A man who ran his car into a parked school bus at Lubbock High School earlier this year, seriously injuring his passenger, was indicted Tuesday.
Tune in on Daybreak Wednesday to hear the story of Air Force Veteran Bob Simmons.
With frequent severe weather hitting the Hub City, local repair shops have been slammed with hail-damaged vehicles. Monday's storm, which brought down baseball-sized hail, was no exception.
Idalou farmer Scott Harmon looked out across his farm as workers fixed tractors and readied the seed for a new round of cotton planting after Monday's wet weather.
The Hockley County Emergency Communications Team is a group of volunteers who are fully committed to keeping the public informed during severe weather.
Beginning Monday, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to make traffic changes on both the Marsha Sharp Freeway (US 62/82) and Spur 327, at Milwaukee Avenue...
District 2 City Councilman Floyd Price addressed the attempt to have him recalled on Tuesday.
The first storm developed in northern Lubbock county just after 5 p.m.
The City has informed us they are no longer offering spay/neuter assistance as all 200 certificates have been handed out.
LP&L is reporting zero outages as of Tuesday morning at 6 a.m.
It only took a split second for a light rain to transform into a blinding hail storm Monday night, forcing drivers to scramble and find cover.
District 2 resident Gordon Harris has filed an affidavit for a petition to recall District 2 Councilman Floyd Price.
AmpliSine Labs and Professional Rebuild & Optimal Service will be expanding while SERVCO Chemical from Hereford will be opening a new location on 66th Street.
Two men found guilty of capital murder in Lubbock will face the death penalty this year.
The drop in President Barack Obama's popularity comes on the heels of a leak that revealed the NSA has been conducting a large data-mining operation on American citizens.
Lubbock police are still searching for a suspect charged in connection with three bank robberies. On Monday, police released two new photos of Russell Heath, 44.
A study says marriages that began online are more successful than marriages that began traditionally.
A heads up for those of you who drive through 114th Street and Milwaukee on your way to work. The road will be closed beginning Monday.
The governor vetoed HB 950, a bill to guarantee equal pay for women in Texas.
It's an annual celebration - a time to embrace equal rights and freedom for all. Juneteenth 2013 is a time of reflection.
A pedestrian was seriously injured Sunday morning when he was struck by a vehicle while walking down East 4th Street.
If you're planning to hit the waves this summer, boating safety classes are easy on the pocketbook, and can potentially save lives.
The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of June 17, 2013...
Voters in Littlefield hit the polls for a run-off election Saturday and now, they have a new mayor.
The city of New Deal dedicated their new fire and EMS station on Saturday.
For decades, Russell and Nelda Wright have devoted six weeks out of the year to serve children at youth camp.
The Lubbock County Bomb Squad was called out to a Levelland convenience store Friday morning.
Lubbock police caught a man they say is responsible for several recent commercial burglaries on Friday.
It protects citizens from their own government. And it stands behind the Constitution, which is something we haven't seen coming out of Washington lately.
There is a chance of scattered heavy showers across the South Plains tonight into tomorrow.
Gov. Perry signed the "Merry Christmas" bill into law on Thursday, but how should it be interpreted and how can it exist and still uphold the separation of church and state?
Friday, March of Dimes kicked off their Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait® campaign in Lubbock.
From burgers to BBQ, two popular restaurants are on the Food for Thought list this week - unfortunately though, they're both at the bottom.
United Blood Services' critical appeal for O- blood continues. Even with an increased number of donors, the hospital usage continues to outpace the supply.
Agriculture Tom Vilsack will host a town hall meeting at Texas Tech to discuss the importance of passing a Food, Farm and Jobs Bill for rural America Friday at 10 a.m.
Lubbock police were called to the 4400 block of 110th Street around 6 p.m. Thursday night, where they found a man dead in the garage by his car.
There was a full agenda for Lubbock City Council members Thursday night, and tornado sirens were a hot topic.
Out of dozens of restaurants inspected this week, we have a short order on the menu.
Texas Tech women's basketball announced Tuesday that former All-Big 12 standout Damitria Buchanan became the newest member of the Lady Raider staff.
The South Plains and Lubbock housing finance corporations have partnered to make down payment assistance grants available to homebuyers.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is courting Connecticut gun manufacturers, extolling the tax policies and regulatory climate of his state.
Hodges Community Center will host a Mom and Son Camp-in on Friday-Saturday, June 21-22 from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Sydney Hearn signed to play basketball at Wayland Baptist University for the Flying Queens Monday morning in the Hall of Honor at Hutcherson Center.
The City of Lubbock welcomes over 173 local Texas chapters of professional firefighters, their families, retirees and auxiliary members from all over the state of Texas June 17-21.