An Abilene was arrested after being accused of throwing a machete at his wife during an incident early Sunday morning.
Thursday night the Texas Department of Transportation will host a third public meeting regarding a proposed outer loop (or outer route) project.
The most recent numbers show that the suicide rate in San Angelo has been above the statewide average for the past 14 years.
KAMC's Allison Morrison & Kristen Currie weed out the facts from the fibs in the today's health news. Today's topics: cancer screenings, urology surgery, and the effects of good neighbors.
Lubbock police are investigating an overnight car accident that killed one person. UPDATED for name of victim
Abilene Police have taken a man into custody for threatening police after he screamed at children and daycare workers from outside the building.
A tractor trailer crash resulted in a four vehicle accident Tuesday morning in Nolan County, including one of the vehicles splitting the initial wrecked tractor trailer in half.
A foggy and humid start to our Tuesday with temperatures looking to climb into the low 90s by this afternoon. Today's forecast includes a chance for a few isolated storms... KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us where in today's weather webcast.
KAMC helps you save and make better use of that money in your pocket in this week's Money Monday.
Former Swisher County Sheriff Emilio Benavidez will serve 30 days in county jail and pay a $500 fine following his guilty plea on Monday to a charge of official oppression.
Cody Guss, 37, of Portales pleaded guilty last week in federal court in a murder-for-hire plot. Guss admitted he used a telephone to make a deal across state lines to have his wife killed.
A local couple was hit by a truck Sunday evening when they were crossing the Marsha Sharp turnaround at Quaker Avenue.
Lubbock County is warning residents about a recent jury scam that has been brought to their attention.
Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis spoke to fans and the media at a Lubbock home, Monday night. This marks the Democrat's first trip to the Hub City, since declaring her campaign for the governorship last fall.
Odessa Police arrested Cesar Ulate, 19, on a charge of capital murder Friday for the July 29 shooting death of Gabriel Castillo, 23, in Floyd Gwin Park.
Lubbock Police arrested Danny Jordan in connection to his wife Shelley's homicide investigation. Her was body was found in field off North Frankford Thursday afternoon. Those remains were positively identified Friday by the Medical Examiner.
Wichita Falls Area Food Bank officials say the number of hungry active duty and veteran personnel in the area mirrors the national numbers.
Texas Tech University’s Center for Active Learning and Undergraduate Engagement (CALUE) will host the third annual Red Raider Palapalooza.
Clint Lee Aston, 22, of Lubbock was arrested Sunday morning on a charge of intoxication assault after a motorcycle accident at 98th Street and Quaker Avenue. UPDATED for police statement
A Midland man, Modesta Mesa, 68 died after he was run over by his own 2007 GMC pickup truck in his driveway Saturday.
LISD introduces 'Trust Line' to students for the 2014-2015 school year, as a place students can anonymously call to get help.
Dianna Jackson, a librarian at Cooper High School in Lubbock-Cooper ISD, will return to a top leadership position in her professional association as she heads back to school for 2014-15.
The Department of Public Safety on Sunday released the names of the victims killed in a small plane crash around midnight near Ranger.
A quiet work week ahead of us as sunshine & 90s take over the forecast for the next several days. A few isolated storms are still possible in the late afternoon hours... KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us where in today's weather webcast.
A motorcyclist was transported to a local hospital with critical injuries after hitting a parked car overnight.
An experimental vaccine to prevent the mosquito-spread virus Chikungunya is showing promise.
A second-year medical student, James Doherty, sued the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center last week, and he seeks an emergency restraining order against the university.
Drought conditions on the South Plains slightly worsened in the first half of August according to the weekly Drought Monitor released by the USDA and other federal agencies.
Lubbock County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a man after a high-speed chase that at times exceeded 100 miles per hour Sunday afternoon.
A federal grand jury last week indicted Benita Rochelle Johnson, 40, of Littlefield for identity theft and other charges.
Freddie Jenkins, 44, of Pearsall pleaded guilty Friday in Lubbock federal court to one count of threatening the President of the United States.
Hope Lutheran Church and School last week announced Eric Hiner will be the new pastor.
The federal government recently updated its 2014 High Plains cotton crop to come in at 4.4 million bales.
The City of Lubbock will consider a completely new way of calculating storm water fees and the public is invited to make comments on the proposal at a public meeting on September 4, at 1:30 inside City Hall.
Former Swisher County Sheriff Emilio Benavidez is expected to plead guilty to official oppression charges Monday. The charges stem from a 2011 incident in which Benavidez allegedly exposed himself to a female employee.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry calling his indictment politically motivated, vowed Saturday to fight charges he abused his power by trying to pressure a district attorney to resign.
Department of Public Safety Sergeant Mark Helton says the 1974 twin-engine Cessna 414 crashed around 3:40 p.m. near Lone Star Road off Highway 59 on a family's private property about a mile north of Bowie Municipal Airport.
Licenses for the 2014-15 hunting and fishing seasons went on sale Friday, August 15. The current year Texas hunting and fishing licenses (except year-to-date fishing licenses) will expire Aug. 31.
KAMC Chief Meteorologist Ron Roberts is the latest Lubbockite to take the Ice Bucket Challenge to fight ALS on Saturday.
One man faces felony charges after police say he ran from police before charging at them and trying to get rid of multiple bags full of cocaine.
With summer winding down, the Parks and Recreation department will be closing all City pools for the swim season on Monday, August 18, 2014.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold several vaccination clinics for both adults and children during the week of August 18, 2014.
Calling all dogs! Clapp Pool will again be hosting the K-9 SplashFest on Sunday, August 17, 2014, from 1:00-5:00 p.m.
The fire occurred at the Church on the Rock, which is located at 10503 Slide Road.
Thousands of students and their families will begin moving into residence halls this weekend in preparation for the Fall 2014 semester.
Please help us start our annual Petersburg Day weekend celebration. It has become a tradition at this time to honor our US Armed Forces personnel.
Join us for a day of sun and fun at the Sun 'N Fun Festival. It's a party in the park with lots of fun family friendly activities
KAMC brings you the stories to keep your families strong, fit, wise and vigilant.
Friday night, the speedway honored the race car driver by running reverse laps before their race in Lubbock.
Board of Health discusses smoke free ordinance, emerging designer drugs people should look out for and a way for retired nurses and doctors to volunteer with projects within the community.