We've already seen some local school fights broadcast on YouTube, but now we've got one that includes parents.
A Lubbock man has died after a truck rollover in Runnels County Thursday morning.
A Horn Professor of History at Texas Tech University has become a member of Spain's Royal Academy of History.
The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to a world record, $540 million. No one matched all five numbers and the mega ball in Tuesday's drawing, which was worth $363 million.
She was found alone at a local convenience store, and now Lubbock police are trying to figure out why. Authorities say around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, a five-year-old girl walked into the EZ Mart in the 7400 block of Quaker.
New research finds you don't need to be directly exposed to a traumatic event to suffer from PTSD.
If you're not getting enough sleep, you could be putting your health at risk.
We all know exercise is important. Wouldn't it be great to get your exercise from a pill? Sounds crazy, but researchers are Harvard Medical School think they're onto something.
Lubbock City Council on Thursday approved the first reading of an ordinance which tightens the requirements on Lubbock Power & Light to turn over money to the City Council and eases the requirement that customers get a yearly refund. Updated for Councilman Beane's comments.
In Dallas today, the medical staff at Children's Medical City gave a birthday party for an 11 year old who came back for a well-check after a rare surgery.
HealthWise at Five today, Dr. Jannette Dufour, TTUHSC Assistant Professor in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, came on the segment today to answer our KCBD Facebook viewer's questions about diabetes.
A Hobbs man and a Lubbock woman are dead following a head on collision Thursday morning in Terry County.
A Littlefield High School coach is being investigated for misconduct with a student. The female coach was put on administrative leave starting March 9th, right before Littlefield's spring break.
Texas Tech University's Knight Raiders will defend their national title March 30-April 1 at the 2012 President's Cup in Washington, D.C. Often known as the Final Four of College Chess, this premier event will determine the country's top intercollegiate team.