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October 31, 2012

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  • Mule lawsuit headed to federal court

    Mule lawsuit headed to federal court

    Thursday, November 1 2012 11:39 AM EDT2012-11-01 15:39:59 GMT
    A South Texas atheist has cited religious concerns for dropping his lawsuit against a Lubbock museum for buying two old mules and euthanizing them for a farm display. Back on October 2nd Patrick Greene
    A South Texas atheist has cited religious concerns as his reason for dropping a lawsuit against a Lubbock museum. He says he does not believe Judge Reyes could be impartial because he is a Christian.
  • Lubbock native waits out Hurricane Sandy

    Lubbock native waits out Hurricane Sandy

    Thursday, November 1 2012 12:01 AM EDT2012-11-01 04:01:48 GMT
    As emergency crews continue to evaluate the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy the death toll rises to more than 70 people nationwide. Lubbock native Rohit Mittal is a currently a New York University student,
    As emergency crews continue to evaluate the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy the death toll rises to more than 70 people nationwide. Lubbock native Rohit Mittal is a currently a New York University student, and he saw firsthand the devastation and destruction left by the violent storm.
  • Marine Corporal Joe Shuttlesworth, a Hometown Hero

    Marine Corporal Joe Shuttlesworth, a Hometown Hero

    Thursday, November 1 2012 12:01 AM EDT2012-11-01 04:01:11 GMT
    87 year old Joe Shuttlesworth looks at the uniform he wore almost 70 years ago. Back then, Shuttlesworth was ready to join the service even before he was allowed. "They wouldn't accept me unless my parents
    87 year old Joe Shuttlesworth looks at the uniform he wore almost 70 years ago. Back then, Shuttlesworth was ready to join the service even before he was allowed.
  • Guy Bailey resigns as President of the University of Alabama

    Guy Bailey resigns as President of the University of Alabama

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 4:27 PM EDT2012-10-31 20:27:05 GMT
    From University of Alabama President Guy Bailey: Former Texas Tech President Guy Bailey has resigned from his job as President of the University of Alabama. Bailey was appointed president of The University
    Former Texas Tech President Guy Bailey has resigned from his job as President of the University of Alabama.
  • Shoppers racing to pick up last minute Halloween items

    Shoppers racing to pick up last minute Halloween items

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 4:02 PM EDT2012-10-31 20:02:12 GMT
    Celebrations are only hours away for most people in Lubbock. Once the sun goes down, costumes will be put on and parties or trick ‘or' treating will begin with kids. A distinct group of Lubbock however
    Many in Lubbock are still rushing to the store for last minute Halloween costumes, and Lubbock Spirit Halloween Superstore's owner Grant Gassaway says business this year has been booming.
  • Texas Tech to assist Department of Defense in Vietnam War commemoration

    Texas Tech to assist Department of Defense in Vietnam War commemoration

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 2:29 PM EDT2012-10-31 18:29:40 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: When American Veterans returned home from the battlefields of World War II and the Korean War, they receive a hero's welcome from a grateful nation. The same cannot be said
    The United States Department of Defense has chosen Texas Tech University to be the first university commemorative partner in the effort to honor Vietnam veterans.
  • Gov. Perry: Texas stands ready to implement state Women's Health Program

    Gov. Perry: Texas stands ready to implement state Women's Health Program

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 12:29 PM EDT2012-10-31 16:29:54 GMT
    From Office of the Governor: GEORGETOWN – Gov. Rick Perry and Texas Health and Human Services Executive Commissioner (HHSC) Kyle Janek, M.D. today announced that the state-funded Texas Women's Health Program
    Gov. Rick Perry today announced that the state-funded Texas Women's Health Program is ready to begin providing preventative health screenings and services to thousands of low-income Texas women.
  • Spooky Science Carnival returns to Science Spectrum

    Spooky Science Carnival returns to Science Spectrum

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 11:46 AM EDT2012-10-31 15:46:22 GMT
    From Science Spectrum: One of Lubbock's largest annual Halloween events, the Spooky Science Carnival at the Science Spectrum, is back again for another exciting year of "spooky, not scary", safe family
    One of Lubbock's largest annual Halloween events, the Spooky Science Carnival at the Science Spectrum, is back again for another exciting year of "spooky, not scary", safe family fun!
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