Multiple vehicle crash on I-27 at Regis Street

The Lubbock Police Department has confirmed a multiple vehicle crash on I-27 near Regis Street early Sunday morning.

  4 displaced, dog killed in Levelland house fire

  No. 24 Texas Tech falls to Oklahoma State 73-70

Multiple vehicle crash on eastbound access road of South Loop 289

  Lubbock police investigating threat of organized mail theft

  Lubbock Health Department investigates McDonald’s after viral post claims unsanitary conditions

Lubbock Professional Firefighters to sell Never Forget benefit T-Shirts before TTU-Kansas St game

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  No. 3 Red Raider Baseball wins season opener

Lubbock couple charged with stealing $213K worth of equipment from NTS

Man charged with arson in connection with structure fire on Idalou Road

  City looking for public feedback on updates to development code

DPS Seeks Leads in 1994 Death of Corpus Christi Woman

Texas Tech System invites Midwestern State University to join system

Red Raider baseball set for opening day at home

Friday is opening day for the Red Raider baseball team. Tech is ranked in the top 10 in all of this year’s pre-season baseball polls.

Driver crashes into irrigation system, gets away from police

Law enforcement in Gaines County are searching for a driver who ran away from police after crashing a vehicle into an electrical irrigation system in a field.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Credence

Meet Credence, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Credence is a 1-year-old black lab mix who came to the shelter as a stray in November.

Firefighter suffers minor injuries responding to Friday fire

An investigation is underway to determine the cause of a Friday morning house fire in the 4400 block of 66th Street.

Snuggle-weather update

Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief

  Freezing fog and winter’s chill return Friday morning

Food for Thought: 2/13/2020

Levelland-based AimBank merges with Heartland Financial after $280.4 million purchase

  Patriot Penalty: Deployed service members come home to find higher auto insurance rates

  Courtney Dobbins sentenced to 27 years for shooting girlfriend during domestic dispute

Courtney Dobbins was sentenced to 27 years in prison and fined $10,000 on Thursday, after being found guilty of shooting his girlfriend during a domestic dispute back on Feb. 13, 2019.

  300 spots still open for Lubbock ISD’s new STEAM magnet school

Just 100 students have applied and been accepted to commander William C. McCool Academy, Lubbock ISD’s new steam magnet school. That means there is still space for 300 students to attend the academy this fall.

  Lubbock police seeking assistance in locating persons of interest in aggravated robbery

The Lubbock Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating several subjects involved in an aggravated robbery that occurred shortly after 4 p.m. Feb. 3 at Stripes Convenience Store, 403 Avenue Q.

  Lubbock County elections officials urge preparation ahead of voting on lengthy primary ballot

Voters are encouraged to do their homework ahead of entering the voting booth for the March Primary Election. With more candidates and more races than usual, there will be more to review when casting your ballot.

Texas Tech Athletics mourns passing of Ecomet Burley

Texas Tech Athletics mourns the loss of All-American defensive lineman and Hall of Fame member Ecomet Burley, who passed away Thursday at the age of 65.

Doctor charged with public intoxication in ER, medical license suspended

The Texas Medical Board temporarily suspended a physician on Wednesday after learning that he was arrested by the Lamesa Police Department on charges of public intoxication while in the Medical Arts Emergency Room in Lamesa.

  Limbaugh draws bipartisan condemnation for Buttigieg remarks

Rush Limbaugh is a Trump ally and made the remarks Wednesday on his nationally syndicated radio show.

  Mother on trial for son’s death: ‘I slammed him on the floor because I was mad’

On Thursday, prosecutors again showed the jury video of detectives with Lubbock police interviewing Rodriguez. After hours of questioning, she told detectives what happened: “I took my anger out on an innocent child.”

GoFundMe started after mother of Jahmi’us Ramsey loses home in fire

Texas Tech Basketball posted a link to the GoFundMe on social media Wednesday night, saying funds raised through this initiative will go directly to support the value of Ms. Bryant’s losses. The page says excess funds will be donated to a local non-profit organization.

  Lubbock Fire Rescue offering to install carbon monoxide, smoke detectors

It’s crucial for every household to have working smoke detectors on the property and now Lubbock Fire and Rescue is installing smoke detectors in Lubbock homes for free.

Lubbock Christian School student’s artwork to be on display at state capitol

"Lubbock Christian School is pleased to announce that student, Matthew Montanez, has been selected to have his artwork entitled Everybody is Here displayed in the state capitol in celebration of National Youth Art Month."

