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September 13, 2012

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  • Post donut shop owner chases, assaults middle school student with broom

    Post donut shop owner chases, assaults middle school student with broom

    Sep 13, 2012 02:10 PM 2012-09-16 12:47:12 GMT
    The owner of a Post donut shop is in jail Thursday after chasing a middle school student all the way to the schoolhouse door and hitting him with a broom. Garza County authorities say a group of students
    The owner of a Post donut shop was taken to jail Thursday after chasing a middle school student all the way to the schoolhouse door and hitting him with a broom.
  • 21st Annual Jacky Pierce Charity Classic benefits Lubbock Area United Way

    21st Annual Jacky Pierce Charity Classic benefits Lubbock Area United Way

    Friday, September 14 2012 4:53 PM EDT2012-09-14 20:53:58 GMT
    Provided by United Supermarkets United Supermarkets, LLC (United), and its family of partners and suppliers raised $76,525.67 for the Lubbock Area United Way at the 21st annual Jacky Pierce Charity Classic.
    United Supermarkets, LLC (United), and its family of partners and suppliers raised $76,525.67 for the Lubbock Area United Way at the 21st annual Jacky Pierce Charity Classic. Since 1991 the tournament has raised more than $2.8 million for local charities.
  • LCU announces record enrollment

    LCU announces record enrollment

    Friday, September 14 2012 4:49 PM EDT2012-09-14 20:49:04 GMT
    Provided by LCU Lubbock Christian University announced Thursday that the school has achieved a record enrollment for the fall 2012 semester. According to the office of the registrar, LCU has a fall enrollment
    Lubbock Christian University announced Thursday that the school has achieved a record enrollment for the fall 2012 semester.
  • Consider This...Gillispie's Future

    Consider This...Gillispie's Future

    Like most of you, I am thoroughly baffled by what's going on with Texas Tech Head Basketball Coach Billie Gillispie. Here's what I know for sure. He is under fire by the public, his bosses, and his players
    Like most of you, I am thoroughly baffled by what's going on with Texas Tech Head Basketball Coach Billie Gillispie.
  • Food for Thought 9/13

    Food for Thought 9/13

    Friday, September 14 2012 12:29 PM EDT2012-09-14 16:29:49 GMT
    You can feel confident dining out this weekend, as KCBD NewsChannel 11 reports only one low performer this week. Jack in the Box at 5110 98th Street was the top performer this week with no critical violations. Cancun
    You can feel confident dining out this weekend, as KCBD NewsChannel 11 reports only one low performer this week.
  • Lubbock spending big as local economy stays strong

    Lubbock spending big as local economy stays strong

    Friday, September 14 2012 12:28 PM EDT2012-09-14 16:28:39 GMT
    People in the Hub City Spending Big   A report released by the state comptrollers office this week showed a nearly 12 percent increase in sales tax revenue for the city of Lubbock compared to this time
    A report released by the state comptrollers office this week showed a nearly 12 percent increase in sales tax revenue for the city of Lubbock compared to this time last year, and that means Lubbock's economy is improving.
  • A heartwarming homecoming for a Lubbock Marine and his son

    A heartwarming homecoming for a Lubbock Marine and his son

    Friday, September 14 2012 12:27 PM EDT2012-09-14 16:27:12 GMT
    Thursday morning a Waters Elementary student received a special surprise with a heartwarming homecoming from his father. What seemed like forever – Marine Corporal Anthony Limon waited anxiously in the
    Thursday morning a Waters Elementary student received a special surprise - a heartwarming homecoming from his stepfather.
  • City Council approves tax proposal

    City Council approves tax proposal

    Friday, September 14 2012 12:56 AM EDT2012-09-14 04:56:45 GMT
    Lubbock property owners are about to start paying a little extra on their city taxes. During last night's meeting, the Lubbock City Council voted to approve a proposal to raise taxes by about $18.00 a
    Lubbock property owners are about to start paying a little extra on their city taxes. During last night's meeting, the Lubbock City Council voted to approve a proposal to raise taxes by about $18.00 a
  • Lubbock police receive reports of Mark Ysasaga in Abilene, San Angelo

    Lubbock police receive reports of Mark Ysasaga in Abilene, San Angelo

    Thursday, September 13 2012 11:53 PM EDT2012-09-14 03:53:15 GMT
    Provided by LPD On August 20th, Lubbock Police received a Crime Line tip stating that Mark Ysasaga was in Abilene, TX. Further joint investigation with the Abilene PD showed this to be a credible tip.
    On August 20th, Lubbock Police received a Crime Line tip stating that Mark Ysasaga was in Abilene, TX. Further joint investigation with the Abilene PD showed this to be a credible tip.
  • Taste of Lubbock offers great food for a good cause

    Taste of Lubbock offers great food for a good cause

    Thursday, September 13 2012 3:22 PM EDT2012-09-13 19:22:00 GMT
    If you want to try out different restaurant foods and help out a good cause, you might make plans to head over to the Civic Center Friday. Taste of Lubbock starts at 6 p.m. and those in attendance will
    If you want to try out different restaurant foods and help out a good cause, you might make plans to head over to the Civic Center Friday.
  • Former elementary school teacher’s aide indicted on child pornography charges

    Former elementary school teacher’s aide indicted on child pornography charges

    Thursday, September 13 2012 1:09 PM EDT2012-09-13 17:09:50 GMT
    Provided by United States Attorney Sarah R. Saldana A former elementary school teacher's aide in the Childress Independent School District, Shanice Adel Lambert, was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand
    A former elementary school teacher's aide in the Childress Independent School District, Shanice Adel Lambert, was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Lubbock, Texas...
  • 7th case of West Nile reported in city of Lubbock

    7th case of West Nile reported in city of Lubbock

    Thursday, September 13 2012 12:00 PM EDT2012-09-13 16:00:36 GMT
    Provided by City of Lubbock Health Department There is 1 new confirmed case of neuroinvasive West Nile virus in the city of Lubbock. The case is a male over 50 years of age. He did not travel outside
    There is 1 new confirmed case of neuroinvasive West Nile virus in the city of Lubbock. The case is a male over 50 years of age. He did not travel outside of Lubbock County in the 2 weeks prior to the onset of illness. This makes a total of 7 cases in the city of Lubbock.
  • Employee sues Seagraves, claims retaliation for Mayoral election

    Employee sues Seagraves, claims retaliation for Mayoral election

    Thursday, September 13 2012 8:50 AM EDT2012-09-13 12:50:49 GMT
    An employee of the City of Seagraves filed a First Amendment lawsuit against his employer Wednesday in Lubbock federal court. Waylon Lee Moore claims that he had been instructed to work overtime to maintain
    A City of Seagraves employee took sides in the recent race for Mayor. He now claims he was suspended without pay for backing the losing candidate.
  • Man indicted for stolen mail, after Post Office closure

    Man indicted for stolen mail, after Post Office closure

    Thursday, September 13 2012 8:08 AM EDT2012-09-13 12:08:17 GMT
    A federal indictment gives a clue as to why the Post Office in New Home, about 24 miles south of Lubbock, closed down in mid-July. Ty Page, 28, of New Home was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury
    A federal indictment gives a clue as to why the Post Office in New Home, about 24 miles south of Lubbock, closed down in mid-July.
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