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September 11, 2012

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  • Gillispie checking into Mayo Clinic for stress, high blood pressure

    Gillispie checking into Mayo Clinic for stress, high blood pressure

    Wednesday, September 12 2012 1:15 PM EDT2012-09-12 17:15:46 GMT
    ESPN is reporting that Texas Tech Coach Billie Gillispie is checking into the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. The report says Gillispie will check into the facility for stress and high blood pressure. This
    ESPN is reporting that Texas Tech head basketball coach Billy Gillispie is checking into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota for high blood pressure and stress. This comes after allegations of player mistreatment and NCAA violations.
  • 11 LISD students named National Merit semifinalists

    11 LISD students named National Merit semifinalists

    Wednesday, September 12 2012 6:00 AM EDT2012-09-12 10:00:40 GMT
    Provided by LISD National Merit Scholarship Corporation officials recently announced the 2013 Semifinalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Lubbock ISD is home to 11 semifinalists,
    National Merit Scholarship Corporation officials recently announced the 2013 Semifinalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
  • Consider This...Always honor the victims of 9/11

    Consider This...Always honor the victims of 9/11

    Wednesday, September 12 2012 3:07 AM EDT2012-09-12 07:07:04 GMT
    We all remember where we were on September 11th, 2001. When the first plane hit, I was in my car on my way to work. When the second plane hit, I was watching it unfold in the TV station. Eleven years
    As the years pass, it becomes even more important that we're reminded by these images what happened….more than once a year.
  • Lubbock remembers 9/11 victims

    Lubbock remembers 9/11 victims

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 7:30 PM EDT2012-09-11 23:30:42 GMT
    Local groups are each finding their own way to honor the 9/11 victims this week. Members of the Young Conservatives of Texas placed almost 3,000 American flags at Texas Tech's Memorial Circle - one for
    Local groups are each finding their own way to honor the 9/11 victims this week. Members of the Young Conservatives of Texas placed almost 3,000 American flags at Texas Tech's Memorial Circle - one for each man, woman and child who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks.
  • Lubbock couple from NYC remembers 'scary, surreal' 9/11 attack

    Lubbock couple from NYC remembers 'scary, surreal' 9/11 attack

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 7:26 PM EDT2012-09-11 23:26:03 GMT
    It's hard to forget the devastating images from September 11, 2001, when the Twin Towers fell and thousands of innocent lives were taken. However, for one Lubbock family, the attacks were more than just

    Pastor Wagner says he was on his way home from a dentist appointment when he got a phone call from a friend telling him his home had become Ground Zero.

  • Lubbock police seek suspects in Smokes 2 Go robbery

    Lubbock police seek suspects in Smokes 2 Go robbery

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 5:46 PM EDT2012-09-11 21:46:18 GMT
    Lubbock police are looking for two suspects who robbed Smokes 2 Go on 19th Street on Saturday night. Police say two men, one Hispanic male and one white male entered the store at 11:24 p.m. One of the
    Lubbock police are looking for two suspects who robbed Smokes 2 Go on 19th Street on Saturday night.
  • Another tax hike for Lubbock residents?

    Another tax hike for Lubbock residents?

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 4:10 PM EDT2012-09-11 20:10:31 GMT
    County commissioners approved a rate hike for Lubbock County on Monday, and now, another tax hike could be coming for Lubbock residents. Thursday, the city council is meeting to consider a tax increase
    County commissioners approved a rate hike for Lubbock County on Monday, and now, another tax hike could be coming for Lubbock residents.
  • Texas Tech regents approve Big 12 TV agreement

    Texas Tech regents approve Big 12 TV agreement

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 3:52 PM EDT2012-09-11 19:52:54 GMT
    The Texas Tech Board of Regents has approved the 13-year grant of rights with the new Big 12 television agreement. The Big 12 announced a deal with ESPN and Fox Sports a few days ago that would put more
    The Texas Tech Board of Regents has approved the 13-year grant of rights with the new Big 12 television agreement.
  • Snyder woman joins Team Christina on 'The Voice'

    Snyder woman joins Team Christina on 'The Voice'

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 3:34 PM EDT2012-09-11 19:34:40 GMT
    If you missed The Voice last night, you missed an outstanding performance from one Snyder woman. Devyn Deloera sang "Ain't No Other Man" by Christina Aguilera, who is, of course, one of the judges. The
    If you missed The Voice last night, you missed an outstanding performance from one Snyder woman.
  • 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.
  • South Plains Red Cross chapter honors heroes at Champions Breakfast

    South Plains Red Cross chapter honors heroes at Champions Breakfast

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 2:47 PM EDT2012-09-11 18:47:53 GMT
    The South Plains chapter of the American Red Cross hosted its Fifth Annual Champions Breakfast at Aerocare Tuesday morning. The event honors residents of the South Plains who have saved a life by intervening
    The South Plains chapter of the American Red Cross hosted its Fifth Annual Champions Breakfast at Aerocare Tuesday morning.
  • Lubbock police looking to train young Explorers

    Lubbock police looking to train young Explorers

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 1:38 PM EDT2012-09-11 17:38:42 GMT
    Provided by LPD The Lubbock Police Department is accepting registrations for the LPD Explorer Post. The Explorer Post is open to boys and girls, ages 14 to 21, who have an interest in law enforcement. The
    The Explorer Post is open to boys and girls, ages 14 to 21, who have an interest in law enforcement.
  • Mayor hopes to derail federal railroad legislation

    Mayor hopes to derail federal railroad legislation

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 8:50 AM EDT2012-09-11 12:50:09 GMT
    City Hall lobbies Congress and the Texas Legislature at various times every year. But it's usually done behind-the-scenes. Not so on the issue of Senate Bill 49, which purports to close anti-trust loopholes
    City Hall lobbies Congress and the Texas Legislature at various times every year. But it's usually done behind-the-scenes. Not so on the issue of Senate Bill 49 ....
  • City water rate changes part of proposed budget

    City water rate changes part of proposed budget

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 8:15 AM EDT2012-09-11 12:15:39 GMT
    Lubbock City Council on Thursday takes up a big change to local water bills. The Mayor proposed the idea that those who conserve water should get a price break and those who are less frugal should pay
    Lubbock City Council on Thursday takes up a big change to local water bills. The Mayor proposed the idea that those who conserve water should get a price break and those who are less frugal should pay more.
  • Another local school district now has to pay "Robin Hood"

    Another local school district now has to pay "Robin Hood"

    Tuesday, September 11 2012 7:23 AM EDT2012-09-11 11:23:06 GMT
    Lorenzo ISD is now added to the list of local school districts that has to give up a portion of its property tax money to the so-called "Robin Hood" system of school finance. Just to the average observer,
    Lorenzo ISD is now added to the list of local school districts that has to give up a portion of its property tax money to the so-called "Robin Hood" system of school finance.
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