A Mississippi man stands indicted for arson and desecration of a corpse in the death of a west Texas woman. Natasha Carpenter, 30 died in September 2009. Authorities say Mark Anthony Rice, 48 of Kiln, admitted to killing her in California.
Midland County authorities arrested a Hobbs murder suspect Wednesday afternoon. Joseph Domingues, 27 is charged with the murder of Donnie Burrows, 23.
When you donate money into the Salvation Army kettles, eighty three cents of every dollar goes towards one of their many programs.
Volunteers Wednesday night were busy setting up 350 Nativity scenes in Southwest Lubbock.
A 9th grade reading assignment has some parents questioning LISD's judgment. The book is littered with profanity and some parents say it is inappropriate for their young teens.
The woman charged with the murder of a Lubbock man is hospitalized, after authorities discovered her unresponsive in her Stephenville home, which is about 270 miles Southeast of Lubbock.
After a water line break and a loss of pressure, residents in the city of Anton need to boil their water prior to consumption.
It is the time of year for giving back, but Texas Tech University Parking Services has taken that idea a step further by dismissing parking citations in exchange for toys from November 15th until December 5th.
A Ropesville family is staying in a Lubbock hotel after flames tore through their home on Tuesday. The fire gutted the home and killed two family pets. Although the family was not injured in the fire, all of their belongings were destroyed.
Police released new details about the suspect indicted in a year-old murder case. On Tuesday, a Lubbock County grand jury indicted Carol Nussbaum, 60, for the murder of 48-year-old Paul Brown.
The Lubbock Police Department needs your help in finding a suspect that burglarized Buddy's Convenience Store at 518 50th street on November 24th.
A possible protest is being planned tonight because the Lubbock City Council will discuss a proposal on Thursday morning about a curfew for people that linger around some city facilities. The protest is being discussed at Carpenter's Church on 13th and Avenue T.
Playing its fourth game in six days, the Texas Tech women's basketball team continued its win streak with an 83-43 romping of UTSA Wednesday night at the United Spirit Arena.
Ever watch one of those infomercials and find it so intriguing you have to lock yourself outside to keep from picking up a phone and placing an order? That's the way our Joe Terrell felt when he saw the commercials for the Little Giant Ladder System. Trouble is, he had his cell phone with him outside. This week, he puts the Little Giant, to the "Does It Work?" test.