February 12, 2013 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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February 12, 2013

                       

Lubbock man arrested for sexting 11-year-old girl

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A Lubbock man is behind bars after admitting he had a sexually explicit relationship through text messages with an 11-year-old girl.

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  • Crime Line to announce increase in rewards

    Crime Line to announce increase in rewards

    Wednesday, February 13 2013 12:38 PM EST2013-02-13 17:38:33 GMT
    As Lubbock continues to grow, so does the number of burglaries. It's one of the city's biggest problems, and authorities want to do something about it. City and county law enforcement officials will hold
    As Lubbock continues to grow, so does the number of burglaries. It's one of the city's biggest problems, and authorities want to do something about it.
  • Reducing salt intake to improve our health

    Reducing salt intake to improve our health

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 9:17 PM EST2013-02-13 02:17:40 GMT
    Doctors say cutting the amount of salt in the American diet could save hundreds of millions of lives. Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, projects that if Americans would just gradually
    Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, projects that if Americans would just gradually reduce salt intake by 40 percent.  That alone could save up to a half million lives in the next 10 years.
  • Another great benefit for mothers to take folic acid

    Another great benefit for mothers to take folic acid

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 8:52 PM EST2013-02-13 01:52:52 GMT
    There's a new reason for women to take folic acid. For some time, doctors have advised women of child bearing age to take folic acid every day because efforts through the March of Dimes have proven that
    There's a new reason for women to take folic acid.  For some time, doctors have advised women of child bearing age to take folic acid every day because it can reduce the risk of serious birth defects.  But now, it appears there's another huge benefit.  
  • Local girl faces rare illness called Alstrom Syndrome

    Local girl faces rare illness called Alstrom Syndrome

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 6:43 PM EST2013-02-12 23:43:24 GMT
    Four-year-old Bryce Johnston is facing gradual blindness, which is the first clue that eventually revealed Alstrom Syndrome. It is the result of such a rare genetic mutation that there have been fewer
    A fundraiser is planned this week to raise money for Alstrom Syndrome International. It's a barbeque with four bands and an auction at 4 Bar K this Saturday at 7:00.  For ticket information, call 786-4903.
  • Frenship ISD bus accident sends 5 kids to hospital

    Frenship ISD bus accident sends 5 kids to hospital

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 6:25 PM EST2013-02-12 23:25:45 GMT
    5 local students are being checked out at a hospital after a school bus accident Tuesday afternoon. Around 3:15 p.m., police say a bus was leaving the bus lane at Westwind Elementary, which is part of
    Five students are being checked out at a hospital after a school bus accident at Westwind Elementary Tuesday afternoon.

     
  • Lubbock lawyer buys bullet signed by Chris Kyle at auction

    Lubbock lawyer buys bullet signed by Chris Kyle at auction

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 6:05 PM EST2013-02-12 23:05:33 GMT
    A bullet signed by record setting sniper Chris Kyle was auctioned at the Heartline Women's Clinic Benefit Dinner and Auction for a combined $24,000 on Sunday, 8 days after his tragic death. Local lawyer
    A bullet signed by record setting sniper Chris Kyle was auctioned at the Heartline Women's Clinic Benefit Dinner and Auction for a combined $24,000 on Sunday, 8 days after his tragic death.
  • Bomb dog retires from Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Office

    Bomb dog retires from Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Office

    Tuesday, February 12 2013 12:32 PM EST2013-02-12 17:32:52 GMT
    After nearly 10 years on the force, Lubbock County's second bomb-sniffing dog has retired. Mickey came to Lubbock with Sergeant Chris Eppler after they both graduated in 2003. In his time on the force,
    After nearly 10 years on the force, Lubbock County's second bomb-sniffing dog has retired. Mickey came to Lubbock with Sergeant Chris Eppler after they both graduated in 2003.
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