One Class At A Time

Join KCBD, Frontier Dodge, and Spirit Chrysler in honoring our local educators by nominating a teacher for a $500 prize, and $500 to the charity of their choice.

  Where did all these scooters come from?

A new form of transportation has appeared in Lubbock, seemingly out of thin air.

Parks and Recreation hosts National Night Out celebrations, Aug. 7

National Night Out is a community building campaign that is designed to heighten crime-prevention awareness, generate support for participation in local anticrime programs, and strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.

KSSL hosting Radiothon for South Plains Honor Flight Saturday

The 4th Annual KSSL Radiothon for Honor Flight runs Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on 107.3 FM and 94.1 FM.

City of Lubbock holding vaccination clinics every Monday, Wednesday, Friday in August

The City of Lubbock recommends getting children caught up on vaccines before Back to School!

6th Annual Vineyard Festival in Brownfield Saturday

The Grape Capital of Texas is warming up to celebrate as the Brownfield Chamber of Commerce prepares to host the 6th Annual Vineyard Festival this weekend.

TxDOT, UMC hosting car seat checkup Saturday morning

TxDOT and UMC are teaming up for a car seat checkup event Saturday morning.

Lubbock County GOP receives Letters of Intent from candidates for County Court at Law number 3

The Lubbock County Republican Party has received Letters of Intent from candidates to fill the Lubbock County Court at Law No. 3 candidate seat that was left vacant after the death of David Nelson.

Lubbock County Chief Medical Examiner stops taking new cases ahead of planned retirement, Oct. 1

Dr. Sridhar Natarajan, Chief Medical Examiner for Lubbock County has stopped taking new cases, in preparation for his official retirement on Oct. 1.

Xcel repairing downed power line in Idalou

Some people in Idalou were without power and traffic was diverted for hours as Xcel worked to repair a downed power line on Highway 62/82.

Lubbock firefighter explains how blood donations saved his son's life

LFR Lieutenant Kevin Goldston is urging everyone to donate to the Back the Badges Blood Drive, after blood donations from this area saved his son's life.

Blue Bell introduces Key Lime Mango Tart Ice Cream flavor

As part of National Ice Cream Month, Blue Bell has made its revelation of Key Lime Mango Tart Ice Cream, its newest ice cream flavor.

Superintendent says Seminole schools are second to none

In 2007, voters passed a $110 million bond to update the schools, which Gary Laramore, Superintendent of SISD, says are second to none.

Annual Ag and Oil Day draws big crowds in Seminole

Every year the city of Seminole celebrates their Ag and Oil production with one of the city's largest events, the annual Ag and Oil Appreciation Day.

Mennonite community thriving in Seminole

The Mennonite community is thriving in Seminole, since coming here in the late 1970s. However, it wasn't without a lot of hardship, and a lot of help.

Guess which fruit drives Plainview agriculture

When people think of West Texas crops, they think of cotton, peanuts, and grapes. But in Plainview, cucumbers are the big deal and they're sold all over the country.

Salon shines light on homeless population in Lubbock

Hundreds of people living in Lubbock wake up every day wondering where their next meal will come from, or where they'll get their next shower, giving little time to worry about needs like a haircut.

KSSL Radio holding Radiothon for South Plains Honor Flight

For the fourth year, KSSL Radio and the Lubbock Elks Lodge are working together for the Texas South Plains Honor Flight Radiothon, August 4th, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Xcel Energy thanks area fire departments with $1,000 grant checks

Xcel Energy has awarded $1,000 grants to four rural fire departments in appreciation for help in battling recent wildfires and a large fire that destroyed a transformer at the company's Tolk Generating Station near Muleshoe on Feb. 5.

Lubbock mayor recognizes the Westwinds Brass Band

Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope is recognizing the Westwinds Brass Band for its many years of entertaining summer concerts.

Critterfest starts Thursday at Science Spectrum

One of the largest animal events in Lubbock is back at the Science Spectrum.  You will be able to see elephants, alligators, crocodiles, camels, a kangaroo, big snakes, giant tortoises, and many other animals.  The Science Spectrum turns into a zoo for four days. There is a petting zoo, pony and camel rides, and many other animals on display.

This Is Home

The source for expert knowledge on every aspect of your household. This Is Home, brought to you by KCBD.

Sydney and Kelly Enjoy Lubbock Lemonade Day

After months of planning, hundreds of kids across the Lubbock community "opened shop" for Lemonade Day.

KCBD EEO Public File Report - 4/1/17 thru 3/31/18

April 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018

Food for Thought 5.21

Here is a complete list of the restaurants and their violations for the week ending on 5/21/09.

Boot City Black Friday

From 7am to 11am on Friday, November 29th take an addition 15% off any boot in the store! Choose from tony lama, lucchese, corral, anderson been and more! Boot City has thousands of boots!

Mrs. Lewis' Class Pledge

Mrs. Lewis' Class Pledge

Mrs. Torres' Class Pledge

Mrs. Torres' Class Pledge

Mrs. Overman's Class Pledge

Mrs. Overman's Class Pledge

Mrs. Sim's Class Pledge

Mrs. Sim's Class Pledge

Mrs. Robertson's Class Pledge

Mrs. Robertson's Class Pledge

  Mrs. Lewis's Class Pledge

Mrs. Lewis's Class Pledge

Mrs. Lance's Class Pledge

Mrs. Lance's Class Pledge

Mrs. Beardain's Class Pledge

Mrs. Beardain's Class Pledge

Ms. Lunsford's Class Pledge

Ms. Lunsford's Class Pledge

How to be featured in the Pledge of Allegiance

How to be featured in the Pledge of Allegiance

2017 Live Community Coverage Tour starts Monday

KCBD's 2017 Live Community Coverage tour kicks off Monday in Levelland. This week, we'll take you to five towns across the South Plains and show you why each one is so special to our area.

Lion Pride: Trinity Christian Graduates

Trinity Christian High School Guidance Counselor Shannon Powell talks with KCBD about the many opportunities that Trinity students have after graduation. From four-year universities to foreign countries in need, Trinity Christian alumni are able to leave high school and pursue higher education, military service, help others in need, or serve their community because of the well-rounded education they receive at Trinity.

Lion Pride: Trinity Christian Early Education Center

Take a look inside the Early Education Center at Trinity Christian, where children ranging from 8 weeks to 4 years old can participate in a flexible learning and activities program.

2017 Honor Flight Telethon

The veterans on the South Plains Honor Flight each year have made a sacrifice that will never be forgotten. Now, you can be a part of their next adventure. Join us for the 2017 Honor Flight telethon, Thursday June 29th on KCBD NewsChannel 11. Brought to you by Plains Capital Bank.

Lion Pride: Trinity Christian Elementary Education

This week, hear from Trinity Christian Elementary School Principal Jill Roberts as she discusses the education system in grades K-6. With features like specialized classes for students who have learning disabilities and strong partnerships with parents, Trinity Christian is "a small school, with individualized attention for your child, and all the opportunities that a large school provides."