This week KCBD would like to honor World War II veteran Charles Odell Sears as our "Hometown Hero." In 1942, this 89-year-old veteran graduated from Gomez High School, just miles from Brownfield. Less than a year later, he was drafted into the U.S. Army.
Across the South Plains people are receiving a letter that claims they've won $65,000 dollars, but it's all just an elaborate scam.
Concerned Lubbock citizens presented Mayor Tom Martin with their petition for a traffic signal in northeast Lubbock on Wednesday.
Texas Tech University is one of eleven Texas colleges who are not following federal rules that govern student aid money and how it's handled. That's according to a 225 page report by state auditors who say they found significant issues with the way financial aid was issued to students.
The capital murder trial for Ruben Garcia continued Wednesday, as two witnesses said they saw Garcia stab one of the victims, Rudy Garcia, 28, on October 1, 2009.
The officials of Lubbock-based American Commercial College were put on notice Wednesday that they were sued clear back in the summer of 2010. A judge sealed the lawsuit at the time it was first filed, and so it was not public record until now.
A miniature horse has survived a brutal dog attack. Again. Pepperjack was attacked Monday morning in his paddock by two dogs. The same horse fell victim to another attack back in 2008 when two pit bulls went on a violent rampage, killing two miniature horse and seriously injuring four others.
Earlier this month Federal Judge Sam Cummings ruled that Lubbock terror suspect Khalid Aldawsari should be treated like a spy. That means he won't have certain rights to examine the evidence against him under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
A Lubbock father is facing criminal charges after police say he drove drunk with his baby in the backseat.
Residents of a home in south Lubbock are safe today after a house fire. The flames broke out around 3p.m. Wednesday at a duplex in the 9400 block of Boston Avenue.
The effort to have a joint City/County health department is not over. On Wednesday, Councilman Victor Hernandez announced his intention to pursue the idea, despite a presentation last by the Board of Health that such a joint venture is not feasible at this time.
If you're in the mood for chicken, United Blood Services and the Chick-Fil-A at 68th and Slide might have a deal for you. The "Don't be a chicken. Eat more chicken" blood drive kicked off on Monday at United Blood Services.