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  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Cracks in the Amber Alert System?

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Cracks in the Amber Alert System?

    Tuesday, March 5 2013 10:59 PM EST2013-03-06 03:59:05 GMT
    After the death of Leah Marie Aguirre, 2, questions have been raised as to why the initial Amber Alert failed in her recovery. Aguirre was found dead in her caregiver's basement, Maltida Almarez, who
    After the death of a 2-year-old Crosbyton girl, KCBD NewsChannel 11 investigates to see if there are any cracks in the Amber Alert System.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Freeway de-icing failure

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Freeway de-icing failure

    Thursday, February 28 2013 11:58 PM EST2013-03-01 04:58:30 GMT
    It cost nearly one million dollars to install a technology to keep Lubbock drivers safe during the winter seasons, but in the past five years it has only worked once. The Texas Department of Transportation
    It cost nearly one million dollars to install the technology to keep Lubbock drivers safe during the winter seasons, but in the past 5 years, it has only worked once.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Animal control complaints

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Animal control complaints

    Wednesday, February 27 2013 1:32 AM EST2013-02-27 06:32:29 GMT
    Dianna Wilson smiles as she looks at her new playful puppy Zoey, but she knows deep down the little pup could never replace Cutter. It was only a month ago that Cutter, her 13-year-old Australian Shepherd,
    However Tammy says that "good job" simply is not enough. "If those dogs could take down a 60 pound Australian Shepherd what could they do to a child? That's my concern," Tammy said.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Parents claim extortion in local schools

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Parents claim extortion in local schools

    Thursday, February 7 2013 11:00 PM EST2013-02-08 04:00:34 GMT
    A handful of parents have accused local school districts of extortion due to the campus cell phone policy. Although some parents agree with the concept of school administrators disciplining their students,
    A handful of parents have accused local school districts of extortion due to what they perceive as harsh campus cell phone policies.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Stolen receipts lead to stolen LP&L payment

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Stolen receipts lead to stolen LP&L payment

    Tuesday, January 22 2013 12:28 AM EST2013-01-22 05:28:52 GMT
    A Lubbock woman says her neighbor stole valuable, personal information to pay an electricity bill. According to Sheri Hennigan, things took a turn when her privacy was compromised by Western Union and
    A Lubbock woman says her neighbor stole valuable, personal information to pay an electricity bill. 
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Vista College

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Vista College

    Tuesday, December 18 2012 3:19 PM EST2012-12-18 20:19:50 GMT
    More developments have unfolded in an investigation KCBD NewsChannel 11 brought you earlier this month surrounding a local trade school. More students have come forward, asking that Vista College
    More developments have unfolded in an investigation KCBD NewsChannel 11 brought you earlier this month surrounding a local trade school.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Proposed LEDA Guidelines

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Proposed LEDA Guidelines

    Tuesday, December 11 2012 11:17 AM EST2012-12-11 16:17:42 GMT
    An agreement between the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance and City Council is in the works, as the public and city officials question exactly how much tax payer money is geared towards an economy
    An agreement between the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance and City Council is in the works, as the public and city officials question exactly how much taxpayer money will boost the local economy.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Local trade school under fire

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Local trade school under fire

    Tuesday, December 4 2012 11:25 AM EST2012-12-04 16:25:05 GMT
    Questions and concerns have been raised by some Vista College students and a former employee in regards to the quality and cost of education. Some cosmetology students at Vista College claim some
    Questions and concerns have been raised by some Vista College students and a former employee in regards to the quality and cost of education.
  • KCBD INVESTIGATES: Federal survey reveals nursing home dangers

    KCBD INVESTIGATES: Federal survey reveals nursing home dangers

    Monday, November 19 2012 11:13 PM EST2012-11-20 04:13:40 GMT
    A recent report conducted by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services revealed some serious concerns in regards to nursing homes across the nation and here in West Texas. The report singles out area
    A recent report conducted by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services revealed some serious concerns in regards to nursing homes across the nation and here in West Texas.
  • Plainview family claims police harassment, FBI investigates

    Plainview family claims police harassment, FBI investigates

    Tuesday, November 13 2012 2:25 PM EST2012-11-13 19:25:22 GMT
    A Plainview Pediatrician has voluntarily relinquished his license after he admitted that he called a 16-year-old girl "pretty hot and tempting" during an office visit.  It is this initial incident that
    A Plainview family believes Plainview law enforcement officials are retaliating against them and they are working with the FBI to put a stop to it.
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