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June 11, 2012

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  • Man hit by car and killed on Lubbock street

    Man hit by car and killed on Lubbock street

    Tuesday, June 12 2012 11:28 AM EDT2012-06-12 15:28:45 GMT
    About 9:40 p.m. Monday, we heard a report of a vehicle striking a pedestrian at 27th Street and Avenue Q. Our photojournalist at the scene was told that a man suffered potentially life threatening injuries.
    A pedestrian was hit and killed late Monday night near 27th and Avenue Q.
  • Upskirt photographer case worse than previously reported

    Upskirt photographer case worse than previously reported

    Tuesday, June 12 2012 1:27 AM EDT2012-06-12 05:27:53 GMT
    Newly unsealed federal records reveal more details about the Lubbock County man who is accused of taking inappropriate pictures at the South Lubbock Wal Mart, 4215 South Loop 289. Lyle Shane Johnson,
    Newly unsealed federal records reveal more details about the Lubbock County man who is accused of taking inappropriate pictures at the South Lubbock Wal Mart, 4215 South Loop 289.
  • Body found in southwest Lubbock playa lake

    Body found in southwest Lubbock playa lake

    Monday, June 11 2012 7:27 PM EDT2012-06-11 23:27:39 GMT
    A dead body was discovered in a playa lake near the Stonelake Apartments in southwest Lubbock around 11 a.m. Monday. KCBD NewsChannel 11 has a crew on the scene and will bring you the latest as it becomes
    A dead body was discovered in a playa lake near the StoneLake Apartments around 11 a.m. Monday.
  • Texas 4-H Roundup Convention relocates to Lubbock

    Texas 4-H Roundup Convention relocates to Lubbock

    Monday, June 11 2012 6:57 PM EDT2012-06-11 22:57:13 GMT
    From Visit Lubbock:  For the first time in 65 years, the annual Texas 4-H Roundup Convention has changed the event location from College Station to Lubbock.  To celebrate and welcome convention attendees,
    For the first time in 65 years, the annual Texas 4-H Roundup Convention has changed the event location from College Station to Lubbock.
  • Storage unit fire snarls traffic at 82nd and University

    Storage unit fire snarls traffic at 82nd and University

    Monday, June 11 2012 5:46 PM EDT2012-06-11 21:46:15 GMT
    A large fire has broken out at some storage units behind Walgreens at the corner of 82nd Street and University.  Multiple units of A+ Super Storage are on fire. Crews are trying to access units to get
    A large fire broke out Monday at some storage units behind Walgreens at the corner of 82nd Street and University in Lubbock.
  • Book fair to benefit Lubbock ISD

    Barnes & Noble Bookfair

    Monday, June 11 2012 2:32 PM EDT2012-06-11 18:32:36 GMT
    Children's author Katherine Applegate will be at the Barnes & Noble book fair today at 2 p.m. The book fair is inside the Barnes & Noble at 6002 Slide Road in support of LISD's Summer Reading Challenge.
    Children's author Katherine Applegate will be at the Barnes & Noble book fair today at 2 p.m. The book fair is inside the Barnes & Noble at 6002 Slide Road in support of LISD's Summer Reading Challenge.
  • Lubbock woman arrested for aggravated assault

    Lubbock woman arrested for aggravated assault

    Monday, June 11 2012 12:05 PM EDT2012-06-11 16:05:58 GMT
    Laura Cortes, 47, was arrested Sunday at 3:18 a.m. for the aggravated assault of James Ponciano Sr., 58, and his son, James Ponciano Jr., 32. Police say that an argument began at an apartment on North
    Laura Cortes, 47, was arrested Sunday at 3:18 a.m. for the aggravated assault of James Ponciano Sr., 58, and his son, James Ponciano Jr., 32. 
  • Chance improves for rain, severe weather Monday

    Chance improves for rain, severe weather Monday

    Monday, June 11 2012 11:11 AM EDT2012-06-11 15:11:44 GMT
    A weak cold front moving into the South Plains Monday morning will drop our high temperatures a bit this afternoon. Moisture will begin to pool over the area, and rain chances will return. At first there
    The Storm Prediction Center indicates there is a slight risk of severe weather Monday from the Lubbock area north, and tomorrow across the entire KCBD viewing area.
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