KCBD NewsChannel 11's Joe Terrell puts the "MXZ Pocket Saw" to the Does It Work test!
An FDA advisory panel took a hard look at a popular prescription diet drug, and it decided that Meridia, like many diet drugs before it, should be taken off the market, even though it has been available for 13 years.
Today was Miracle Jeans Day, and as the button says...It's a day to go casual for kids. Meaning anyone wearing this button paid 5 dollars today to wear jeans to work. That money goes to the Children's Miracle Network.
A Lubbock veteran who believes his cancer could be linked to contamination at a North Carolina Marine base testifies before congress Thursday morning. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has more.
KCBD NewsChannel 11 received a call from a concerned viewer about a former Covenant daycare employee arrested on sexual assault charges.
The jury is now deliberating the verdict for a man that admitted to killing his grandfather and has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Wednesday afternoon, the Lubbock Power and Light Board unanimously decided to write a $3 million check to the City of Lubbock to move past the street light controversy.
Students have been camping out at Raiderville since Sunday, and by Wednesday night totals are expected to reach 2,000.
Following the death of a Slaton woman Tuesday, the National Weather Service (NWS) put out a warning to all drivers about the dangers of sun glare.
A Plainview man is in critical condition after a motorcycle accident Tuesday night.
The countdown to the Red Raider/Longhorn matchup continues, and a new study on Texas Tech's economic impact on the City of Lubbock reveals some big numbers.
The driver in the fatal accident in northeast Lubbock a week ago is now behind bars.
Police are looking for several suspects in one robbery and four thefts in Lubbock.
Texas Tech and Foursquare have partnered up to offer students and fans an opportunity to explore the Texas Tech campus in a whole new way. Fans will be able to use Foursquare and receive various freebies and promotions by visiting various Texas Tech campus locations.
The kick-off for the Carnival was a 24-hour reading marathon, which started at 11:30 Tuesday morning, and wrapped up Wednesday at 11:30 at the McDonald Moody Auditorium.
Police Chief, Brian Frieda, says he got word from the "Ace Of Cakes" production company of the date & time of the Muleshoe episode.
South Plains College officials recently announced the fall enrollment numbers. As of the 12th day of classes, enrollment across all SPC campuses is 10,190 – more than 150 students compared to fall 2009's record enrollment of 10,036.
An appeals court today ruled Texas drivers must display license plates on the front bumpers of their vehicles.
If you think airplane seats can't get any smaller, you would be wrong. A company called Avioninteriors is looking to sell its new Skyrider seating system that features saddle-style seats.
A 21-year-old mother has been indicted on several charges after prosecutors received video evidence of her teaching her 2-year-old daughter how to smoke pot.
Out in Denver City Friday the Mustangs host Brownfield for homecoming. It will be the homecoming and reunion for the 1960 Denver City team that won the State Championship 50 years ago. Congrats to that super squad.
For college volleyball action News Channel 11's Sports Department headed up I-27 for the Sooner Athletic Conference opener for LCU and Wayland Baptist. A 13th Ranked Lady Chaps came in 11-1 and Wayland with only three blemishes.
MMA legend Royce Gracie is once again back in Lubbock at Pittman's Brazilian Jui Jitzi on 34th street for seminars yesterday and today at 5:30 p.m..
We move closer to Saturday's big game. As number six Texas comes to town for the Big 12 opener against the Red Raiders. Kickoff is set for seven p.m. at Jones AT&T stadium.