2 Reagor Dykes Employees Plead Guilty To Bank Fraud Conspiracy

Clovis man found guilty of aggravated battery, faces up to 4 years in prison

  Heavy rain, severe weather possible throughout weekend

  Experts: Human trafficking is hidden tragedy of broken immigration system

UPS truck fire causes morning traffic backup on South Loop

Enviro Tech Chemical Services to Build New $8M Manufacturing Facility in Industrial Rail Park

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1 suffers moderate injuries after motorcycle crash on South Loop 289, near University

Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief

  Park employee’s quick thinking saves 2-year-old from drowning in lake

  Food for Thought: 9/19/19

One injured in collision, traffic backed up on the Marsha Sharp Freeway and Slide Road

  Coronado students continue tradition, making sure students feel included during homecoming week

Caudill sentenced to 99 years after shooting at police, endangering child in 2017

Thomas Caudill was sentenced to 99 years in TDCJ on Wednesday, with credit for time served after previously being found guilty of possession of a firearm with an enhancement.

Police: 2 stole life-sized cutout of QB Mahomes, crashed car

Two suspects are being penalized after they allegedly stole a life-sized cutout of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, then had a wreck as they fled

  Tech administration host vet school groundbreaking in Amarillo

Administration with Texas Tech and the Texas Tech University System are in Amarillo for the groundbreaking ceremony for the upcoming School of Veterinary Medicine.

  Strong storms, heavy rain, possible

Since this weekend the KCBD First Alert Forecast Team has been talking about an increase in our storm and rain potential for the end of the week. Well, it's about to be the end of the week. Here's my update.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Zeus

Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

Drowning child pulled from Lobo Lake

  Attacks in Saudi Arabia raising West Texas gas prices

  James Braxton thankful for 5 more years to reach 100

  Texas Comptroller’s Office could be holding your money

WANTED WEDNESDAY: LPD searching for vehicle burglary suspects

Lubbock police are searching for vehicle burglary and theft suspects in this week’s Wanted Wednesday.

  Suspects steal packages, cash from Lubbock Post Office

An investigation is underway after several packages were stolen from a central Lubbock post office. The Lubbock Police Department was called out to the Murryhill Post Office at 4811 Louisville Avenue on Sunday morning.

  2019 South Plains Honor Flight concludes with final remembrances, a hero’s welcome home

More than 80 veterans are back on the South Plains after spending three days in the Washington, D.C. area on the Texas South Plains Honor Flight. The trip has provided them an opportunity to see how the United States pays tribute to them, the wars they fought and the men and women they fought next t

Texas Tech Professor Katharine Hayhoe Named UN Champion of the Earth

Katharine Hayhoe, director of the Climate Center at Texas Tech University, has received a 2019 Champions of the Earth Award, the United Nations’ highest environmental honor, for her commitment to understanding the effects of climate change and efforts to transform public attitudes.

Lubbock ISD home to four National Merit Semifinalists

Lubbock ISD is home to four National Merit Semifinalists in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program...

Prosecutors: 58 accused of Texas health care, opioid fraud

Federal prosecutors say 58 people across Texas have been charged with assorted health care fraud blamed for $66 million in losses and unlawful distribution of opioids

Texas Roadhouse to donate 100% of Thursday’s profits to Odessa shooting victims

On Thursday, September 19, Lubbock’s Texas Roadhouse and 62 other locations across Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma and New Mexico, invite the public to simultaneous Permian Basin Strong fundraisers to benefit Midland/Odessa shooting victims and their families.

Hobbs, NM woman arrested after child dies in hot car

A 41-year-old Hobbs, New Mexico woman was arrested by police, charged with abandonment of a child resulting in death, after she is said to have left a 2-year-old girl in the backseat of her vehicle.

Gary Goff sworn in as assistant District Attorney for Hockley County

A new assistant district attorney has been sworn in for the 286th District Court, which covers Hockley and Cochran Counties.

1 hospitalized after Wednesday morning wreck near Idalou

Parts of U.S. Highway 62 were blocked off after a crash between a semi-truck and pickup truck reported just after 4 a.m. Wednesday. The driver of the pickup was injured in this crash.

