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September 26, 2012

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  • Storms cause damage across South Plains

    Storms cause damage across South Plains

    Thursday, September 27 2012 11:09 AM EDT2012-09-27 15:09:37 GMT
    High winds, lightning and hail brought by severe thunderstorms caused damage across the South Plains Wednesday night. The centerfield wall at Lubbock Christian University's Hays Field collapsed during
    High winds, lightning and hail brought by severe thunderstorms caused damage across the South Plains Wednesday night. 
  • Army Sgt. Joshua Taylor, a Hometown Hero

    Army Sgt. Joshua Taylor, a Hometown Hero

    Wednesday, September 26 2012 8:50 PM EDT2012-09-27 00:50:32 GMT
    Army Sgt. Joshua Taylor has served in the military for the past 12 years, having enlisted from Coronado High School. During his time in the Army, he has been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is currently
    Army Sgt. Joshua Taylor has served in the military for the past 12 years, having enlisted from Coronado High School. During his time in the Army, he has been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. He is currently in Germany.
  • Emergency crews respond to deadly accident on Slaton Hwy

    Emergency crews respond to deadly accident on Slaton Hwy

    Wednesday, September 26 2012 8:03 PM EDT2012-09-27 00:03:29 GMT
    DPS, EMS and Slaton Firefighters are on the scene of a deadly crash near the intersection of Highway 84 and F.M. 1585. Officials at the scene are not confirming many details yet. We do know it is
    DPS, EMS and Slaton Firefighters were called to the scene of a deadly crash near the intersection of Highway 84 (Slaton Road) and F.M. 1585 sometime prior to 3 p.m. Wednesday.
  • HealthWise at Five: Dr. Jose Cruz

    HealthWise at Five: Dr. Jose Cruz

    Wednesday, September 26 2012 7:34 PM EDT2012-09-26 23:34:19 GMT
    According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, every four minutes, someone in North America is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Every ten minutes someone dies from blood cancer. It sounds grim, but actually
    September is Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Myeloma Awareness Month.  Our guest is Dr. Jose Cruz, a Hematologist and Oncologist at Covenant.
  • Fair food helps fund New Deal Volunteer Fire Department

    Fair food helps fund New Deal Volunteer Fire Department

    Wednesday, September 26 2012 6:43 PM EDT2012-09-26 22:43:49 GMT
    The New Deal Volunteer Fire Department slaves away in the kitchen at the Panhandle South Plains Fair to help fund their new facility, as well as support a great cause. Fire Chief Randy Teeter, along with
    The New Deal Volunteer Fire Department slaves away in the kitchen at the Panhandle South Plains Fair to help fund their new facility, as well as support a great cause.
  • Red Raider basketball finalizes 2012-13 schedule

    Red Raider basketball finalizes 2012-13 schedule

    Wednesday, September 26 2012 5:22 PM EDT2012-09-26 21:22:47 GMT
    From Texas Tech Athletics: LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech will host a school-record 20 home games during the 2012-13 season, announced school officials on Wednesday. The previous record for most home games
    Texas Tech will host a school-record 20 home games during the 2012-13 season, announced school officials on Wednesday.
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