PHOTO GALLERY: Tons of adorable West Texas babies, submit your pics!

In honor of the Gerber Baby photo search, KCBD NewsChannel 11 put a call out for pictures of West Texas babies! Submit your baby’s pic here.

Ecomet Burley Jr.'s impact went beyond football field

Former Lufkin standout and Texas Tech Red Raider Ecomet Burley Jr. has died.

First case of coronavirus identified in Texas, group returning from China quarantined in San Antonio

The first confirmed case of the coronavirus in Texas was announced Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

LISD breaks ground on new North Elementary

A groundbreaking ceremony took place at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the site of the new North Elementary School, a project of a 2018 bond.

21-year-old sentenced to 20 years for North Lubbock murder

A Lubbock man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to the murder of Isaias Rodriguez in 2017.

Clovis man taken to Lubbock after shooting

A Clovis man is recovering inside University Medical Center in Lubbock after a shooting Wednesday night. Another person is in a New Mexico jail, charged with the shooting.

  Lubbock USPS collection boxes removed after multiple thefts

The United State Postal Inspection Service says they're in an active investigation after individuals were stealing items inside of Lubbock USPS collection boxes.

  Philanthropist, ranching heiress, Anne Marion dies at 81

Anne Marion — the philanthropist, businesswoman and owner of several ranches including the famous 6666 ranch — has died at the age of 81.

KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Kenzie

Meet Kenzie, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Kenzie is a 1.5-year-old brindle pit who was brought in as a stray.

Flurries, freezing fog, and fair weather

Cold air will be slow to loosen its grip on the KCBD viewing area, but gradually the cold will give way to warmer weather over the next several days. Another shot of cold air, however, possibly accompanied by wintry showers, makes an appearance in our extended forecast.

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.

No injuries, off-site impact after significant fire at ExxonMobil refinery

Crews continue to monitor air quality after a significant fire at ExxonMobil.

  Lubbock Fire Rescue responds to central Lubbock house fire

Emergency crews were called to the scene of a house fire in Central Lubbock, Wednesday evening. It is believed the house is currently abandoned, and no injuries or displacements have been reported at this time.

RDAG Complaint: Smith told FirstCapital exactly what he was doing

In court documents filed Wednesday morning by a court appointed Special Litigation Counsel attorney for Reagor-Dykes estates, they claim FirstCapital “knowingly and intentionally participated in Shane Smith’s fraudulent schemes to defraud [Reagor-Dykes Auto Group] and their creditors.”

  Watching Your Wallet: How to become a 401(k) millionaire

From using a specialized retirement plan to considering using a "robo advisor," experts explain how you can grow your retirement savings.

Fire truck struck by vehicle while working a crash scene in Texas

While working the scene, Shertz Fire had a ladder truck blocking lanes to protect all personnel when it was struck by a second tractor trailer that failed to move over for emergency vehicles.

Wednesday RDAG bankruptcy hearing continued until March

The court hearing that could have decided whether the Reagor Dykes estates stay in reorganization or are liquidated under Chapter 7 has been continued until March 24, 2020.

Vista Bank agrees to pay $7.5M, drops all claims and demands in RDAG case

Vista Bank has agreed to settle with RDAG and pay $7.5 million to the RDAG bankruptcy estate.

Lubbock Christian school band student selected into the 2020 ATSSB All - State Band

Lubbock Christian School is pleased to announce that student Brooke Wright has been selected as a member of the 2020 ATSSB All-State Band.

Police reiterate help in search for person of interest in January murder

The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit continues to seek the public’s assistance in locating an individual for his involvement in the shooting of Ronald Sepeda on Jan. 10.

When you see a warm up like this

After a couple of cold days in the viewing area, temperatures are on the way up. When you see them go up, like in our current 7-Day Forecast, this time of year it often means more than just a warm up.

Lubbock man pleads guilty to 2017 murder

Raynaldo Enriquez, a 30-year-old Lubbock man, has pleaded guilty to the 2017 murder of Gabriel Salazar.

Lubbock Sheriff’s Office seeks to identify shoplifting suspect

The Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the help from the community to identify and find a person accused of shoplifting and evading arrest.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Samantha

Meet Samantha, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Samantha is a 2-year-old brindle pitbull who has been with the shelter since November.

Morning crashes prompt traffic delays on Loop, areas of Marsha Sharp

The Lubbock Police Department responded to multiple crashes that prompted them to re-route traffic near Loop 289 and Indiana Avenue, and the Marsha Sharp Freeway and Upland Avenue.

