There's a new product on the scene claiming to be the best at something and this week we put The Yoshi Blade to the "Does it Work?" test.
An Idalou man has been sentenced to life in prison for raping an elderly Lubbock woman. Joshua Paul Stephenson, 21, pleaded guilty Tuesday just before his trial began.
In 2006 Roy Velez lost his second son Andrew oversees as he served during the war in Afghanistan. At his funeral service in Lubbock, there were protest attempts by Westboro Baptist Church from Topeka, Kansas.
The Mike Leach versus Texas Tech saga is set to heat up once again. Thursday oral arguments will be heard from both sides in the legal battle and it is open to the public. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has more.
The city of Lubbock remains in hot water over the wrongful conviction of Timothy Cole.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbot wants mortgage companies to stop all foreclosures due to concerns that the paperwork wasn't reviewed correctly.
Several South Plains counties have joined numerous Texas counties in an effort to reduce the state's feral hog population. Cochran, Dickens, Gains and Kent counties have all signed up for the challenge.
Born December 25, 1941 in Muenster, Texas David Wayne Parks was a former Texas Technological College, now Texas Tech University, wide receiver. Parks attended Texas Technological College from 1961-1963, and left his mark on the Red Raiders program.