A fire damages a section of a Lubbock apartment complex in east Lubbock.
The Finance & Administration Committee of the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents today (March 5) approved a 2.18 percent net increase in tuition and fees for the 2015-16 academic year, pending full board approval Friday.
Shallowater High School is getting excited for Saturday, after the Fillies won their game Thursday afternoon.
Trinity Christian School and Athletic Director Jeremy McFerrin are excited to announce former Red Raider, Rodney Blackshear, as the new TCS Head Football Coach.
"Hands up, don't shoot" is now about more than the shooting that killed Michael Brown, but it's also not an accurate representation of the incident that sparked nationwide protests, federal investigators concluded in a report released Wednesday.
A lawsuit filed in Tarrant County alleging long-term sexual abuse of a 7th grader at Notre Dame Middle School in Wichita Falls seeks an award of more than $1 million.
Market Street will host a free Wedding Expo for future brides and grooms this Saturday and Sunday.
Insurance agent shares tips for dealing with insurance after winter weather accidents.
Anne and Tim Miller uprooted their lives from Nashville, Tennessee to move to Lubbock, when a television show found them compatible with the Hub City on FYI's new television series, My City's Just Not That Into Me.
On Wednesday the New Mexico State Police and New Mexico Motor Transportation Police Department responded to a vehicle crash involving a semi and a passenger car.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association's annual Shamrocks program has hit the halfway mark.
The 26th Annual Mayors' Bean & Cornbread Luncheon will be held on march 6th From 11 am to 1:30 pm at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Banquet Hall benefiting Hospice of Lubbock
For the first time, Texas Tech University hosted the Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) Summit.
Muleshoe ISD Superintendent Dr. Gene Sheets announced he will retire effective at the end of June to take a job in Lubbock.
The National Transportation Safety Board issued a ruling this week related to the deadly plane crash near Pampa in June of 2013.
The Clovis High School Wildcadette Dance Team recently competed at the Champion Dance Nationals in Orlando, Florida.
Federal agents seized $15,274.43 paid to a Lubbock business called Invisible Windows.
KAMC's Allison Morrison sits down with Dr. Surendra Varma with Texas Tech Physicians: Pediatrics to discuss growth hormone use in children.
The day was one of the two designated snow days on the Lubbock ISD academic calendar.
Here are the weather-related announcements for Thursday, March 5.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said Jason Michael Gentry, 38, of Jefferson was critically injured in a one-car rollover Wednesday evening.
Icy roads and frigid temperatures to start off the day, but sunshine will make it's return and temperatures will gradually rise.
TxDOT explains how they prioritize treating the roads that fall under their jurisdiction here in the South Plains.
The Texas Tech organization that helps Make-A-Wish grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions will use their feet to fund raise.
Texas Tech coaching legend Larry Hays is one of eight individuals that make up the 2015 National College Baseball Hall of Fame induction class, the organization announced today.
The Recovery Roundtable radio talk show hit local airwaves last week to share a new perspective of addiction and the journey of recovery.
Here are the weather-related announcements for Wednesday, March 4.
Snowy weather in the South Plains has led for a boom in business for outdoor stores like the Outdoorsman and Ski Lubbock.
Lubbock International Airport was forced to shutdown their runways Wednesday afternoon, citing poor visibility.
Jail overcrowding is not a new issue, but Hockley County and other counties in the area continue to send inmates to other counties due to overcrowding.
Brownfield Police on Wednesday released the name of a suspect accused of driving an SUV into a building Tuesday afternoon – critically injuring a woman.
Texas Tech professor developed a non-woven fiber material for the D.O.D. and is now commercializing the product as a source of revenue for the university.
EverythingLubbock.com has put together a list of resources to prepare you for winter weather.
Several people were evacuated from their homes Tuesday night after suspicious barrels were found in an abandoned apartment. UPDATED
The defense team for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev made a stunning admission at the beginning of the accused Boston Marathon bomber’s trial today: “It was him.”
Two people have died after an early morning rollover on Wednesday. It happened around 12:30 near US 87 and FM 41, just south of Woodrow Road. UPDATED
On Monday water leaked from the ceiling of the passenger terminal at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport. The problem could happen again.
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All net proceeds from the Midland, Odessa, and Lubbock stores will be present to the Lubbock RMHC.
Temperatures will drop through the day today meaning this morning's rain is going to change over to a wintry mix then snow.
Watch the speech of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a joint session of Congress.
Family and friends gathered Tuesday night to remember and honor former Lubbock ISD Police Officer, Mitchell Hearn.
Leesa Swafford, 57, called Lubbock County Sheriff's Office early Tuesday morning to report that her next door neighbor of over 20 years had shot and killed her son's one year old dog.
EMS and Brownfield Police responded to the report of a van crashing into a building Tuesday afternoon in the 100 block of North D Street.
The recent snowfall has left a lot of areas wet and muddy. Local farmers say the snowy weather can have negative affects on roads, but the aftermath of the melted ice is good for their land.
The National Transportation Safety Board might or might not take another look into the February 3, 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, J.P. Richardson, Ritchie Valens, and the pilot, Roger Peterson.
Local law enforcement agencies say they're facing a national trend of struggling to hire new recruits. Some blame the recruitment shortage on recent, intense officer scrutiny in the media.
The City of Lubbock said they are on pothole patrol as the freeze-thaw cycle continues.
The YWCA of Lubbock has named Texas Tech University professor Michelle Pantoya to its Women of Excellence program for 2015.
Rep. Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) released a statement Wednesday reacting to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to a Joint Meeting of Congress.