NewsChannel 11 General Manager Dan Jackson gives his thoughts on how City Council is about to impose a major stealth tax on Lubbock citizens.
The Big 12 announced it has reached agreement with the University of Colorado regarding its withdrawal from the Conference effective June 30, 2011, subject to final approval from the member institutions' respective governing boards.
The Big 12 announced it has reached an agreement with the University of Nebraska regarding its withdrawal from the Conference effective June 30, 2011, subject to final approval from the member institutions' respective governing boards.
This is World Alzheimer's Day, and a sobering new report was released this morning on the global impact of that disease. It finds the number of people with dementia will double by 2030, and more than triple by 2050.
A free clinic launched by local medical students has been recognized as one of the best in the country. So, today, officials at the Texas Tech Health Science Center celebrated this first year, and the success of the free clinic. It is held at Family Church every Wednesday night in Lubbock.
Former Republican Vice Presidential running mate Sarah Palin will come to Lubbock at a benefit event for Lubbock Christian School. Updated for video preview of our coverage at 6 & 10.
Just days after setting a new Jones AT&T Stadium attendance record (60,454) against rival Texas, it appears that the record could be matched or even surpassed in just under a month when the Oklahoma State Cowboys visit on October 16.
Instead of letting this confuse you, consider it a blessing that some new weight loss studies are saying to give yourself a break. There are more and more new studies, even from the CDC, that indicate it's not too bad to be a little overweight.
Texas Tech announced on its Athletic Department Facebook page that a new big screen is going up in Jones AT&T stadium.
It's been talked about for years but soon you'll be able to see increased security measures at the Lubbock county courthouse.
One year ago this week, stores in Lubbock started selling packaged alcohol, and now we're taking a closer look at the effect sales have had on the Hub City. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has more.
Are you looking to find the some of the best barbeque in West Texas? Your chance is here at the 9th Annual Hub City BBQ Cook-off.
The city will charge itself more than $5.4 million in property taxes in the coming year, up from $2.9 million in the current fiscal year. But of course, City Hall does not pay that tax bill. You do.
An upgrade at the Lubbock County Courthouse will make it easier to pay certain fines. A new computer system now allows people to use credit cards.
Thanks to an anonymous donor the "Team Leach" scholarship more than doubled in value.
Doctors say that prevention and preparation is the key to ensure the safety of all athletes.
According to records released by the Texas Tech University police department 25 people were arrested either at or near Jones Stadium.
Houston voters will cast their November ballot on Lubbock machines.
Tuesday is day one of a temporary disaster recovery center in Lubbock County. Property owners who suffered damage during flooding rains during the July 4th weekend must register their damage by October 4th with FEMA.
The Lubbock Police Department is still searching for two suspects in a robbery that happened in early September, and they need your help to find them.
Tuesday is the second night of Premier Week on NBC and KCBD NewsChannel 11
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – This afternoon expect partly sunny skies, with muggy and warm temperatures. A bit of a southerly breeze with winds from 10 to 20 mph. The slight chance of rain continues, with a high in the mid 80s. Tropical Storm Georgette may add to area rain chances by late Wednesday.
The plant will be located two miles west of Brownfield, at 1641 U.S. Highway 380.
After Saturday's loss the Red Raiders will now have two weeks to prepare for their first conference road test, Saturday October second at Iowa State. Just announced today, the game will be at six p.m. on Fox college sports.
One bright spot in the game was the aggressiveness of the Tech defenses in particular the play of junior college transfer Scott Smith. The junior defensive end had a monster game, with six total tackles, two sacks, three tackles for loss, an interception and a forced fumble. The coaching staff knew it wouldn't take long for the first year Red Raider to get going.
Texas Tech baseball opened its fall team practices on Monday afternoon at Dan Law Field with 44 players, including seven returning position players and six returning pitchers from last season.