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June 26, 2012

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  • Mall theater installs new IMAX screen

    Mall theater installs new IMAX screen

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 4:43 PM EDT2012-06-27 20:43:59 GMT
    New IMAX Theater Opening in Lubbock Premier theater is installing its IMAX screen this morning. We're out there to bring you an exclusive look at the new IMAX experience, including conversations with
    Premiere Cinemas Movie Theater installed its IMAX screen Tuesday. The screen itself is 70 ft. wide by 39 foot 3 inches tall and weighed 1,000 pounds.
  • Texas Tech sounds all clear after gun scare

    Texas Tech sounds all clear after gun scare

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 7:01 PM EDT2012-06-26 23:01:13 GMT
    From Texas tech University: Around 9 a.m. Tuesday, Texas Tech Police received a report of an individual carrying a rifle into the construction area of the former Business Administration Building. Following
    Around 9 a.m. Tuesday, Texas Tech Police received a report of an individual carrying a rifle into the construction area of the former Business Administration Building.
  • Defense rests without Aldawsari testimony

    Defense rests without Aldawsari testimony

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 6:41 PM EDT2012-06-26 22:41:26 GMT
    Day three of testimony is underway in the trial of 22-year-old Khalid Aldawsari. He's being charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. The defense and prosecution continued to question
    After the prosecution rested, the defense in the Aldawsari terror trial simply stated they would not present any evidence and they were resting their case. Aldawsari declined to take the stand.
  • Consider This...A sovereign state must have the power to enforce the law

    Consider This...A sovereign state must have the power to enforce the law

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 5:56 PM EDT2012-06-26 21:56:51 GMT
    The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to narrow the focus on Arizona's new immigration law really settled nothing. The court upheld the controversial "show me your papers" provision, but they shot down virtually
    The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to narrow the focus on Arizona's new immigration law really settled nothing. My problem isn't with the Supreme Court's opinion on immigration. My problem is that the Supreme Court was involved in the first place.
  • Feds suspect Tahoka couple of Jamaican lottery scam

    Feds suspect Tahoka couple of Jamaican lottery scam

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 4:08 PM EDT2012-06-26 20:08:15 GMT
    Federal officials suspect a Tahoka couple of running a so-called Jamaican lottery scam. Court records do not indicate that Sheri and Tommy Stone of Tahoka face criminal charges. However, the Department
    Federal officials suspect a Tahoka couple of running a so-called Jamaican lottery scam.
  • Stabbing victim found on road near Hobbs

    Stabbing victim found on road near Hobbs

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 12:46 PM EDT2012-06-26 16:46:06 GMT
    Authorities in Lea County, NM are investigating the death of a man found with serious injuries near Hobbs Tuesday. Early Tuesday morning, Lea County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the call of an injured
    Authorities in Lea County, NM are investigating the death of a man found with serious injuries near Hobbs Tuesday.
  • Ray Hayward named Texas Tech pitching coach

    Ray Hayward named Texas Tech pitching coach

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 12:19 PM EDT2012-06-26 16:19:44 GMT
    From Texas Tech Athletics: LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech head baseball coach Tim Tadlock announced the hiring of Ray Hayward as the Red Raiders pitching coach on Tuesday. "When the thought of getting Ray
    Texas Tech head baseball coach Tim Tadlock announced the hiring of Ray Hayward as the Red Raiders pitching coach on Tuesday. Hayward brings over 30 years of experience to Tech's staff.
  • Lubbock Post Office employee accused of stealing from the mail

    Lubbock Post Office employee accused of stealing from the mail

    Tuesday, June 26 2012 12:07 PM EDT2012-06-26 16:07:22 GMT
    A Lubbock area Postal Service employee was indicted last week for theft of mail.  Grant Demose Fisher is accused of stealing four "GameFly mailers," medication, jewelry, and a Netflix movie from packages
    A Lubbock area Postal Service employee was indicted last week for theft of mail in both Lubbock and Hockley Counties between October 2011 and February 2012. He faces a total of five felony counts.
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