The parents of a 5-year-old boy who received chemical burns from his school are now suing the school district.
The Alliance for Women and Children is pleased to announce Elizabeth Smart as the keynote speaker for the 12th Annual Fall Luncheon on Thursday, September 18, 2014.
The Lubbock County Medical Examiner released a statement Tuesday concerning the death of Dalton Debrick, 18.
Central Lubbock man Robert Ramirez Senior was shot and killed on early morning of Sept. 5th. his son Robert Ramirez Junior was hospitalized and since been released. His family has made shirts in his memory.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics: brand name vs. generic statins, emergency room wait times and the link between dairy products and Type Two Diabetes.
An Odessa woman faces charges after police say she hit her 68-year-old sister in the head with a vase and bit her several times on both cheeks.
The wife of Jeffrey Johnson, 33, said he was suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder before he was shot and killed by an Abilene police officer.
As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week, TxDOT is demonstrating the proper ways to install safety seats.
Tropical Storm Odile continues to pump plentiful moisture over the Desert Southwest -- reaching as far east as us here in the South Plains. KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us who will be looking at significant rain today & what is to come in the next few days.
On September 15, 2014 at approximately 9:03 p.m. the Texas Tech Police Department was notified by University Medical Center of an assault alleged to have occurred on campus.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. A local survivor speaks out about the importance of getting tested.
During his tenure in the Texas State Senate, Texas Tech Chancellor Robert Duncan co-authored bills in inspired by Tim Cole, and the injustice suffered by both Cole and his family. Cole was a Texas Tech undergrad wrongfully convicted of rape in 1980s, and his name was only cleared after he died in prison.
Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, was reinstated Monday morning after he was indicted by a grand jury in Conroe Texas for child abuse allegations.
Nga Lone Aung, 38, was indicted last week for a double murder in Northeast Amarillo in June.
The new location for the Godeke Branch Library is still a work in progress, and not ready to open just yet.
The warrant shows Richard Dickerson admitted to bargaining with victims to expose themselves to him, if they bought too many toys.
The West Texas Home Builders Association will host this year’s Fall Tour of Homes September 20-21st and 27-28th.
State Representative Tom Craddick of Midland and Jeannie Brown of Wellman - the mother of Alex Brown - were among those to kick off a campaign against texting & driving Sunday in Midland.
A San Angelo woman met her daughter for the first time in 32 years - an emotional reunion witnessed by 20,000 people in Houston.
An Abernathy family was notified Saturday that their Daughter, Sgt. Virginia Caballero, passed away in Illinois. It's possible that it was caused by a blood clot traveling to her heart.
A man wanted last week by Wichita Falls Police, Larry Garcia, 47, was arrested late Sunday night.
Volunteers held an event Saturday called Stand Down to help homeless veterans in the Permian Basin get back on their feet.
United Supermarkets raised more than $96,000 for the Lubbock Area United Way.
On the heels of New York Fashion Week, we're talking about one of beauty's hottest trends right now -- bold brows -- in today's Makeover Monday.
Plentiful moisture pumped north by Hurricane Odile looks to trigger a few days of rain chances -- today through Wednesday -- across the South Plains. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on when and where we can expect these showers in today's weather webcast.
Nancy Sharp and Tammy Edmonson join the KLBK This Morning team to talk about College and Career Night for all students and parents in the area.
Governor Rick Perry, Attorney General Greg Abbott, and Wendy Davis, are just a few of the state leaders that are expected to attend Wednesday's unveiling of the Tim Cole statue.
Police were called to a robbery at Kwik-O-Food 1500, East Broadway Street, at about 8:45 pm Sunday.
Richard Dickerson, 61, of Lubbock was indicted last week for indecency with a child. UPDATED for statement from TTUHSC
The International Cultural Center (ICC) of Texas Tech University welcomes Vijay Gupta as he presents “Why Music Education Is Essential.”
The City of Lubbock’s Electric Utility Board on Tuesday will consider its policy on the handling of confidential information.
Through the Texas Tech String Project, underprivileged Lubbock Independent School District (LISD) students learn to play string instruments at a reduced cost. Instructors are music and education majors at Texas Tech.
According to the Plainview Daily Herald, sugarcane aphids have been found in Floyd County, which is bad news for local farmers.
Xcel Energy’s subsidiary, Southwestern Public Service Company, announced last week it is seeking up to 200 megawatts of solar power for the region.
Numbers released last week by the Texas Comptroller’s office showed Lubbock had a 10.24 percent increase in sales tax allocation for August as compared to the same time last year.
Texas Tech University has the 17th best master’s degree program in the nation according to a website called masters-in-accounting.org.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of September 15, 2014:
Abilene Police said Saturday that an investigation by their officers and Texas Rangers continued after an officer-involved shooting.
New Mexico State Police said released a statement Saturday concerning a deadly crash the night before on New Mexico State Road 2 near Hagerman.
NFL star Adrian Peterson turned himself in to authorities early Saturday in east Texas.
The ceremony will be held at the USDA Facility on the Northwest corner of Fourth Street and Texas Tech Parkway from 9:30 – 10:00 a.m.
Texas Tech will be implementing changes for ADA parking beginning with Saturday's game against Arkansas and those changes will be effective for the remainder of the 2014 season.
Grab a blanket, pack up the kids and watch a movie out under the stars at Maxey Park one last time in 2014!
The second annual Texas South Plains Honor Flight golf tournament will be held Sept. 15 at the Rawls Golf Course on the Texas Tech University campus.
The Festival welcomes all artists to be a part of this year's event as they display and sell their work, which can include a variety of different media.
Saturday, September 13, 2014 is the 6th Pioneer Day event in Paducah Texas sponsored by the Cottle County Leadership Forum (CCLF).
Find your team's score here.
Online records from the Lubbock County Detention Center and Lubbock County court system showed Martin “Nicholas” Coppola, 50, was charged Tuesday evening with evading arrest by motor vehicle and unlawful carrying of a weapon.
The Coronado High School Varsity Football Team is supporting one of their mentors, Pastor Jon Randles, during his battle with pancreatic cancer. They created stickers with Randles initials to wear on their football helmets, to remind Randle that he is not alone in his fight.