A car and bike show will benefit the family of an 8-year-old girl and her grandmother who were killed in a crash near Anton July 14.
DCPD officer Ryan Taylor shot and killed Amy Reyna in fall of 2013, after a high-speed pursuit that ended in New Mexico. Taylor and DCPD, along with Yoakum and Lea Counties, are all the subject of a wrongful death suit filed by Reyna's mother.
Lubbock Police on Tuesday released surveillance images of three suspects “wanted for questioning involving the forging of checks.”
A judge ruled Tuesday morning that five dogs and a cat will remain in the custody of Animal Services after allegations of neglect.
The owner of P&R Surge, Henry Martinez, reacted to the Monday night robbery of his business which included two suspects firing shots after they robbed an employee.
As of Monday night there is one less prospective candidate to represent Lubbock and surrounding areas at the state capitol in Austin.
Local bikers are partnering up with University Medical Center to collect toys for sick children at the hospital.
An east Lubbock business was robbed late Monday night and police are looking for the people responsible.
On Monday, State Rep. Charles Perry publicly commended Governor Rick Perry's decision to deploy 1,000 National Guard troops to help further secure the border. Rep Perry says he believe the move is a much need step towards protecting the citizens of Texas.
KAMC's Bryan Mudd talks about putting together Saturday's awesome fundraiser.
First responders extinguish a structure fire at a Lubbock residence Monday evening.
A trash truck crashed Monday morning along Farm to Market Road 1729 one mile west of New Deal.
Kevin Boudreaux, 57, was jailed Monday in lieu of $20,000 bond amid allegations that he broke into his father’s house and choked him.
The suspect was taken into custody shortly after the incident by Plainview Police. He remained in custody Monday at the Hale County Correction Center.
The Door Christian Fellowship brings church outside this week with their tent revival.
There has been a hike in HIV and AIDS diagnoses in Lubbock County, but not as much as the Texas Department of State Health Services previously announced.
In her former position as Property Manager in the City’s Real Estate Division, Diana Farris was accused of taking eight customer cash payments between September of last year and May of this year.
At the end of June, Uber, an app-based taxi service in Lubbock and other cities, was told by the City Secretary’s office that it was not complying with city ordinances. City officials said Monday that Uber is still not complying.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to make roadway repairs to the University Avenue bridge on south Loop 289, beginning Monday, July 21.
Roadways in Bailey, Castro, Cochran, Dawson, Gaines, Garza, Hale, Hockley, Lamb, Lubbock, Parmer, Terry and Swisher counties maintenance work.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said Weldon Pat Oden, 71, of Blackwell died Sunday when his single-engine aircraft crashed in Nolan County.
A small coalition of Lubbock photographers has combined forces to launch an innovative way to buy stock photography on the net.
The Ector County Sheriff’s Department on Monday morning released the name of a man who was found dead Friday night.
The first sign of cancer for Matt Crow was a cough and a raspy voice.
Chase Newsome of Amarillo was awarded an opportunity that most people never get. He was chosen as a Capitol Hill intern for Congressman Mac Thornberry.
The Lubbock Disaster Relief Network is inviting faith-based groups to a meeting Tuesday, July 22, at 7:00 pm at Oakwood United Methodist Church, 2215 58th Street.
The Lubbock City Council will decide Thursday if Tobacco Road, 2908 Parkway Drive, can have a variance to sell alcohol less than 300 feet from the former Bozeman Elementary School.
On Thursday the Lubbock City Council will be asked to approve $167,111 for new playground equipment at Hoel Park, 9002 Chicago Avenue.
The City of Lubbock will spend up to $500,000 to replace the roof at Municipal Hill, which was damaged in a June 2013 wind storm.
The City of Lubbock’s proposed five-year housing plan says housing has become less affordable in Lubbock than it was in the year 2000.
Federal agents and Lubbock County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested two people last week who were accused of bringing 11 pounds (five kilos) of methamphetamine from Phoenix, Arizona to Lubbock.
The historic Granada Theater, 812 Broadway Street in Plainview, will host four concerts over the Labor-Day weekend for both fundraising and public awareness of the effort to revitalize the theater in downtown Plainview.
The Texas Department of Transportation said Alonso Nunez, 32, of Hockley County was killed in a one-vehicle crash near Smyer.
Several hundred people raced and crawled through mud and water on Saturday to be victorious at this year’s “Buffalo Battle.”
A group of four Texas Tech University professors were the driving forces behind a report commissioned by the Texas Pipeline Association (TPA) to show the economic impact the Texas oil and gas pipeline industry has on the state.
Two Texas lawmakers have put their party affiliations aside and are attempting to present a bill that would curb the escalating crisis of unaccompanied minors crossing the border
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children during the week of July 21, 2014.
LISD and United Supermarkets will host the kickoff for the area-wide “Supply Our Schools” (SOS) school supply Drive on Thursday, July 24.
Growing and maintaining top-flight turf will be in the spotlight on July 21 as Texas Tech University hosts a Turfgrass Field Day at the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources’ Quaker Research Farm.
Wienerschnitzel restaurants in Lubbock are celebrating the anniversary of the restaurant chain and National Hot Dog Month with a special offer for customers.
The Science Spectrum will be celebrating the tradition by putting a "fun science spin" on the event this Sunday from 2:00 to 4:30pm in its lobby with free Cold Science activities.
The City of Lubbock Street Department will begin to reconstruct the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Erskine Street on Monday.
South Plains College will host the 2013-14 Evening Police Academy graduation Tuesday (July 22) at 6 p.m. in the Sundown Room in the Student Services Building on the Levelland campus.
Hundreds will pedal from Midland, to Big Spring and on to Post this weekend to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis.
The Lubbock Board Of Health voted Friday to begin taking steps to increase the punishment for possession of a synthetic drug from a misdemeanor charge to a felony charge.
After a fatal accident killed two people Monday on Highway 84, DPS officers are sharing their tips for avoiding these deadly accidents.
More and more apartment complexes continue to appear as Lubbock continues to grow to make up for older housing in the city.
The Department of Agricultural Education and Communication in the Texas Tech University College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources is hosting a workshop for farmers and ranchers on the use of social media to promote their businesses on Tuesday.
Painting with a Twist, an art and social studio in Lubbock will host a Painting with a Purpose charity event Sunday, July 20th to benefit the Vera Bradley Breast Foundation for Breast Cancer.
The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office is searching for elderly Shallowater man who has not been seen since Thursday, July 17. UPDATE