The study has moved from dogs to humans, and John Huls is now benefiting from the human trials.
Speculation that the Pac-12 would add Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State died when the Pac-12 released a statement Wednesday.
Do you love bacon, but want to spare yourself some of the fat? There's not separating the fat from the bacon completely, but one of those "As Seen On TV" products claims to do it better than anything.
With construction of the Marsha Sharp Freeway (US 62/82) still under way, getting to your favorite fair food at the Panhandle South Plains Fair this year might require a little planning.
No one wants to talk about head lice, but in reality, they're as common as a cold.
Lubbock's Salvation Army captain was in Bastrop once the fires were put out and folks were allowed to return to where their homes once stood.
The wildfires in Bastrop are being called the most destructive fires in Texas history.
A stimulant commonly used to treat ADHD may help patients wake up from general anesthesia.
Alzheimer's affects nearly five and a half million Americans. While the majority of those are 65 and older, about five percent develop early-onset Alzheimer's.
Several horses are now in the care of an area veterinary clinic after the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office seized them from an east Lubbock County home.
If you haven't gotten your flu shot, tomorrow is Lubbock's annual drive thru flu clinic. All you have to do is get in the car, and drive to the Health Department.
Last night the first wave of cooler air arrived on the South Plains, touching off a few isolated showers. Tonight the second wave, somewhat more vigorous, arrives. It too should touch off a few showers and perhaps a few thundershowers. The northeastern KCBD NewsChannel 11 viewing area, nearer the Childress area, could see some strong thunderstorms with heavy rain.
Lubbock Police have now ruled out the possibility of street racing as a factor in last week's rollover that sent three Lubbock teens to the hospital.
The hunt continues for two people accused of trying to burn down a Lubbock night club.
The All Lubbock Marching Band continues working to raise money for its trip to the Tournament of Roses Parade.