Possible warning signs of childhood cancer

When a child has pain, it's easy for parents to worry about the worst possible scenario, cancer.

  Consider This: Thank you Sgt. John Gonzalez

Tonight we honor and thank Sgt John Gonzalez who is retiring after 32 years of service with the Department of Public Safety. Sgt Gonzalez spent 24 years as a public information officer for DPS. For most of us, John Gonzalez is the face of the DPS on the South Plains.

The Woodhouse Day Spa to offer complimentary services to celebrate 10th anniversary

The Woodhouse Day Spa offers complimentary services to celebrate 10th anniversary

Officials report first West Nile virus case in Lubbock County

The City of Lubbock Health Department says that one person has a confirmed case of West Nile, and mosquitoes in the area have also tested positive for the virus.

DPS releases name of man found dead north of Abernathy

Texas DPS has released the name of a man whose body was found on the side of a road north of Abernathy.

Grand Jury declines charges for couple accused of deadly conduct in Aug. 20 shooting

A Lubbock County Grand Jury “no billed” or declined to charge 75-year-old Sonja Renfro and 70-year-old James Renfro on Tuesday, after they were accused of deadly conduct in connection with a shooting in the 900 block of Avenue P back on Monday, Aug. 20.

Woman dies six days after crash, case presented to Lubbock County D.A.

A passenger in the Ford F-150, 54-year-old Alicia Ramirez, was pronounced deceased at the hospital on September 22, six days after a crash that happened in the area of 4th Street and Texas Tech Parkway.

LFR asking for tips about overnight structure fire

Lubbock Fire Rescue is asking for public help identifying the cause of a fire at a vacant structure overnight.

2 injured in 5-car crash at 19th & Milwaukee

Two people were injured in a five-car crash at 19th and Milwaukee on Monday afternoon.

State school residents arrested after planning a ‘purge,’ injuring employees

Four Lubbock State School residents were arrested and charged with aggravated assault, felony criminal mischief and organized crime after they became upset for not getting to go to the Panhandle South Plains Fair, according to a police report.

Lockdown lifted at Sudan ISD after threat made

According to school and emergency officials in Sudan, the school was placed on a Level 1 Lockdown this morning after a notification by police.

Some Verizon customers experience outages across the U.S.

Some Verizon cell phone customers are not able to make and receive calls as well as texts.

Yard display causes controversy in East Texas neighborhood

A yard display depicting a "racist scarecrow" had people talking.

United Blood Serves gets new name after 65 years

United Blood Services is changing its name after 65 years.

Amarillo National Bank pledges $1 million to TTU Vet School

Texas Tech University recognized Amarillo National Bank for their support of a planned School of Veterinary Medicine on Monday.

Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney Matt Powell to serve as General Counsel to Midland ISD

The Midland ISD School Board of Trustees has announced that Matthew Powell will join the district’s leadership team as General Counsel on Nov. 5.

DPS Sgt. John Gonzalez to retire after more than 30 years of service

Sergeant Gonzalez has been working with the Texas Department of Public Safety as a Trooper for more than 30 years. We here at KCBD would like to thank him for his years of service and wish him the best!

Shallowater Middle School wins $10,000 grant to further STEM education

America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education called on local farmers to nominate rural schools to receive nearly $2.3 million in grants to enhance their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs.

World War II plane making tour stop in Lubbock

A B-25 Mitchell, also called a Maid in the Shade, airplane will make a tour stop at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport near the Silent Wings Museum from Monday to Sept. 30.

U.S. Silica Helps Fight Childhood Hunger in Lamesa

U.S. Silica has donated $10,710 to Food 4 Kids Lamesa Backpack Program to help provide wholesome snacks and other nutritious foods to 85 South Elementary students...

Lubbock County Commissioners approve contract with NAAG Pathology Labs P.C.

The Lubbock County Commissioners Court has executed a contract with NAAG Pathology Labs P.C. for the operation and management of the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Lubbock dog in wheelchair wins worldwide pet calendar contest

Kardi, a special needs French Bulldog from Lubbock is one of 13 winners in a worldwide 2019 calendar contest featuring dogs in wheelchairs.

Panhandle South Plains Fair continues through Sept. 29

The fair runs from Sept. 21 to Sept. 29. Hours are 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to midnight.

Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family

A Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico in April 2017 is now back home with her family, attorneys say.

Blue Bell releases a seasonal ice cream flavor

Just in time to celebrate fall, Blue Bell releases Spiced Pumpkin Pecan Ice Cream.

Littlefield police searching for vehicle burglary suspect

The Littlefield Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a man who is a person of interest in a possible attempted vehicle burglary.

Federal officials unveil plans for four-mile, 18-foot-tall wall on Texas-Mexico border

The El Paso "wall" — a steel bollard fence — is a reminder that the White House is doing what it can to make good on one of President Trump’s signature campaign promises.

Crash reported near Indiana Avenue, 36th, 35th streets

A crash was reported on Indiana Avenue in between 36th and 35th Street at around 3 p.m. on Saturday.

Onalaska ISD superintendent resigns after inappropriate racial comments about NFL quarterback

Onalaska superintendent resigns following racist comments.

FULL VIDEO: Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke clash over immigration, Trump, guns during intense debate

U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke of El Paso, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, took a newly aggressive tack against Republican incumbent Ted Cruz in their first debate Friday evening.

Volunteers needed as Crosbyton cleans up summer storm damage

Many residents in Crosbyton haven't recovered from summer storms. A community-wide cleanup day has been scheduled for Saturday to help with disaster relief.

  103-year-old veteran speaks to students at Texas Tech University

Some students got some valuable advice on Friday, from a woman who graduated from Texas Tech 82 years ago.

Come visit Clifford the Big Red Dog at Science Spectrum

Bring the kids to meet Clifford the Big Red Dog, Saturday, Sept. 22 at Science Spectrum.

Lubbock County Elections Office open late for voter registration Tuesday

Tuesday, Sept. 25 is National Voter Registration Day. The Lubbock County Elections Office will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Lubbock Economic Development Alliance announces 71 new jobs & $24m in capital investment

The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced the creation of 71 new jobs and $24 million in capital investment at a press conference Friday afternoon.

Meet the new Lubbock Animal Services Director

Steven Greene talks about his promotion to Director of Lubbock Animal Services.

South Plains College offers license to carry class Oct. 6

South Plains College will offer a license to carry class on Oct. 6 and is inviting the public to register and attend.

Police asking for witnesses to fatal Sept. 6 crash

Crash investigators with the Lubbock Police Department are in need of witnesses to a fatal crash on Sept. 6 near 4th Street and Toledo Avenue where 29-year-old Kevin Flores was killed.

Maintenance to begin on 34th Street Monday

Beginning Monday morning, September 24, Lone Star Dirt and Paving under contract with the City of Lubbock, will begin maintenance work on 34th Street from Milwaukee Avenue to Upland Avenue.

Wet roads could cause traffic disturbances throughout day

Rain is expected throughout the day on Friday which could mean an increase in crash potential for some drivers.

Investigation continues into body found on I-27 north of Abernathy

The Hale County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was found on the side of a road outside of Abernathy.