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  • Six-man football's new rushing king

    Six-man football's new rushing king

    Friday, October 12 2012 11:53 AM EDT2012-10-12 15:53:58 GMT
    Ira running back Lance Morris made history Friday night in the Bulldogs 56-6 victory over Paducha. By rushing for 252 yards, Morris passed Peter Saliaz on the all-time six-man football career rushing yardage
    By rushing for 252 yards, Ira running back Lance Morris passed Peter Saliaz on the all-time six-man football career rushing yardage list with 10,476. Next stop: the 11-man record.
  • The dangers of not properly disposing medication

    The dangers of not properly disposing medication

    Thursday, October 11 2012 7:20 PM EDT2012-10-11 23:20:22 GMT
    Many cases of prescription drug overdose are because unwanted medications are improperly stored at home. Disposing of unwanted and unused prescriptions could end up saving a life. However, it can be
    Disposing of unwanted and unused prescriptions could end up saving a life.  However, it can be dangerous to flush them or just throw them in the garbage.
  • Showdown over spending set between mayor and city council

    Showdown over spending set between mayor and city council

    Thursday, October 11 2012 7:17 PM EDT2012-10-11 23:17:32 GMT
    Lubbock City Council meets tonight at 6:15pm and one of the main topics will be a $200,000 dollar budget amendment that Mayor Glen Robertson does not like. "I want to see a minimum of 90 days after the
    Lubbock City Council meets tonight at 6:15 p.m. and one of the main topics will be a $200,000 budget amendment that Mayor Glen Robertson does not like.
  • New hope in the fight against cervical cancer

    New hope in the fight against cervical cancer

    Thursday, October 11 2012 7:08 PM EDT2012-10-11 23:08:24 GMT
    There is new hope in the fight against cervical cancer. Preliminary research shows a new vaccine may be able to kill cancerous cells in the cervix. This is different from gardasil, which is the vaccine
    Preliminary research shows a new vaccine may be able to kill cancerous cells in the cervix.
  • Meningitis outbreak appears to be more widespread

    Meningitis outbreak appears to be more widespread

    Thursday, October 11 2012 7:02 PM EDT2012-10-11 23:02:38 GMT
    A member of the Senate has asked the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into the meningitis outbreak, which appears to be more widespread than officials first believed. Today, the CDC
    A member of the Senate has asked the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into the meningitis outbreak, which appears to be more widespread than officials first believed.
  • HealthWise at Five: Can sanitizers be more harmful than helpful?

    HealthWise at Five: Can sanitizers be more harmful than helpful?

    Thursday, October 11 2012 6:51 PM EDT2012-10-11 22:51:38 GMT
    Health officials are always telling us that the secret to preventing illness is frequent hand-washing. But now that we're trained and teaching our kids about the importance of clean hands, we hear that
    We've brought Dr. Ron Cook from the Department of Family Medicine at Texas Tech into the studio today to explain how clean is clean enough but not too clean.
  • Gov. Perry encourages Texas employers to hire more veterans

    Gov. Perry encourages Texas employers to hire more veterans

    Thursday, October 11 2012 5:00 PM EDT2012-10-11 21:00:34 GMT
    From Office of the Governor: EL PASO – Gov. Rick Perry is encouraging Texas employers to tap into the knowledge and skills veterans bring back from service through the Texas Workforce Commission's (TWC)
    The Texas Workforce Commission is partnering with the Texas Veterans Commission to host veterans' job fairs on November 15. Lubbock's veterans' job fair will be held at Holiday Inn Park Plaza, 3201 S Loop 289, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Man shot during mugging in central Lubbock

    Man shot during mugging in central Lubbock

    Thursday, October 11 2012 12:54 PM EDT2012-10-11 16:54:45 GMT
    Police are investigating overnight shooting in southwest Lubbock. Just after 10 p.m. Wednesday, police say Daniel Weatherford, 22, was approached by several black males in the 3700 block of 41st street. Police
    Police are investigating overnight shooting in central Lubbock. Just after 10 p.m. Wednesday, police say a man was beaten, robbed and shot in the 3700 block of 41st street.
  • Overnight road work begins at 82nd St, Frankford Ave.

    Overnight road work begins at 82nd St, Frankford Ave.

    Thursday, October 11 2012 11:40 AM EDT2012-10-11 15:40:37 GMT
    From City of Lubbock: Beginning Thursday evening October 11, Ballou Pavement Solutions, under contract with the City of Lubbock, will begin applying two courses of Micro-Surfacing on major thoroughfares.  The
    Beginning Thursday evening, roadwork is scheduled for 82nd Street from Frankford to Milwaukee and on Frankford from Spur 327 to 82nd Street. This work will take  two weeks to complete.

     
  • Maj. G.E. Doug Douglass, a Hometown Hero

    Maj. G.E. Doug Douglass, a Hometown Hero

    Thursday, October 11 2012 11:02 AM EDT2012-10-11 15:02:50 GMT
    92-year old G.E. Doug Douglass will always be remembered as the life of the party. However, not many things were more important to Douglass than his country. Mike Howell lived next to Douglass for 42 years. "He'll
    92-year old G.E. Doug Douglass will always be remembered as the life of the party. However, not many things were more important to Douglass than his country. 
  • West Nile threat persists despite first freeze

    West Nile threat persists despite first freeze

    Thursday, October 11 2012 10:57 AM EDT2012-10-11 14:57:45 GMT
    Lubbock experienced its first freeze earlier than expected this year and that's bad news for local mosquito populations. "There's no warmth anymore to support the mosquitoes," said Texas Tech Health and
    Lubbock experienced its first freeze earlier than expected this year, and that's bad news for local mosquito populations.  But we're not out of the woods yet, says Vector Control.
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