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June 7, 2012

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  • Lubbock man accused in international child porn ring

    Lubbock man accused in international child porn ring

    Friday, June 8 2012 12:25 PM EDT2012-06-08 16:25:58 GMT
    Federal officials say they have busted an international child pornography ring, and according to the Associated Press, one of those arrested is a Lubbock man. The Associated Press identifies him as Jeremy
    Federal officials say they have busted an international child pornography ring, and according to the U.S. Department of Justice, one of those arrested is a Lubbock man. The DoJ identifies him as Jeremy Labrec.
  • Central Lubbock wreck sends 3 to hospital

    Central Lubbock wreck sends 3 to hospital

    Friday, June 8 2012 12:07 AM EDT2012-06-08 04:07:25 GMT
    Three people are recovering from a wreck in Central Lubbock. Two cars collided near the intersection of 42nd Street and the Interstate-27 access road around 3:45p.m. on Thursday, causing one to rollover.
    Three people are recovering from a wreck in Central Lubbock. Two cars collided near the intersection of 42nd Street and the Interstate-27 access road around 3:45p.m. on Thursday, causing one to rollover.
  • Former Ira ISD Superintendent pleads guilty to mail fraud

    Former Ira ISD Superintendent pleads guilty to mail fraud

    Thursday, June 7 2012 7:29 PM EDT2012-06-07 23:29:51 GMT
    Provided by U.S. Department of Justice Dr. Larry Gene Devitt, the former superintendent of the Ira Independent School District (IISD), appeared in federal court Thursday before U.S. District Judge Sam
    Dr. Larry Gene Devitt, the former superintendent of the Ira Independent School District (IISD), appeared in federal court Thursday before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings and pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud...
  • City of Lubbock pulls out of dog park contest

    City of Lubbock pulls out of dog park contest

    Thursday, June 7 2012 7:18 PM EDT2012-06-07 23:18:36 GMT
    Lubbock is pulling out of the 'Bark for your Park' contest due to legal issues, but is this end? The City of Lubbock Council took no action on securing a site for the contest Thursday. That's because
    Lubbock is pulling out of the 'Bark for your Park' contest due to legal issues, but is this end?
  • City Council approves monument for Timothy Cole

    City Council approves monument for Timothy Cole

    Thursday, June 7 2012 5:49 PM EDT2012-06-07 21:49:23 GMT
    27 years after being wrongfully convicted in Lubbock, Timothy Cole will be honored with a monument placed across from Texas Tech University. Cole was wrongfully convicted of rape in 1985. After he died
    27 years after being wrongfully convicted in Lubbock, Timothy Cole will be honored with a monument placed across from Texas Tech University.
  • FIAT arrives at Frontier in Lubbock

    FIAT arrives at Frontier in Lubbock

    Thursday, June 7 2012 3:51 PM EDT2012-06-07 19:51:40 GMT
    Provided by Frontier Lubbock Chrysler Corporation has awarded Frontier in Lubbock with an exclusive Fiat dealership for the West Texas area, according to Bobby Ray, General Manager of Frontier. "We are
    Chrysler Corporation has awarded Frontier in Lubbock with an exclusive Fiat dealership for the West Texas area, according to Bobby Ray, General Manager of Frontier.
  • Hockley Co. Sheriff catches man accused of stealing

    Hockley Co. Sheriff catches man accused of stealing

    Thursday, June 7 2012 3:31 PM EDT2012-06-07 19:31:34 GMT
    The Hockley County Sheriff is on a manhunt for a wanted person. They are asking for the public's help in finding Freddy Matta, 32. He is described as a Hispanic man, around 5' 8" tall, 160 pounds with
    The Hockley County Sheriff tracked down a man accused of stealing from a Levelland business in a Thursday morning manhunt.
  • Civil rights lawsuit against Snyder Police over CPR tossed out of court

    Civil rights lawsuit against Snyder Police over CPR tossed out of court

    Thursday, June 7 2012 3:22 PM EDT2012-06-07 19:22:53 GMT
    The civil rights lawsuit filed by Darlene and Debra Bollinger against the City of Snyder has been thrown out of Lubbock federal court. U.S. District Judge Sam Cummings did not dispute their claims nor
    The civil rights lawsuit filed by Darlene and Debra Bollinger against the City of Snyder has been thrown out of Lubbock federal court.
  • Sales taxes indicate busy shoppers, shopkeepers in Lubbock

    Sales taxes indicate busy shoppers, shopkeepers in Lubbock

    Thursday, June 7 2012 3:05 PM EDT2012-06-07 19:05:15 GMT
    Lubbock sales tax collections are up - an indication that folks are spending more money in Lubbock area stores. According to the Comptroller, revenues for June in the city of Lubbock are up from $3.757
    Lubbock sales tax collections are up - an indication that folks are spending more money in Lubbock area stores.
  • Mae Simmons Community Center hosting summer football skills camp

    Mae Simmons Community Center hosting summer football skills camp

    Thursday, June 7 2012 11:50 AM EDT2012-06-07 15:50:36 GMT
    The Mae Simmons Community Center announced the Champions of Fall Football Skills Camp beginning in June. The camp will be in two sessions with Session I being held June 4-28, 2012 and Session II being
    The Mae Simmons Community Center will host the second Champions of Fall Football Skills Camp July 9-August 2.
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