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April 4, 2013

                       

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  • Stolen guitar found after 28 years

    Stolen guitar found after 28 years

    Monday, April 8 2013 4:01 PM EDT2013-04-08 20:01:33 GMT
    Leroy Henry bought his brand new Dean Bel Air guitar at Billy's Band-Aid on Ave. Q in 1983 for $1,000.00 with the help of his dad. Although the store is now closed, Leroy planned to have the guitar forever,
    For over two decades, Henry wondered if he would ever see his guitar again until after passing on the story of his lost guitar to a guitar salesman, he was reunited with his beloved instrument.
  • Father and toddler dead after Ransom Canyon rollover

    Father and toddler dead after Ransom Canyon rollover

    Friday, April 5 2013 3:34 PM EDT2013-04-05 19:34:17 GMT
    A FATHER AND HIS 20-M0NTH-OLD BABY ARE IN THE HOSPITAL WITH LIFE THREATENING INJURIES TONIGHT...      WHILE THE MOTHER IS IN SERIOUS CONDITION.      THIS AFTER THE 19-YEAR-OLD DAD ROLLED THEIR S-U-V
    A young father and child are dead after a rollover in the Ransom Canyon area Thursday.
  • iPads help moms and newborns bond

    iPads help moms and newborns bond

    Friday, April 5 2013 12:55 AM EDT2013-04-05 04:55:26 GMT
    Look at what they're doing at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles to make new moms feel closer to babies born prematurely after the babies are rushed into the neo-natal intensive care unit for special
    Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles is using iPads to allow a new mom to see and communicate with her newborn from the recovery room.
  • Food for Thought: 4.4

    Food for Thought: 4.4

    Friday, April 5 2013 12:48 AM EDT2013-04-05 04:48:00 GMT
    Health inspectors made almost 70 surprise inspections this week to check in on the cleanliness of Lubbock restaurants.. "We're very fortunate to be on Channel 11's Food for Thought," Jame Reyna tells
    Health inspectors made almost 70 surprise inspections this week to check in on the cleanliness of Lubbock restaurants..
  • City Council to internally investigate city manager's complaint

    City Council to internally investigate city manager's complaint

    Friday, April 5 2013 12:24 AM EDT2013-04-05 04:24:59 GMT
    After meeting in executive session for over three hours, the Lubbock City council decided 6-1 to dismiss the complaints made against Victor Hernandez made by Executive Director of Finance, Pam Moon.
    Thursday, the council only stayed in open session for about 15 minutes until they retired to executive session. During that time, the council discussed how to address the issues with Hernandez and whether or not to hire outside legal counsel.
  • Chinese bird flu causes concern

    Chinese bird flu causes concern

    Friday, April 5 2013 12:19 AM EDT2013-04-05 04:19:34 GMT
    The CDC is closely watching that new strain of bird flu emerging in china. April 3, there were 9 cases, April 4, there were 14. This particular strain is called the h-7-n-9 virus. The concern is that
    The CDC is closely watching the new strain of bird flu emerging in China.
  • How you can fight macular degeneration

    How you can fight macular degeneration

    Friday, April 5 2013 12:15 AM EDT2013-04-05 04:15:37 GMT
    There's something new for patients with a serious eye disease. Researchers are finding cholesterol eye drops could help fight macular degeneration, which is a leading cause of blindness. The study at
    There's something new for patients with a serious eye disease. Researchers are finding cholesterol eye drops could help fight macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness.
  • Doctors as students

    Doctors as students

    Thursday, April 4 2013 11:48 PM EDT2013-04-05 03:48:10 GMT
    Medical school doesn't end with a cap and gown. Physicians and nurses go into practice understanding that school will continue as medicine changes and new therapies become available. This weekend, it's
    This weekend, the Texas Tech University Heath Sciences Center will hold the 5th Annual Internal Medicine Conference.
  • UMC's low safety rating not what it appears

    UMC's low safety rating not what it appears

    Thursday, April 4 2013 11:24 PM EDT2013-04-05 03:24:02 GMT
     A new Consumer Report based on hospital safety ranked Lubbock's University Medical Center with a low score of 30 out of 100. Such a low rating may cause concerns, but UMC officials say there's more to the story.
    A new Consumer Report based on hospital safety ranked Lubbock's University Medical Center with a low score of 30 out of 100. Such a low rating may cause concerns, but UMC officials say there's more to the story.
  • Fun for the family

