After six hours of deliberation, a jury finds Doneil Smith not guilty on all charges.
Even though there will be less travelers, the Texas Department of Public Safety will increase patrols till July 6th. They want to remind you, before you pack your bags and head out, follow the law.
The husband of death-row inmate Darlie Routier is divorcing his wife. The 40-year-old woman was sentenced to death for killing her middle son, 5-year-old Damon, in 1996.
Abernathy ISD is hosting an open house Sunday to show the public its new gym, new high school classrooms, and all renovations of the existing high school.
Adam McClellan of Arizona admitted to having more than 50 grams of methamphetamines, and, in a separate case, Juan Pablo Gomez-Perez admitted to possessing more than 500 grams of cocaine.
Despite a fireworks ban and the subsequent cancellation of the annual fireworks display and concert at Mackenzie Park, most Fourth on Broadway events will continue as planned this year.
A construction contractor is in serious condition at UMC after being trapped in a tunnel at an industrial work site in southeast Lubbock County Friday.
Military families on break during the Fourth of July holiday week can take advantage of a new program at Science Spectrum that honors their service to the country.
Highs through the holiday weekend will be in the 90s. These hot temperatures in combination with breezy daytime winds and the ongoing drought will continue to support a very high to extreme fire danger.
Each week Lubbock health inspectors stay busy checking in on the cleanliness of some of your favorite restaurants. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland tells us what they found in this edition of Food for Thought.