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  • Covenant CEO responds to Sonnier murder

    Covenant CEO responds to Sonnier murder

    Wednesday, July 18 2012 11:10 PM EDT2012-07-19 03:10:35 GMT
    Covenant Health Systems President and CEO Richard Parks remembers his colleague, Dr. Joseph Sonnier as a generous and down to earth man. Parks says his chief pathologist was a talented Doctor who was highly
    Covenant Health Systems President and CEO Richard Parks remembers his colleague, Dr. Joseph Sonnier, as a generous and down-to-earth man.
  • Police still searching for missing Lubbock teen

    Police still searching for missing Lubbock teen

    Wednesday, July 18 2012 5:26 AM EDT2012-07-18 09:26:28 GMT
    Tuesday morning around 10 a.m. Lubbock Police Officers were seen on horseback searching a field off of FM 2146 just a few miles west of Interstate 27. Sources told KCBD police were searching the fields
    Tuesday morning around 10 a.m. Lubbock police were seen on horseback searching a field because of a tip saying the body of missing teen Mark Ysasaga could possibly be found there.
  • City wants gas, food at Lubbock airport

    City wants gas, food at Lubbock airport

    Wednesday, July 18 2012 1:20 AM EDT2012-07-18 05:20:26 GMT
    Could Lubbock use a gas station, restaurant, or hotel on the western edge of Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport? The City of Lubbock says yes and is asking developers to come forward with ideas
    The City of Lubbock is asking developers to come forward with ideas for commercial development beside Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport.
  • Chilling 911 call reveals details of doctor's murder

    Chilling 911 call reveals details of doctor's murder

    Wednesday, July 18 2012 12:26 AM EDT2012-07-18 04:26:46 GMT
    A chilling 9-11 call from Dr. Joseph Sonnier's landscaper is revealing new details about his murder. The call was made from a cell phone in the backyard of Dr. Sonnier's house in the 2300 block of 21st
    A chilling 911 call from Dr. Joseph Sonnier's landscaper is revealing new details about his murder.
  • Four workers rescued after industrial accident at Lubbock water plant

    Four workers rescued after industrial accident at Lubbock water plant

    Tuesday, July 17 2012 11:48 PM EDT2012-07-18 03:48:34 GMT
    Lubbock Fire Department is on the scene of an industrial accident at the Lubbock Wastewater Treatment Plant on the 3600 block of Guava. Initial reports are that 3 people may be trapped in a hole 35 feet
    Four subcontractors were rescued by emergency crews Tuesday after an industrial accident at the Lubbock Wastewater Treatment Plant on the 3600 block of Guava Avenue.
  • FDA approves new diet drug

    FDA approves new diet drug

    Tuesday, July 17 2012 9:25 PM EDT2012-07-18 01:25:50 GMT
    The FDA decided to approve the new diet drug originally known as Qnexa. It gives obese and overweight patients a new weight loss option that does not involve surgery. It will now be called Qsymia. Over
    The FDA decided to approve the new diet drug originally known as Qnexa. It gives obese and overweight patients a new weight loss option that does not involve surgery.
  • Popular treatment for MS may not stop disease from progressing

    Popular treatment for MS may not stop disease from progressing

    Tuesday, July 17 2012 6:36 PM EDT2012-07-17 22:36:34 GMT
    The most popular treatment for Multiple Sclerosis may not stop the disease from progressing. Interferon beta drugs are the most widely-prescribed drugs for multiple sclerosis. A new study out of the University
    The most popular treatment for Multiple Sclerosis may not stop the disease from progressing. Interferon beta drugs are the most widely-prescribed drugs for multiple sclerosis.
  • Tech breaks ground at new research facility

    Tech breaks ground at new research facility

    Tuesday, July 17 2012 4:03 PM EDT2012-07-17 20:03:42 GMT
    Texas Tech University, the Department of Energy, Sandia National Laboratories, Vestas Wind Systems and Group NIRE held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for wind turbines at the new Scaled Wind Farm Technology
    Texas Tech University held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for wind turbines at the new Scaled Wind Farm Technology (SWIFT) Facility at the Reese Technology Center.
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