    Fun for the family

    Thursday, April 4 2013 11:20 PM EDT2013-04-05 03:20:59 GMT
    There are some local events to remember this weekend. First, Saturday, April 6, the Garrison Institute says activity delays aging, so they're encouraging families to bring their bikes, trikes, scooters,
    Saturday, April 6, come out to celebrate some free fun in the sun from 11 to 3 at Mackenzie Park.
  • Remembering the children

    Remembering the children

    Thursday, April 4 2013 11:14 PM EDT2013-04-05 03:14:21 GMT
    Since April is child abuse prevention month, The Family Guidance and Outreach Center of Lubbock has organized a memory ride to remember those children who have suffered. They are asking bikers and car
    Since April is child abuse prevention month, The Family Guidance and Outreach Center of Lubbock has organized a memory ride to remember those children who have suffered.
  • Local organization brings awareness to child abuse in Lubbock

    Local organization brings awareness to child abuse in Lubbock

    Thursday, April 4 2013 9:15 PM EDT2013-04-05 01:15:37 GMT
    Every year, 3.3 million child abuse cases are reported in the United States. And on April 4th, Child Abuse Awareness Day, one local organization has tried to do some good to help children in Lubbock. Sondra's
    Every year, 3.3 million child abuse cases are reported in the United States. And on April 4th, Child Abuse Awareness Day, one local organization has tried to do some good to help children in Lubbock.
  • Villa Inn robbery suspect caught on tape

    Villa Inn robbery suspect caught on tape

    Thursday, April 4 2013 6:49 PM EDT2013-04-04 22:49:49 GMT
    Lubbock Police are hoping a security image will help them to catch a robbery suspect. Police report that on March 26th, a man entered the Villa Inn at 54th and South Q Drive around 2:30 a.m. and robbed
    According to police, this man entered the Villa Inn at 54th and South Q Drive around 2:30 a.m. on March 26th and robbed a victim at gunpoint.
  • U.S. Senator Ted Cruz visits Lubbock

    U.S. Senator Ted Cruz visits Lubbock

    Thursday, April 4 2013 6:47 PM EDT2013-04-04 22:47:00 GMT
    United States Senator Ted Cruz paid a visit to Lubbock Thursday. He participated in a Coffee with Citizens at Civic Center Banquet Hall. The senator discussed the state of the economy, which he says should
    Senator Ted Cruz discussed the state of the economy with Lubbock citizens on Thursday.
  • Tech Cheer and Pom Teams to compete in national showcase

    Tech Cheer and Pom Teams to compete in national showcase

    Thursday, April 4 2013 6:18 PM EDT2013-04-04 22:18:05 GMT
    From Texas Tech University:The Texas Tech University cheerleaders and pom squad will participate in national competitions April 11-12 in Daytona Beach, Fla. The coed cheer and pom squad routines will
    The coed cheer and pom squad routines will be showcased at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 4 on the main floor of the arena. The coed cheer routine only will be featured at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7.
  • $10,000 reward offered for escaped murder suspect

    $10,000 reward offered for escaped murder suspect

    Thursday, April 4 2013 5:44 PM EDT2013-04-04 21:44:50 GMT
    From Texas Department of Public Safety: AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Brian Allen Tucker, 45, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive list, and a $10,000 cash reward is now
    Texas DPS has added Brian Allen Tucker, 45, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive list, and a $10,000 cash reward is now offered for information leading to his capture.
  • Grammy Award-winner Judy Collins to perform at Texas Tech

    Grammy Award-winner Judy Collins to perform at Texas Tech

    Thursday, April 4 2013 3:43 PM EDT2013-04-04 19:43:04 GMT
    From Texas Tech University: Judy Collins, the Grammy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated folk singer, songwriter and author, makes her next stop at Texas Tech University as she performs for the Presidential
    Judy Collins, the Grammy Award-winning folk singer, songwriter and author, makes her next stop at 7 p.m. April 12 in the Allen Theatre of the Texas Tech Student Union Building.
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