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  • Lubbock doctors sound alarm on deadly designer drugs

    Lubbock doctors sound alarm on deadly designer drugs

    Friday, August 3 2012 10:57 AM EDT2012-08-03 14:57:37 GMT
    A dangerous new designer drug has hit the Hub City and now emergency room doctors say that no dose is safe to take. Bath Salts, known to be synthetic Cocaine, was outlawed by President Barack Obama on
    A dangerous new designer drug has hit the Hub City and now emergency room doctors say that no dose is safe to take.
  • Local gyms seeing a spike in enrollment

    Local gyms seeing a spike in enrollment

    Thursday, August 2 2012 5:47 PM EDT2012-08-02 21:47:09 GMT
    Local Gyms seeing a spike in enrollment Gyms in Lubbock have been experiencing a surge in enrollment over the past week and experts say the Olympics are to thank. "Our phone has been ringing off the hook,
    Gyms in Lubbock have been experiencing a surge in enrollment over the past week and experts say the Olympics are to thank.
  • Third statue installed for Art on the Llano public art project

    Third statue installed for Art on the Llano public art project

    Thursday, August 2 2012 5:19 PM EDT2012-08-02 21:19:25 GMT
    Third Installation Set for Art on the Llano Public Art Project From Texas Department of Transportation:  (LUBBOCK) - The Art on the Llano public art project installed a third sculpture on Thursday.
    The Art on the Llano public art project installed a third sculpture on Thursday. Sky Drill, by Brent Baggett, is located at Spur 327 and the westbound frontage road of South Loop 289.
  • Garden and Arts Center hosts Friday Morning Portrait Artists

    Garden and Arts Center hosts Friday Morning Portrait Artists

    Thursday, August 2 2012 4:07 PM EDT2012-08-02 20:07:09 GMT
    From City of Lubbock: The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center (GAC), located at 4215 University, will host a reception on Friday, August 3, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. during the First Friday
    The Lubbock Municipal Garden and Arts Center will host a reception during the First Friday Art Trail for the opening of a collection of works by the Friday Morning Portrait Artists.
  • Birth certificates available at City Hall

    Birth certificates available at City Hall

    Thursday, August 2 2012 11:08 AM EDT2012-08-02 15:08:20 GMT
    It's back-to-school time again. That means many of you will need birth certificates for your children. Birth certificates are available at City Hall, just inside the East entrance, at 1625-13th Street
    It's back-to-school time again. That means many of you will need birth certificates for your children. Birth certificates are available at City Hall.
  • Heat advisory continues through Friday

    Heat advisory continues through Friday

    Thursday, August 2 2012 11:07 AM EDT2012-08-02 15:07:21 GMT
    18 days and counting. Lubbock yesterday recorded a high temperature of 103 degrees, the 18th 100-degre day of 2012. Today temperatures will top out above the 100 degree mark across the KCBD viewing area.
    Lubbock yesterday recorded a high temperature of 103 degrees, the 18th 100-degree day of 2012. Today temperatures will top out above the 100 degree mark.
  • Covenant responds to employment lawsuit

    Covenant responds to employment lawsuit

    Thursday, August 2 2012 5:38 AM EDT2012-08-02 09:38:30 GMT
    Covenant Medical Group denies any wrongdoing in a federal lawsuit that was filed in late June by Patricia Sambrano. She claims that she reported sexual harassment and she was fired from Covenant in retaliation. Covenant
    Covenant Medical Group denies any wrongdoing in a federal lawsuit that was filed in late June by Patricia Sambrano.
  • Local election result now the target of written complaint

    Local election result now the target of written complaint

    Thursday, August 2 2012 5:11 AM EDT2012-08-02 09:11:42 GMT
    On Tuesday evening in the Democratic Primary runoff, Lorenzo "Bubba" Sedeño defeated incumbent County Commissioner Gilbert Flores by a tally of 562 to 543 votes. But that might not be the end of the story. Former
    Former candidate for City Council and current political activist Armando Gonzales has filed a complaint with the Lubbock County elections office.
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