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  • Lubbock municipal pools open for business

    Lubbock municipal pools open for business

    Tuesday, June 4 2013 11:14 PM EDT2013-06-05 03:14:54 GMT
    From City of Lubbock:It's just about time again to cool off at Lubbock's municipal pools as they open for the 2013 season on Tuesday, June 4, at 1 p.m. Hours of operation are Tuesdays through Sundays 1:00-6:00
    Hours of operation are Tuesdays through Sundays 1 - 6 p.m.
  • Spanish Oaks apartment manager working to fix code violations

    Spanish Oaks apartment manager working to fix code violations

    Wednesday, May 29 2013 12:42 AM EDT2013-05-29 04:42:55 GMT
    On Tuesday close to 200 Lubbock residents of the Spanish Oaks Apartments were still not allowed to go home after Monday's fire destroyed eight units and damaged 22 others. However, it is not the fire damage
    On Tuesday, close to 200 residents of the Spanish Oaks Apartments were still not allowed to go home after Monday's fire destroyed eight units and damaged 22 others.
  • Consider This...TTU Regents doing right thing for all of us

    Consider This...TTU Regents doing right thing for all of us

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 11:00 PM EDT2013-05-29 03:00:18 GMT
    Getting and staying in college is tougher than ever with rising tuition costs. For many Texans, holding the line on those costs is THE difference between getting an education or not. And we all know education
    So thank you to the leadership of the Board of Regents. By putting our children and future college students first, you've put us all first.
  • High-tech aids for equine therapy

    High-tech aids for equine therapy

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:56 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:56:38 GMT
    You've heard of equine therapy, look how technology is teaming up with therapeutic horseback riding to make a difference in patients with disabilities thanks to some hardworking students and the next generation
    You've heard of equine therapy, look how technology is teaming up with therapeutic horseback riding to make a difference in patients with disabilities thanks to some hardworking students and the next generation of the i-Phone.
  • Red Raider golf in 22nd place after day one

    Red Raider golf in 22nd place after day one

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:55 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:55:37 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics WOODSTOCK, Ga. - Two Texas Tech golfers tied for the team first round low to help the Red Raiders out to an 8-over 288 on Tuesday at the Crabapple Course at Capital City
    Two Texas Tech golfers tied for the team first round low to help the Red Raiders out to an 8-over 288 on Tuesday at the Crabapple Course at Capital City Club in the opening round of the 2013 NCAA Championship.
  • Increase in children ingesting medical marijuana

    Increase in children ingesting medical marijuana

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:35 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:35:32 GMT
    Emergency rooms in Colorado saw a spike in young children accidentally ingesting marijuana after it became easier to use for medical purposes in 2009. Most of the reports stemmed from children eating
    Emergency rooms in Colorado saw a spike in young children accidentally ingesting marijuana after it became easier to use for medical purposes in 2009.
  • Test your pool for bacteria with a free kit

    Test your pool for bacteria with a free kit

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:30 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:30:40 GMT
    Perhaps a bigger concern right now in this country is what could be growing in your swimming pool. The CDC says there are an increasing number of infections caused by bacteria in public pools. Normally,
    Perhaps a bigger concern right now in this country is what could be growing in your swimming pool.
  • Bird flu developing resistance to antiviral drugs in China

    Bird flu developing resistance to antiviral drugs in China

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:27 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:27:12 GMT
    Meanwhile, scientists in China are worried about a new strain of bird flu. This one is called the H7N9 virus and it's already killed 36 people in that country. Researchers there say many patients have
    Meanwhile, scientists in China are worried about a new strain of bird flu.
  • H1N1 kills 17 in Venezuela

    H1N1 kills 17 in Venezuela

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 10:26 PM EDT2013-05-29 02:26:11 GMT
    Here's an update on some bad bugs that are getting global attention. In Venezuela, an outbreak of the H1N1 flu has killed 17 people and infected 250. Remember, that's the same swine flu that developed
    Here's an update on some bad bugs that are getting global attention.
  • Red Cross provides shelter for apartment fire evacuees

