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April 15, 2013

                       

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  • Area runners terrified, saddened by Boston Marathon explosion

    Area runners terrified, saddened by Boston Marathon explosion

    Tuesday, April 16 2013 2:36 PM EDT2013-04-16 18:36:25 GMT
    Hours after the Boston Marathon attack Jason Rehwald, a Brownfield chiropractor, was still trying to hold back tears after his terrifying experience. Rehwald says he finished the race and was waiting
    Hours after the Boston Marathon attack Jason Rehwald, a Brownfield chiropractor, was still trying to hold back tears after his terrifying experience.
  • 1 dead in Monday night accident

    1 dead in Monday night accident

    Monday, April 15 2013 11:49 PM EDT2013-04-16 03:49:08 GMT
    KCBD sent a crew to the scene of a fatal accident at 82nd & Aberdeen Avenue on Monday night. A pickup apparently ran into the Evergreen Cleaners building. No details yet on the identity of the victim
    KCBD sent a crew to the scene of a fatal accident at 82nd & Aberdeen Avenue on Monday night.
  • Lubbock residents frightened, but determined to go on after terror attack

    Lubbock residents frightened, but determined to go on after terror attack

    Monday, April 15 2013 10:13 PM EDT2013-04-16 02:13:01 GMT
    Lubbock may be thousands of miles away from Boston, but that hasn't stopped people all over the South Plains from questioning their safety. It's been eleven years and seven months since 9/11 and although
    Lubbock may be thousands of miles away from Boston, but that hasn't stopped people all over the South Plains from questioning their safety.
  • Researchers reduce pain by freezing nerves

    Researchers reduce pain by freezing nerves

    Monday, April 15 2013 8:58 PM EDT2013-04-16 00:58:27 GMT
    Scientists are using the deep freeze to help relieve deep pain. The procedure is called cryo-neuro-lysis which uses a probe to cool down a nerve to three degrees fahrenheit. Scientists at Stoneybrook
    Scientists are using the deep freeze to help relieve deep pain.
  • New study reveals overuse of antibiotics, state by state

    New study reveals overuse of antibiotics, state by state

    Monday, April 15 2013 8:56 PM EDT2013-04-16 00:56:04 GMT
    A new government study reveals that US doctors are still giving Americans what they want, antibiotics, at an alarming pace even though the overuse of antibiotics continues to be a serious concern that
    A new government study reveals that US doctors are still giving Americans what they want, antibiotics, at an alarming pace even though the overuse of antibiotics continues to be a serious concern that could end up biting all of us eventually.
  • Childhood lead exposure can come from unexpected places

    Childhood lead exposure can come from unexpected places

    Monday, April 15 2013 8:52 PM EDT2013-04-16 00:52:23 GMT
    Lead poisoning is a serious concern for little kids because it can leave them with developmental delays, or worse. Paint was a concern until lead, as an ingredient, was identified as a health threat and
    Lead poisoning is a serious concern for little kids because it can leave them with developmental delays, or worse. Paint was a concern until lead, as an ingredient, was identified as a health threat and removed in the 1970s. But lead may still lurk in some unexpected products.
  • Music may offer benefits to premature babies

    Music may offer benefits to premature babies

    Monday, April 15 2013 8:46 PM EDT2013-04-16 00:46:25 GMT
    A lullaby may offer significant health benefits for premature babies. New research from Beth Israel Medical Center in New York shows how music and sound therapy can improve preemies' ability to eat,
    A lullaby may offer significant health benefits for premature babies.
  • Cheatwood family waiting for dad to come home from marathon

    Cheatwood family waiting for dad to come home from marathon

    Monday, April 15 2013 7:19 PM EDT2013-04-15 23:19:30 GMT
    The family of Dale Cheatwood expected this to be an extraordinary day. He had trained seven years and posted an elite marathon time of three hours and three minutes just to qualify. His wife Shawna followed
    "I was sitting in the house and a friend from Alabama actually called and asked if I was in Boston. I said no and she said, well there has been some bombs that went off and I said are you kidding? That's when I started to panic," she said.
  • Scientists grow fully functional kidneys for rats

    Scientists grow fully functional kidneys for rats

    Monday, April 15 2013 6:32 PM EDT2013-04-15 22:32:11 GMT
    April is organ donor awareness month and with that comes something to celebrate. Scientists are reporting in the journal ‘Nature Medicine' say they have created fully functional rat kidneys in the lab,
    Scientists reporting in the journal ‘Nature Medicine' say they have created fully functional rat kidneys in the lab, an accomplishment that could lead to building new organs for humans with kidney disease.
  • 9 Lubbock entrants in Boston Marathon confirmed safe

    9 Lubbock entrants in Boston Marathon confirmed safe

    Monday, April 15 2013 6:10 PM EDT2013-04-15 22:10:38 GMT
    Nine Lubbock residents are listed as entrants in the 2013 Boston Marathon.  To search the complete database of registered entrants, click here.
    Nine Lubbock residents are listed as entrants in the 2013 Boston Marathon, and friends and family have confirmed to KCBD that all are uninjured and okay.
  • Tech Cheer and Pom Squads top three in U.S.

    Tech Cheer and Pom Squads top three in U.S.

    Monday, April 15 2013 5:44 PM EDT2013-04-15 21:44:07 GMT
    From Texas Tech University:With two national third-place finishes and a national mascot championship, Texas Tech University's spirit program has had quite a memorable year. Texas Tech's co-ed Cheer Squad
    With two national third-place finishes and a national mascot championship, Texas Tech University's spirit program has had quite a memorable year.
  • LEDA announces more than 200 new jobs

    LEDA announces more than 200 new jobs

    Monday, April 15 2013 2:48 PM EDT2013-04-15 18:48:25 GMT
    From Lubbock Economic Development Alliance: (LUBBOCK) – The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced the creation of 261 new jobs at a press conference Monday afternoon. The additional jobs
    The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced the creation of 261 new jobs at a press conference Monday afternoon.
  • Robertson named Lubbock ISD Interim Superintendent

    Robertson named Lubbock ISD Interim Superintendent

    Monday, April 15 2013 11:48 AM EDT2013-04-15 15:48:18 GMT
    Dr. Berhl Robertson, Lubbock ISD Chief Administrative Officer Division of Administrative Services, has been named Interim Superintendent. Lubbock ISD Superintendent Karen Garza resigned on April 10. She
    Dr. Berhl Robertson, Lubbock ISD Chief Administrative Officer Division of Administrative Services, has been named Interim Superintendent.
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