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  • Water service restored in Levelland

    Water service restored in Levelland

    Sunday, October 21 2012 6:25 AM EDT2012-10-21 10:25:02 GMT
    If you live in Levelland, you may want to pick up some bottled water today. Residents are being asked to cut back on water usage Friday. A contractor yesterday damaged the aqueduct between Lubbock and
    A contractor damaged the aqueduct between Lubbock and Levelland on Thursday, disrupting water service and forcing the city to issue a boil water notice.
  • Depot District brewhouse takes to Facebook to catch a thief

    Depot District brewhouse takes to Facebook to catch a thief

    Friday, October 19 2012 11:38 PM EDT2012-10-20 03:38:20 GMT
    Triple J Chophouse and Brew Co. is using social media to try and catch a man they say, stole a tip jar. Manger Justin Zimmerman says the man came in around 9:50 Tuesday night. Two surveillance camera's
    Triple J Chophouse and Brew Co. is using social media to try and catch a man they say, stole a tip jar. Two surveillance cameras in the bar area captured the man grabbing the tip jar from behind the bar.
  • Tech game big for team and community

    Tech game big for team and community

    Friday, October 19 2012 6:52 PM EDT2012-10-19 22:52:06 GMT
    The Texas Tech football team travels to Fort Worth this weekend to take on the 23rd ranked TCU horned frogs and Tech is hoping to change its recent history. The Red Raiders haven't won in Fort Worth since
    The Texas Tech football team travels to Fort Worth this weekend to take on the 23rd ranked TCU Horned Frogs and Tech is hoping to change its recent history.
  • Lubbock woman sentenced to 46 months for Medicare fraud

    Lubbock woman sentenced to 46 months for Medicare fraud

    Friday, October 19 2012 5:59 PM EDT2012-10-19 21:59:43 GMT
    From United States Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña: LUBBOCK, Texas — Licensed Professional Counselor Margie E. Hollingsworth, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to
    Licensed Professional Counselor Margie E. Hollingsworth was sentenced Friday to 46 months in federal prison, following her guilty plea to one count of making a false statement in a health care matter.
  • Lubbock man sentenced to 10 years for child porn

    Lubbock man sentenced to 10 years for child porn

    Friday, October 19 2012 5:40 PM EDT2012-10-19 21:40:26 GMT
    From United States Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña: LUBBOCK, Texas — Tony Alvarez, 19, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced this morning by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 10 years in federal prison, the
    Tony Alvarez, 19, of Lubbock, was sentenced Friday to 10 years in federal prison following his guilty plea to one count of possessing child pornography.
  • Lubbock business offers free oil change to single moms, widows

    Lubbock business offers free oil change to single moms, widows

    Friday, October 19 2012 5:29 PM EDT2012-10-19 21:29:58 GMT
    Christian Brothers Automotive will give out free oil changes to single moms and widows from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday.  Chicken sandwiches donated by Chick-fil-A will also be given away during the event. Christian
    Christian Brothers Automotive will give out free oil changes to single moms and widows from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Saturday.
  • Lubbock teacher named Texas Teacher of the Year

    Lubbock teacher named Texas Teacher of the Year

    Friday, October 19 2012 4:57 PM EDT2012-10-19 20:57:05 GMT
    Jeremy Wagner, an eighth-­grade math and science teacher at Heritage Middle School in Frenship ISD, was named the 2013 Secondary Teacher of the Year. Wagner will also represent the state in the National
    Jeremy Wagner, an eighth-­grade math and science teacher at Heritage Middle School in Frenship ISD, was named the 2013 Secondary Teacher of the Year.
  • Toddler chair recalled due to choking risk

    Toddler chair recalled due to choking risk

    Friday, October 19 2012 4:55 PM EDT2012-10-19 20:55:39 GMT
    Nearly 17,000 toddler chairs are being recalled  because of staples that pose a choking hazard. The upholstered chairs are made by Trend Lab and come in a variety of fabrics and colors. They were sold
    Nearly 17,000 toddler chairs made by Trend Lab are being recalled because of staples that pose a choking hazard. They were sold online and in stores from November 2007 to August 2012.
  • Autopsy of Lockney murder victim released

    Autopsy of Lockney murder victim released

    Friday, October 19 2012 11:43 AM EDT2012-10-19 15:43:29 GMT
    An autopsy conducted on 25-year old Lockney murder victim Kechi Marie Diaz determined that she died of blunt force injuries to the head, according to Floyd County Justice of the Peace Kelly Dunbar. She
    An autopsy conducted on 25-year old Lockney murder victim Kechi Marie Diaz determined that she died of blunt force injuries to the head, according to Floyd County Justice of the Peace Kelly Dunbar.
  • Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman to give public speech in Lubbock

    Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman to give public speech in Lubbock

    Friday, October 19 2012 11:13 AM EDT2012-10-19 15:13:36 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: Lubbock, TX - The Department of Economics at Texas Tech University and Worth Publishers invite you to a public speech presented by Prof. Paul Krugman, winner of the 2008 Nobel
    Prof. Paul Krugman, winner of the 2008 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, will give a public speech on Thursday, October 25th at 5 p.m. at Texas Tech.
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