Earlier Friday people were allowed to go back into their apartment to simply pick up the pieces and rebuild.
A fire broke out Thursday night at the Hunter's Way apartment complex in Southwest Lubbock.
The City Council voted 5 to 1 in favor of amending the food establishment ordinance, in light of the recent issue when a couple was told they were not allowed to feed the homeless without a food permit.
It's Thursday, and that means it's time to check out this week's Food for Thought.
KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Moreland dishes out the mixed plate of results.
The city of Brownfield is working on a major overhaul. In the next two months, the city plans to tear down at least 30 dilapidated homes. The goal is to clean up the community, while increasing property
She is small for her age, but her heart is bigger than most. Lubbock 12-year-old Majesty Caballero is on a mission to bring joy and health to children staying in the hospital… a feeling she knows all too well.
As more than three-quarters of America is plugged into the internet, the number of users reporting eye strain is already about 90 percent
The City Council made many important financial decisions at their meeting Thursday. In particular, the council voted unanimously to approve adopting a new proposed tax rate.
Back on June 19th, Tim Lipham lost his family home in Floydada to a fire and lost all of his personal property, including his State Championship gold medal.
The Federal Government accuses Greig and Cheek of collecting payroll deductions for federal taxes, but the money was never turned over to the federal government.
A research team in Texas is studying the habits of desert plants in order to find a way to help agricultural during extreme drought and heat conditions.
Lubbock federal Grand Jury indicted Cyrus Patrick Yazdani on charges related to child pornography on Wednesday.