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  • Lubbock to host Texas firefighters convention

    Lubbock to host Texas Firefighters convention

    Monday, June 17 2013 11:30 AM EDT2013-06-17 15:30:26 GMT
    From Lubbock Fire Department:The City of Lubbock welcomes over 173 local Texas chapters of professional firefighters, their families, retirees and auxiliary members from all over the state of Texas June
    The City of Lubbock welcomes over 173 local Texas chapters of professional firefighters, their families, retirees and auxiliary members from all over the state of Texas June 17-21.
  • Bomb Squad called to Levelland convenience store

    Bomb Squad called to Levelland convenience store

    Friday, June 14 2013 11:42 PM EDT2013-06-15 03:42:02 GMT
    The Lubbock County Bomb Squad was called out to a Levelland convenience store Friday morning. A customer at Stripes on Clubview Drive found a small box, no bigger than an iPhone, that had the word "explosives"
    The Lubbock County Bomb Squad was called out to a Levelland convenience store Friday morning.
  • Lubbock police arrest burglary suspect after early-morning chase

    Lubbock police arrest burglary suspect after early-morning chase

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:58 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:58:02 GMT
    Lubbock police say Kenneth Ray Devroe, 45, is wanted for questioning in connection with some recent commercial burglaries. Devroe is a black male, 5'9, 180 pounds, bald, with brown eyes. Police list
    Lubbock police caught a man they say is responsible for several recent commercial burglaries on Friday.
  • Wayland finishes 15th in Sports Directors' Cup

    Wayland finishes 15th in Sports Directors' Cup

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:56 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:56:49 GMT
    Provided by Wayland Baptist Athletics After a successful school year in many of Wayland Baptist University's athletic programs, the Pioneers ended the year in 15th place in the NAIA Learfield Sports Directors'
    After a successful school year in many of Wayland Baptist University's athletic programs, the Pioneers ended the year in 15th place in the NAIA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.
  • Scientists can identify Melanoma by odor

    Scientists can identify Melanoma by odor

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:29 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:29:04 GMT
    Scientists have found an innovative new way to find the deadliest type of skin cancer. Researchers from the Monell Chemical Senses Center analyzed airborne molecules in the odors that come from human
    Scientists have found an innovative new way to find the deadliest type of skin cancer.
  • High blood pressure? Try volunteer work

    High blood pressure? Try volunteer work

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:27 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:27:01 GMT
    Researchers have discovered an interesting way to protect against high blood pressure…volunteer work. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University studied more than 1,000 people over age 51. Those who reported
    Researchers have discovered an interesting way to protect against high blood pressure…volunteer work.
  • United Blood Services needs your help

    United Blood Services needs your help

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:25 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:25:15 GMT
    Coincidentally, United Blood Services are in desperate need of volunteers. United Blood Service is in desperate need for type O blood right now. Despite receiving more donations, hospital usage still
    Coincidentally, United Blood Services are in desperate need of volunteers.
  • New technology may help prevent drowning

    New technology may help prevent drowning

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:17 PM EDT2013-06-15 00:17:25 GMT
    As we've told you before during HealthWise, drowning is a silent tragedy. In reality, it rarely comes with the screaming and waving hands we see in the movies. More often, it's motionless and the person
    Drowning is a silent tragedy. In reality, it rarely comes with the screaming and waving hands we see in the movies. More often, it's motionless and the person goes limp in the water.
  • Consider This...Texas protects "Merry Christmas"

    Consider This...Texas protects "Merry Christmas"

    Friday, June 14 2013 7:00 PM EDT2013-06-14 23:00:18 GMT
    This week, Governor Rick Perry signed a bill protecting "Merry Christmas" and other holiday sayings and symbols from legal challenges. Perry pointed out that it is a shame a bill like this is even needed.
    It protects citizens from their own government. And it stands behind the Constitution, which is something we haven't seen coming out of Washington lately.
  • Scattered heavy showers in forecast for South Plains

    Scattered heavy showers in forecast for South Plains

    Friday, June 14 2013 6:53 PM EDT2013-06-14 22:53:05 GMT
    If you have any outdoor activities planned this evening, you're going to want to keep an eye on the weather. There is a chance of scattered heavy showers across the South Plains tonight into tomorrow.Rain
    There is a chance of scattered heavy showers across the South Plains tonight into tomorrow.
  • City invites families to Movies at Maxey Park

    City invites families to Movies at Maxey Park

    Friday, June 14 2013 6:04 PM EDT2013-06-14 22:04:27 GMT
    Provided by City of Lubbock Grab a blanket, pack up the kids and watch a family-friendly movie out under the stars! For the second year, Maxey Community Center is partnering with Mi Casita Nursing and
    For the second year, Maxey Community Center is partnering with Mi Casita Nursing and Rehabilitation for their first of four Movies at Maxey Park on Friday, June 14.
  • 'Merry Christmas' law allows schools to use religious symbols

    'Merry Christmas' law allows schools to use religious symbols

    Friday, June 14 2013 5:46 PM EDT2013-06-14 21:46:16 GMT
    Since it was signed into law by Governor Perry yesterday, the ‘Merry Christmas' law as it has become known has received a lot of attention, but what exactly does it mean? "It's a state law that protects
    Gov. Perry signed the "Merry Christmas" bill into law on Thursday, but how should it be interpreted and how can it exist and still uphold the separation of church and state?
  • March of Dimes' 'Baby Bus' promotes Healthy Babies campaign

    March of Dimes' 'Baby Bus' promotes Healthy Babies campaign

    Friday, June 14 2013 4:51 PM EDT2013-06-14 20:51:33 GMT
    Friday, March of Dimes kicked off their Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait® campaign in Lubbock. The message stresses the importance for women with healthy pregnancies to wait to deliver until full-term.
    Friday, March of Dimes kicked off their Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait® campaign in Lubbock.
  • Ag Secretary hosts Farm and Jobs Bill town hall at Texas Tech

    Ag Secretary hosts Farm and Jobs Bill town hall at Texas Tech

    Friday, June 14 2013 10:51 AM EDT2013-06-14 14:51:52 GMT
    From USDA Office of Communications:Agriculture Tom Vilsack will host a town hall meeting at Texas Tech to discuss the importance of passing a Food, Farm and Jobs Bill for rural America. The Obama Administration
    Agriculture Tom Vilsack will host a town hall meeting at Texas Tech to discuss the importance of passing a Food, Farm and Jobs Bill for rural America Friday at 10 a.m.
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