the vast majority of women found to have ovarian cancer at an early stage can be treated very effectively; learn to listen to your body.
A flood of viewers called into the KCBD Newsroom Friday night, concerned about a strange pair of lights in the northern sky.
Four days from now the Lubbock City Council will vote on a recommendation to raise electric rates at Lubbock Power & Light, but that's not the only change which could be hitting your wallet.
A new report suggests that when it comes to bed bugs, the fix could be worse than the problem.
It's not just food drawing people to the fair this year. The Panhandle South Plains Fair is featuring four new rides this season. The lights are brighter, the drops are bigger and the thrills come faster every year.
Dozens of dogs are looking for homes in Lubbock today after being rescued from a facility in Mentone, Texas. If you'd like to adopt a dog, please contact Lollipop Farm at (806) 746-6875.
Clinical trials are underway for a wrinkle fighting topical gel that has the same ingredient as injectible Botox.
The severe drought hammering the South Plains has taken away cotton and now, it's taking away local agricultural jobs. Lubbock's Agri-Life Extension Agent Mark Brown says times are tough for local cotton producers and their employees.
Despite today being the first day of Fall, temps right now still feels like Summer. Evening weather for Friday night football will be great across the South Plains.
Hustler publisher Larry Flynt is offering a bounty of $1 million to anyone who can document an illicit sexual relationship with GOP presidential hopeful Gov. Rick Perry.
Lubbock grabbed 4th place on a U.S. Census list of the shortest commutes in the nation Thursday, reporting an average commute time of 15.5 minutes.
Republican candidates squared off in Florida Thursday evening in Florida for another GOP debate. Like the last debate, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry took most of the spotlight.
Drivers in south Lubbock County need to watch out for new stop signs. Crews installed a 4-way stop at 130th and Quaker, to help provide safety for students at the new Lubbock-Cooper Central Elementary School.