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  • Texas Tech hosts Red Raider Palapalooza

    Texas Tech hosts Red Raider Palapalooza

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 4:46 PM EDT2012-08-21 20:46:20 GMT
    From Texas Tech Center for Undergraduate Research: The Texas Tech University Division of Undergraduate Education will host the first annual Red Raider Palapalooza to welcome students to campus for the
    Tech will host the first Red Raider Palapalooza to welcome students to campus for the 2012-2013 school year Wednesday at Urbanovsky Park.
  • Overnight lightning sparks wildfires near Pep

    Overnight lightning sparks wildfires near Pep

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 11:17 AM EDT2012-08-21 15:17:31 GMT
    Last night's storms are being blamed for several wildfires on the South Plains. Lightning is believed to have sparked three wildfires last night, just northwest of Pep, near the Lamb and Hockley County
    Lightning is believed to have sparked three wildfires last night, just northwest of Pep, near the Lamb and Hockley County line.
  • Luis Cuevas Pays It Forward: 08/20/12

    Luis Cuevas Pays It Forward: 08/20/12

    Monday, August 20 2012 11:28 PM EDT2012-08-21 03:28:46 GMT
    Pay It Forward starts out in North Lubbock this week. We set up with our Pay It Forward sign along North Ash Avenue north of Loop 289. It only took a few minutes, but it wasn't long before we notice
    Pay It Forward starts out in North Lubbock this week. We set up with our Pay It Forward sign along North Ash Avenue north of Loop 289.
  • Lubbock businessman pleads not guilty to $40-million wire fraud case

    Lubbock businessman pleads not guilty to $40-million wire fraud case

    Monday, August 20 2012 11:24 PM EDT2012-08-21 03:24:23 GMT
    On Monday a Lubbock businessman pleaded not guilty to a $40-million dollar wire fraud scheme. Shortly after 3p.m. Jeffrey David Gunselman, 30, remained calm as he appeared in federal court still handcuffed
    On Monday a Lubbock businessman pleaded not guilty to a $40-million dollar wire fraud scheme.
  • Stephens named Region 17 Outstanding Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year

    Stephens named Region 17 Outstanding Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year

    Monday, August 20 2012 7:33 PM EDT2012-08-20 23:33:46 GMT
    From Lubbock ISD: Lori Stephens, assistant principal of Evans Middle School in Lubbock ISD, has been selected to represent the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) as the Region 17
    Lori Stephens, assistant principal of Evans Middle School, has been selected to represent the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals as the Region 17 Outstanding Assistant Principal of the year.
  • Rainfall prompts locals to exercise caution for West Nile

    Rainfall prompts locals to exercise caution for West Nile

    Monday, August 20 2012 7:15 PM EDT2012-08-20 23:15:16 GMT
    Although the South Plains is known to be dry, the recent rainfall has many locals worried that the crisis in Dallas will soon spread here.
    Although the South Plains is known to be dry, the recent rainfall has many locals worried that the crisis in Dallas will soon spread here.
  • Councilman questions legality of LP&L budget

    Councilman questions legality of LP&L budget

    Monday, August 20 2012 6:35 PM EDT2012-08-20 22:35:05 GMT
    Is the Lubbock Power & Light budget done legally and properly?  That's the question City Councilman Victor Hernandez is raising and he wants the city to hire an outside law firm to get to the bottom of
    Is the Lubbock Power & Light budget done legally and properly?  That's the question a City Councilman is raising and he wants the city to hire an outside law firm to get to the bottom of it.
  • Gov. Perry wins fDi Magazine's 2012 Governor's Award

    Gov. Perry wins fDi Magazine's 2012 Governor's Award

    Monday, August 20 2012 2:18 PM EDT2012-08-20 18:18:19 GMT
    From Office of the Governor: AUSTIN – Texas' pro-business approach continues to receive national accolades, and fDi Magazine is the latest organization to take notice by awarding Gov. Rick Perry with
    Texas' pro-business approach continues to receive national accolades, and fDi Magazine is the latest organization to take notice by awarding Gov. Rick Perry with its inaugural Governor's Award.
  • Walmart briefly evacuated due to gas leak

    Walmart briefly evacuated due to gas leak

    Monday, August 20 2012 1:11 PM EDT2012-08-20 17:11:23 GMT
    At about 11:30 a.m. Monday morning, Walmart at 1911 Marsha Sharp was evacuated because of a gas leak. Early reports suggest a fork lift hit a gas line. KCBD has a crew on the scene and we'll bring you
    Monday morning, the Walmart at Avenue Q and Marsha Sharp was evacuated because of a gas leak. The all-clear was sounded shortly before noon, and employees and shoppers were allowed to return.
  • United Supermarkets unaffected by produce recall

    United Supermarkets unaffected by produce recall

    Monday, August 20 2012 12:05 PM EDT2012-08-20 16:05:28 GMT
    United Supermarkets told KCBD Monday that its grocery stores are not affected by any of the recently announced produce recalls of cantaloupe, honeydew melons and romaine lettuce. "The cantaloupes and
    United Supermarkets told KCBD Monday that its grocery stores are not affected by any of the recently announced produce recalls of cantaloupe, honeydew melons and romaine lettuce.
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