In observance of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the United Family will be joined by One Voice Home, Voice of Hope and Open Door on Tuesday, January 19 at 1:30 p.m. to raise awareness of the issue of human trafficking on the South Plains.
Heading into the holiday weekend there's some relief from the wind, for some of the viewing area. Weekend temperatures will be typical for mid-January. Next week there's a slight chance of precipitation. Details in this story.
With less than one week to go before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, District 19 Congressman Jodey Arrington says a looming impeachment trial is distracting from the transition of power.
Less than a year after the groundbreaking in December of 2019, University Medical Center EMS moved into its multi-million dollar facility housing its administrative offices, communications center and Station One.
Strong winds follow a strong cold front today. While no precipitation accompanies this front, blowing dust may and the grassland fire danger is elevated. Here's what else the front and wind bring to the KCBD viewing area.
Yesterday's sunshine reduced the amount and extent of our snow cover. Today's sunshine will result in an even greater reduction. Those elements, sun and diminishing snow cover, plus today's breeze will bring a slightly warmer afternoon to the viewing area. Just ahead of a cold front tomorrow.
Tuesday’s work session highlighted a busy year for the Lubbock Police Department with an 105 percent increase in homicides from the year prior and councilmembers discussed the future of the vaccine in Lubbock, saying a growing and steady number of vaccines will make their way to the Hub City.
The KCBD Investigates team is looking into a major price disparity for local breast cancer screenings. You may be surprised to know when compared to cities outside of Lubbock, the cost for a Breast MRI can vary by more than 1,500%.
Allow extra drive time this morning. While much of the pavement is dry, there remains patchy ice. In addition, there may be areas of low visibility in freezing fog this morning. Warmer afternoons are on the way, at least for a while.
Another round of the Payroll Protection Program opened Monday for new borrowers and “certain existing PPP borrowers.” Many businesses around the country including here in Lubbock plan on taking advantage of it so they can continue to pay their employees.
Ahead of the 87th legislative session, Lubbock-based lawmakers are feeling good about the estimated budget. Despite a year of economic crises, they feel confident there is still room to maintain programs passed in previous sessions.
On Monday, United Supermarkets presented a check for $40,000 to Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District to help provide a boost of technology and mobile learning opportunities for students in the district.