lawson with the Kingsgate Shopping Center joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about Christmas at Kingsgate.
Doctors at Covenant Health are looking to the arts for ways to bring comfort to patients. The new Art in Medicine program received a generous donation from Blue Star Connection. Covenant Health is their newest hospital to be given thousands of dollars worth of musical instruments for therapy. KLBK'S Brittany Escobar shows us how the program is helping already.
Midland Police confirmed Monday evening that two people died after a shooting at the home of an officer. The case is now under investigation as a possible murder/suicide.
State Representatives John Frullo and Dustin Burrows say they support the idea of licensed open carry, here in the state of Texas. However, others say the open carry of handguns can present issues, especially when it comes to the lack of weapon retention training for civilians.
Monday December 15th marks the busiest day of the year for shipping. U.S. Postal Service expects to move a record of 640 million pieces of mail, and Fed Ex says they expect Monday to be their busiest day in history.
It's not unusual for flu cases to start popping around this time, but experts say the amount of cases and severity has been increased.
The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office released two “wanted” posters Monday for men who are accused of burglarizing residences.
Local shelters said the number of pets being abandoned is on the rise as we enter the winter months.
After weeks of media headlines and scrutiny and a subsequent career downfall, Bill Cosby's wife, Camille, is speaking up and standing by her husband of 50 years.
Texas State Representative Joe Moody of El Paso introduced a bill Monday to reduce penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
Australian authorities stormed the cafe where a self-styled Muslim cleric had been holding hostages early Tuesday, killing the gunman and ending a crisis that had paralyzed central Sydney for hours.
The display was funded by private citizens as a part of the American Nativity Scene Committee and sponsored by State Representative John Frullo (R-Lubbock).
Gas prices below $2.00 have pushed their way south of the Red River.
Saturday evening, Amarillo Police responded to a reported robbery at the Wild Side Smoke Shop at 3612 West 6th Street.
An Amber Alert remained in effect Monday morning for missing child Ricardo Alekzander Lara, 4, who was discovered missing from Denton on Saturday.
Five people are dead after shootings in three communities in a county near Philadelphia in what a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation says was a domestic dispute.
Gunfire erupted early Tuesday at the Sydney cafe where a gunman has been holding hostages. Police could be seen throwing flash-bang grenades into the cafe in video aired by CNN affiliate Seven Network.
Just like our wardrobe, it is important to update our skincare routine as the seasons change to ensure that we are putting our best face forward.
Dr. Michael Roizen with the Cleveland Clinic has advice, especially during the holidays, for healthy habits that allow people to longer and healthier.
According to the website for the Brownfield News Sha’Colby Hill, a high school senior, has been returned to normal classes and is immediately eligible to practice and play on the Brownfield Cubs basketball team.
Federal officials last week filed a criminal complaint against Vincent Edward Reyes, 42, who was arrested by Muleshoe Police after a traffic stop.
According to the website for the Seminole Sentinel James Hudson, 57, from Houston was killed in an industrial accident.
The latest sales tax report from the State Comptroller last week showed a flurry of economic activity in Lubbock businesses.
The latest federal estimate of Lubbock area cotton shows the harvest will be slightly smaller than previously predicted. Cotton is Lubbock’s largest cash crop.
The City of Lubbock was sued last week after the deaths of two horses and the serious illness of a third.
A couple of roads will be closed from Monday (Dec. 15) through the holiday break, Texas Tech University announced.
Court documents revealed some of the pictures displayed children as young as 12-months old.
An Abilene man, Steven Deleon, 21, who pleaded guilty to robbing a 71-year-old woman, was sentenced in court Friday to 50 years in prison.
A 43-year-old Lubbock, Texas, resident appeared in federal court yesterday and pleaded guilty to one count of possession of prepubescent child pornography.
The sign-up dates are Monday and Wednesday.
The United Family is donating more than $4,200 in Lodge Cookware and Bakeware to West Texas and Dallas-Fort Worth charities chosen by guests.
Students with help from the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host the official grand opening of the Mustang Market Store Monday.
Lubbock Police arrested Derek Jesus Villa, 24, early Saturday morning for evading police after a vehicle chase and a foot chase.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of December 15, 2014:
At their December 11 meeting, Lubbock ISD trustees named John M. Martinez as the new principal of Mackenzie Middle School.
EverythingLubbock.com will often get recordings of 9-1-1 calls from Lubbock Police. Dispatchers say there is a common misunderstanding in some of the calls that sometimes makes it harder for dispatchers
The annual 34th street parade celebrates it's tenth year of festivities; changes route.
Brandon James Slaughter, 19, was charged with improper photography or visual recording.
The City of Wolfforth hosts the Winter Wonderland and the 6th annual Polar Express Christmas train ride.
The birds are flying in the flight path of Sheppard AFB jets, which poses a very dangerous threat to the aircrafts and pilots.
A mother and her two young children are taken to a Wichita Falls hospital after getting lodged underneath a semi Thursday morning.
The Odessa Police Department reports that a street racing incident Thursday afternoon resulted in a fatal traffic accident.
The fall 2014 graduating class will include 104 graduate candidates and 194 undergraduate.
U.S. Marines with the Lubbock area Toys for Tots campaign will pick up the bicycles at the account firm at 1:00 p.m. Friday afternoon.