January 18, 2013 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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  • Lubbock man charged with intoxicated assault for school bus crash

    Lubbock man charged with intoxicated assault for school bus crash

    Wednesday, June 19 2013 4:19 PM EDT2013-06-19 20:19:41 GMT
    A man who ran his car into a parked school bus at Lubbock High School earlier this year, seriously injuring his passenger, was indicted Tuesday. 24-year-old Brian Mogaka is charged with intoxicated assault. The
    A man who ran his car into a parked school bus at Lubbock High School earlier this year, seriously injuring his passenger, was indicted Tuesday.
  • Victims treated, released after Friday night freeway accident

    Victims treated, released after Friday night freeway accident

    Sunday, January 20 2013 11:06 AM EST2013-01-20 16:06:31 GMT
    Lubbock Police and EMS are on the scene of an accident on the Marsha Sharp Freeway at the Quaker overpass. Crews have shut down the onramp from Slide on to Marsha Sharp. Eastbound traffic on the freeway
    Two people were treated and released after an accident that occurred just before 7 p.m. Friday on the Marsha Sharp Freeway at Quaker Avenue. UMC representatives tell us they were not seriously injured.
  • Lamesa High School athletic trainer suspended

    Lamesa High School athletic trainer suspended

    Saturday, January 19 2013 12:31 AM EST2013-01-19 05:31:32 GMT
    If you have ever played football before, you would know things can get pretty heated out on the field. In this particular instance, it ended with one Lamesa High School athletic trainer on paid administrative
    If you've ever played football before, you know things can get pretty heated out on the field.
  • KCBD SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT: From Lubbock to Haiti, Day 4

    KCBD SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT: From Lubbock to Haiti, Day 4

    Friday, January 18 2013 9:08 PM EST2013-01-19 02:08:09 GMT
    Today's events may be hard for me to explain because on paper. It may not seem like much, but to the children here, it meant the world. From the moment we got to the orphanage this morning, till the
    Today's events may be hard for me to explain because on paper. It may not seem like much, but to the children here, it meant the world.
  • King of Country begins farewell tour in Lubbock

    King of Country begins farewell tour in Lubbock

    Friday, January 18 2013 8:35 PM EST2013-01-19 01:35:52 GMT
    George Strait kicks off his farewell tour tonight with his 16th concert in Lubbock. A crowd of over 15,000 is expected and all of them are excited to see The King of Country one last time. "I think there
    George Strait kicked off his farewell tour Friday night with his 16th concert in Lubbock. A crowd of over 15,000 was expected - all of them excited to see The King of Country one last time.

  • Cleaning for a Reason helps fight cancer

    Cleaning for a Reason helps fight cancer

    Friday, January 18 2013 7:27 PM EST2013-01-19 00:27:21 GMT
    Most of us dread house work, but imagine if you're fighting cancer. Keeping a clean house may be next to impossible, and that's why a non-profit cleaning service is gaining popularity and appreciation. Heather
    Keeping a clean house may be next to impossible, and that's why a non-profit cleaning service is gaining popularity and appreciation.
  • A new reason to be concerned about obesity

    A new reason to be concerned about obesity

    Friday, January 18 2013 7:17 PM EST2013-01-19 00:17:29 GMT
    There's a new concern about obesity. Obese drivers are much more likely to die in car crashes than normal weight people. The study is published in the current Emergency Medicine journal. It's based on
    There's a new concern about obesity. Obese drivers are much more likely to die in car crashes than normal weight people.
  • Ex-Navy man sentenced to more than 10 years on child pornography conviction

    Ex-Navy man sentenced to more than 10 years on child pornography conviction

    Friday, January 18 2013 4:35 PM EST2013-01-18 21:35:45 GMT
    From U.S. Department of Justice LUBBOCK, Texas - Derrick M. Mendez, 22, who pleaded guilty in October 2012 to one count of receiving child pornography, was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Sam
    Derrick M. Mendez, 22, who pleaded guilty in October 2012 to one count of receiving child pornography, was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 121 months in federal prison, to be followed by a 10-year term of supervised release.
  • Kingsbury names Red Raider coaching staff

    Kingsbury names Red Raider coaching staff

    Friday, January 18 2013 4:32 PM EST2013-01-18 21:32:40 GMT
    New Red Raider Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury formally announced his coaching staff Friday. Among the 10 assistant coaches are 5 former Red Raiders: Sonny Cumbie - Co-Offensive Coordinator, outside receivers Eric
    New Red Raider Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury formally announced his coaching staff Friday. Among the 10 assistant coaches are 5 former Red Raiders.
  • Texas Tech baseball recruiting class ranked 24th by Perfect Game

    Texas Tech baseball recruiting class ranked 24th by Perfect Game

    Friday, January 18 2013 1:57 PM EST2013-01-18 18:57:04 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics LUBBOCK, Texas - For the first time in over a decade, the Texas Tech baseball recruiting class has received a top-25 ranking as Perfect Game tabbed the Red Raiders 2013-2014
    For the first time in over a decade, the Texas Tech baseball recruiting class has received a top-25 ranking as Perfect Game tabbed the Red Raiders 2013-2014 recruits as the 24th best recruiting class in the country.
  • Texas Tech purchases new horse for Masked Rider

    Texas Tech purchases new horse for Masked Rider

    Friday, January 18 2013 1:16 PM EST2013-01-18 18:16:26 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: Wanted: Strong and sturdy with mild temperament, willing and proud demeanor. Not easily flustered or distracted. Ability to move quickly while carrying substantial loads. Ability
    Texas Tech has completed purchase of Hollywood at Dusk or "Woody" as he is nicknamed, from a ranch in Tulia. He was the horse ridden by Masked Rider Ashley Wenzel at the Meineke Car Care Bowl Dec. 28.
  • 2 men arrested for home burglary, third suspect at large

    2 men arrested for home burglary, third suspect at large

    Friday, January 18 2013 11:51 AM EST2013-01-18 16:51:33 GMT
    Officers responded to a burglary in progress at 4800 block of 40th street Thursday night. As officers arrived, 3 suspects fled the scene.  Police say James Lee Johnson, 48, was caught after a short foot
    Officers responded to a burglary in progress at 4800 block of 40th street Thursday night. As officers arrived, 3 suspects fled the scene.
  • 15,000 fans expected at George Strait concert

    15,000 fans expected at George Strait concert

    Friday, January 18 2013 11:30 AM EST2013-01-18 16:30:54 GMT
    From United Spirit Arena: Country music icon George Strait will be kicking off his final tour Friday, January 18 in Lubbock, performing in concert at United Spirit Arena as part of "The Cowboy Rides Away
    Over 15,000 fans will be in attendance at United Spirit Arena for Friday's George Strait concert. Fans are advised to arrive early to avoid last-minute traffic congestion and lines at the door.
  • Fire crews called out to X-Fab plant

    Fire crews called out to X-Fab plant

    Friday, January 18 2013 11:20 AM EST2013-01-18 16:20:50 GMT
    Investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at a business in north Lubbock overnight. Several fire engines responded to the XFAB plant at 2301 North University just before 11:30 p.m. Thursday. While
    Several fire engines responded to reports of smoke at the X-Fab plant at 2301 North University just before 11:30 p.m. Thursday.
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