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  • Police: Pedestrian hit by vehicle at 19th & Avenue P

    Police: Pedestrian hit by vehicle at 19th & Avenue P

    Saturday, March 23 2013 12:35 PM EDT2013-03-23 16:35:54 GMT
    Police say a pedestrian is in serious condition after being hit by a vehicle Friday night. They say the person was walking at the intersection of 19th & Avenue P around 9:30 p.m. when they were hit. We'll
    Police say a pedestrian is in serious condition after being hit by a vehicle Friday night.
  • Lubbock family named 'Most Honest in America'

    Lubbock family named 'Most Honest in America'

    Friday, March 22 2013 11:29 PM EDT2013-03-23 03:29:23 GMT
    Dietmar and Kay Kennel from Lubbock were vacationing in South Carolina with their two daughters when they stumbled upon a digital camera on the ground near an intersection. Dietmar's first thought? Pictures
    A Lubbock family was named "The Most Honest Family in America" by a national news station that tested cities across the U.S. on their honesty and morals.
  • Red Raiders suffer shutout in series opener at West Virginia

    Red Raiders suffer shutout in series opener at West Virginia

    Friday, March 22 2013 10:55 PM EDT2013-03-23 02:55:58 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech suffered a 2-0 shutout in its series opener at West Virginia on Friday night while Mountaineer left-handed pitcher Harrison Musgrave struck
    Texas Tech suffered a 2-0 shutout in its series opener at West Virginia on Friday night while Mountaineer left-handed pitcher Harrison Musgrave struck out 13 Red Raiders in 6.2 innings during WVU's first-ever Big 12 home game at Appalachian Power Park.
  • No. 18 Tulsa downs Texas Tech, 5-1, in Rebel Classic opener

    No. 18 Tulsa downs Texas Tech, 5-1, in Rebel Classic opener

    Friday, March 22 2013 9:10 PM EDT2013-03-23 01:10:39 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics LAS VEGAS, Nev. – No. 18 Tulsa erased a one-run deficit with a Samantha Cobb two-run double in the third and then added three more runs an inning later to down Texas Tech,
    No. 18 Tulsa erased a one-run deficit with a Samantha Cobb two-run double in the third and then added three more runs an inning later to down Texas Tech, 5-1, Friday afternoon at Eller Media Stadium.
  • Texas Tech opens NCAA tournament Saturday

    Texas Tech opens NCAA tournament Saturday

    Friday, March 22 2013 9:04 PM EDT2013-03-23 01:04:19 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech head coach Kristy Curry has had plenty of time to think about what Saturday means to her and her team, especially the five seniors that will
    Texas Tech head coach Kristy Curry has had plenty of time to think about what Saturday means to her and her team, especially the five seniors that will join her.
  • President's prescription: green tea

    President's prescription: green tea

    Friday, March 22 2013 8:07 PM EDT2013-03-23 00:07:19 GMT
    In the south, we love our sweet tea, but in many cultures tea is consumed at social events, like afternoon tea and even at tea parties. This week Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center President
    In the south, we love our sweet tea, but in many cultures tea is consumed at social events, like afternoon tea and even at tea parties. This week Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center President Dr. Tedd Mitchell tells us green tea could help your bone health.
  • Green thumbers beware: freeze is coming

    Green thumbers beware: freeze is coming

    Friday, March 22 2013 7:04 PM EDT2013-03-22 23:04:17 GMT
    Warmer temperatures recently have definitely given gardener's here on the South Plains a dose of Spring Fever. However, before you get too excited, remember another freeze is on the way. Temperature's
    Recent warm temperature have definitely gardeners on the South Plains a dose of Spring Fever. But before you get too excited, remember another freeze is on the way.
  • Apps for doctors

    Apps for doctors

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:49 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:49:05 GMT
    Doctors are using smart phones for more than calls and emails, so now, the FDA is trying to determine which apps need some control and possible approval from the agency. For example, one app performs
    Doctors are using smart phones for more than calls and emails, so now, the FDA is trying to determine which apps need some control and possible approval from the agency.
  • Allergic to exercise

    Allergic to exercise

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:44 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:44:40 GMT
    You might have heard some people joke that they're allergic to exercise, but a woman in the UK is making headlines because for her, it's true. Kasie Beaver, mother of four, says this allergy has become
    You might have heard some people joke that they're allergic to exercise, but a woman in the UK is making headlines because for her, it's true.
  • Finger restoration

