No. 23 Red Raiders top Iowa State 72-52

The 23rd-ranked Red Raiders led by 6 at the half but pulled away in the second half to top Iowa State 72-52 at United Supermarkets Arena.

  WATCH: Funeral, procession for LPD Officer Nicholas Reyna

Family provides another amazing update for Tanner Rodrigues

  VIDEO: Vanilla Ice performs at halftime for Red Raiders vs. Iowa State

2020 Lubbock Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Utility work to affect portion of Marsha Sharp Freeway starting Sunday night

Seminole police involved in chase and shooting, suspect not located

Continued Coverage

Buddy Holly Center to honor 61st Anniversary of The Day the Music Died, Feb. 3

First Methodist Church in Jayton damaged in Friday morning fire

2 children killed, 1 adult injured in icy-weather crash on I-27

All proceeds from United shirt sales to go to family of fallen, injured first responders

  WATCH: Funeral held for fallen firefighter Eric Hill

  Lieutenant Eric Hill’s family presented with Firefighter’s Medal of Honor

United teams up for alcohol delivery

The United Family has teamed up with the beverage delivery service Instacart to provide alcohol delivery to its customers.

  Improving South Plains weather this afternoon

What a difference a few hours can make in our weather here in the South Plains f West Texas. This morning there were areas of ice and low visibility in fog. This afternoon we will see decreasing clouds and increasing winds. Quite a change heading into the weekend.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Carol

Meet Carol, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Carol is a 2-year-old boxer mix.

  AM ice and fog, PM some sun

Patchy ice and areas of low visibility in fog are possible this morning. Drive to conditions. Allow extra drive time, slow down, keep extra space between vehicles, and drive with low-beam headlights on. Improving conditions are on the way.

Ice reported along Interstate 27 north of Lubbock

1 home destroyed, 2 dogs dead after Levelland house fire

  Expect dangerous road conditions through Friday morning

  Food for Thought: 1/16/2020

  Idalou’s Bradley Adkins to try to return to Olympics in 2020

  United Family trains drivers to be truckers against sex trafficking

Traffic slowed on S. Loop 289 and Indiana Avenue as crews respond to crashes

Emergency crews are responding to multiple crashes the South Loop near Indiana Avenue, causing traffic to slow.

  Lubbock businesses donating to area first responders

The Lubbock community is coming together in a time of tragedy, with a collection of business owners finding ways to lend a helping hand.

H-E-B providing free meals for first responders Friday, Saturday

H-E-B will be providing two free hot meals for police officers and firefighters at Southcrest Baptist Church, 3801 S. Loop 289 Frontage Road, on Friday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Scammers pretending to represent Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock

The Boys & Girls Club of Lubbock is warning about people asking for donations at United and Walmart, pretending to be from the Boys & Girls Club.

McGavock Nissan auctioning fire helmet autographed by Mahomes to benefit families of first responders

McGavock Nissan is auctioning off a fire helmet autographed by Patrick Mahomes, raising money for the families of first responders killed or injured in the line of duty on Saturday.

Xcel Energy prepares for possible weather-related outages

Xcel Energy has mobilized crews and suppliers to respond quickly if icy conditions lead to power outages across the area.

Dept. of Justice announces proposed rule for equal treatment of faith-based organizations, guidance on school prayer

The Department of Justice announced a proposed rule today that would implement President Trump’s Executive Order No. 13831 (May 3, 2018), remove regulatory burdens on religious organizations, and ensure that religious and non-religious organizations are treated equally in DOJ-supported programs.

Details released for public visitation for fallen first responders

Public visitation hours for our fallen first responders have been set for tonight, Thursday, January 16.

Flu causes Brownfield to cancel school

A flu outbreak within the Brownfield Independent School District has prompted its administration to cancel class on Friday.

Fire, police chiefs issue community-wide plea for road safety

Lubbock Police Chief Floyd Mitchell and Lubbock Fire Rescue Chief Shaun Fogerson are asking drivers to slow down and be mindful of their surroundings as winter weather comes through the South Plains again.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Feller

Meet Feller, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Feller is a 2-year-old male pit mix who has been with the shelter since October.

  Icy roads and sidewalks possible

A significant precipitation event for the KCBD viewing area is getting underway. By significant, I mean in terms of the amounts possible and the types possible. Hazardous road conditions are possible.

Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine, Michael Cantu and the Daybreak Today crew for the most important news of the day. Watch the KCBD NewsChannel 11 livestream to catch the latest information from Daybreak Today.

3 found with mortar round at gate to Pearl Harbor base trigger security scare

Gates on the base were closed for approximately two hours.

  Lubbock police, fire chiefs grateful for 'overwhelming’ support at memorial for first responders

Although the weather was cold and windy, LFR Chief Shaun Fogerson and LPD Chief Floyd Mitchell said it was a beautiful night for a beautiful tribute to two fallen first responders, Officer Nicholas Reyna and Lt. Eric Hill.

Matt Mooney, Tariq Owens sign two-way contracts with Cleveland Cavaliers, Phoenix Suns

Former Texas Tech Basketball players Matt Mooney and Tariq Owens have officially put pen to paper with two NBA teams.

Report details Saturday’s fatal crash involving first responders

The Texas Department of Transportation has released a crash report on Saturday’s fatal crash in which two first responders died, one firefighter was hospitalized in critical condition and a driver suffered serious injuries.

Driver identified after deadly crash on Highway 84

Police are investigating a motorcycle and pickup crash on Highway 84 at the Frankford Avenue intersection in between Shallowater and Lubbock.

Controlled burn reported in Southwest Lubbock

A large grass fire was reported in Southwest Lubbock around 12:37 p.m., located near County Road 7640 and County Road 7700.

The Inside Out Foundation hosts ‘Women’s Health Seminar’

The Inside Out Foundation will be hosting the ‘Women’s Health Seminar’.

Infection identified and surgery scheduled for Lubbock man, Tanner Rodrigues

We have a positive update for Tanner Rodrigues, who has been battling for his life with a bacterial infection.

Texas court reverses decision on Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon

The 7th Court of Appeals decision reversing Dr. Thomas Dixon’s murder-for-hire conviction has been overturned by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.

Education commissioner rejects Snyder’s plan for middle school realignment

Snyder Independent School District has to re-assess its plan for realigning and closing its middle school after it was rejected by the Commissioner of the Texas Education Agency, Mike Morath.

Dallas Mavericks to hold Texas Tech College Night against Jarrett Culver and the Timberwolves

The Dallas Maverick’s Texas Tech night will be Feburary 24, against Jarrett Culver and the Timberwolves.

Texas to carry out nation’s first execution of 2020 for domestic violence slaying in Collin County

John Gardner, 64, is set to be put to death for the 2005 murder of his estranged wife. His lawyers have argued the crime wasn't eligible for the death penalty.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Reba

Meet Reba, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Reba is a 3-year-old rottweiler mix who has been in the shelter since December.

Here is where you can get the official t-shirts this weekend for killed, injured Lubbock first responders

The Lubbock Professional Police Association has released the official t-shirts for the killed and injured first responders.

Wintry precipitation on the way

Our local weather will undergo a bit of a change today, a significant change tomorrow. Winter is about to remind us what season this is.

Daybreak Today Wednesday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine, Michael Cantu and the Daybreak Today crew for the most important news of the day. Watch the KCBD NewsChannel 11 livestream to catch the latest information from Daybreak Today.

  Lubbock mom speaks on son battling for his life against mysterious bacterial infection

24-year-old son Tanner Rodrigues who is fighting for his life at UMC due to a mysterious bacterial infection in his heart.

Criminal summons issued for Clovis police officer prompting his resignation

A criminal summons has been issued for a Clovis Police officer, resulting in his resignation from the force.

Red Raiders get big road win over Kansas State

The 23rd ranked Red Raiders snapped a two game losing streak as they beat Kansas State 77-63 in Manhattan, Kansas Tuesday night.

Suspect charged with three counts of murder in 2019 Hobbs shooting

Hobbs PD says after months of investigating and interviewing, they met with the District Attorney and determined there was sufficient probable cause to charge 19-year-old Bishop Henderson with three counts of murder.

Suspect strikes NM deputy in stolen vehicle, deputy fires back

On January 8, a Lea County Sheriff’s Deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a car with a Texas license plate that was reported stolen. The vehicle attempted to flee the scene striking the Deputy's unit head on. The driver of the vehicle was not located and has not been identified at this time

  Consider This: Join Me In A Prayer

The tremendous display of honor for Lubbock’s fallen first responders has once again revealed the true spirit of compassion, respect, and empathy so unique to our community.

