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September 27, 2012

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  • Tree trimmers cleaning up after the storm

    Tree trimmers cleaning up after the storm

    Friday, September 28 2012 12:57 PM EDT2012-09-28 16:57:04 GMT
    Lubbock Cleaning up after the Storm Many people on the North-West side of Lubbock woke up to tree limbs in their front yard, or in some cases whole trees that had been uprooted after last night's storm.
    Many people in Lubbock woke up to tree limbs in their front yards Thursday, and tree trimmers are now working overtime to clean up the mess.
  • Protect yourself by getting a flu shot this fall

    Protect yourself by getting a flu shot this fall

    Thursday, September 27 2012 8:19 PM EDT2012-09-28 00:19:53 GMT
    The South Plains Fair doesn't just signal the coming of fall, but also that it's time to protect against the flu. Right on cue, both the shots and flu-mist nasal spray are being delivered now to doctors'
    It's time to protect against the flu.  Right on cue, both the shots and flu-mist nasal spray are being delivered now to doctors' offices and pharmacy clinics across the country.
  • Studies show stems cells can possibly treat and prevent Alzheimer's

    Studies show stems cells can possibly treat and prevent Alzheimer's

    Thursday, September 27 2012 8:09 PM EDT2012-09-28 00:09:35 GMT
    There is exciting news in the fight against Alzheimer's. Researchers in South Korea say their studies show that stem cells may someday be able to help prevent or treat the disease. Researchers there
    There is exciting news in the fight against Alzheimer's.  Researchers in South Korea say their studies show that stem cells may someday be able to help prevent or treat the disease.
  • A reminder to avoid touching animals at the fair

    A reminder to avoid touching animals at the fair

    Thursday, September 27 2012 8:00 PM EDT2012-09-28 00:00:57 GMT
    For many families, one of the most fun things about the South Plains Fair is the chance to see and touch farm animals. Not to mention all the kids who have been grooming pigs and lambs and other animals
    Dr. Cook says some people should avoid touching any animals at the fair since animals can have bugs, bacteria, and other parasites
  • Reynaldo Rey found guilty of capital murder

    Reynaldo Rey found guilty of capital murder

    Thursday, September 27 2012 7:48 PM EDT2012-09-27 23:48:34 GMT
    County prosecutors ended their presentation in the Minnie Elkins murder trial Thursday morning with DNA evidence placing Reynaldo Aguirre Rey at the murder scene. The jury went into deliberations at 3:30
    Reynaldo Rey was found guilty of capital murder Thursday and sentenced to life in prison. Rey, 48, was charged with the 1989 murder of Minnie Elkins, a 93-year-old Lubbock woman.
  • HealthWise at Five: Medication Cleanout this Saturday

    HealthWise at Five: Medication Cleanout this Saturday

    Thursday, September 27 2012 7:45 PM EDT2012-09-27 23:45:26 GMT
    Fall is quickly approaching and many may be visiting local pharmacies to equip themselves with common cold treatments. But what about medications that are left over from last year? Are they still effective?
    The Texas Panhandle Poison Center of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's (TTUHSC) School of Pharmacy will host a Lubbock Medication Cleanout™ from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Texas Tech Physicians Medical Pavilion, 3601 Fourth St.
  • Three area educators tapped for new teaching award

    Three area educators tapped for new teaching award

    Thursday, September 27 2012 6:37 PM EDT2012-09-27 22:37:59 GMT
    Three South Plains educators were chosen as the Teachers On The Rise winners Thursday. Kindergarten teacher Aaron Rogers from Hardwick Elementary, Plains Middle School teacher Kelly Baum and At-Risk Counselor
    Three educators -  Aaron Rogers from Hardwick Elementary, Plains Middle School teacher Kelly Baum and Jeremy Cortez of Estacado High School - were chosen as the Teachers On The Rise winners Thursday.

     
  • Coronado volleyball off to fast start

    Coronado volleyball off to fast start

    Thursday, September 27 2012 6:23 PM EDT2012-09-27 22:23:08 GMT
    The #6 ranked Coronado Mustangs are off to a fast start in District 2-5A. The Mustangs are 8-0 in district and have not dropped a set during that time. "They just don't ever give up. I know every match
    The #6 ranked Coronado Mustangs are 8-0 in district and have not dropped a set during that time.
  • Wet weather disrupts Lubbock Music Fest schedule

    Wet weather disrupts Lubbock Music Fest schedule

    Thursday, September 27 2012 4:07 PM EDT2012-09-27 20:07:40 GMT
    From City of Lubbock: Due to potential inclement weather The Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board has decided to move the West Texas Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony to an indoor location. The ceremony will begin
    Due to potential inclement weather The Civic Lubbock, Inc. Board has decided to move the West Texas Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony to an indoor location.
  • More rain in forecast for Thursday, Friday

    More rain in forecast for Thursday, Friday

    Thursday, September 27 2012 11:01 AM EDT2012-09-27 15:01:33 GMT
    Quite a change in local weather compared to 24 or so hours ago. Scattered thunderstorms and rain showers are likely, especially late today into Friday. While the risk of severe weather will remain low,
    Scattered thunderstorms and rain showers are likely, especially late today into Friday. While the risk of severe weather will remain low, additional locally moderate to heavy rainfall is likely.
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