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  • Homer Jones, a Hometown Hero

    Homer Jones, a Hometown Hero

    Sunday, July 7 2013 10:35 PM EDT2013-07-08 02:35:32 GMT
    Homer Jones had a strategic plan for enlisting in the military during World War II. "I decided that I wanted to fly. And that it would be better to come back to a base away from the combat than to be
    Homer Jones bravely endured WWII after being shot down and held in a German prison camp for eight months.
  • Severe storm damages buildings, tears down power lines in Lubbock

    Severe storm damages buildings, tears down power lines in Lubbock

    Friday, June 7 2013 5:10 PM EDT2013-06-07 21:10:20 GMT
    We have multiple reports of damages to the Lubbock area tonight. The roof of the Motor Inn on Marsha Sharp has partially caved in. All residents were reportedly evacuated before the damage hit.Part of
    A late night thunderstorm swept through the Lubbock area Wednesday night, leaving severe damage in its wake.
  • Lubbock church donates 50,000 pounds of potatoes to food bank

    Lubbock church donates 50,000 pounds of potatoes to food bank

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 10:39 PM EDT2013-06-06 02:39:18 GMT
    A local church teamed up with the South Plains Food Bank on Wednesday evening to bag up more than 50,000 pounds of donated potatoes. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints donated
    A local church teamed up with the South Plains Food Bank on Wednesday evening to bag up more than 50,000 pounds of donated potatoes.
  • Lubbock Crime Line pays out $6,500 in just 2 months

    Lubbock Crime Line pays out $6,500 in just 2 months

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 10:15 PM EDT2013-06-06 02:15:34 GMT
    Countless cases have been solved over the years thanks to Lubbock's Crime Line. Now, Lubbock Police hope to keep paying out as successful tips keep coming in. According to Sergeant Jason Lewis, $6,500
    Countless cases have been solved over the years thanks to Lubbock's Crime Line, and Lubbock police hope to keep paying out as successful tips keep coming in.
  • Police digging near Mae Simmons Park

    Police digging near Mae Simmons Park

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 9:49 PM EDT2013-06-06 01:49:14 GMT
    We've received several calls today,from viewers wanting to know what police were searching for earlier near Mae Simmons Park. Several detectives were at Dunbar Historical Lake near East 19th Street and
    Several detectives were at Dunbar Historical Lake near East 19th Street and MLK on Wednesday, combing through the area.
  • Texas Tech professor shares wind damage expertise on Capitol Hill

    Texas Tech professor shares wind damage expertise on Capitol Hill

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 6:30 PM EDT2013-06-05 22:30:46 GMT
    With all of the recent Tornado damage The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Subcommittees on Research and Technology held a hearing this morning on reducing the damage from windstorms. The
    With all of the recent tornado activity, the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology Subcommittees on Research and Technology held a hearing Wednesday morning to discuss ways to limit windstorm damage.
  • Lubbock Cooper loses in State Semifinals

    Lubbock Cooper loses in State Semifinals

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 5:14 PM EDT2013-06-05 21:14:45 GMT
    Playing in the 3A State Tournament for the first time in 8 years, the Cooper Pirates lost to Defending Champion Pleasant Grove 7-3 in the State Semifinals in Austin. The Hawks in their 6th Straight State
    Playing in the 3A State Tournament for the first time in 8 years, the Cooper Pirates lost to Defending Champion Pleasant Grove 7-3 in the State Semifinals in Austin.
  • Texas Tech Rodeo Team headed to Nationals

    Texas Tech Rodeo Team headed to Nationals

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 2:26 PM EDT2013-06-05 18:26:27 GMT
    Provided by Texas Tech:A foursome of Texas Tech University students are hoping history will repeat itself. The university's women's rodeo team is on its way to compete in the 65th annual College National Finals
    The university's women's rodeo team is on its way to compete in the 65th annual College National Finals Rodeo June 9-15 in Casper, Wyo.
  • Cabela's Outpost store coming to Lubbock

    Cabela's Outpost store coming to Lubbock

    Wednesday, June 5 2013 11:11 AM EDT2013-06-05 15:11:32 GMT
    Lubbock will soon be home to a new Cabela's store. The 42,000-square-foot hunting and fishing outlet will be located in a proposed shopping center at West Loop 289 and 34th Street. Construction is scheduled
    The 42,000-square-foot hunting and fishing outlet will be located in a proposed shopping center at West Loop 289 and 34th Street. Construction is scheduled to begin this fall and will be completed by summer 2014.
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