Most college kids are very busy, but some are still taking time to give back.
Garrett Royal, 18, was hunting mule deer Tuesday evening when he accidentally shot a deer and the bullet diverted toward a man.
Much of the Black Friday madness on the South Plains will actually start on Thanksgiving this year. Some folks say the trend is getting out of hand...but others say, bring it on.
As the holiday season is kicking off on Thanksgiving, the one member of the Lubbock Professional Firefighters Association visited KLBK to give some demonstrations on how to stay safe in the kitchen.
Darla Deckard was hit Tuesday afternoon while working at Miller Elementary.
Hundreds of people from Lubbock, cities all over Texas and from many other states will begin their holiday of giving thanks with a turkey trot.
A hunting accident in Hale County early Tuesday evening injured a man one mile west of Amigo Road and Farm to Market Road 179.
A 57-year-old Lubbock, Texas, resident appeared in federal court Tuesday and pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas.
Holiday shoppers can avoid the crowds and look for unique gifts on Saturday, December 6, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. as the Copper Rawlings Community Center .
Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson spoke exclusively to Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday.
Kids will love sitting on Santa’s knee and sharing their Christmas wishes. Families will enjoy holiday crafts, a delicious brunch, and taking pictures with Santa.
Coffee with the Mayor will take place at Peet’s inside the United Market Street at 19th St. & Quaker Ave.
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, regularly scheduled trash pickup will not occur on Thursday, November 27 or Friday, November 28.
Come to Safety City on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 'pre-burn' your Thanksgiving calories.
City of Lubbock offices will resume regular business hours on Monday, December 1.
High temperatures are expected to reach the mid- to upper 50s Wednesday afternoon under a clear, sunny sky. But for those traveling for the holiday, uncooperative weather in other parts of the nation may pose a problem. KAMC's Kristen Currie shows us what we need to watch out for on the roads this week while out on the road.
Charlie Pitner joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about his coat drive helping those in need this winter season.
Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson discussed his account of the moment he shot and killed black teenager Michael Brown in an exclusive interview with ABC News.
Police said a shoplifting case became a robbery when the suspect shoplifted and then made use of a machete.
Councilman Jeff Griffith gave KLBK a tour of the Omni Building in downtown Lubbock Tuesday, and discussed options for a building now owned by the city.
The new owner of Yellow Cab in Lubbock said they got their paperwork from the city and will start service again on Wednesday, November 26th.
Some local businesses have received phone calls recently, where the caller claims to be an LP&L rep. They tell you that you are behind on your payment and that you have 45 minutes before your power cuts off.
Texas Tech Associate Professor and author of "Retail Category Management", Deborah Fowler, has been watching retail trends for Black Friday since 2002. She predicts this years sales to be a "blockbuster year".
The athletic department said they are not into making a profit, but they need to be self funded and independent from the university.
Millions of people will travel to spend their Thanksgiving holiday with loved ones and the American Red Cross has steps they can follow to help make sure they have a safe trip.
The sheriff’s office said there was a one-vehicle rollover killing one person and injuring two others.
Kim Bradley, Covenant ER nurse continues battling cancer after surviving her open heart surgery in July and readmission to the hospital. Bradley said she is thankful for her family and community.
The Sheriff’s Office has been experiencing intermittent failures with the non-emergency administrative phone numbers those beginning with the prefix of 775, which affects our Communications Center as well as the Detention Center.
Lubbock Police on Tuesday asked for help to locate a missing person, Steven Daugherty, 49, who was last seen at 7:30 am Monday. UPDATE, Daugherty has been found.
Josue Reyna, added to the Texas 10 Most Wanted fugitives list in August 2012, was taken into custody on November 18, 2014, by the Del Rio Police Department at the Del Rio International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas.
Door-to-door organizers for Texas Campaign for the Environment (TCE) are returning to Lubbock as part of the group’s effort to build support for improving recycling and waste reduction throughout the state.
Postal services are still available at 2,845 locations nationwide through Self Service Kiosks. Most are available 24 hours each day, including holidays.
The holiday season is rapidly approaching, and Xcel Energy recommends some safety tips for decorating and appliance maintenance.
Scammers impersonating Xcel Energy agents target victims during busy hours, most often over the phone, and tell customers to make a payment or have their service turned off.
The Texas Department of Public Safety released information Tuesday after the death of three people – including two corrections officers – in a Monday morning crash 10 miles southwest of Lamesa.
Thanksgiving is a pertinent time to focus public attention on the prevalence of hunger in Texas and the ways we can help our neighbors in need
The U.S. economy grew at a faster pace in the third quarter than originally reported, another sign that the recovery is picking up speed.
Operation St. Nick is designed to curb the increase in property crimes spurred by the upcoming holiday season by the implementation of added patrols in the rural areas.
Melinda Brown has been selected by Andrew Freeman, Assistant City Manager, as the next Main Street Manager for the City of Plainview.
Afternoon highs will keep to the 50s over the next couple of days before a string of 60s kicks off on Thanksgiving. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more on our holiday weekend warm-up.
Now that the elections are over, its time to get down to business. So as the Texas lawmakers head to Austin, they are set to vote on a dozen bills—one of those hot button issues is the Driver Responsibility Program.
Thanksgiving Eve, dubbed by some as "Blackout Wednesday," is increasingly becoming a high-risk evening when it comes to underage drinking, and drunk driving. Locally, both TABC and DPS are preparing for the holiday weekend.
A member with the 100 Black Men of West Texas said Monday that the decision out of Ferguson, MO in the death of Michael Brown is a chance for an honest conversation about race.
A grand jury in a suburb of St. Louis made a decision to not criminally charge a police officer in the shooting of Michael Brown.
The Coppell, Texas based retailer filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection back in October 12, 2014.
Abbott, currently the attorney general in Texas, said he's reaching out to other governors and top state attorneys about joining the expected lawsuit.
Thornberry is a member of the House Armed Services Committee and will chair the committee in the upcoming 114th Congress.
Frenship Independent School District ranks as the 34th best school district in the state of Texas according to the Niche ratings report of school districts released last week.
DPS troopers will be patrolling Texas roadways throughout the holiday weekend to promote safety and identify dangerous drivers
Almost 90 percent of travelers (41.3 million) will celebrate the holiday with a road trip and likely will enjoy the lowest Thanksgiving gas prices in five years