    Finger restoration

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:39 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:39:22 GMT
    49 year old Christopher Schardt nearly lost his finger in a freak accident. That's the bad part, the incredible news that follows is how the movement in that finger was restored. San Francisco surgeon
    49 year old Christopher Schardt nearly lost his finger in a freak accident. That's the bad part, the incredible news that follows is how the movement in that finger was restored.
  • A new transplant option

    A new transplant option

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:32 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:32:04 GMT
    Patients on the lung transplant waiting list may soon receive donor lungs that never took a last breath. Researchers at UCLA are testing a new organ-preservation system that delivers donor lungs while
    Researchers at UCLA are testing a new organ-preservation system that delivers donor lungs while they are still fully functional. So, rather than arriving on ice, the organ is transported in a box, kept warm and pumping from donor to recipient.
  • Keeping your meds away from baby

    Keeping your meds away from baby

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:23 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:23:16 GMT
    A new report reveals small children treated in emergency rooms for swallowing medication usually find it in easily accessible places. E-R visits for accidental poisoning are up 30-percent from a decade
    A new report reveals small children treated in emergency rooms for swallowing medication usually find it in easily accessible places.
  • Babies and salt

    Babies and salt

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:16 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:16:48 GMT
    So what can parents do to protect our kids from the salt trap? Researchers at the centers for disease control and prevention looked at the sodium levels of more than a thousand baby and toddler food products.
    So what can parents do to protect our kids from the salt trap? Researchers at the centers for disease control and prevention looked at the sodium levels of more than a thousand baby and toddler food products.
  • Texas Tech/West Virginia adjust series schedule with Saturday doubleheader

    Texas Tech/West Virginia adjust series schedule with Saturday doubleheader

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:12 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:12:02 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics CHARLESTON, W. Va. - Games two and three of the Texas Tech/West Virginia series in Charleston, W. Va. have been rescheduled for a Saturday, March 23 doubleheader - starting
    Games two and three of the Texas Tech/West Virginia series in Charleston, W. Va. have been rescheduled for a Saturday, March 23 doubleheader - starting at 12 p.m. CT - due to an inclement weather forecast for Sunday.
  • Links to salt

    Links to salt

    Friday, March 22 2013 6:09 PM EDT2013-03-22 22:09:43 GMT
    Harvard researchers have linked excess salt consumption to more than two million deaths worldwide in 2010. The doctors analyzed over 200 studies looking at the sodium intake of adults and its effect
    Harvard researchers have linked excess salt consumption to more than two million deaths worldwide in 2010.
  • Lamesa City Council gives unanimous support to synthetic drug ban

    Lamesa City Council gives unanimous support to synthetic drug ban

    Friday, March 22 2013 4:43 PM EDT2013-03-22 20:43:36 GMT
    Another city on the South Plains is close to banning the sale and distribution of synthetic drugs. The Lamesa City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, in its first of two votes to take the products
    Another city on the South Plains is close to banning the sale and distribution of synthetic drugs.
  • City of Lubbock holding vaccination clinics

    City of Lubbock holding vaccination clinics

    Friday, March 22 2013 4:10 PM EDT2013-03-22 20:10:51 GMT
    Provided by City of Lubbock The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of March 25, 2013: 3/25/2013 Mahon
    The City of Lubbock Health Department will hold vaccination clinics for both adults and children at the following locations during the week of March 25, 2013:
  • Former Lubbock resident sentenced to 10 years for child pornography

    Former Lubbock resident sentenced to 10 years for child pornography

    Friday, March 22 2013 3:02 PM EDT2013-03-22 19:02:36 GMT
    Provided by United States Attorney Sarah R. Saldana Miles Robert Flinn, 26, formerly of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 10 years in federal prison and a
    According to the factual resume filed in the case, while living in Lubbock, Flinn used a file-sharing program on his computer in his residence to download images and videos from the Internet, including child pornography.
  • UPDATE: Autumn Ridge asks unhappy tenant to surrender deposit

    UPDATE: Autumn Ridge asks unhappy tenant to surrender deposit

    Friday, March 22 2013 11:54 AM EDT2013-03-22 15:54:22 GMT
    The landlord at the Autumn Ridge Apartments has decided to respond to KCBD's questions one day after the initial story aired. Diana Lopez contacted us after she says the complex on 82nd and Avenue U was
    The landlord at the Autumn Ridge Apartments has decided to respond to KCBD's questions one day after the initial story aired. She has offered to release the tenant if she surrenders her deposit.
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