Take a look at the matchups and scores from week 4 here in the End Zone!
The diabetes drug Avandia will no longer be widely available in the U.S. or Europe. Today, the Food and Drug Administration decided to severely restrict the drug.
A serious discussion on Capitol Hill today about the danger of young athletes on the field facing concussions. Each year, Emergency Rooms treat 135-thousand sports and recreation-related concussions among kids under age 18.
Born on February 11, 1976 in Dallas, Texas Demetrius Antonio Battie attended South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas and played college basketball for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. He ended his career at Tech as the school's all-time leader in blocked shots with an incredible 162 blocked shots.
Born June 29, 1977 in Waxahachie, Texas William Montae Reagor is a defensive tackle. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He played college football at Texas Tech. Reagor was a starter at Texas Tech, and started in 41 of 44 career games.
The 9th Annual Hub City Barbeque was going on rain or shine. An hour before it started, the skies didn't look too friendly. The rain stopped, and guests showed up in large numbers.
Worried parents are bombarding drug maker Abbott Laboratories with phone calls about millions of containers of infant formula recalled because they might contain parts of beetles. Overwhelmed by the response to its Similac recall, Abbott Laboratories is busy putting in more phone lines and adding capacity to its website so consumers can get through.
On Wednesday KCBD NewsChannel 11 broke the story that a stray dog attacked miniature horses in Terry County, killing one and injuring others.
Lubbock Power and Light is working on a plan to help conserve fresh water and save money. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer explains.
Early voting for the November elections is just around the corner, and one portion of the Lubbock community is thankful that they get a voice.
Why is there a higher percentage of African American up for adoption in the greater Lubbock areas as compared to White and Hispanic children?
City Councilman Paul R. Beane will be hosting a meeting for merchants and residents who will soon be affected by the rebuilding of 82nd Street.
Traffic is back to normal after a multiple vehicle crash on Interstate 27 at the 19th Street exit Thursday morning just after 8:00 a.m.
Trucks are loaded and voting machines from Lubbock are off to Houston for the November elections.
Lubbock's community-wide treasure hunt ended with a huge donation to the South Plains Food Bank.
It is out with the old and in with the new, or at least new to some.
A project that literally spans the globe comes to Lubbock Thursday. A Horsa Glider replica cockpit was shipped Wednesday by The Assault Glider Trust at Royal Air Force Shawbury to Lubbock's Silent Wings Museum.
What could be better than Community, 30 Rock and The Office all back-to-back? How about season premiers of all three shows followed by the much anticipated Outsourced.
A Plains High School football player is being honored as a Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football player of the Week.
Widely scattered rain showers will continue on the South Plains and Low Rolling Plains this afternoon, thought the likelyhood of heavy rain is diminishing. Rain showers will become more isolated overnight, but low visibility is possible in areas of fog.
In the middle of their bye week, the Red Raiders are hard at work, improving for their first big 12 road test at Iowa State October 2nd at 6 p.m. This may be rush week for the team. No fraternity stuff, but a chance to work on the running game.