LAMESA, Texas (KJTV) - The damage in Lamesa from this weekend’s storm is so severe it could take weeks to get things back to normal.
The drop was more significant in districts that had most of their instruction online, compared to districts with more in-person classes.
Summer months can mean more screen time, but the FBI estimates that online predators have increased exponentially this past year.
HOCKLEY COUNTY, Texas (KJTV) - DPS says a Lubbock man has died and a child was injured in a wreck in Hockley County on Saturday afternoon.
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Police say one person suffered moderate injuries from a stabbing in the parking lot of Executive Inn, 4401 Avenue Q, on Saturday night.The call came in around 8 p.m.Officers found a victim with a stab wound when they arrived.Copyright 2021 KCBD. All rights reserved.
New Deal Police, Fire, and EMS responded to a call Friday evening around 8:40 p.m. in reference to a child who was unresponsive after being found in a swimming pool.
In Lamesa, the clean up has just begun. The small community wasted no time in its recovery efforts Sunday morning.
Texans were asked to cut back on their electricity use for a week because of “tight” power grid conditions, according to ERCOT officials. They still haven’t said what caused the plant outages.
A murder warrant has now been served to an 18-year-old in the death of a Lubbock teenager in the South Plains Mall parking lot on May 4th.
At this point one year ago, the steering committee was expecting steady progress on the highly-anticipated Lubbock County Expo Center, but the ground hasn’t even been broken yet and it’s unclear when the center will finally become a reality.
It’s been a year and a half of challenges for 7-year-old Josiah Villarreal, who was wounded in a drive-by shooting in 2019. After surviving a bullet wound to the head, he’s relying on his therapists and his strong will to help him fully recover.
LUBBOCK COUNTY, Texas (KCBD) - Small cities across the South Plains are joining forces for aerial mosquito spraying, to combat the threat of disease following recent rainfall.
Stand workers have been unpacking their inventory all morning to get ready for the Fourth of July. Stands say they saw “record-breaking sales” in 2020 and they hope to top them in 2021.
Texas Tech’s Atmospheric Science program will team up with four other universities in the United States to look into severe weather research.
A former City of Lubbock employee must self surrender Friday after signing a plea agreement back in May to charges of possession of child pornography.