The relief efforts are underway in the tornado-ravaged Dallas/Fort Worth area. After seeing the destruction, the Texas Tech football team stepped up to help.
T. Boone Pickens is expanding his wind power business here on the South Plains.
Health inspectors were not impressed with two very popular Lubbock restaurants this week. The report advises our first low performer to discontinue their food services until a violation is corrected, and our other low performer is a Hub City sushi hot spot that got caught not washing their hands. We'll start there.
A toy plastic gun wrapped in electrical tape is to blame for Wednesday's 2-hour standoff that had police surrounding a Southwest Lubbock bank.
It's a big day at UMC today for the most critical babies and their families to make the long-anticipated move to the brand new East Tower.
Dr. Sam Prien discusses several environmental issues that could harm a man's ability to have children.
Video and transcript of Thursday's LPD press conference concerning the City Bank hostage incident.
The Lubbock Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their very own. Onzo, a Dutch Shepard died on Monday at the age of 12.
Humberto Salinas, Jr., 46, pled guilty to Capital Murder Thursday and was sentenced to life without parole. Salinas, 46, pled guilty to killing Elizabeth Ennen, 15, in 2011. The Monterey High School student was reported missing by her mother on Jan. 5, 2011.
Traffic was diverted on South Loop 289 for hours on Thursday after a 4-car pile-up near Slide Road caused a fire marshal's vehicle to burst into flames.
Juquetia Chiles, 27, of Lubbock pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to 18 criminal charges against her including conspiracy to manufacture counterfeit securities.