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November 16, 2012

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  • Wife of veteran killed in train wreck airlifted to Lubbock hospital

    Wife of veteran killed in train wreck airlifted to Lubbock hospital

    Tuesday, November 20 2012 11:18 AM EST2012-11-20 16:18:18 GMT
    The victim involved in yesterday's tragic train wreck in Midland and who was airlifted to Lubbock last night is Tiffanie Lubbers. She is in serious condition at the University Medical Center. She is
    Tiffanie Lubbers, one of the victims injured in Thursday's tragic train wreck in Midland, was airlifted to Lubbock Thursday night.  As of Saturday, she was in satisfactory condition at University Medical Center.
  • Midland Train Crash: A celebration that turned tragic

    Midland Train Crash: A celebration that turned tragic

    Saturday, November 17 2012 5:20 PM EST2012-11-17 22:20:51 GMT
    For the city of Midland, shock is starting to wear off and devastation is settling in. It was supposed to be a celebration to thank American heroes. People were waving flags and cheering on the veterans
    Anyone wishing to donate to those injured and to the families of those who lost their lives can send donations to Show of Support c/o Western National Bank, 509 W. Wall St., Midland, TX 79701.
  • Veteran gives his life to save his wife

    Veteran gives his life to save his wife

    Friday, November 16 2012 11:44 PM EST2012-11-17 04:44:47 GMT
    Family and friends of Army Sergeant Joshua Michael are describing him as a shining example of heroism after he sacrificed his life to save his wife before a train hit their parade float in Midland, Texas. Joshua
    Family and friends of Sergeant Joshua Michael are describing him as the shining example of an American hero after he sacrificed his life to save his wife before a train hit their parade float in Midland.
  • 33 children adopted in group ceremony Friday

    33 children adopted in group ceremony Friday

    Friday, November 16 2012 8:44 PM EST2012-11-17 01:44:27 GMT
    Thirty Three children in the South Plains found new homes this afternoon. They were adopted at the Lubbock County Courthouse in front of a packed courtroom of families and relatives there for support.
    Thirty-three children on the South Plains found new homes Friday afternoon. They were adopted at the Lubbock County Courthouse in front of a packed courtroom of family and friends.
  • Suspect in 1994 murder now behind bars in Lubbock

    Suspect in 1994 murder now behind bars in Lubbock

    Friday, November 16 2012 6:23 PM EST2012-11-16 23:23:15 GMT
    The murder suspect in a 1994 slaying that was unsolved for more than a decade is now behind bars in Lubbock. In 2010, DNA evidence linked Kerry Don Williams, 37, of Levelland to the brutal murder of 44-year-old
    The murder suspect in a 1994 slaying that was unsolved for more than a decade is now behind bars in Lubbock.
  • Police confirm identities of 4 victims killed in Midland train wreck

    Police confirm identities of 4 victims killed in Midland train wreck

    Friday, November 16 2012 5:04 PM EST2012-11-16 22:04:51 GMT
    From City of Midland: MIDLAND TX 11/16/2012 - Midland Police have confirmed the identity of the four fatality victims in last night's train accident. 37 year old Army SGM Gary Stouffer and 47 year old
    Midland Police have confirmed the identity of the four fatality victims in last night's train accident.
  • Consider This...No drug test, no handout

    Consider This...No drug test, no handout

    Friday, November 16 2012 7:00 AM EST2012-11-16 12:00:22 GMT
    Governor Perry is pushing a bill that would require welfare and unemployment applicants to take a drug test before getting any money.   Proponents obviously say it could save lots of tax dollars and reduce
    Governor Perry is pushing a bill that would require welfare and unemployment applicants to take a drug test before getting any money. I for one am all for it. No drug test, no benefits.
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