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July 11, 2012

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  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates 14,000 pounds of food to South Plains Food Bank

    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates 14,000 pounds of food to South Plains Food Bank

    Thursday, July 12 2012 8:00 PM EDT2012-07-13 00:00:46 GMT
    People in need of food assistance got some good news Wednesday as more than 14,000 pounds of food arrived at the South Plains Food Bank. It's part of a donation from the local Church of Latter-Day Saints. The
    People in need of food assistance got some good news Wednesday as more than 14,000 pounds of food arrived at the South Plains Food Bank. It's part of a donation from the local Church of Latter-Day Saints.
  • Covenant chief pathologist shot to death

    Covenant chief pathologist shot to death

    Thursday, July 12 2012 12:08 AM EDT2012-07-12 04:08:30 GMT
    Lubbock Police responded to an apparent homicide scene in the 4600 block of 21st St Wednesday afternoon. Police are asking residents to avoid this area for the next several hours. At around 1:50 p.m.,
    Dr. Joseph Sonnier, the Chief Pathologist for Covenant Health System in Lubbock was found dead in his home on Wednesday afternoon, KCBD NewsChannel 11 has learned. Sonnier was victim of an apparent homicide.
  • Request for new trial possible, records filed by Aldawsari

    Request for new trial possible, records filed by Aldawsari

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 11:48 PM EDT2012-07-12 03:48:31 GMT
    Khalid Aldawsari had a Wednesday deadline to appeal his conviction, ask the court to overturn his conviction, or request a new trial. Instead, his lawyers asked for an extension of time saying, "The reason
    Khalid Aldawsari had a Wednesday deadline to appeal his conviction, ask the court to overturn his conviction, or request a new trial. Instead, his lawyers asked for an extension of time...
  • Husband of Lubbock City Manager dies after long illness

    Husband of Lubbock City Manager dies after long illness

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 11:35 PM EDT2012-07-12 03:35:36 GMT
    Bill Dumbauld, husband of Lubbock's City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld, has died after a long illness. KCBD will have more details for you at 6 and 10. Copyright 2012 KCBD. All rights reserved.
    Bill Dumbauld, husband of Lubbock's City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld, has died after a long illness.
  • General Bernie Mittemeyer, a Hometown Hero

    General Bernie Mittemeyer, a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 9:04 PM EDT2012-07-12 01:04:30 GMT
    General Bernie Mittemeyer is a three-star general and an accomplished medical doctor; but this patriot hasn't always been an American citizen. Mittemeyer immigrated to the US in 1944 with his family. "That
    General Bernie Mittemeyer is a three-star general and an accomplished medical doctor; but this patriot hasn't always been an American citizen.
  • City of Lubbock still trying to fire accused officer

    City of Lubbock still trying to fire accused officer

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 8:11 PM EDT2012-07-12 00:11:26 GMT
    A Lubbock police officer still has his job, but the City of Lubbock is once again going to court in an effort to fire him. Back in 2010, Officer Chris Hennsley was fired amid allegations of excessive
    A Lubbock police officer still has his job, but the City of Lubbock is once again going to court in an effort to fire him.
  • Fire destroys home in Shallowater

    Fire destroys home in Shallowater

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 7:55 PM EDT2012-07-11 23:55:13 GMT
    Shallowater fire department is still investigation a fire that broke out at a house in the 7100 block of county road 6300 this after noon. The fire started around 2:30 in the attic of the house, causing
    The Shallowater Fire Department is still investigating a fire that broke out at a house in the 7100 block of County Road 6300 on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Petition could allow alcohol sale vote in Crosby County

    Petition could allow alcohol sale vote in Crosby County

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 7:13 PM EDT2012-07-11 23:13:57 GMT
    Crosby County has never allowed the sale of alcohol, but a controversial petition that has been circulating around the county, aims to change that. Life long Crosbyton resident, Erica Hitt, has formed
    Crosby County has never allowed the sale of alcohol, but a controversial petition that has been circulating around the county, aims to change that. Life long Crosbyton resident, Erica Hitt, has formed a petition, hoping to have the option on the November ballot.
  • Several local DQ locations sold in bankruptcy deal

    Several local DQ locations sold in bankruptcy deal

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 2:24 PM EDT2012-07-11 18:24:34 GMT
    A long list of Texas Dairy Queen locations has been sold as part of bankruptcy proceedings. Roundtable Corp., with significant ties to Lubbock, filed for bankruptcy earlier this year in East Texas. The
    A long list of Texas Dairy Queen locations has been sold as part of bankruptcy proceedings. Roundtable Corp., with significant ties to Lubbock, filed for bankruptcy earlier this year in East Texas.
  • TTU President takes job as Alabama President

    TTU President takes job as Alabama President

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 1:46 PM EDT2012-07-11 17:46:23 GMT
    Information From: The University of Alabama The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama System has named Dr. Guy Bailey president of The University of Alabama. The appointment will be effective
    The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama System has named Dr. Guy Bailey president of The University of Alabama. The appointment will be effective in early September.
  • Broadway at Ave. O closed for three weeks

    Broadway at Ave. O closed for three weeks

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 12:24 PM EDT2012-07-11 16:24:33 GMT
    Broadway at Ave. O will be closed for the next three weeks due to the installation of the underground duct system downtown that began in March. The through traffic will need to detour to either Main Street
    Broadway at Ave. O in Lubbock will be closed for the next three weeks due to the installation of the underground duct system downtown that began in March.
  • Lubbock toddler thrown from car, father indicted

    Lubbock toddler thrown from car, father indicted

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 11:50 AM EDT2012-07-11 15:50:12 GMT
    Tuesday evening a Lubbock Grand Jury indicted 18-year-old Kenny Jimenez for aggravated robbery, meaning the teen could face life in prison if convicted. The indictment stems from an incident back in June
    Tuesday evening a Lubbock Grand Jury indicted 18-year-old Kenny Jimenez for aggravated robbery, meaning the teen could face life in prison if convicted.
  • Rain comes, but drought conditions still linger in Lubbock

    Rain comes, but drought conditions still linger in Lubbock

    Wednesday, July 11 2012 11:03 AM EDT2012-07-11 15:03:07 GMT
    RAIN COMES, BUT DROUGHT CONDITIONS STILL LINGER IN LUBBOCK The Lubbock area has received some rain over the past 48 hours, but the drought conditions have not changed. Scattered showers dropped as much
    Despite recent rains, Lubbock remains in stage two of its drought contingency plan and that won't change until the opening of the Lake Alan Henry Pipeline in October.
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