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June 27, 2012

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  • Local trampoline gymnast going to London

    Local trampoline gymnast going to London

    Thursday, June 28 2012 1:17 AM EDT2012-06-28 05:17:47 GMT
    At the Trampoline Olympic Trials Finals in San Jose, California, Dakota Earnest of Plains just missed out on making the US Olympic team as she finished 3rd. Savannah Vinsant won with a 153.1 score and
    At the Trampoline Olympic Trials Finals in San Jose, California, Dakota Earnest of Plains just missed out on making the US Olympic team as she finished 3rd.
  • Police provide more details about officer-involved shooting

    Police provide more details about officer-involved shooting

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 11:51 PM EDT2012-06-28 03:51:16 GMT
    A Lubbock police shot a suspect about 1:00 AM Wednesday morning in an alley behind 4800 block of Avenue Q. Details have not been released but a KCBD NewsChannel 11 Photojournalist on the scene says
    Police have identified the people involved in an officer-involved shooting that occurred in central Lubbock early Wednesday morning.
  • Sergeant 1st Class Scott Constantine, a Hometown Hero

    Sergeant 1st Class Scott Constantine, a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 11:01 PM EDT2012-06-28 03:01:46 GMT
    Sergeant 1st Class Scott Constantine returned to Lubbock Tuesday night after his 5th overseas deployment with the United States National Guard. Constantine has served in the Guard for more than 24 years. Constantine
    Sergeant 1st Class Scott Constantine returned to Lubbock Tuesday night after his 5th overseas deployment with the United States National Guard. Constantine has served in the Guard for more than 24 years.
  • Lubbock terror suspect found guilty

    Lubbock terror suspect found guilty

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 7:31 PM EDT2012-06-27 23:31:34 GMT
    An Amarillo jury has found 22-year-old Khalid Aldawsari guilty of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. He faces up to life in prison. Aldawsari was accused of collecting supplies to build a
    An Amarillo jury has found 22-year-old Khalid Aldawsari guilty of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. He faces up to life in prison.
  • Texas Tech sets summer enrollment record

    Texas Tech sets summer enrollment record

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 4:37 PM EDT2012-06-27 20:37:54 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech University Texas Tech University set a record for summer enrollment with 11,316 students enrolled as of the 15th day of classes (June 25), the official reporting day. This is the
    Texas Tech University set a record for summer enrollment with 11,316 students enrolled as of the 15th day of classes (June 25), the official reporting day. This is the first time more than 11,000 students have been enrolled for a summer semester.
  • NTS expands internet, other services to Wichita Falls

    NTS expands internet, other services to Wichita Falls

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 4:15 PM EDT2012-06-27 20:15:35 GMT
    Lubbock-based NTS Communications continues to expand its high speed fiber digital network. The company announced this week it is expanding into parts of Wichita Falls. In a written statement Guy Nissenson,
    Lubbock-based NTS Communications continues to expand its high speed fiber digital network. The company announced this week it is expanding into parts of Wichita Falls.
  • Texas retailer promotes patriotism with beer sales

    Texas retailer promotes patriotism with beer sales

    Wednesday, June 27 2012 12:19 PM EDT2012-06-27 16:19:13 GMT
    Alon Brands, a Dallas-based licensee of 7-Eleven stores, announced its support Wednesday of the new Marine Recovery Fund through a contribution of 50 cents for each case of Miller Lite 18-pack of cans/bottles
    Alon 7-Eleven stores announced their support Wednesday of the new Marine Recovery Fund through a contribution of 50 cents for each 18-pack case of Miller Lite sold through July 31.
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