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Police investigating social media video involving child at Lubbock daycare

Lubbock police on Thursday confirmed they're investigating the circumstances behind a video circulating on Facebook that shows what appears to be a daycare worker abusing a child.


Judge: Ford Credit may repossess Reagor-Dykes vehicles

LUBBOCK, Texas - U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Jones ruled Thursday Ford Motor Credit is due relief from an automatic stay, compelling Reagor-Dykes Auto Group to comply with Ford Credit repossessing its collateral -- that is, vehicles financed by Ford Motor Credit. The court indicated the parties can


Dr. Dixon can post $2 million bond, appeals court rules

LUBBOCK, Texas - An appeals court said Dr. Thomas Michael Dixon can post a $2 million bond to be released from custody while his case is on appeal. Dixon, of Amarillo, was convicted of hiring a man to kill his romantic rival, Dr. Joseph Sonnier of Lubbock. But in December, the 7th Circuit Court of A


Lubbock events to celebrate King as 'a man of the people'

When Martin Luther King Jr. Day was designated as a national holiday more than 30 years ago, the public wanted a day to celebrate his contributions to the civil rights movement.


Police arrest two suspects for murder, release name of victim

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) - The following is a press release from the Lubbock Police Department:. Two people, 19-year-old Anthony Alvarez and 22-year-old Miguel Garza, are now in custody charged with murder in connection to the fatal shooting of 41-year-old Jimmy Hernandez Rodriguez.


Human trafficking an on-going problem in Lubbock

LUBBOCK, Texas - Human trafficking is an epidemic around the nation, but here in Lubbock more than 30 cases of human trafficking were confirmed in 2018. Texas ranks as the second worst in the country in this, and experts say Lubbock is part of the problem.


Restaurant Report: Multiple facilities have multiple violations this week

Environmental Inspections conducted by the Lubbock Environment Health Department during the week that ended Jan. 12. • 7-Eleven No. 420, 5746 82nd St. • Fuzzies Taco Shop (Food Service), 10101 Slide Road.


January 17th, 2019 Evening Weather

LUBBOCK, Texas - Happy Thursday everyone! It has been another beautiful and sunny day with highs back in the upper 60’s and low 70's. This will remain the case through tomorrow afternoon with abundant sunshine expected. However, beginning on Friday afternoon, we will see an isolated chance of shower


Lubbock Woman Struck By Vehicle Wednesday Afternoon

A Lubbock woman was struck by a car and sent to the hospital with serious injuries Wednesday (January 16th) afternoon. KAMC News reports that the crash happened in the area of 27th Street and Slide Rad at around 7 p.m.


McKinney couple arrested in southeast Texas in connection with indecency with a child investigation

McKINNEY, Texas — A McKinney couple was arrested in southeast Texas last week in connection with a McKinney investigation for indecency with a child, police announced earlier today.


Parents of daughter in viral video at daycare taking legal action

LUBBOCK, Texas - A video depicting an adult pulling a child’s hair while another adult laughed and recorded it, surfaced on social media on Thursday. The parents of 3-year-old Amyra Wilson said they're angry.


2 arrested in deadly shooting in Central Lubbock

Two people were arrested on murder charges in connection with a fatal shooting Wednesday in Central Lubbock. At approximately 4 p.m., Lubbock Police received multiple calls reporting shot fired in the 1500 block of 37th Street, said LPD spokeswoman Tiffany Taylor.


Winter blues at the blood center

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - January is national blood donor month because blood centers always predict there will be a shortage of blood donors right after the holidays. But now, we are well into January and another problem is surfacing.


Get ready for casino fun at this fundraising event!

LUBBOCK, TX - The folks from English Newsom Cellars stopped by to tell us about their upcoming casino event. Watch the video above for details. For more information, go to englishnewsom.com.


Terri Tells You - Taco Casa coming to Lubbock

Lubbock, TX - Lubbock called and Texas Tech Alumni, Cody Dodson has answered. Taco Casa is coming to Lubbock. The chain opened up in 1972 in Fort Worth. And was founded by Shelda and Roy Upshaw. Lubbock will join the almost 100 locations in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.


Bodies Found In Okfuskee County Identified As Texas Pair

OKFUSKEE COUNTY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma State Medical Examiners Office has identified the bodies found in Okfuskee County. They have identified them as 28-year-old Jenna Scott and 32-year-old Michael Swearingin. Scott and Swearingin were reported missing from Central Texas and had not been seen for


Arrest warrant describes what led to Central Lubbock murder

LUBBOCK, Texas - An arrest warrant on Thursday described the events that led up to the deadly shooting of Jimmy Hernandez-Rodriguez on Wednesday afternoon at 37th Street and Avenue P.


Second suspect, shot by vehicle owner, charged in Dec. 15 vehicle theft

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Lubbock police have now made a second arrest in a vehicle theft case from back on Dec. 15. Police have now arrested and charged 21-year-old Gabriel Sepeda with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in connection with the theft from the 500 block of 54th Street.


Corvette and Windmill Show planned at Lubbock's American Windmill Museum

The American Windmill Museum will be host for a Windmills and Corvettes Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at 1701 Canyon Lake Drive. General admission tickets to the event, available at the door, are $5, with children younger than 6 admitted free.


Lubbock man accused of striking, throwing dog sentenced in animal cruelty case

A 21-year-old man who was caught on video beating a puppy in April was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail. Jaleen Tennison pleaded guilty in the 137th District Court to a state jail felony count of cruelty to animals in exchange for the 180-day jail sentence. State jail felonies carry a punishm