Recent Articles by KCBD

Olton fire chief: House fires believed to be arson, state marshal continues investigation

New Deal, Idalou, Roosevelt respond to overnight cotton bale fire

Levelland students find ‘oldest animal species’ in playa lake

Downed power line near 50th Street, Indiana Avenue backs up Friday morning traffic

Person of interest arrested in missing Lubbock woman case

Lubbock VA hosts free flu shot clinic for veterans

Truck driver seriously injured after crashing into New Deal school bus; no students injured

LPD eyes person of interest in case of missing homeless woman

Funeral plans detailed for retired county court, district judge Brad Underwood

Construction to begin on roadway project throughout South Loop, another on MLK to Idalou Road

1 dead after Friday morning wreck in East Lubbock

Woman dies after being pinned under vehicle at United, 82nd & Frankford

44,000 pounds shredded at 5th annual Shred-A-Thon

Last day to buy tickets for 2019 Hub City BBQ Cook-off

City to close off 3rd Street, Avenue X for construction project starting Thursday

Salvation Army taking applications for Angel Tree Program

Police recover thousands after burglary at Anderson Brothers

Perry, Frullo, Burrows to host education town hall inside Dunbar Prep

County commissioners approve John Lang as interim chief medical examiner

Traffic backed up after vehicle spills sheet metal on I-27

Memorial service held for Estacado coaching legend Louis Kelley

Frenship hosts Adaptive Field Day for students with disabilities

Lady Raiders basketball team to host tip-off event Friday night

Judgement: Bart Reagor owes Ford Motor Credit $53,759,450.96

Federal judge issues gag order in Ford case against Bart Reagor

Police identify 4 who allegedly stole gun from Academy, started police chase

UMC partners with Susan G. Komen for free mammograms during October

2 injured in crash on Highway 114 near Levelland, parts of highway closed

Sentencing rescheduled for Shane Smith, former Reagor-Dykes CFO

Lubbock Animal Services to charge intake fees, hopes to reduce animal surrenders