Hundreds of Americans live in deplorable rental properties and their landlord is the federal government. The properties need $50 billion in repairs. Uncle Sam now is hoping that private investors will save public housing.
Research shows many Americans are concerned with whether Social Security will be available when they retire, but many aren’t saving. NerdWallet experts help explain the realities of Social Security and what you can do.
Lubbock law firm Mullin Hoard & Brown, L.L.P., the former attorneys representing Reagor-Dykes Auto Group and their seven subsidiaries has joined the growing number of groups seeking money from the once-ubiquitous dealership group.
The KCBD Investigates Team started asking questions about a backlog at the Lubbock County Medical Examiner's Office. Those questions prompted Lubbock County Commissioners to host a news conference at the medical examiner's office on Tuesday afternoon.
The ruling means if there are any negative comments on an affected customer’s credit report, those comments will be removed. If the customer was having to pay for their trade in and their new car, the payoff for their old car will finally be paid.
Texas Tech Police Chief Kyle Bonath opens up about the night one of his officers was shot and killed while working at the police department. As he reflects on the anniversary of Officer Floyd East Junior's death, he talks about some of the changes made at the department and across campus.
Check-kiting is a form of check fraud that exploits chargeback time frame, meaning when a bank receives deposits of an item it increases the available balance in a customer's account by the item amount.
The Lubbock Police Department said the gun allegedly pointed at officers during the recent game room shooting was stolen. According to a police report, the firearm was stolen from an East Lubbock property in January of 2014.
We first met Joe Bill and Kathy Rogers when their 16-year-old daughter disappeared from their Lubbock home in 2004. For years, search parties spread out across the county looking for any sign of Joanna. In 2006, Rosendo Rodriguez confessed to killing Joanna, putting her body in a suitcase and throwing it in a dumpster.
Steven Lawrence Forcum has been sentenced Friday to 17.5 years in a federal prison by United States District Court Judge Sam R. Cummings to one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute furanyl fentanyl.
The Brownfield Regional Medical Center Clinic has reopened after closing yesterday due to federal agents enforcing a search warrant. Agents from Dallas and Lubbock took box after box out of Dr. Dennis Tedford's office yesterday.
Adventure Park was originally planned to open in 2017, but engineering and construction issues have pushed that back. The KCBD Investigates Team spoke with the developers to get an update on these highly-anticipated facilities.
"Cursing at her, he grabbed her by her shirt and deliberately pushed her down next to me and he pulled out the gun and started shooting her," Martinez said. "These gunshots are going in her and she was shaking and she was looking at him like, 'Please, stop.' And he just continued until he couldn't anymore."
We were told that the events that led to the fatal shooting of a Texas Tech police officer began with a welfare check at Talkington Hall, but now sources tell KCBD that the story began much earlier, with a terroristic threat and the report of a stolen firearm, early Monday morning.
A KCBD investigation now has District 83 Representative Dustin Burrows filing legislation to make it easier for police departments to release body-worn camera video. Our investigative team brought attention to the concerns surrounding the body-worn camera law in reports last month. Burrows' bill strikes the prohibition of police body-worn camera video being released to the public. Instead, Burrows wants the police department to have the authority to release the video to...
As the outer loop moves closer to reality, a local lawmaker is expressing concerns it's impact could have on the already dangerous Woodrow Road. Could an expansion of Woodrow Road be included in the Loop 88 plans? KCBD Investigates.
The city of Lubbock has spent millions of dollars on body cameras for police officers, but it's footage that you may never see. Find out why when KCBD Investigates "Transparency for Taxpayers," tonight at 10.
After three fentanyl drug raids in less than two weeks, new details have been revealed in the ongoing investigation of the drug sweeping the South Plains. According to a search warrant for the third raid, investigators have probable cause to believe that the distribution of this substance has resulted in approximately six deadly overdoses within the last three months. According to a police source, more charges could be added to those arrested in these raids that include m...
A DEA hazmat team from Dallas cleaned up the scene of a fentanyl raid that led to an officer-involved shooting on Friday. One person was seriously injured in the shooting that happened in the 2200 block of 2nd Place. Officials with the Lubbock Police Department held a news conference at Noon to reveal new details in the case.
In May of 2016, the Lubbock Police Department learned from a confidential source that Jessica Holl, 28, and Jaime Robertson, 32, were being supplied with large amounts of Fentanyl provided by Sidney Caleb Lanier.
The wife of a man arrested in Thursday's fentanyl drug raid in Lubbock has also been taken into custody and their three children are now in foster care. The Lubbock Police Department served warrants for multiple federal drug charges Thursday morning. The first raid happened at an apartment complex at 4901 4th Street, near Slide Road. The second raid happened at a house in the 5700 block of 154th Street.
Over the last two years, North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation, or NELCDC, has received more than a half a million dollars from the City of Lubbock. Its mission is to promote economic development in north and East Lubbock.