August 16, 2012 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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August 16, 2012

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  • Lubbock food prices on the rise because of drought

    Lubbock food prices on the rise because of drought

    Friday, August 17 2012 12:29 AM EDT2012-08-17 04:29:21 GMT
    Consumers continue to be hit hard by the drought with people paying more at the pump for gas and now prices are shooting up on the shelves at grocery stores. United Supermarket's communications director
    Consumers continue to be hit hard by the drought with people paying more at the pump for gas and now prices are shooting up on the shelves at grocery stores.
  • Police seek driver of hit-and-run Hummer

    Police seek driver of hit-and-run Hummer

    Thursday, August 16 2012 5:10 PM EDT2012-08-16 21:10:18 GMT
    Lubbock police are asking the public for help identifying an alleged hit-and-driver from a July 11 accident at Stripes, 5802 98th. Police say a woman was driving her GMC Sierra pick-up truck onto the
    Lubbock police are asking the public for help identifying an alleged hit-and-run driver from a July 11 accident at Stripes, 5802 98th.
  • South Plains storms ahead

    South Plains storms ahead

    Thursday, August 16 2012 10:59 AM EDT2012-08-16 14:59:42 GMT
    There was much needed, but spotty, rainfall this morning in the KCBD viewing area. Morning showers tend to suppress afternoon thunderstorms, but a cold front slowly moving in from the north late Thursday
    There was much needed, but spotty, rainfall this morning, and a cold front slowly moving in from the north late Thursday should be enough to touch off additional though isolated thunderstorms.
  • Levelland company starts project, 117 oil wells

    Levelland company starts project, 117 oil wells

    Thursday, August 16 2012 1:01 AM EDT2012-08-16 05:01:50 GMT
    High gasoline prices are bad news for most of us, but there is a silver lining. A Levelland-based company, Home Creek Energy LLC, is making the most of high prices with a major oil-drilling project.
    High gasoline prices are bad news for most of us, but there is a silver lining. A Levelland-based company, Home Creek Energy LLC, is making the most of high prices with a major oil-drilling project.
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