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  • Former Lubbock leader, now in Irving, accused of suppressing open records

    Former Lubbock leader, now in Irving, accused of suppressing open records

    Thursday, August 16 2012 9:03 AM EDT2012-08-16 13:03:56 GMT
    Former Lubbock leader, now in Irving, accused of suppressing open records KCBD NewsChannel 11 has independently confirmed a report that Lubbock's former Assistant City Manager Tommy Gonzales is accused
    KCBD NewsChannel 11 has independently confirmed a report that Lubbock's former Assistant City Manager Tommy Gonzalez is accused of suppressing public records in his current job...
  • City to hold public hearings on property tax hike

    City to hold public hearings on property tax hike

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 11:51 PM EDT2012-08-16 03:51:35 GMT
    City of Lubbock property taxes are, on average, going up for two reasons in the coming year. The City Council proposed raising the rate from 47.4 cents per hundred to 49.211. At the same time the value
    City of Lubbock property taxes are, on average, going up for two reasons in the coming year. The City Council proposed raising the rate from 47.4 cents per hundred to 49.211.
  • A Lubbock murder and deadly hit and run among unsolved cases this summer

    A Lubbock murder and deadly hit and run among unsolved cases this summer

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 11:20 PM EDT2012-08-16 03:20:52 GMT
    An unsolved murder, a deadly hit and run, a missing teen and a man found dead in a playa lake – these four Lubbock cases all occurred this summer, and have all come to a standstill. As Lubbock detectives
    An unsolved murder, a deadly hit and run, a missing teen and a man found dead in a playa lake – these four Lubbock cases all occurred this summer, and have all come to a standstill. As Lubbock detectives struggle to close the cases, they're hoping the community will step forward and call Crimeline.
  • Gunselman booked into Lubbock Co Jail, $40 million fraud case

    Gunselman booked into Lubbock Co Jail, $40 million fraud case

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 10:11 PM EDT2012-08-16 02:11:38 GMT
    Gunselman booked into Lubbock Co Jail, $40 million fraud case The Lubbock man accused of $40 million of wire fraud is back in Lubbock as of Wednesday afternoon. Jeffrey Gunselman, 30, was arrested
    The Lubbock man accused of $40 million of wire fraud is back in Lubbock as of Wednesday afternoon. Jeffrey Gunselman, 30, was booked into the Lubbock County Jail at 4:45 PM, according to official records.
  • Lubbock's terror suspect won't get new trial, judge says

    Lubbock's terror suspect won't get new trial, judge says

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 6:58 PM EDT2012-08-15 22:58:09 GMT
    A judge agrees that prosecutors made mistakes in the terrorism-related trial of Khalid Aldawsari, but it's not enough to warrant a new trial, the judge said Wednesday. Aldawsari was arrested in 2011 and
    A judge agrees that prosecutors made mistakes in the terrorism-related trial of Khalid Aldawsari, but it's not enough to warrant a new trial, the judge said Wednesday.
  • Lubbock's Paul Springer remembers August 15, 1995

    Lubbock's Paul Springer remembers August 15, 1995

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 6:04 PM EDT2012-08-15 22:04:35 GMT
    Lubbock's Paul Springer is the General Manager at Zach's Club. A former World Champion Powerlifter, Springer trains people daily to get in shape. However what happened 17 years ago today on August 15,
    Lubbock's Paul Springer is the General Manager at Zach's Club. A former World Champion Powerlifter, Springer trains people daily to get in shape.
  • Food Bank to host 24-hour food drive

    Food Bank to host 24-hour food drive

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 4:02 PM EDT2012-08-15 20:02:31 GMT
    From South Plains Food Bank: Lubbock, TX – Rocking around the clock is what the South Plains Food Bank has in mind as it kicks off its first ever 24-Hour Food Drive Thursday, August 16 at 7 a.m. at the
    Rocking around the clock is what the South Plains Food Bank has in mind as it kicks off its first ever 24-Hour Food Drive Thursday at 7 a.m. at the 24-Hour Market Street on 50th and Indiana.
  • Tax hike to be subject of Lubbock County public hearing

    Tax hike to be subject of Lubbock County public hearing

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 3:23 PM EDT2012-08-15 19:23:41 GMT
    Lubbock County residents can speak for or against a proposed property tax hike next week. The county will hold the hearing on August 22, 10 am on the fifth floor of the courthouse. Commissioners gave
    Commissioners gave tentative approval of 34.6477 cents per $100 valuation which is increase of almost 2 cents. At the same time, the valuation of an average county residence is going up.
  • Beware of scam targeting Atmos Customers

    Beware of scam targeting Atmos Customers

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 3:10 PM EDT2012-08-15 19:10:26 GMT
    Atmos Energy warns customers of a scam that targets the utility company's customers. A statement on the Atmos website says the scam artist "promises federal stimulus money for utility bills in exchange
    Atmos Energy warns customers of a scam that targets the utility company's customers. A statement on the Atmos website says the scam artist "promises federal stimulus money for utility bills ...
  • One of Lubbock largest employers reports modest 2Q profit

    One of Lubbock largest employers reports modest 2Q profit

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 2:45 PM EDT2012-08-15 18:45:26 GMT
    NTS, one of Lubbock's largest employers with 250 or more employees at any given time, reported a net income of $73,000 for the second quarter. In essence, the company broke even. But that's a tremendous
    NTS, one of Lubbock's largest employers with 250 or more employees at any given time, reported a net income of $73,000 for the second quarter. In essence, the company broke even.
  • Registration open for Lubbock after-school programs

    Registration open for Lubbock after-school programs

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 11:42 AM EDT2012-08-15 15:42:19 GMT
    From City of Lubbock:Parks and Recreation is now taking registrations for its three after-school programs. Program locations are Rawlings Community Center, Simmons Community Center and Trejo Supercenter.
    Parks and Recreation is now taking registrations for its three after-school programs. Program locations are Rawlings Community Center, Simmons Community Center and Trejo Supercenter.
  • Lubbock warehouse fire under investigation

    Lubbock warehouse fire under investigation

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 11:19 AM EDT2012-08-15 15:19:58 GMT
    The inside of a warehouse in south Lubbock County is now charred and burned. That's because a fire ignited near the Three 'B' Brushes manufacturing building around 8 p.m. Tuesday. Heavy black smoke could
    The inside of a warehouse in south Lubbock County is now charred and burned. That's because a fire ignited near the Three 'B' Brushes manufacturing building around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
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