January 20, 2013 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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January 20, 2013

                       

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  • New York Jets coach Rex Ryan visits Texas Tech

    New York Jets coach Rex Ryan visits Texas Tech

    Sunday, January 20 2013 11:31 PM EST2013-01-21 04:31:27 GMT
    The Head Coach of the New York Jets was in town over the weekend to visit Texas Tech and his former linebacker coach, Mike Smith. "My son is looking at different colleges to go to, so we came down for
    The Head Coach of the New York Jets was in town over the weekend to visit Texas Tech and his former linebacker coach, Mike Smith.
  • 2 families displaced by early morning fire on 15th Street

    2 families displaced by early morning fire on 15th Street

    Sunday, January 20 2013 10:50 PM EST2013-01-21 03:50:36 GMT
    A fire at 2:15 this morning in the 1500 block of East 15th street left two families, ten people total, displaced after their home was destroyed. American Red Cross Volunteer Bill Curnow told us they
    A Sunday morning fire in the 1500 block of East 15th street has left two families, ten people total, displaced after their home was destroyed.
  • KCBD SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT: From Lubbock to Haiti, Day 6

    KCBD SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT: From Lubbock to Haiti, Day 6

    Sunday, January 20 2013 10:33 PM EST2013-01-21 03:33:56 GMT
    Our last day in Haiti was an incredible one. This week has certainly flown by and I know when we leave early tomorrow morning, part of my heart will be left behind. We started off the day with a church
    Our last day in Haiti was an incredible one. This week has certainly flown by and I know when we leave early tomorrow morning, part of my heart will be left behind.
  • City offices closed Monday

    City offices closed Monday

    Sunday, January 20 2013 8:17 PM EST2013-01-21 01:17:32 GMT
    City offices in Lubbock will be closed Monday in honor of the Martin Luther King holiday. Trash collection is canceled for Monday as well. City offices and trash collection will resume normal hours on
    City offices in Lubbock will be closed Monday in honor of the Martin Luther King holiday.
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