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November 29, 2012

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  • Consider this..Your feedback on synthetic marijuana ban

    Consider this..Your feedback on synthetic marijuana ban

    Friday, November 30 2012 12:10 PM EST2012-11-30 17:10:25 GMT
    Your response to my endorsement of an emergency ban on synthetic marijuana has been overwhelming and enlightening. Here are some highlights of the feedback: "This...needs to be banned everywhere. It
    Your response to my endorsement of an emergency ban on synthetic marijuana has been overwhelming and enlightening. Here are some highlights of the feedback...
  • 17-year-old father to be charged with injuring 2-month-old baby

    17-year-old father to be charged with injuring 2-month-old baby

    Friday, November 30 2012 12:18 AM EST2012-11-30 05:18:34 GMT
    From Lubbock County Sheriff's Office: On November 28, 2012, Lubbock Sheriff's Deputies responded to 19109 cr 2400 in reference to a 2mo old child, unresponsive and not breathing. Upon arrival deputies
    Jayden Z. Hamilton, 17, is in custody awaiting charges of "injury to a child" after his 2-month-old child was found unresponsive and discovered to have sustained multiple injuries.
  • Food For Thought: 11.29

    Food For Thought: 11.29

    Friday, November 30 2012 12:02 AM EST2012-11-30 05:02:56 GMT
    From Italian spices to the sweet flavors of Hawaii.... there are only two stops on the list this week, and while it may be a short order - it's big on perfection. KCBD NewsChanel 11's Christy Hartin dishes
    From Italian spices to the sweet flavors of Hawaii.... there are only two stops on the list this week, and while it may be a short order - it's big on perfection.
  • Synthetic drug testing: Compounds in 'bath salts' now traceable

    Synthetic drug testing: Compounds in 'bath salts' now traceable

    Thursday, November 29 2012 6:25 PM EST2012-11-29 23:25:06 GMT
    This Summer, KCBD NewsChannel 11 reported about the increasing dangers of synthetic cocaine, commonly known as "bath salts." One of the many problems we reported was that there was no way to detect the
    Laboratories have now developed testing for the synthetic cocaine, commonly known as "bath salts," and local probation offices are utilizing the technology.
  • Tech to provide shuttles for 54th Annual Carol of Lights

    Tech to provide shuttles for 54th Annual Carol of Lights

    Thursday, November 29 2012 6:02 PM EST2012-11-29 23:02:26 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University will host the 54th annual Carol of Lights celebration on Saturday, Dec. 1 at Memorial Circle, the Science Quad and Engineering Key on the Texas Tech University
    Texas Tech University will host the 54th annual Carol of Lights celebration on Saturday, Dec. 1 at Memorial Circle, the Science Quad and Engineering Key.
  • Lubbock Chamber of Commerce recognizes '5-star' businesses

    Lubbock Chamber of Commerce recognizes '5-star' businesses

    Thursday, November 29 2012 5:40 PM EST2012-11-29 22:40:08 GMT
    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce held it's annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon named "Our 5-star Celebration" on Thursday. The event included recognition of the annual award winners, an update from the Imagine
    The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce held it's annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon named "Our 5-star Celebration" on Thursday. The event included recognition of the annual award winners.
  • Convicted murderer Mickey Patterson dies in prison

    Convicted murderer Mickey Patterson dies in prison

    Thursday, November 29 2012 4:05 PM EST2012-11-29 21:05:20 GMT
    According to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, convicted murderer Mickey Patterson died Thursday at the William P. Clements Prison Unit in Potter County. Patterson was convicted in September,
    According to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, convicted murderer Mickey Patterson died Wednesday at the William P. Clements Prison Unit in Potter County.
  • Lubbock first city in U.S. to host exhibit for Pope John Paul II

    Lubbock first city in U.S. to host exhibit for Pope John Paul II

    Thursday, November 29 2012 11:04 AM EST2012-11-29 16:04:48 GMT
    Lubbock is one of three cities in the United States that has been chosen to host an international exhibit. The prestigious exhibit will feature artifacts and memorabilia from one of the most influential
    Lubbock is the first city in the U.S. that has been chosen by the Vatican to host an exhibit honoring one of the world's most influential leaders, Pope John Paul II.
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