On Tuesday, more investors came forward to accuse Lubbock-based businessman John W. Beakley of fraud in a civil proceeding.
A federal judge in Lubbock refuses to completely let go of allegations against Lubbock businessman John W. Beakley. Lawyers for and against the idea made their case Wednesday before U.S. District Judge
A Slaton family is picking up the pieces after a Tuesday night fire completely destroyed their trailer and damaged houses on either side.
Federal agents arrested a Shallowater man on Tuesday and accused him of downloading sexual images and/or movie files of young children. Ruben Cuellar, 41, was charged on Monday...
This week KCBD would like to honor 92-year-old John A. Buesseler as our "Hometown Hero". He is a three war veteran who has served the Lubbock community, just as much as he served overseas.
No. 8 Pepperdine (9-6) held off No. 22 Texas Tech (8-5) to secure a 6-1 victory in men's tennis at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands of soldiers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan are coming back with a disability known as the silent killer, post traumatic stress disorder. In most cases they have received treatment, but when trying to file a claim for benefits, many veterans are seeing delays.
No. 27 Texas Tech finished its midweek series sweep over Alabama A&M with a 25-5 victory on Wednesday at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
A majority of Texas Legislators spoke out in support of Gov. Perry's efforts to enforce state law prohibiting tax dollars from going to abortion providers and their affiliates, which has been in effect since 2005. The members issued statements that were signed by 19 senators and 77 house members.
Lubbock police are investigating a drive by shooting that took place in south Lubbock.
City of Lubbock Chief Financial Officer Andy Burcham has submitted his resignation. KCBD NewsChannel 11 was able to confirm that he did so to take a job effective April 1 as the Texas Tech Assistant Vice Chancellor for Treasury and Cash Management.
Crosby County Judge David Wigley told KCBD that Sheriff David Barker handed him his resignation letter on Monday, effective March 31st.
The CEO and President of Lubbock's Planned Parenthood is speaking out following his arrest for indecent exposure.
City of Lubbock crews will be flushing water mains in the area of Norfolk Avenue and 97th Street over the next two weeks in conjunction with the Lake Alan Henry Water Supply Pipeline Project.
Information from: City of Lubbock Having a staycation in Lubbock for Spring Break? Join us at the Buddy Holly Center between 1:00 PM -3:00 PM Monday, March 12th - Friday, March 16th for spring related
Firefighters were called out Tuesday night to the 7500 block of Southeast Drive just before 10 p.m. An employee of the business called 911 to report that a wood chipper attached to a semi was on fire. The chipper was being used to chop up wood pallets into mulch, and the employee said the mulch caught fire. There were no reports of injuries.