    Red Cross provides shelter for apartment fire evacuees

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 7:26 PM EDT2013-05-28 23:26:22 GMT
    A local middle school has become a temporary home for some displaced residents in east Lubbock. The Red Cross has set up temporary camp at Alderson Middle School for the residents of the Spanish Oaks apartments,
    A former middle school has become a temporary home for some east Lubbock residents who are displaced because of an apartment fire.
  • Economic Index for April at an all-time high

    Economic Index for April at an all-time high

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 6:44 PM EDT2013-05-28 22:44:59 GMT
    Tuesday, the Lubbock economy has reached another milestone. The Economic Index for April currently sits at 134. 5 which is the highest it has ever been.That number is up by 8.5% from April of last year.
    The Economic Index for April currently sits at 134. 5 which is the highest it has ever been.
  • Animal rights group protests pork cruelty at Lubbock Walmart

    Animal rights group protests pork cruelty at Lubbock Walmart

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 6:22 PM EDT2013-05-28 22:22:52 GMT
    Tuesday, animal-rights organization Mercy for Animals launched a national campaign accusing Walmart of animal cruelty. Protesters nationwide and even locally gathered outside Walmart stores to protest
    On Tuesday, the animal rights organization Mercy for Animals launched a national campaign accusing Walmart of animal cruelty.
  • Capital murder trial begins in Bailey County

    Capital murder trial begins in Bailey County

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 5:40 PM EDT2013-05-28 21:40:34 GMT
    The trial began in Bailey County on Tuesday for a Muleshoe man police say was involved in a deadly shooting in June of 2012. Daniel Cardon is charged with capital murder after police say he killed 38-year
    The trial began in Bailey County on Tuesday for a Muleshoe man police say was involved in a deadly shooting in June of 2012.
  • Lubbock police looking for smoke shop robbery suspect

    Lubbock police looking for smoke shop robbery suspect

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 5:27 PM EDT2013-05-28 21:27:23 GMT
    Lubbock police are hoping a security image will help them catch a man they say robbed a Lubbock smoke shop. They say the suspect robbed the Smoke Head Shop at 34th and Knoxville on April 22. Police say
    Lubbock police are hoping a security image will help them catch a man they say robbed a Lubbock smoke shop.
  • Lady Chaps continue dominance over Oklahoma City

    Lady Chaps continue dominance over Oklahoma City

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 4:56 PM EDT2013-05-28 20:56:07 GMT
    Provided by Lubbock Christian University:Lady Chaparrals pitcher Courtney McGee held the NAIA's leading team in hits to two and No.2 Lubbock Christian University matched their program single-season wins
    Lady Chaparrals pitcher Courtney McGee held the NAIA's leading team in hits to two and No.2 Lubbock Christian University matched their program single-season wins mark with their 60th win in a 6-1 victory over No.4 Oklahoma City University.
  • Gov. Perry signs landmark water legislation

    Gov. Perry signs landmark water legislation

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 2:40 PM EDT2013-05-28 18:40:26 GMT
    Provided by the Office of Governor Rick Perry:Gov. Rick Perry today ceremonially signed House Bill 4, which lays the foundation for meeting Texas' water future water needs. HB 4 provides for active, full-time
    Gov. Rick Perry today ceremonially signed House Bill 4, which lays the foundation for meeting Texas' water future water needs.
  • Tim Siegel to return as head men's tennis coach

    Tim Siegel to return as head men's tennis coach

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 1:55 PM EDT2013-05-28 17:55:21 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech Athletics: Texas Tech Men's Tennis Head Coach Tim Siegel will continue as head coach of the Red Raider program, announced Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt. Siegel, who originally
    Siegel, who originally announced that he would retire at the conclusion of the 2013 season, has decided to forego his retirement.
  • City secretary begins counting Hernandez recall signatures

    City secretary begins counting Hernandez recall signatures

    Tuesday, May 28 2013 12:37 PM EDT2013-05-28 16:37:29 GMT
    The Office of the City Secretary has begun counting signatures on a petition to have Victor Hernandez removed from the Lubbock City Council. The deadline for submitting the petition is Tuesday by 5 p.m.
    The Office of the City Secretary has begun counting signatures on a petition to have Victor Hernandez removed from the Lubbock City Council.
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