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April 19, 2013

                       

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  • Fear turns to relief for Lubbock family in Watertown

    Fear turns to relief for Lubbock family in Watertown

    Saturday, April 20 2013 9:55 AM EDT2013-04-20 13:55:38 GMT
    Fear and uncertainty has turned into relief in Watertown, MA and all across the country. Sarah Shehadeh and her mother Marale are originally from Lubbock, but moved to Watertown a couple of years ago.
    Fear and uncertainty has turned into relief in Watertown, MA, all across the country and for one Lubbock family who saw the day's events unfold firsthand.
  • How to avoid overuse injuries

    How to avoid overuse injuries

    Friday, April 19 2013 11:45 PM EDT2013-04-20 03:45:54 GMT
    Health wise, researchers have come up with a pretty good formula to help protect our kids against overuse injuries. This is because kids who specialize in one sport starting at a young age significantly
    The researchers recommend young athletes take at least one day off a week from training in sports, and not play sports year round.
  • Honor your assistant and help Children's Miracle Network

    Honor your assistant and help Children's Miracle Network

    Friday, April 19 2013 11:42 PM EDT2013-04-20 03:42:37 GMT
    If you'd like to help kids and you have a secretary of assistant you really appreciate, why not take him or her to lunch next week to benefit the children's miracle network? Wednesday is the annual administrative
    Wednesday is the annual Administrative Professional's Day Lunch and Style Show at the Texas Roadhouse.
  • Dr. Miller's farewell

    Dr. Miller's farewell

    Friday, April 19 2013 11:38 PM EDT2013-04-20 03:38:43 GMT
    One more note from Texas Tech tonight, a prominent researcher there is taking his fight against Alzheimer's to another level. Dr. Bradley miller has been a great resource for us at News Channel 11 in
    A prominent Tech researcher is part of the first-ever worldwide study of three drugs to see if they might actually be able to prevent Alzheimer's disease.
  • UPDATE: CBP Air Interdiction met pot plane when it landed in Lubbock

    UPDATE: CBP Air Interdiction met pot plane when it landed in Lubbock

    From U.S. Department of Justice: LUBBOCK, Texas — Two men who flew into Lubbock and arrived at Lubbock Aero on Wednesday evening, April 17, 2013, Michael Gallanter, 48, and Ethan Oliver Wynne-Wade,
    Two men who flew into Lubbock and arrived at Lubbock Aero on Wednesday evening have been charged in a federal criminal complaint with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
  • Obama authorizes federal aid for disaster relief in West

    Obama authorizes federal aid for disaster relief in West

    Friday, April 19 2013 11:15 PM EDT2013-04-20 03:15:26 GMT
    From The White House:  The President today declared an emergency exists in the State of Texas and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions
    The President today declared an emergency exists in the State of Texas and ordered federal aid to supplement state and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions in West, Texas.
  • No. 15 Lady Raiders clinch share of Big 12 tennis title

    No. 15 Lady Raiders clinch share of Big 12 tennis title

    Friday, April 19 2013 10:39 PM EDT2013-04-20 02:39:37 GMT
    From Texas Tech Tennis:It took his ace to earn a pair on Friday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, as Texas Tech head coach Todd Petty engineered a 4-3 win over No. 25 TCU for the Lady Raiders
    It took his ace to earn a pair on Friday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, as Texas Tech head coach Todd Petty engineered a 4-3 win over No. 25 TCU for the Lady Raiders to earn a share of its second consecutive Big 12 Conference title.
  • New Masked Rider takes reins at Transfer ceremony

    New Masked Rider takes reins at Transfer ceremony

    Friday, April 19 2013 6:23 PM EDT2013-04-19 22:23:58 GMT
    From Texas Tech University:Texas Tech University's new Masked Rider Corey Waggoner accepted the reigns of the newly chosen horse Friday (April 19) at the annual Transfer of Reins ceremony. Friday, Waggoner
    Texas Tech University's new Masked Rider Corey Waggoner accepted the reins Friday (April 19) at the annual Transfer of Reins ceremony. Friday, Waggoner proudly became the 52nd student to don the mask and cape.
  • Texas Land & Cattle Dine and Donate to West, Texas

    Texas Land & Cattle Dine and Donate to West, Texas

    Friday, April 19 2013 5:45 PM EDT2013-04-19 21:45:47 GMT
    From Texas Land & Cattle:Texas Land & Cattle invites you to dine and donate as Texans help Texas families of first responders on the scene in West, Texas. Dine with us at any of our 26 locations on Sunday,
    Texas Land & Cattle invites you to dine and donate to relief efforts in West, Texas. Dine with us at any of our 26 locations on Sunday, April 21st and Texas Land & Cattle will donate 20% of net sales to first responders and their families.
  • Ag Commissioner offers recovery assistance in West

    Ag Commissioner offers recovery assistance in West

    Friday, April 19 2013 5:32 PM EDT2013-04-19 21:32:23 GMT
    From Texas Department of Agriculture:In the wake of the fire and fertilizer plant explosion that destroyed parts of West, Texas and left the community grieving, including the families of the first responders
    As a result of the explosion, the City of West may require assistance repairing public infrastructure damage, securing adequate temporary housing for displaced residents and help for economic losses suffered by businesses damaged in the explosion.
  • Consider This...One click feeds hungry kids

    Consider This...One click feeds hungry kids

    Friday, April 19 2013 7:00 AM EDT2013-04-19 11:00:18 GMT
    What if I told you that anyone with a Facebook page can help feed thousands of hungry kids without donating a penny. Well it's true and time is running out. Most of us take for granted that we have
    So how can you help? With just the click of a mouse, you can help the South Plains Food Bank win a $45,000 grant. That money, provided by Walmart, will help start Kids Café sites and Summer Feeding sites.
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