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September 10, 2012

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  • 2012 Red Cross Adult Champion Mike Redeker

    2012 Red Cross Adult Champion Mike Redeker

    Thursday, September 5 2013 6:03 PM EDT2013-09-05 22:03:31 GMT
    Mike Redeker says he never wanted to be a hero. He says he never considered himself one, even after he saved the life of LaDon Madden in August. "You don't really stop and think in a situation like that.
    Mike Redeker says he never wanted to be a hero. He says he never considered himself one, even after he saved the life of LaDon Madden in August.
  • 2 new cases of West Nile reported in Lubbock

    2 new cases of West Nile reported in Lubbock

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 3:27 PM EDT2012-09-11 19:27:48 GMT
    A new case of West Nile was reported in Lubbock Monday. The health department says a woman over the age of 50 has the neuro-invasive strain of the virus, but officials say that she traveled outside Lubbock
    The Lubbock Health Department reported two new cases of West Nile in Lubbock on Tuesday, bringing the total to six within the city.
  • Jennifer Gaines Pays It Forward: 9/10

    Jennifer Gaines Pays It Forward: 9/10

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 1:48 AM EDT2012-09-11 05:48:10 GMT
    If you had $300 to help someone in need, who would you choose and why? This week, we set up along 82nd Street just East of Slide Road. Jennifer Gaines saw our sign and wanted to help her neighbor in
    This week, we have a very special installment of Pay It Forward. Our story revolves around a playmaker and a recipient who have been going through separate medical issues at the same time.
  • Imagine a better Lubbock at community meetings this week

    Imagine a better Lubbock at community meetings this week

    Monday, September 10 2012 7:35 PM EDT2012-09-10 23:35:12 GMT
    If you think Lubbock needs a zoo, a river-walk or a community college, then don't forget about the four public meetings this week to share your ideas. The initiative, started by the Chamber Of Commerce,
    If you think Lubbock needs a zoo, a river-walk or a community college, there will be four public meetings this week where you can share your ideas.
  • Texas Tech students indicate support for Gillispie

    Texas Tech students indicate support for Gillispie

    Monday, September 10 2012 7:06 PM EDT2012-09-10 23:06:20 GMT
    Tech Students behind Gillispie Texas Tech head basketball coach Billy Gillispie hasn't been seen or heard from since he was released from the hospital last Thursday and Texas Tech officials have said he
    Texas Tech head basketball coach Billy Gillispie hasn't been seen or heard from since he was released from the hospital last Thursday. Texas Tech officials have said he is on indefinite medical leave with no timetable for his return.
  • Early voting begins for Hockley County sheriff runoff

    Early voting begins for Hockley County sheriff runoff

    Monday, September 10 2012 1:32 PM EDT2012-09-10 17:32:36 GMT
    Early voting began Monday in the Republican runoff election for Hockley County sheriff. A judge last week threw out the results of the July 31st runoff election. R.C. Cheek originally won that election,
    Early voting began Monday in the Republican runoff election for Hockley County sheriff.
  • Lubbock County Commissioners approve tax rate hike

    Lubbock County Commissioners approve tax rate hike

    Monday, September 10 2012 1:25 PM EDT2012-09-10 17:25:30 GMT
    Lubbock County Commissioners approved a tax rate hike Monday morning. The hike will raise taxes about 2 cents when they adopt the 2013 budget. Commissioners said the increase was needed to hire more deputies
    Lubbock County Commissioners approved a tax rate hike Monday morning. The hike will raise taxes about 2 cents per $100 valuation when they adopt the 2013 budget.
  • Lubbock VFW Post 2466 remembers Ancile 'Al' White

    Lubbock VFW Post 2466 remembers Ancile 'Al' White

    Monday, September 10 2012 12:07 PM EDT2012-09-10 16:07:58 GMT
    The Lubbock Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2466 laid their post commander to rest Monday, a week after an accident claimed his life. Ancile "Al" White, 76, had served as commander of Post 2466 since 2008. The
    The Lubbock Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2466 laid their post commander to rest Monday, a week after an accident claimed his life.
  • South Plains doctor fined for "disruptive" behavior

    South Plains doctor fined for "disruptive" behavior

    Monday, September 10 2012 1:02 AM EDT2012-09-10 05:02:57 GMT
    The Texas Medical Board announced on Friday that 55 doctors statewide have been disciplined recently including one from Seminole. The TMB says on August 31, Michael Quealy Watson M.D. entered an agreed
    The TMB says on August 31, Michael Quealy Watson M.D. entered an agreed order with the Board requiring him to "undergo an independent psychiatric evaluation."
  • Drought conditions worsen in Lubbock and statewide

    Drought conditions worsen in Lubbock and statewide

    Monday, September 10 2012 12:41 AM EDT2012-09-10 04:41:22 GMT
    The drought in Texas as a whole became more severe in the last week and that includes Lubbock and the South Plains. Lubbock County had been split between severe and extreme drought for the Drought Monitor
    The drought in Texas as a whole became more severe in the last week and that includes Lubbock and the South Plains.
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