First Responder Organizations nationwide asking drivers to move over

After the loss of two first responders this weekend, several representatives from various First Responder organizations across the country are asking drivers across the country to “pay attention and move over.”

Fiber optic cable cut in south Lubbock, around 1,000 customers without service

A fiber optic cable for South Plains Telephone Cooperative was cut in south Lubbock and about 1,000 customers are now without service.

White House considers diverting billions more for border wall

The Trump administration plans to pull an additional $7.2 billion from military funds for the border wall.

Update for injured firefighter Matt Dawson

Lubbock Fire Rescue has shared an update from Matt Dawson’s wife Chanda:

Transgender Virginians to advocate for LGBTQ nondiscrimination bill at Capitol

The group is expected to meet with lawmakers at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Blanca

Meet Blanca KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Blanca is a 2-year-old Chihuahua mix.

Texas Tech University Museum to open Horn Professor Emeritus James C. Watkins Exhibition

James C. Watkins will open an exhibition “Reflections Made of Memories” on Saturday, January 18 at the Museum of Texas Tech University.

Gov. Greg Abbott, a Catholic, draws criticism over new refugee ban from Texas’ Catholic bishops

It’s not the first time Abbott has disagreed with the religious groups over state policy. He was also criticized in 2015 after he made Senate Bill 4, an omnibus, state-based immigration enforcement bill, a legislative priority.

  Spring today, but winter on the way

Today will be like yesterday, Spring-like but with less wind. Changes, however, are on the way. Precipitation is likely late this week. It may include some wintry showers. Here's my look ahead.

Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine, Michael Cantu and the Daybreak Today crew for the most important news of the day. Watch the KCBD NewsChannel 11 livestream to catch the latest information from Daybreak Today.

104-year-old World War II veteran collecting Valentine’s Day cards

Maj. Bill White is asking people from all over the world sent him a card this Valentine’s Day

  Lubbock Fire Rescue asking public to use verified accounts when making donations for fallen first responders

If you're going to donate to the families of the fallen first responders, Lubbock Fire and Rescue wants your money to get into the right hands.

  Unanswered text from fallen Lubbock officer prompts strong message of safety & support of first responders

CJ Wetzler, a Lubbock youth pastor at The Message, just wanted to share a message to his students and their families when he posted to social media a screenshot of a text message he said he sent his neighbor, Officer Nicholas Reyna.

WATCH LIVE: Escort for fallen first responders arrives in Lubbock

A convoy left the Ft. Worth area around 1 p.m. to bring back the firefighter and police officer who were killed in a traffic crash on Saturday morning in north Lubbock County.

One man suffers first degree burns after overnight duplex fire

Lubbock Fire Rescue responded to a fire at a duplex early Monday morning that left one man with first degree burns and seven people displaced.

Houston Astros fire manager and general manager

Houston Astros fire manager and general manager

Man arrested, accused of dragging body to cellar after fatal shooting

Investigators with the Lubbock Police Department have arrested a man they believe moved the body into an underground cellar after a fatal shooting Friday evening.

TABC issues new 90-day suspension for Level Nightclub

An emergency 90-day suspension was issued to Level Nightclub at 1928 Buddy Holly Ave. by the Texas Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

Tech drops to No. 23 in AP poll

Following two consecutive losses during Big 12 play, the Texas Tech men’s basketball team has dropped to No. 23 in the Associated Press’ Top 25 poll.

  Costly Care: Medicare charged hundreds more than drug’s cost at cash value

A man noticed his insurance paid all of one medication, but then he discovered the federal government was billed hundreds more than market value.

Gov Abbott honors Texas church hero today

Governor Greg Abbott will present the Governor’s Medal of Courage to West Freeway Church of Christ hero Jack Wilson on Monday, January 13, 2020.

Lubbock Tattoo expo takes place Jan. 31- Feb. 2

The sixth annual Lubbock Tattoo Expo will take place from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 inside the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center at 1501 Mac Davis Ln.

Lubbock National Bank to open a branch inside United Supermarkets on Parkway Drive

Lubbock National Bank to open a branch inside United Supermarkets on Parkway Drive