This week's Pay It Forward starts out in Central Lubbock near the intersection of 50th Street and Memphis Avenue. We set up with our Pay It Forward sign in search of our next playmaker.
Was the recent weather seen on the South Plains just a taste of what's ahead? Last year, Lubbock saw virtually no severe weather.
The same storm that struck Lubbock traveled northeast to visit the town of Memphis in the Texas Panhandle. Memphis had multiple damage reports, according to the National Weather Service.
A pair of Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) foes faced off on Monday night in the semifinal round of the 2012 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship presented by Kentuckytourism.com, as Oklahoma City knocked off Lubbock Christian (Texas), 85-55.
Back in December, a company representing the University of Missouri asked Frenship ISD to stop using their side-profile tiger logo, claiming it was too similar to the logo used by the university.
A case of tuberculosis has been confirmed at a local call center. One Convergys employee tested positive for the disease.
Prosecutors and the defense have made an agreement concerning some aspects of the upcoming trial of terror suspect Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari.
The South Plains faced severe thunderstorms and tornado warnings Sunday night, including a lightning strike that briefly took KCBD NewsChannel 11 off the air.
With tornado season quickly approaching, you may be thinking about where your family would go in the event of a disaster. A storm shelter seems to be the obvious choice.
National Safe Place is pleased to announce March 18-24, 2012 as National Safe Place Week. The week serves to increase awareness about the importance of youth safety and the dangers young people face when they feel they have nowhere to go or are in crisis situations.
Monday through Wednesday, the Lubbock Fire Department will be conducting rescue training on the water tower at 50th & Indiana.