Severe weather has once again caused major damage to homes and property around Lubbock. Thankfully, no one was injured when a major hail storm pounded parts of south Lubbock County two Sundays ago.
But it is a good reminder of just how unexpected mother nature can be. And as we approach the anniversary of Lubbock's worst storm ever, we hope we won't have to see a day where tornados take lives in our area.
But as we've learned, in this part of the country, it is a distinct possibility.
That's why John Robison and his team kept you informed with continuous coverage for more than four hours when that hail storm hit and tornado warnings were issued last week.
KCBD has invested in the people and the most advanced technology to give you the best, most advanced warnings. And you can count on the fact that they'll be on the air continuously when any kind of weather is threatening lives.
No matter if the storm is affecting all of Lubbock or the smallest community on the South Plains, we will interrupt regular programming when lives are at stake. That's our commitment and my guarantee.
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