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September 24, 2012

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  • Consider This...Good idea from the Governor

    Consider This...Good idea from the Governor

    Tuesday, September 25 2012 6:55 AM EDT2012-09-25 10:55:44 GMT
    If you are one of the many parents wondering how in the world you are going to send your kids to college, there is good news and bad news this week. The bad news is a recent study of Texas tuition rates
    If you are one of the many parents wondering how in the world you are going to send your kids to college, there is good news and bad news this week.
  • Giddy Up for a Bike Rodeo

    Giddy Up for a Bike Rodeo

    WHAT: The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Allied Health Sciences' South Plains Autism Network (SPAN) at the Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic, will kick off the
    For more information about SPAN, contact Sherry Sancibrian, M.S., CCC-SLP, program director in the TTUHSC Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, at sherry.sancibrian@ttuhsc.edu or (806) 743-5660 ext. 232.
  • Paula Williams Pays It Forward: 09/24/12

    Paula Williams Pays It Forward: 09/24/12

    Monday, September 24 2012 10:35 PM EDT2012-09-25 02:35:35 GMT
    You've heard of the saying, "What goes around, comes around!" This week's edition of Pay It Forward revolves around a Lubbock couple who decided to give back to a local pastor who married them not too
    This week's edition of Pay It Forward revolves around a Lubbock couple who decided to give back to a local pastor who married them not too long ago.
  • A new road map for treatments of breast cancer

    A new road map for treatments of breast cancer

    Monday, September 24 2012 10:10 PM EDT2012-09-25 02:10:19 GMT
    Exciting news today from a giant federal project designed to analyze the thousands of changes in the DNA of cells that lead to different cancers. All that could bring a new road map for new personalized
    Exciting news today from a giant federal project designed to analyze the thousands of changes in the DNA of cells that lead to different cancers.
  • HealthWise at Five: Covenant Urgent Care

    HealthWise at Five: Covenant Urgent Care

    Monday, September 24 2012 9:52 PM EDT2012-09-25 01:52:16 GMT
    If you have regular office hours, and you put your kids in day care or school while you go to work, you know that kids don't follow the schedule of convenience when they come down with a bad fever or whatever.
    Here to tell us about a big new medical building in Southwest Lubbock is Dr. Jeff Owen, who specializes in Family Medicine.
  • Police officer fulfills childhood dream at South Plains Fair

    Police officer fulfills childhood dream at South Plains Fair

    Monday, September 24 2012 8:09 PM EDT2012-09-25 00:09:25 GMT
    Lubbock Police Officer Fulfills Childhood Dream   There are many moving parts that go on behind the scenes at the South Plains Fair to make peoples' experience fun. One such job is security which is provided
    There are many moving parts that go on behind the scenes at the South Plains Fair to make peoples' experience fun.
  • Researchers at Yale support soda ban

    Researchers at Yale support soda ban

    Monday, September 24 2012 6:37 PM EDT2012-09-24 22:37:59 GMT
    First New Yorkers were miffed, now there is a wave of response across the nation as other cities weigh in on the idea of banning super sized drinks at restaurants. It started when the New York City Health
    There is a wave of response across the nation as other cities weigh in on the idea of banning super sized drinks at restaurants. Now, researchers at Yale are applauding the idea. 
  • Number of minority students taking SAT in Texas on the rise

    Number of minority students taking SAT in Texas on the rise

    Monday, September 24 2012 3:09 PM EDT2012-09-24 19:09:36 GMT
    From Office of Governor Rick Perry: AUSTIN – According to a new report released by the College Board, more Texas Hispanic and African-American public school students are taking the SAT in preparation
    Over the past five years, Texas has experienced a 65% increase in the number of Hispanic test takers and a 42% increase in African-American test takers.
  • Bank employees in Littlefield demanded robber take off mask

    Bank employees in Littlefield demanded robber take off mask

    Monday, September 24 2012 2:27 PM EDT2012-09-24 18:27:30 GMT
    Billy Ray Wood, 18, of Littlefield is charged by the FBI with bank robbery. He was arrested late Friday after being questioned by an FBI agent. No one was injured and after-the-fact the FBI was able
    According to federal court documents filed Monday, a receptionist of First Federal Bank of Littlefield demanded that a suspect remove a mask from his face during a robbery on Friday. As the suspect was leaving court records say, "He was grabbed by a male (later identified as the FFB President) who removed his hat and mask."
  • Execution with Lubbock ties scheduled 4th time

    Execution with Lubbock ties scheduled 4th time

    Monday, September 24 2012 1:04 PM EDT2012-09-24 17:04:40 GMT
    Three times since early last year, a former Army recruiter, Cleve Foster, 48, avoided execution for participating in the slaying of a Fort Worth woman, Mary Pal, 30, a decade ago. The case has ties
    Three times since early last year, a former Army recruiter, Cleve Foster, 48, avoided execution for participating in the slaying of a Fort Worth woman, Mary Pal, 30, a decade ago. The case has ties to Lubbock.
  • Deputy Lubbock Fire Chief to retire after 26 years

    Deputy Lubbock Fire Chief to retire after 26 years

    Monday, September 24 2012 12:25 PM EDT2012-09-24 16:25:45 GMT
    Information provided by the City of Lubbock. Lubbock Deputy Fire Chief Chris Angerer is retiring after 26 years in the department. Angerer was appointed deputy chief in July 2007. His retirement is effective
    Lubbock Deputy Fire Chief Chris Angerer is retiring after 26 years in the department. Angerer was appointed deputy chief in July 2007. His retirement is effective October 19.
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