Born on May 16, 1943 in Borger, Texas Donny "The Golden Palomino" Anderson was a three-time all-Southwest Conference and two-time All-American halfback during his career at Texas Tech.
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Covenant is sponsoring a free patient seminar tomorrow at the Hawthorne Suites located on 4435 Marsha Sharp Freeway. The seminar begins at 11:45 until 1:15 in the afternoon. Lunch will also be provided.
The countdown to the UT game has already begun with Texas Tech students camping outside the Frazier Pavilion.
Lubbock County Commissioners voted themselves and other county employees a pay raise.
The last known photographs of Buddy Holly before the fatal plane crash on February 3, 1959 are being donated to the Buddy Holly Center. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has more.
A Lubbock woman convicted of killing two people during a drunk driving accident receives her punishment.
The Hobbs Police Department investigating the death of a woman found in a field in Hobbs, New Mexico. She has been identified as 31-year-old Carolina Deleon. Police believe that she is from Lubbock and just recently moved to Hobbs, NM.
A Bailey County grand jury says there's enough evidence to send Daniel Mendoza, 20, and Michael Garcia, 25, to trial for murder.
Officials in Brownfield have confirmed a human case of west nile virus.
Lubbock County Sheriff Kelly Rowe and the Lubbock County Commissioner's presented Reserve Deputy Kenneth Sylvester a certificate of appreciation for 25 years of service with the Lubbock County Sheriff's Reserve Deputy Program.
Each day September 13 – 17, NewsChannel 11 and Anderson Bros Jewelers will hide a piece of jewelry ranging in value from $2,135 to $4,790 in a public place somewhere in Lubbock.
This afternoon partly sunny, humid, and warm. With isolated thunderstorms in the area there is a slight chance of rain in your neighborhood. Today's high near 90 degrees. Through the work week temperatures will remain above average for the time of year.
Pete Carroll thoroughly enjoyed his return to the NFL, and so did his Seattle Seahawks.
Two Thai senators fought it out Monday in front of Parliament, but this was no political grudge match - they wanted to promote traditional Thai kickboxing.
Randy Moss said he doesn't think he's appreciated in New England, and Terrell Owens apologized to Bengals fans. Wes Welker, however, stayed typically quiet and concentrated on scoring touchdowns
He thought he'd thrown strike three to Derek Jeter, not ball four. He knew the walk meant he was coming out of the game. So, off he stomped - not even bothering to savor having allowed a mere two hits over eight-plus innings in his first start since getting an injection in his back.