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  • Levelland Mayor to be decided by run-off election

    Levelland Mayor to be decided by run-off election

    Friday, May 18 2012 12:20 AM EDT2012-05-18 04:20:30 GMT
    The loss of one vote is now forcing a run-off election in the Mayor's race in Levelland. City attorney Richard Husen confirmed on Thursday that a voter registration error disqualified one of the provisional
    The loss of one vote is now forcing a run-off election in the Mayor's race in Levelland. City attorney Richard Husen confirmed on Thursday that a voter registration error disqualified one of the provisional
  • Strange lights in Lubbock sky raise questions

    Strange lights in Lubbock sky raise questions

    Friday, May 18 2012 12:07 AM EDT2012-05-18 04:07:00 GMT
    Several people have called in to KCBD asking about strange lights in the Lubbock sky. Some have left posts online saying they've seen the lights since the beginning of May. The object is described as a
    Several people have called in to KCBD asking about strange lights in the Lubbock sky. Tonight at 10 we talk to the experts to see if we can explain these mysterious lights.
  • Former Wells Fargo phone bank employee is facing up to 10 years in prison

    Former Wells Fargo phone bank employee is facing up to 10 years in prison

    Thursday, May 17 2012 11:20 PM EDT2012-05-18 03:20:28 GMT
    Juquetia chiles pleaded guilty to counterfeiting bank checks today. According to court documents, she collected account information on wells fargo business customers, then gave that information to her
    Juquetia chiles pleaded guilty to counterfeiting bank checks today.
  • Another reason why you should enjoy a cup of Joe

    Another reason why you should enjoy a cup of Joe

    Thursday, May 17 2012 9:54 PM EDT2012-05-18 01:54:12 GMT
    Coffee drinkers will like this. After following the medical records of more than 400,000 people over age 50, researchers at the National Institutes of Health say it appears coffee drinkers have a lower
    Researchers at the National Institutes of Health say it appears coffee drinkers have a lower rate of early deaths.
  • How to talk to your child about losing weight

    How to talk to your child about losing weight

    Thursday, May 17 2012 9:49 PM EDT2012-05-18 01:49:14 GMT
    A new number from the CDC indicates 17-percent of kids today are now considered obese, which is nearly three times what it has been in the last 30 years. So how do you talk to a child about losing weight
    A new number from the CDC indicates 17-percent of kids today are now considered obese, which is nearly three times what it has been in the last 30 years.
  • Good news for heart patients on the drug "Plavix"

    Good news for heart patients on the drug "Plavix"

    Thursday, May 17 2012 7:59 PM EDT2012-05-17 23:59:55 GMT
    Good news for heart patients on the drug "Plavix"…it's about to get cheaper. That's because today, the Food and Drug Administration approved generic versions of the drug, which means some competition now
    Good news for heart patients on the drug "Plavix"…it's about to get cheaper.
  • Physicians to present women's health topics

    Physicians to present women's health topics

    Thursday, May 17 2012 6:56 PM EDT2012-05-17 22:56:30 GMT
    Texas Tech Physicians will present women's health topics at a Lunch and Learn Healthy Aging Series from noon to 1:15 p.m. May 22 to May 24 at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Academic
    Texas Tech Physicians will present women's health topics at a Lunch and Learn Healthy Aging Series from noon to 1:15 p.m. May 22 to May 24th.
  • Lubbock lifts ban on outdoor grilling in City parks

    Lubbock lifts ban on outdoor grilling in City parks

    Thursday, May 17 2012 5:23 PM EDT2012-05-17 21:23:14 GMT
    From City of Lubbock:The City of Lubbock's Parks and Recreation Department is lifting the ban on the use of fuel-driven electrical generators and outdoor grilling in all City parks.  With recent fire
    The City of Lubbock's Parks and Recreation Department is lifting the ban on the use of fuel-driven electrical generators and outdoor grilling in all City parks.
  • Lowrey Field athletic complex to be named PlainsCapital Park

    Lowrey Field athletic complex to be named PlainsCapital Park

    Thursday, May 17 2012 5:14 PM EDT2012-05-17 21:14:49 GMT
    Lubbock Independent School District announced Thursday a $3 million gift from PlainsCapital Bank as part of a sponsorship agreement which includes naming rights for the Lowrey Field athletic complex.The
    Lubbock Independent School District announced Thursday a $3 million gift from PlainsCapital Bank as part of a sponsorship agreement which includes naming rights for the Lowrey Field athletic complex.
  • Missing Tech student found safe

    Missing Tech student found safe

    Thursday, May 17 2012 2:45 PM EDT2012-05-17 18:45:40 GMT
    Lubbock Police confirmed Texas Tech student Quinten Jameson has been located. He got in contact with his mother early this morning. Police say he had been missing for a total of 24 hours.The major concern
    Lubbock Police confirmed Texas Tech student Quinten Jameson has been located. He got in contact with his mother early this morning.
  • Arrest made in robbery of Tech track athletes

    Arrest made in robbery of Tech track athletes

    Thursday, May 17 2012 1:50 PM EDT2012-05-17 17:50:29 GMT
    An arrest has been made one week after two Texas Tech track stars were robbed at gunpoint. Vincent Oliva, 26, is charged with aggravated robbery. Lubbock Police Sergeant Jeff Baker says they were able
    An arrest has been made one week after two Texas Tech track stars were robbed at gunpoint. Police say they are also looking for a second suspect.
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