The school and community gathered to send the girls basketball team off to the state finals Tuesday morning.
“Blowing snow, drifting snow, and whiteout conditions are possible,” Ron Roberts said.
State Senator Charles Perry of Lubbock said Monday evening he will propose legislation to protect lawful owners of gun silencers from conflicting legislation.
KAMC's Allison Morrison and Maggie Dinizio weed out the facts from the fibs in today's health news. Today's topics include high intensity workouts & diabetes, breast density and coffee & your heart.
The exhibition will display local student work that showcases the creativity and talent of youth artists from Idalou and Sudan.
The check presentation ceremony occurred during halftime of the Lady Raiders women’s basketball game against the Texas Longhorns on Saturday, Feb. 21 at the USA
The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at Lakeridge UMC Fellowship Hall, 4701 82nd Street.
IHOP® restaurants celebrate a 'decade of giving' with free pancakes on national pancake day, Tuesday, March 3.
Despite the clouds sticking around today, temperatures will warm into the upper 50s. Chances of rain showers start this evening.
In the past four days alone, the City of Lubbock estimates they've spent between $50,000-$75,000 simply on overtime labor to try and keep the streets clear and passable.
Warmer Tuesday invaded by cold Wednesday Weather
NTS Communications announced that Cyrus Driver has been appointed Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors.
Car experts agree it's best to wash your car frequently during the winter. Local car washes say they may close when it's below freezing, but it doesn't halt business.
Homes were evacuated in Snyder near the Kinder Morgan gas processing complex Monday afternoon.
Winter Blues hit Hub City, residents could suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, or seasonal depression.
The United States Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition from death row inmate Joe Franco Garza of Lubbock.
Lubbock Police have released their annual report on their traffic stops, broken down by race.
Lubbock Police say three people wanted as persons of interest in a vehicle burglary turned out to be victims and not suspects.
13-year-old Zach Wilkinson beat Hodgkin's Lymphoma once, only to have it return within 6-weeks. He and his mother Amy are continuing their fight and now the Lubbock community is joining in by buying t-shirts.
Daylight Saving Time returns on Sunday, March 8, at 2:00 a.m. Central Time.
Currently, 23 states and the District of Columbia have implemented laws legalizing marijuana in some form. Texas native Lydia Decker, 47, has been fighting lawmakers to add the Lone Star State to the list since 2010.
A Lubbock man died in a crash Sunday evening in Upton County according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
This year's Show will feature multiple vendors with booths on display highlighting trends in the home and garden industries.
How to achieve a simple, yet beautiful, everyday makeup look.
The Lubbock Police Department on Monday released information and pictures on the department’s Facebook page related to a vandalism case on February 4.
Lemonade Day is empowering tomorrow's entrepreneurs by teaching them to start, own and operate their very own business - a lemonade stand.
A cloudy and cool day ahead of us. Moisture will be sticking around throughout the day today bringing a chance of drizzle.
Weather Related Announcements for Monday, March 2.
What if your child was living with one of the rarest diseases in the world? KAMC News spoke with a local Lubbock family who has been personally impacted by a rare disease.
Lubbock Police and the Department of Public Safety are warning drivers to stay off of the roads following Thursday's snow storm. By Sunday, the road conditions appeared better, but LPD and DPS continued to warn drivers to be extra cautious.
Texas Tech University Senior Associate Dean of the Rawls College of Business Administration, Debra Laverie, Ph.D., lost her appeal in a lawsuit filed against her by Chaired Professor in Information Technology James Wetherbe, Ph.D.
Last week Fitch Ratings assigned a AAA rating to $78.1 million of Lubbock-Cooper ISD debt based on a guarantee from the Texas Permanent School Fund and an underlying AA rating to the district itself.
In January, Mary Irene Mendoza filed a lawsuit against Nora Marquez and Nora's Mexican Restaurant seeking “monetary relief of over $100,000 but not more than $200,000.”
Councilwoman Gibson encourages citizens to attend whichever meeting best suits their schedule, and to call 775-3031 with any questions regarding the meeting
The Lubbock Public Library has several events scheduled from March 1-5 at the various branches across the city.
Lubbock ISD broke ground on the new school, located at 6705 Joliet, back in September 2013. Faculty and students moved into the new school in early January 2015.
Starting Sunday, the state of Texas will stop issuing vehicle inspection stickers and change to a “Two Steps, One Sticker” inspection and registration program.
According to a website called ziprecruiter.com, Lubbock and the South Plains offer Texas Tech graduates the sixth best job market in the nation for college graduates.
Last week the Texas Medical Board released information about the discipline of 45 physicians statewide including one in Lubbock.
The following are weather-related announcements for Sunday, March 1.
Some local businesses were forced to close their doors due to poor road and weather conditions.
LUBBOCK, Texas – Due to the recent inclement weather and sustained low temperatures in the Lubbock area, Sunday’s baseball game between Texas Tech and Sacramento State will be a closed to the public due to safety concerns with all seating areas at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
The latest weather webcast from the KAMC HD Storm Team Weather Lab.
LUBBOCK, TX -- This afternoon Texas Tech defeated Oklahoma State on senior night, 63-62.
Lubbock Fire Rescue was called out to the report of a child that fell through the ice of the playa lake in Charles A. Guy Park, 8500 Memphis Avenue, late Saturday morning.
Lubbock responded to a report of a robbery at an extended stay hotel.
The event was originally scheduled for Saturday, February 28 but was postponed due to inclement winter weather.
Pre-registration by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10th is required. For more information and registration, please call 806.775.3562.
LUBBOCK, TX -- Texas Tech’s doubleheader scheduled for Saturday against Sacramento State has been cancelled. The Red Raiders will play Sacramento State on Sunday, March 1 at 11:30 a.m. – weather pending – for the final game of the Red Raiders and Hornets non-conference series.
The following are weather-related announcements for Saturday, February 28.