We hit the streets of Lubbock again with our "Pay It Forward" sign. This time, we set up in Northeast Lubbock along MLK Boulevard hoping to find a playmaker to help us Pay it Forward.
A Polar Express train collided with a car in Wolfforth near Dowden Road and Main Monday at about 5 p.m.
Several candidates announced their intention to run for office Monday and at least one dropped out, as filing deadlines arrive for 2012.
It's very common and easy to spread by touch. Even though adults can shake it off, but in babies, complications from RSV can lead to serious lung infections.
Even Santa's elves are facing stricter guidelines as the United States is adopting tougher safety standards for toys and other children's products.
If you're looking for motivation to keep your New Year's resolution to quit smoking: a new study finds women who smoke are more likely to develop skin cancer.
A deadly oil rig accident in Lynn County has claimed the life an Odessa man and injured two others.
Lubbock police seized over 4,600 CDs and 2,800 DVDs from the flea market Saturday, after recording industry investigators alerted property crime detectives to "the possibility of pirated CDs and DVDs" on the property.
Police have arrested 23-year-old Dustin Shaffer after he crashed his SUV into the outer wall of a shopping center early Monday morning.
Lubbock police are asking for help identifying a robbery suspect who used a stolen credit card at the 7-11 store located at 2608 Ave. Q on Dec. 8.
The 2011 Milken Institute Best-Performing Cities Index has ranked Lubbock in the top 25 cities among the 200 largest U.S. metropolitan areas by how well they are creating and sustaining jobs and economic growth.
Two Lubbock sisters are in jail accused of running a sizable cocaine operation.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 3 p.m. this afternoon to 6 a.m. tomorrow for Swisher, Briscoe, Bailey, Lamb, Hale, Hall, Floyd and Cochran counties.
The City of Brownfield continues their work to tear down dozens of dilapidated homes there.
Women's Protective Services wraps up their annual "Stuff the Chimney" program today.
One million dollars. That's how much a court-appointed receivership trustee will pay victims of a local Ponzi scheme in their next payment.