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May 24, 2012

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  • Parents concerned about sexual behavior on preschool playground

    Parents concerned about sexual behavior on preschool playground

    Friday, May 25 2012 11:44 AM EDT2012-05-25 15:44:11 GMT
    Parents at Stephen F. Austin in Slaton are concerned about their children's safety after a group of preschoolers displayed inappropriate behavior on the playground. Superintendent Julie Becker confirmed
    Parents at Stephen F. Austin in Slaton are concerned about their children's safety after a group of preschoolers displayed inappropriate behavior on the playground.
  • The Lynnetta Hibdon legacy … years later

    The Lynnetta Hibdon legacy … years later

    Thursday, May 24 2012 11:06 PM EDT2012-05-25 03:06:07 GMT
    "Make new friends, but keep the old". That's a song they used to sing often in Katie Hibdon's Brownie troop. 10 years ago, her mom, Lynnetta Hibdon, was Katie's troop leader when she was a second grader
    Katie says her graduation day at Coronado will be bittersweet without her mother to help her celebrate. But she says,  "I have to honor her and let people know that I am what's left of her."
  • Calvillo faces residency challenge in race for Precinct 3

    Calvillo faces residency challenge in race for Precinct 3

    Thursday, May 24 2012 11:03 PM EDT2012-05-25 03:03:36 GMT
    One of the candidates for County Commissioner Precinct 3 faces an allegation that he does not live in the Precinct and therefore is not eligible to run for office. Richard Calvillo answered the charge
    One of the candidates for County Commissioner Precinct 3 faces an allegation that he does not live in the Precinct and therefore is not eligible to run for office.
  • School of Medicine Otolaryngology Club to offer free oral cancer screenings

    School of Medicine Otolaryngology Club to offer free oral cancer screenings

    Oral cancers are on the rise in the U.S., yet a survey by the Oral Cancer Foundations showed Americans are largely unaware of major risk factors and symptoms. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences
    The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine (TTUHSC) Otolaryngology Club will offer a free oral cancer screening from 1 to 4 p.m. May 26 at the South Plains Mall Grand Court.
  • New Mexico smoke raises health concerns in Lubbock

    New Mexico smoke raises health concerns in Lubbock

    Thursday, May 24 2012 7:05 PM EDT2012-05-24 23:05:57 GMT
    Wild fires continue to burn in the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico. Smoke from the blaze is being seen right here in Lubbock. Dozens of homes have been destroyed in the 70,579 acres that have been burned
    Wildfires continue to burn in the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico. Smoke from the blaze has traveled all the way to Lubbock. Dozens of homes have been destroyed in the 70,579 acres that have been burned so far.
  • Scott Dunn's father says he is at peace

    Scott Dunn's father says he is at peace

    Thursday, May 24 2012 6:09 PM EDT2012-05-24 22:09:11 GMT
    Scott Dunn's father, Jim Dunn, wants the public to know he is at peace now that his son has been found. Dunn went missing on May 31, 1991. In 1997, Leisha Hamilton and Tim Smith were convicted of his
    Scott Dunn's father, Jim Dunn, wants the public to know he is at peace now that his son has been found.
  • Lubbock police seek info on burglary suspects

    Lubbock police seek info on burglary suspects

    Thursday, May 24 2012 4:29 PM EDT2012-05-24 20:29:16 GMT
    Lubbock police are looking for information about a May 3rd robbery at Brother John's Catholic Books. Police say two suspects pried open the front door of the shop around 11:45 p.m., went to the cash register,
    Lubbock police are looking for information about a May 3rd robbery at Brother John's Catholic Books.
  • Carlos Mencia at the Lubbock Civic Center on Saturday

    Carlos Mencia at the Lubbock Civic Center on Saturday

    Thursday, May 24 2012 4:03 PM EDT2012-05-24 20:03:30 GMT
    Carlos Mencia was in our studio Thursday, in advance of his Saturday show at the Lubbock Civic Center. There are still tickets available for the 8 p.m. show. Mencia has had a long career in stand-up,
    Carlos Mencia was in our studio Thursday, in advance of his Saturday show at the Lubbock Civic Center. There are still tickets available for the 8 p.m. show.
  • Supermarket partners with South Plains Food Bank

    Supermarket partners with South Plains Food Bank

    Thursday, May 24 2012 12:30 PM EDT2012-05-24 16:30:22 GMT
    From South Plains Food Bank:Lubbock, TX - Lowe's Supermarkets is fighting hunger this summer alongside the South Plains Food Bank. Lowe's Supermarkets will be selling pre-made bags of food at each register
    Lowe's Supermarkets is fighting hunger this summer alongside the South Plains Food Bank. Lowe's will be selling pre-made bags of food at each register for $5 until Monday, July 2.
  • Smoky haze blankets South Plains

    Smoky haze blankets South Plains

    Thursday, May 24 2012 10:50 AM EDT2012-05-24 14:50:08 GMT
    Late yesterday morning a smoky haze became visible in the Lubbock area, becoming a thick haze during the afternoon. The haze actually is smoke from a large fire in the Gila region of southwestern New Mexico
    A smoky haze remains visible in the Lubbock area. The haze actually is smoke from a large fire in the Gila region of southwestern New Mexico.
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