  Mid-morning winter weather update

The winter weather maker rapidly moved across the KCBD viewing area overnight, with some patchy ice and freezing fog in its wake. It will be a slow climb, but warmer weather is on the way.

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.

First Bank & Trust and AimBank announce plans to merge

At the time of the closing of the acquisition, FB&T and AimBank will merge. The combination of FB&T and AimBank will create Heartland’s largest bank subsidiary with assets of almost $3 billion and 33 banking centers. The combined bank will operate under the FirstBank & Trust brand.

  Meadow middle schooler shows Grand Champion Steer at Fort Worth Stock Show; Wins $300,000

A Meadow middle schooler is $300,000 richer after he showed the grand champion steer at the Fort Worth Stock Show this weekend.

  GoFundMe set up for Tech Student involved in January wreck on Interstate 27

About two weeks ago, KCBD reported of a two-car crash on I-27 near 82nd street that left one in the hospital. That one person is Jaime Valdez, and his sister, Cecilia Nunez, says he’s making progress, even sitting up at the edge of the bed today, but still cannot walk.

2 charged with capital murder after child’s death

A mother and her boyfriend have been arrested and charged with capital murder after a 2-year-old boy was taken to the hospital and died from his injuries. Levelland police say they were called to the Levelland Covenant Hospital to investigate.

Public Education forum with District 83 Texas Legislature candidates announced

The event will present four questions on statewide public education issues such as school funding, high-stakes testing, teaching, and vouchers, as well as questions crafted by community members on the issues they believe to be most relevant to their districts.

LPD locates man with alleged involvement in homicide

The Metropolitan Special Crimes Unit seeks the public’s assistance in locating an individual for his involvement in the homicide of Leroy Gonzales on Jan. 26.

Lubbock man charged with indecency with a child

Jason Matthew Bridgeman, 43, of Lubbock was indicted on a charge of indecency with a child, sexual contact. He is accused of intentionally and knowingly engaging in sexual contact with a child younger than 14 years old.

Man indicted, charged in Jan. 3 Hotel Ava murder

A Grand Jury has indicted 25-year-old Gilbert Cardona III on a charge of murder in the death of 37-year-old Joshua Gomez at a Lubbock hotel on January 3.

Attorney General weighs in on Reagor Dykes case

On the eve of a court hearing that may decide whether the Reagor Dykes estates stay in reorganization or are liquidated, new filings in the RDAG bankruptcy case by the Texas Attorney General reveal that Reagor Dykes has “resolved approximately 90 percent of the initial consumer issues.”

  Winter Weather Advisory through tonight

Accumulating snow and/or ice is likely, including in and near Lubbock, today and tonight. With the temperature near to below freezing, hazardous road conditions are likely. Not all roads at all times will be affected, so anticipate rapidly changing conditions.

Wellman-Union announces finalist for superintendent’s spot

Ben Prowell has been announced as the sole finalist for the Wellman-Union superintendent’s position. The finalization process will take place during a school board meeting in March.

Crash on I-27 closes off roadway for short while

A crash on Interstate 27 near North Loop 289 has prompted the Lubbock Police Department to close off all southbound lanes of the Interstate.

Lubbock man catches 14 pound largemouth bass at Lake Alan Henry

Angler Blake Cockrell of Lubbock caught the 14.36 pound, 26.25 inch largemouth bass on a crankbait in 5-10 feet of water while targeting spotted bass on the lake.

Injured firefighter Matt Dawson ‘doing well’ since move to long term facility

The Lubbock Fire Department has provided a positive update from the family of the Lubbock firefighter who was injured in January while responding to a crash on Interstate 27.

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Missy

Meet Missy, KCBD’s Pet of the Day with Lubbock Animal Services. Missy is a 5-year-old pitty mix who was brought in as a stray in November.

  Ice on roadways pose travel hazards, school delays reported

The Lubbock Police Department has closed north and southbound lanes of East Loop 289 and 50th Street because of icy conditions.

  Winter Storm Watch Monday night into Tuesday

Rain and freezing rain and snow will return after midnight through Wednesday morning.

  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.

Missing teenager found

Lubbock Police Officers are searching for 13-year-old Jacob Rios, who was last seen Sunday evening near the 500 block of E 79th Street.

SCHOOL DELAYS: Basketball games moved up, some districts delayed start Tuesday

Only one school district has announced an official delay for Tuesday morning, but many basketball games have been moved up or moved back in anticipation of winter weather.