We're serving up a short order in this week's Food for Thought, but it's big on flavor. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the details.
Take a look at the matchups and scores from week 2 here in the End Zone!
NewsChannel 11 General Manager Dan Jackson gives his thoughts on how the Quaran burning fiasco actually carries a lesson for all of us.
It's almost time for Miracle Jeans Day. Last year, the effort raised almost 10 thousand dollars for the Children's Miracle Network. Now is the time for businesses to plan ahead and sign up, so their employees can purchase these buttons to wear on September 15th.
It's called Stand Up 2 Cancer. It will be commercial free on every network at that same time, but only here on KCBD NewsChannel 11, you will also see familiar Lubbock faces who are also standing up to cancer.
The annual Step-Out Walk to Fight Diabetes starts in Lubbock, Saturday at 8:30 in the morning, at Mackenzie Park.
Wounded veterans might expect to go to a hospital or even a counselor, but a barn? That's what some volunteers are offering in California. They hope this new program will help heal emotional wounds that are too difficult for doctors to reach.
A Texas Tech professor says a Lubbock teen who filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the age to buy handguns may have a chance to win.
Lubbock Power & Light board members now plan to fight back after a recent decision by the Lubbock City Council. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has more.
Lubbock could do better for its children; much better. That's the message Thursday from the Lubbock Area United Way...
The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) announced its largest enrollment in the institution's history. The fall 2010 enrollment of 3,727 students is up 14.7 percent over the 3,250 enrolled for fall 2009.
Thursday is day one of Lubbock's National Cowboy Symposium, a series of events lasting through Sunday afternoon including music, poetry, horse demonstrations, rope tricking, and many other exhibits.
No one wants to miss the action this Saturday when Texas Tech plays the University of New Mexico. But if you don't have the right connection you could watch the game at many places that will.
Thursday afternoon at Kastman Park a sea of red, white and blue flags are now flowing. Young volunteers from Murfee Elementary joined American State Bank employees in placing one thousand flags at the park.
Roughly 27,000 South Plains families are getting a check in the mail, thanks to a record-high refund from the South Plain Electric Cooperative.
The Lubbock Community Theater presents the 2010-2011 schedule.
A Texas woman has died from flesh-eating bacteria and cooking may have led up to the deadly infection which killed the Galveston mom and grandmother in just a matter of days.
KCBD NewsChannel 11 has learned that a coach at Lubbock High has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of a criminal investigation by Lubbock Police.
The Red Raiders go on the road Saturday to visit the New Mexico Lobos in a 7 p.m. central time kickoff. Tech last lost to the Lobos in Albuquerque in 2004. Tech is favored by 26 points.
The Plainview Police Department and friends from across the community are holding a benefit concert on Friday to raise money to help get two families back on their feet. Korey Ferguson and Julian Garcia's families homes have both been victim to recent fires.
A Lubbock woman celebrates her 105th birthday and KCBD NewsChannel 11 was at her party.
The Saints' first Super Bowl title was so big in New Orleans that Mardi Gras, a revered local institution dating back well more than a century, became popularly known as, "Lombardi Gras."