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April 23, 2012

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  • George and Lupita Pay It Forward: 4/23

    George and Lupita Pay It Forward: 4/23

    Tuesday, April 24 2012 10:42 AM EDT2012-04-24 14:42:24 GMT
    If you had $300, who would you give it to? KCBD NewsChannel 11 hit the streets of Lubbock in search of our next playmaker...
    If you had $300, who would you give it to? KCBD NewsChannel 11 hit the streets of Lubbock in search of our next playmaker... This week George gives $300 to his friend Lupita.
  • Levelland church fights mayor’s new business

    Levelland youth ministry fights mayor’s new business

    Monday, April 23 2012 11:51 PM EDT2012-04-24 03:51:10 GMT
    A Levelland church says their mayor is trying to break his own city ordinances. The root of the fight is alcohol sales and neither side is willing to give up. Levelland's mayor Bo Bowman is opening up
    A Levelland youth ministry says their mayor is trying to break his own city ordinances. The root of the fight is alcohol sales and neither side is willing to give up.
  • Motorcycle community rallies to support family of fallen Frenship teen

    Motorcycle community rallies to support family of fallen Frenship teen

    Monday, April 23 2012 8:50 PM EDT2012-04-24 00:50:34 GMT
    The motorcycle community has come together to remember a Lubbock teen killed in an accident over the weekend. Donny Waldenmayer, 15. was riding his motorcycle along I-40 when he attempted to pass a semi
    The motorcycle community has come together to remember a Lubbock teen killed in an accident over the weekend.
  • City Hall settlement with Parker approved in special session

    City Hall settlement with Parker approved in special session

    Monday, April 23 2012 4:24 PM EDT2012-04-23 20:24:32 GMT
    The City of Lubbock on Monday officially accepted a $4 million settlement with Healthsmart. Healthsmart's former majority owner, Ted Parker, and the City have been embroiled in a bitter legal battle since
    The City of Lubbock on Monday officially accepted a $4 million settlement with Healthsmart. Healthsmart's former majority owner, Ted Parker, and the City have been embroiled in a bitter legal battle since 2006.
  • Autism Awareness Walk raises awareness

    Autism Awareness Walk raises awareness

    Monday, April 23 2012 11:38 AM EDT2012-04-23 15:38:39 GMT
    The 7th annual Burthart Walk for Autism Awareness drew quite a crowd Sunday. Texas Tech University's Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research hosts the event each year to raise funds for the autism
    The 7th annual Burthart Walk for Autism Awareness drew quite a crowd Sunday. Texas Tech's Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research hosts the event each year.
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