The Lubbock Police Department says a pedestrian was transported to the hospital Thursday morning after being struck by a car.
Missed out on this morning's showers? We've got more on the way tonight. KAMC's Kristen Currie has the details on our soggy finish to the work week.
Laura Lappe joined KLBK This Morning's Brittany Escobar to talk about the 2014 Shallowater Stampede.
Members of the Texas Tech community gathered Wednesday evening to pray for the seven Texas Tech students who died in recent weeks.
The Department of Health Services released a notice on Wednesday morning, warning officials that hand sanitizer does not kill the specific strand of Enterovirus that has been hospitalizing children around the nation. The specific strand, known as Enterovirus D-68, has not been confirmed in Texas, but the Lubbock Department of Health is advising parents to take precautions.
Wednesday morning, 44 year old Joseph Jeffrey pleaded guilty to the 1991 murder of John Duncan. A local detective says Jeffrey wrote to him in July, confessing to the crime, and revealing details that only the killer would know.
President Obama will lay out his plan for combating the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) during a prime time speech from the White House on Wednesday, the White House announced Tuesday.
Dr. John Thomas took his 15th trip to Iraq last month and now shares his stories of ISIS devastation.
Joseph Howard Jeffrey, 44, was sentenced to 40 years in prison for a 1991 cold case murder in Central Lubbock. UPDATE
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said today that state sales tax revenue in August was $2.57 billion, up 7.5 percent compared to August 2013.
Karen Robertson, wife of Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson, has been released from University Medical Center after suffering a stroke on Sunday.
The Texas Agricultural Land Trust and the National Ranching Heritage Center will co-host the Landowner Forum: Tools and Strategies for Lesser Prairie-Chicken Recovery on September 11, 2014 at the National Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock. strategies available to them as part of the Lesser Prairie-Chicken recovery efforts.
Commissioner of Education Michael Williams has notified the U.S. Department of Education that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will submit an application for a federal preschool expansion grant.
The Texas Department of Agriculture announced today it will receive $317,600 in federal funding to help growers and handlers of organic agricultural products defray the costs of obtaining organic certification
Lubbock Aero confirms nine Blackhawk helicopters from Ft. Campbell made a stop in Lubbock Tuesday night.
The Semifinalists from Lubbock High School are: Joanna Chyu, Laura Cook, Eva Haraldsdottir, Kelly Jiang, Alma A. Martin and Kexin Yang.
A former exotic dancer has filed a lawsuit against Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, accusing him of sexual assault.
On 8/2/2014 the suspect fraudulently used a credit/debit card at the United Express at 1701 50th Street and the Walgreens on 50th Street and Avenue Q.
Western Texas College in Snyder has voluntarily dropped its nursing program due to low passing grades.
Our cold front has arrived! A slightly cooler Wednesday will only be the first of many cooler days ahead. KAMC's Kristen Currie has a look at just how far our temperatures will drop in today's weather webcast.
Rep. Charles Perry has unofficially won the District 28 State Senate Special Election, with 53% of the district-wide vote.
Click this story for results in the District 28 race to replace Robert Duncan as State Senator.
Click this story for a list of Vote Center locations on election day, September 9, 2014.
There may be changes to the way University of Texas El Paso fans can tailgate before football games because of a brawl Saturday evening before the UTEP vs Texas Tech game.
Every Wednesday in September, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Lubbock-area educators will receive half-off select bottles of wine and half-off shared plates.
The City of Lubbock has been ranked 56th overall among the 150 Best and Worst Cities for Hispanic Entrepreneurs in 2014.
Apple (AAPL) on Tuesday introduced two new iPhones, its long-awaited Apple Watch and a mobile payment system as part of a marketing blitz aimed at drumming up consumer excitement. Now the question is whether the new gear will live up to the hype.
Police ask for help in locating suspects of Friday morning shooting resulting in the death of Robert Ramirez, Sr.,44 after an early Friday morning shooting left Ramirez, Sr., dead and his son Robert Ramirez, Jr., 22, hospitalized at UMC. Police describe the suspects as two black males last seen driving a Dodge Magnum.
According to the Lubbock District Attorney's Office, 44 year old Joseph Jeffrey is expected to plead guilty to a 1991 murder, since gone cold. Court documents reveal Jeffrey struck John Duncan with a hard object, killing him in February of that year.
Karen Robertson, the First Lady of Lubbock, is recovering at University Medical Center after suffering a stroke on Sunday.
The Texas Rangers are now investigating the death of an 18-year-old inmate who died after attempting suicide over the weekend.
The campus ceremony will pay tribute to those who lost their lives.
Rawls College ranked third nationally in survey by College Atlas.
Texas Tech will be implementing changes for ADA parking beginning with Saturday's game against Arkansas and those changes will be effective for the remainder of the 2014 season.
ShredTech, Texas Tech’s new shredding and recycling service, is hosting a launch event to kick off its secure document disposal business.
The event celebrates a student’s entry into higher education.
We'll see a spike in our high temperatures Tuesday afternoon before a cold front keeps us below average for the next several days. KAMC's Kristen Currie has more details on this week's temperature slide.
Kylie and Ryan Murphy, both 20 years old, died in a car wreck in Burnet County last Friday. Monday evening, members from many of Tech's sororities and fraternities held a vigil to honor the Murphy's, both members of the Greek community on campus.
A man captured smart-phone video of a fight before the UTEP vs Texas Tech football game Saturday in El Paso. Viewer discretion should be used for violence and foul language.
Police say a man led LPD officers on precarious high speed pursuit Monday afternoon. Officers eventually tased and arrested the suspect outside a home in the Vintage Township neighborhood. His identity has yet to be released.
Despite being cut by the NFL's Baltimore Ravens amid domestic abuse allegations, Rice will probably get to keep most of the money he's been paid under his contract.
A respiratory virus caused fear across the country in the last week as it continued to put children in the hospital.
Locally operated locations of Chick-fil-A reacted to the death of company founder S. Truett Cathy Monday.
Students, faculty and Lubbock residents speak out over the tragedies Tech has faced this semester.
Despite negative comments and at least one negative opinion poll, Lubbock County Commissioners approved a pay raise for themselves and certain other elected officials on Monday.
A capital credits refund of $4 million was approved and will be proportionately returned to coop members.
The United States Department of Defense will auction 20,000 pounds of tires from military vehicles used by Dyess Air Force Base.
Longtime State Representative Delwin Jones improved from serious condition to fair condition according to Covenant Medical System.
Lubbock Police on Monday renewed their call for public help after two men – father and son – were shot early Friday morning in the 1800 block of 49th Street.
Andrew Reynolds, 42, of Abilene was arrested Friday and taken to the Taylor County jail after allegations that he assaulted a woman and hit a police officer.