  Resthaven hosting Back the Blue event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday

Resthaven Funeral Home is hosting its fourth annual Back the Blue event for Lubbock County law enforcement officers on Wednesday.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Scruff

Meet Scruff, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Scruff is a 1.5-year-old heeler-mix who has been in the shelter for seven months.

Daybreak Today Wednesday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine 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.

  Possible stormy end to the week

We can expect little change in our weather over the next 24 hours or so, but a significant change will follow. As our team has noted over the past several days or so, wetter and (at least slightly) cooler weather is on the way.

Police respond to motorcycle and truck collision at 66th St and Indiana

A call came into police at 8:58 p.m., about a crash involving a motorcycle and a pickup truck in the area of 66th Street and Indiana Avenue. One person on scene was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.

  Consider this: Honor, Courage, and Closure

The veterans that travel every year on the South Plains Honor Flight have embodied every meaning of the word honor.

  Crucial need for volunteers to give foster children a voice in the courtroom

CASA of the South Plains is asking for your help. The organization is looking for people to become a court appointment special advocate for a child in foster care.

One with moderate injuries following crash on east 4th St, police say

Police responded to a crash in the 3900 block of 4th street. The collision involved a Blazer pickup and a semi-truck. One person was found with moderate injuries.

South Plains Honor Flight return delayed, set to return to Lubbock by 10:30 p.m.

The Southwest flight carrying veterans back from Washington, D.C. is being diverted to Dallas Love Field.

C.B. Stubblefield, of “Stubb’s Bar-B-Q,” inducted into BBQ Hall of Fame

This past Saturday, September 14 at the World Series of Barbecue in Kansas City, Lubbock-native C.B. Stubblefield, of Stubb's Bar-B-Q was inducted into the Barbecue Hall of Fame.

2-year-old dies in hot car in Hobbs, one woman arrested

Hobbs Police say they received a 911 call around 1:30 p.m. from a woman who said she had accidentally left her child in her vehicle for several hours.

Imelda wind gusts topple small planes at Baton Rouge airport

Video provided to WAFB appears to show violent winds flowing through a hanger at the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport Tuesday, Sept. 17.

  1970s Lubbock Tornado survivors talk about future memorial

It is being built to honor and recognize the 26 victims who died in the 1970 tornado that hit the hub city. It will also pay tribute to the resiliency of the Lubbock community and their ability to rebuild.

Clovis man sentenced to 11 years for pointing gun at 3 kids and their grandfather

A Clovis man was found guilty by a jury on Tuesday of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, child abuse and felon in possession of a firearm.

Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally celebrates 50th Anniversary

Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally celebrates 50 years this September 18th- 22nd, 2019.

Police identify body found in Northeast Lubbock

The body found on Monday, September 16, 2019, has been identified as 60-year-old Vernon Lee White.

Occidental teams up with South Plains Food Bank to serve rural areas

All it took was one phone call from Occidental to the South Plains Food Bank (SPFB) to make a big impact for their mobile pantry program, according to SPFB team members.

Grand jury indicts 3 involved in robbery which led to police K-9, 14-year old boy being shot

A Lubbock County grand jury has indicted three people who are accused of being involved in an aggravated robbery that led to a police K-9 being shot.

Six indicted, charged in connection to Celestino Rodriguez murder

Six of seven people arrested on various charges connected to the disappearance and death of 79-year-old Celestino Rodriguez were indicted by a grand jury in Lubbock, Tuesday.

1 in custody after police chase that stalled traffic throughout MSFW

The Lubbock Police Department has one person in custody after a police chase that started around 7:10 a.m. Tuesday. The chase ended near Quaker Avenue and the Marsha Sharp Freeway.

5th annual Shred-A-Thon scheduled for Oct. 9

The fifth annual Shred-A-Thon happening Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Man who posted death threat on KCBD, LPD social media arrested

The Lubbock Police Department has arrested a man who posted a death threat on KCBD NewsChannel 11 and LPD media sites.

Texas teenager sentenced to 20 years for aiding terror group

A Texas teenager has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for recruiting fighters on behalf of a Pakistan-based terrorist organization

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Xela

Meet Xela, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Xela is a 3-year-old heeler-mix, who is spayed and is one of the longest stay pets with LAS.

Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine 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.

  Wet and cooler weather ahead

A change in our weather is on the way, with a good chance of rain and slightly cooler for much of the viewing area. But first, it's more of the same.

  Veterans complete emotional second day on South Plains Honor Flight

Day 2 of the Texas South Plains Honor Flight is difficult to summarize, just like the emotions our more than 80 veterans felt while visiting the national monuments built to honor them and the wars they fought.

Police officer dead, suspect in custody after shooting in Tuscaloosa

Authorities confirm an officer with the Tuscaloosa Police Department shot Monday in the western part of the city has died from his injuries.

  Battling back: Muleshoe student beats cancer and becomes inspiration

It was a trick play that Matthew Alarcon never saw coming, and an opponent that no one ever wants to face.

Texas Tech University sets records with fall enrollment

According to the report from Texas Tech, records were set in total enrollment, graduate enrollment, graduation rates, National Merit Finalists and Presidential Scholarships awarded.

Pedestrian killed after hit by pickup Monday night

The Lubbock Police Department has identified a 59-year-old man as the person who was killed Monday night after he was hit by a pickup truck near 89th Street and University Avenue.

Red Raiders QB Alan Bowman out several weeks

Texas Tech Athletics confirms Red Raider QB Alan Bowman could be out for several weeks due to a shoulder injury from this past Saturday’s game against Arizona.

  City of Lubbock announces finalists for police chief position

The City of Lubbock has announced three finalists for the position of police chief at the Lubbock Police Department.

  Police identify suicidal man shot, killed after shooting gun at Plainview police

A man threatening suicide was shot and killed after pointing his gun at Plainview police on Saturday morning.

  Police report to body found near MLK, Kent Street

The Lubbock Police Department has been called to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Kent Street, in northeast Lubbock, after a body was reportedly found in a field.

Suspect arrested after police chase from Levelland to Lubbock

Joe Louis Garcia, 28, is currently in the Lubbock County Detention Center on a combined bond of $10,250. He is charged with evading in a vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia.

LPD: Infant’s death over weekend not suspicious

The Lubbock Police Department does not believe the circumstances surrounding a 5-day-old infant’s death on Sunday morning are suspicious.

  Texas South Plains Honor Flight veterans wrap up Day 1 in DC

KCBD is proud to travel with veterans from the Texas South Plains Honor Flight as they head to Washington, DC to see the memorials built to honor the wars they fought for us.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Summer

Meet Summer, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Summer is a 1.5-year-old lab-pittie mix.

  Our next (potential) rain-maker

There will be little change in our weather today or tomorrow. Which means mild mornings, very warm to somewhat hot afternoons, and little chance of rain. Our next potential rain-maker, however, is in our sights.

Daybreak Today Monday Morning Brief

Thank you for joining Sharon Maines, Steve Divine 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 police investigating death of a child

Lubbock police are investigating the death of a child Sunday morning.

Red Raiders fall to Arizona in final non-conference game

With the 28-14 loss to Arizona, Texas Tech falls to 2-1 on the season.

  Step Out to fight diabetes, Saturday morning at Mackenzie Park

The American Diabetes Association of West Texas’ 26th annual Step Out event is happening Saturday, with a few changes.

  1 dead, 2 injured after car crashes into popular restaurant in Ruidoso, NM

New Mexico DPS has confirmed a car crashed through the front of a popular Ruidoso restaurant on Friday night.

Crews respond to accident at North Loop 289 and MLK Blvd

Emergency crews responded to a collision near the north Loop 289 and MLK Boulevard. The crash involved two cars, and at least one person on scene had serious injuries. The total extent of injuries are unknown at this time.

Former Lubbock ISD Superintendent Dr. E.C. Leslie dies at 88

Dr. E.C. Leslie, a longtime educator and former Lubbock ISD superintendent, passed away this afternoon at the age of 88.

  Lubbock Fire Rescue’s team returns after helping Odessa first responders cope with tragedy

Lubbock Fire Rescue’s Critical Incident Stress Team recently returned from Midland/Odessa, where they reached out to help first responders in the wake of the shooting that killed seven people and injured 22.