5 hrs ago
Arctic front expected Wednesday night
An arctic cold front is poised in the northern South Plains and after sunset will start driving south.
6 hrs ago
Gainesville Daily Register
Berry files candidacy for county judge
Callisburg - Staff report Local attorney Byron Berry recently made a bid for the Cooke County judge seat by filing for candidacy in the March race.
15 hrs ago
Lubbock church to give free Christmas trees to families in need
As many residents across the South Plains decorate their homes for the holidays, it's easy to take for granted that for some, a Christmas tree is a luxury.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Icy Friday, weekend expected for North, West Texas
A blast of arctic air is headed for Texas, promising at least days of subfreezing temperatures and wintry precipitation in much of northern and western Texas.
United Way exceeds campaign goal for 2013
Lubbock Area United Way exceeded its goal of $5.6 million by reaching $5.7 million in donation pledges by the time of its Victory Luncheon Tuesday at Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.
Winter weather expected to return to the South Plains
A rather dramatic turnaround in South Plains weather will begin Wednesday morning, but will be most notable beginning Wednesday evening as a cold north wind brings plummeting temperatures and an increasing chance of light wintry showers.
CASA helping abused and neglected children
CASA of the South Plains, which was chosen as one of this year's recipients of Christmas donations given through Goodfellows, registers an impact on the lives of children.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
31st annual U Can Share Food Drive kicks off Monday
Many may still be stuffed from their Thanksgiving feasts - but did you know that one in six people on the South Plains is hungry? Each year, KCBD Newschannel 11 teams up with United Supermarket and the South Plains Food Bank to raise food and funds for those in need across the Lubbock area.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
CASA seeks safety, permanence for children
The overriding concern that CASA of the South Plains faces throughout the year, is to find safety and permanence for abused and neglected children.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
CASA is a personal friend for children
CASA of the South Plains is one of this year's agencies that will be helped by the community's gifts to Goodfellows.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Goodfellows continues tradition of Christmas giving to 4 area organizations
A tradition of Christmas giving called The Goodfellows has been at work in Lubbock since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
No bad moisture - Ice, snow give South Plains crops more help than harm
Area producers are generally willing to forgive Mother Nature for keeping them temporarily away from their fields, and are thankful for the moisture's long-term benefits that could help next year's crops.
Feds reach agreement with Phillips over bird kills at Borger plant
Phillips 66 Co. and federal authorities have reached a nearly $300,000 settlement over a migratory bird kills at the company's facilities near Borger.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Area state representative backing away from fight against plastic bag ordinances
San Antonio soon will consider an ordinance that would ban "single-use" plastic bags, like Austin, Brownsville and more than 150 communities across the country already do.
Ride Citibus free during the U Can Share Food Drive
Citibus passengers and those who would entertain riding Citibus will help South Plains Food Bank by donating acceptable non-perishable food items.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Warmer temperatures expected Tuesday
Tuesday will bring a warming trend to the South Plains. Clouds and fog will give way to temperatures moving into the mid 40s in the afternoon.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Chance of hazardous weather low for Monday; outages, slick roads a continuing problem
Relief is in sight for those who aren't fans of ice and snow, but problems linger on Lubbock roadways and with scattered power outages.
Lubbock crews work to clear snow, TxDOT advises caution
Texas Department of Transportation crews responded throughout Saturday night to winter weather affecting the South Plains and other regions across Texas.
Storm not over, some roadways still icy
Roadway conditions were still causing problems with drivers and emergency personnel Saturday, Nov. 23, but it's not comparable to the carnage on Interstate 40 in Oldham County where three people were killed in three separate accidents early Saturday morning.