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  • Lawsuit filed in Hockley Co. Sheriff Runoff

    Lawsuit filed in Hockley Co. Sheriff Runoff

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 11:59 PM EDT2012-08-22 03:59:40 GMT
    The fight continues over who will be the Republican nomination for the Hockley County Sheriff in the November elections. On Friday R.C. Cheek filed a lawsuit against Paul Scarborough saying laws were broken
    The fight continues over who will be the Republican nomination for the Hockley County Sheriff in the November elections. On Friday R.C. Cheek filed a lawsuit against Paul Scarborough saying laws were broken
  • Coaches undergo special concussion training

    Coaches undergo special concussion training

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 11:42 PM EDT2012-08-22 03:42:13 GMT
    As area high schools athletes prepare to hit the football field, a state house bill aimed at preventing head injuries has coaches receiving training, as well. House Bill 2038 targets concussions, an injury
    As area high schools athletes prepare to hit the football field, a state house bill aimed at preventing head injuries has coaches receiving training, as well.
  • Police seek shooting suspect and missing victim

    Police seek shooting suspect and missing victim

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 5:34 PM EDT2012-08-21 21:34:22 GMT
    Lubbock Police are looking for both a suspect and victim of a shooting at a hotel near the airport. Authorities say a fight broke out in a room at the Texas Motor Inn on Interstate 27 in north Lubbock
    Police are looking for both a suspect and the victim of a shooting at a hotel on Interstate 27 in north Lubbock.
  • 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.
  • Cooler temps, more rain in 5-day forecast

    Cooler temps, more rain in 5-day forecast

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 12:22 PM EDT2012-08-21 16:22:46 GMT
    Widespread rain fell on the South and Rolling Plains late yesterday and early this morning. There were a handful of severe weather reports from the northwest corner of the KCBD viewing area Monday evening.
    We will likely see an isolated thunderstorm or two pop up this afternoon or evening, and another thunderstorm and shower complex could drift across the KCBD viewing area Thursday night.
  • DPS steps up DWI enforcement for Labor Day

    DPS steps up DWI enforcement for Labor Day

    Tuesday, August 21 2012 12:11 PM EDT2012-08-21 16:11:07 GMT
    From Texas Department of Public Safety: AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols from August 19 - September 5, which includes the Labor Day holiday weekend. DPS troopers
    The Texas Department of Public Safety will increase DWI patrols from August 19 - September 5, which includes the Labor Day holiday weekend.
  • 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.
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