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February 4, 2013

                       

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  • Study shows that saying 'I Do' could save your life

    Study shows that saying 'I Do' could save your life

    Monday, February 4 2013 8:02 PM EST2013-02-05 01:02:37 GMT
    Saying 'I Do' could save your life! That's according to a new study that found married people had about 60-percent fewer heart attacks than their unmarried peers, no matter their age. And among those
    Saying 'I Do' could save your life!  That's according to a new study that found married people had about 60-percent fewer heart attacks than their unmarried peers, no matter their age.
  • New guidelines for stroke patients in the hospital

    New guidelines for stroke patients in the hospital

    Monday, February 4 2013 7:59 PM EST2013-02-05 00:59:09 GMT
    Stroke patients should get clot dissolving therapy within an hour of getting to the hospital. That's part of new guidelines from the American Stroke Association. Previous studies have shown these medications
    Stroke patients should get clot dissolving therapy within an hour of getting to the hospital.  That's part of new guidelines from the American Stroke Association.
  • HealthWise at Five: Dr. Jason Bradley

    HealthWise at Five: Dr. Jason Bradley

    This is February, and that means it's heart month, which was designated by the government in 2009. Since one in four deaths in this country is blamed on heart disease, we've invited a cardiologist here
    This is February, and that means it's heart month, which was designated by the government in 2009. Since one in four deaths in this country is blamed on heart disease, we've invited a cardiologist here from Covenant.
  • Iraq War vet accused in shooting on suicide watch

    Iraq War vet accused in shooting on suicide watch

    Former Navy SEAL and expert sniper Chris Kyle was devoted to helping his fellow veterans navigate life after active duty.
    A Texas sheriff says the man charged with killing a former Navy SEAL and his friend was shocked with a stun gun and restrained in his jail cell after becoming aggressive.
  • Gov. Perry radio ad invites California companies to check out Texas

    Gov. Perry radio ad invites California companies to check out Texas

    Monday, February 4 2013 2:42 PM EST2013-02-04 19:42:17 GMT
    Provided by Office of the Governor AUSTIN - Radio listeners across the Golden State are hearing a new pitch this week – Texas Gov. Rick Perry inviting California companies to check out the low taxes,
    Radio listeners across the Golden State are hearing a new pitch this week – Texas Gov. Rick Perry inviting California companies to check out the low taxes, predictable regulations, fair legal system and skilled workforce that have made Texas the best state in the nation to live, work and raise a family.
  • Buckner invites Lubbock community to collect Shoes for Orphan Souls

    Buckner invites Lubbock community to collect Shoes for Orphan Souls

    Monday, February 4 2013 12:33 PM EST2013-02-04 17:33:38 GMT
    Provided by Buckner Buckner International's Shoes for Orphan Souls project invites the Lubbock community to collect new shoes for vulnerable children during the month of February. Businesses, churches,
    Buckner International's Shoes for Orphan Souls project invites the Lubbock community to collect new shoes for vulnerable children during the month of February.
  • Levelland commended for Main Street program

    Levelland commended for Main Street program

    Monday, February 4 2013 11:57 AM EST2013-02-04 16:57:40 GMT
    Provided by City of Levelland Levelland, TX has been commended for successful annual progress as a designated Main Street community. Texas Historical Commission's (THC) Texas Main Street Program (TMSP)
    Levelland, TX has been commended for successful annual progress as a designated Main Street community. Texas Historical Commission's (THC) Texas Main Street Program (TMSP) made the announcement Wednesday, January 30 at the winter gathering of Texas Main Street managers.
  • Hospice of Lubbock to host 24th Annual Mayors' Beans & Cornbread Luncheon

    Hospice of Lubbock to host 24th Annual Mayors' Beans & Cornbread Luncheon

    Monday, February 4 2013 11:34 AM EST2013-02-04 16:34:34 GMT
    Provided by Hospice of Lubbock The 24th Annual Mayors' Beans & Cornbread Luncheon, Hospice of Lubbock's largest fundraiser of the year, will take place on Friday, March 1st at the Lubbock Memorial Civic
    The 24th Annual Mayors' Beans & Cornbread Luncheon, Hospice of Lubbock's largest fundraiser of the year, will take place on Friday, March 1st at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Banquet Hall. The luncheon is hosted from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. by mayors from all over the region.
  • Super Bowl celebrations rake in big bucks for local businesses

    Super Bowl celebrations rake in big bucks for local businesses

    Monday, February 4 2013 10:10 AM EST2013-02-04 15:10:33 GMT
    Zac Moore is the General Manager of Buffalo Wild Wings here in Lubbock. He says there is one word that sums up how to prepare for such a big day like Super Bowl Sunday: Carefully. But he says it takes
    Zac Moore is the General Manager of Buffalo Wild Wings here in Lubbock. He says there is one word that sums up how to prepare for a big day like Super Bowl Sunday: Carefully.
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