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  • Texas Tech junior selected for deaf Olympic team

    Texas Tech junior selected for deaf Olympic team

    Thursday, July 11 2013 5:52 PM EDT2013-07-11 21:52:50 GMT
    From Texas Tech Athletics:Texas Tech junior Luke Adams has been selected to represent Team USA at the 22nd Deaflympics from July 26 to Aug. 4 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Adams, a 5-9 guard from Big Spring, has
    Texas Tech junior Luke Adams has been selected to represent Team USA at the 22nd Deaflympics from July 26 to Aug. 4 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
  • Lubbock Hometown Hero featured on Dateline Friday

    Lubbock Hometown Hero featured on Dateline Friday

    Saturday, June 29 2013 12:58 AM EDT2013-06-29 04:58:59 GMT
    Coronado High School graduate James Winters was on Dateline Friday, featured as one of the Navy officers who saved a woman and her two children after a terrifying accident on a California bridge. Winters
    Coronado High School graduate James Winters was on Dateline Friday, featured as one of the Navy officers who saved a woman and her two children after a terrifying accident on a California bridge.
  • Randa Westbrook out of ICU, recovering after dog attack

    Randa Westbrook out of ICU, recovering after dog attack

    Saturday, June 29 2013 12:40 AM EDT2013-06-29 04:40:32 GMT
    7-year-old Randa Westbrook was released from Intensive Care Thursday and is recovering from the wounds she received in a dog attack on Wednesday. Randa is in stable condition and is expected to be released
    7-year-old Randa Westbrook was released from Intensive Care Friday and is recovering from the wounds she received in a dog attack on Wednesday.
  • Pit bull who mauled child had previous bite history

    Pit bull who mauled child had previous bite history

    Friday, June 28 2013 11:25 PM EDT2013-06-29 03:25:50 GMT
    Thursday, we reported about a 7-year-old girl who was sent to the ICU after being mauled by a pit bull. After discovering this particular dog had bitten before and had been taken to animal control, we
    If Sadie had a previous record of biting people, why was she free to do it again in 2013? Animal control tells us a dog doesn't necessarily have to be euthanized after it bites.
  • Avoid being a victim with these self-defense tips

    Avoid being a victim with these self-defense tips

    Friday, June 28 2013 10:07 PM EDT2013-06-29 02:07:42 GMT
    What would you do if you were attacked? Could you protect yourself? Lubbock Police say from June of 2012 to last month 550 women in Lubbock were victims of aggravated assault, including domestic violence
    What would you do if you were attacked? Could you protect yourself? Lubbock Police say from June of 2012 to last month, 550 women in Lubbock were victims of aggravated assault, including domestic violence and verbal threats.
  • The Bridge of Lubbock seeking donations for roof repairs

    The Bridge of Lubbock seeking donations for roof repairs

    Friday, June 28 2013 6:44 PM EDT2013-06-28 22:44:28 GMT
    A local non-profit is asking for the public's help to restore the roof of it's building after recent storms ripped part of it off.The Bridge of Lubbock at Redbud and East 13th is an organization dedicated
    A local non-profit is asking for the public's help to restore the roof of it's building after recent storms ripped part of it off.
  • Road buckles at I-27 and South Avenue Q

    Road buckles at I-27 and South Avenue Q

    Friday, June 28 2013 6:14 PM EDT2013-06-28 22:14:54 GMT
    Emergency crews are working to fix a section of the I-27 access road at South Ave. Q Drive.Officials say the road buckled  and they are patching it lane by lane.Only one southbound lane is open at this
    Officials say the road buckled  and they are patching it lane by lane.
  • Texas Tech study reveals cancer risk from common chemicals

    Texas Tech study reveals cancer risk from common chemicals

    Friday, June 28 2013 2:33 PM EDT2013-06-28 18:33:22 GMT
    From Texas Tech University:Science knows that arsenic and estrogen can cause cancer. At certain very low levels, the chemicals offer little to no threats to human health. However, new research conducted
    New research has found that low doses of arsenic and estrogen– even at levels low enough to be considered "safe" for humans if they were on their own – can cause cancer in prostate cells.
  • Thursday night stabbing sends one to hospital

    Thursday night stabbing sends one to hospital

    Friday, June 28 2013 2:26 PM EDT2013-06-28 18:26:52 GMT
    The investigation continues Friday morning into a stabbing in east Lubbock. Lubbock Police were called to the 41 hundred block of east 3rd street around 9:30 Thursday night. This is where the found one
    Police are investigating a Thursday night stabbing in east Lubbock.
  • VA processes 97% of all disability claims pending over 2 years

    VA processes 97% of all disability claims pending over 2 years

    Friday, June 28 2013 2:04 PM EDT2013-06-28 18:04:24 GMT
    From Department of Veteran's Affairs:The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today that as a result of the initiative launched in April to expedite disability compensation claims decisions for Veterans
    The VA announced today that as a result of the initiative launched in April to expedite disability compensation claims decisions for Veterans who have a waited a year or longer, more than 65,000 claims nationwide have been eliminated from the backlog.
  • Police arrest man for aggravated assault after high-speed chase

    Police arrest man for aggravated assault after high-speed chase

    Friday, June 28 2013 12:00 PM EDT2013-06-28 16:00:10 GMT
    Officials continue to investigate a Friday morning police chase that ended in central Lubbock. Around 3 a.m., the chase ended in the 2000 block of 29th Street. Police have not released any information
    Lubbock Police have one man in custody after a Friday morning chase that ended in central Lubbock.
  • Consider This...Library changes needed no matter what

    Consider This...Library changes needed no matter what

    Friday, June 28 2013 7:00 AM EDT2013-06-28 11:00:19 GMT
    I think it is admirable that city leaders reached out to Texas Tech architecture graduate students for ideas about a possible new library. They have presented plans to replace the Godeke Branch that now
    Now, let's take those ideas, build on them, get out of the bad deal we are in and do something that moves our library service into the 21st century.
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