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  • Train hits cattle car in SE Lubbock; no people hurt

    Train hits cattle car in SE Lubbock; no people hurt

    Thursday, May 17 2012 9:14 PM EDT2012-05-18 01:14:02 GMT
    A train in Southeast Lubbock has hit a cattle car, killing several animals and causing others to get loose. Our reporter on the scene says were are more than ten dead cattle. Police were walking around
    Around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night, a train going about 50 miles per hour hit a trailer full of cattle on Southeast Drive and Olive.
  • Car crashes into school bus, woman killed

    Car crashes into school bus, woman killed

    Thursday, May 17 2012 1:48 PM EDT2012-05-17 17:48:26 GMT
    A woman has died after crashing her car into a bus in West Lubbock at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.  Lubbock Police Captain Roy Bassett tells us an Iowa Western Community College bus was stopped at the railroad
    A woman has died after crashing her car into a Iowa Western Community College bus at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in West Lubbock. 

     
  • Harmony Science representative defends school, denies allegations

    Harmony Science representative defends school, denies allegations

    Thursday, May 17 2012 11:53 AM EDT2012-05-17 15:53:59 GMT
    Harmony Science Academy Elementary Coordinator Jodi BennettHarmony Science Academy Elementary Coordinator Jodi Bennett
    60 Minutes aired a story Sunday night about possible ties between American charter schools and the Gulen movement. The Gülen movement is inspired by the teachings of Turkish Islamic theologian Fethullah
    Harmony Science Academy Elementary Coordinator Jodi Bennett sat down with KCBD Wednesday to set the record straight at the local level.
  • Wolfforth leaves election up to a coin toss

    Wolfforth leaves election up to a coin toss

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 11:38 PM EDT2012-05-17 03:38:59 GMT
    The idea of leaving an election up to the flip of a coin may seem unusual; however, that's exactly what the City of Wolforth is planning to do. The race for the cities two council seats was expected
    The idea of leaving an election up to the flip of a coin may seem unusual, but that's exactly what the City of Wolfforth is planning to do.
  • New regulations concerning sunscreen

    New regulations concerning sunscreen

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 11:10 PM EDT2012-05-17 03:10:08 GMT
    The deadline was June, but now the government is extending that for sunscreen manufacturers to change their labeling to better protect consumers from sunburn. Last summer, the agency ordered that labels
    The deadline was June, but now the government is extending that for sunscreen manufacturers to change their labeling to better protect consumers from sunburn.
  • HealthWise at Five-Dr. Felix Morales

    HealthWise at Five-Dr. Felix Morales

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 10:46 PM EDT2012-05-17 02:46:31 GMT
    It's estimated that 5,000 kids under age 14 are hospitalized due to unintentional drowning related incidents every year. Fifteen percent of them die, and twenty percent suffer permanent neurological damage.
    Dr. Felix Morales, a Family Practitioner, is here today from the Texas Tech Physicians with some important water safety tips.
  • Marine Corporal Joe Lara Jr., a Hometown Hero

    Marine Corporal Joe Lara Jr., a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 6:39 PM EDT2012-05-16 22:39:00 GMT
    This week KCBD would like to thank Marine Corporal Joe Lara Jr. for his service to our country. Joe was nominated as this week's Hometown Hero. "When he was small he always said he wanted to fight the
    This week KCBD would like to thank Marine Corporal Joe Lara Jr. for his service to our country. Joe was nominated as this week's Hometown Hero.
  • Juco All-American Patterson signs with Texas Tech

    Juco All-American Patterson signs with Texas Tech

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 6:37 PM EDT2012-05-16 22:37:29 GMT
    For Texas Tech Athletics:LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech women's basketball head coach Kristy Curry announced on Wednesday that Hutchinson Community College player Jackie Patterson has signed a national letter
    Hutchinson Community College player Jackie Patterson has signed a national letter of intent to continue her collegiate career at Texas Tech this fall.
  • Viewing parties planned for Sunday's eclipse

    Viewing parties planned for Sunday's eclipse

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 6:00 PM EDT2012-05-16 22:00:55 GMT
    The south Plains Astronomy Club and Texas Tech Museum will hold a viewing party for the eclipse to be seen Saturday night. The viewing will be held at the Lubbock Lake Landmark and will begin setting
    The South Plains Astronomy Club and Texas Tech Museum will hold a viewing party for the eclipse to be seen Sunday night.
  • Law Enforcement Torch Run begins May 23

    Law Enforcement Torch Run begins May 23

    Provided by Lubbock Police Department Law Enforcement Torch Run officers are hitting the streets for Special Olympics Texas (SOTX). On Wednesday, May 23, officers will kick off the Summer Games Final
    Law Enforcement Torch Run officers are hitting the streets for Special Olympics Texas (SOTX). On Wednesday, May 23, officers will kick off the Summer Games Final Leg with a press conference at 8 a.m. at the Civic Center at 1501 Mac Davis Lane.
  • Young man stabbed in back outside Cricket's Grill

    Young man stabbed in back outside Cricket's Grill

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 4:55 PM EDT2012-05-16 20:55:00 GMT
    A young man was stabbed in the back outside Cricket's Grill at 1:14 a.m. Wednesday. Derek Rowell, 30, is being charged with aggravated assault for the stabbing of Isaac Conaway, 21, multiple times in the
    A young man was stabbed in the back outside Crickets at 1:14 a.m. Wednesday. Derek Rowell, 30, is being charged with aggravated assault for the stabbing of Isaac Conway, 21, multiple times.
  • Buddy Holly Center nominated for Best of the Road

    Buddy Holly Center nominated for Best of the Road

    Wednesday, May 16 2012 2:46 PM EDT2012-05-16 18:46:31 GMT
    Provided by the City of Lubbock The Buddy Holly Center has been nominated for 2012 Best of the Road. Rand McNally and USA TODAY have teamed up to create a community of road travelers reviewing the best
    The Buddy Holly Center has been nominated for 2012 Best of the Road.
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