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  • Brother accused of running down sister in Tuesday night hit & run

    Brother accused of running down sister in Tuesday night hit & run

    Wednesday, August 7 2013 5:31 PM EDT2013-08-07 21:31:42 GMT
    One woman is in critical condition at a Lubbock hospital following a hit and run Tuesday night. It happened just before 10 p.m. in the parking lot of the Park Meadow Villas Apartment complex at 2502 Weber
    Police say McDade got into a silver Cadillac, drove toward Washington and struck her, causing her to fall into the street. They say they are still searching for McDade.
  • 19-year-old Abernathy man gets 60 years for 2012 murder

    19-year-old Abernathy man gets 60 years for 2012 murder

    Wednesday, August 7 2013 1:02 PM EDT2013-08-07 17:02:22 GMT
    The Plainview Daily Herald is reporting that a man has plead guilty to a 2012 murder and aggravated assault and will face sentencing in Hale County Tuesday. Monday, 19-year-old Samuel Anthony Cisneros
    A Hale County jury deliberated for nearly four hours Tuesday before handing down the minimum two-year sentence for aggravated assault and 60 years for first-degree murder.
  • Will bigger jets bring bigger business to Lubbock?

    Will bigger jets bring bigger business to Lubbock?

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 11:39 PM EDT2013-08-07 03:39:00 GMT
    The Hub City is the place to be. Of course, we've always known that, but American Airlines is taking note as well. Since June, the Airline has been flying larger planes in and out of the Hub City to see
    The Hub City is the place to be, and American Airlines is taking note.
  • Red Raiders unfazed by preseason polls

    Red Raiders unfazed by preseason polls

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 11:27 PM EDT2013-08-07 03:27:02 GMT
    It's no secret Texas Tech is ushering in an exciting new era of football under the guidance of Kliff Kingsbury. There's a new giant HD video board sitting above the north end zone and new uniforms have
    There's plenty to be excited about in Red Raiderland. Unfortunately, the rest of the country has yet to receive the memo.
  • Consider This...Not sure who to trust

    Consider This...Not sure who to trust

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 11:00 PM EDT2013-08-07 03:00:16 GMT
    Back in 2004, citizens voted by an overwhelming 83% to separate Lubbock Power and Light from City Hall by allowing a citizen board to make the business decisions. That board saved the city-owned utility
    Between City Hall, City Council and the LP&L board, I frankly don't know who to trust anymore.
  • Jury selection for One Guy shooting trial begins in December

    Jury selection for One Guy shooting trial begins in December

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 10:27 PM EDT2013-08-07 02:27:24 GMT
    A deadly robbery that took place in central Lubbock almost two years ago is finally coming to trial. Jury selection for the capital murder trial of Brian Suniga is scheduled to begin in December. Suniga
    A deadly robbery that took place in central Lubbock almost two years ago is finally coming to trial.
  • Test Tube Sperm

    Test Tube Sperm

    Yesterday, we learned the Dutch are using stem cells from cattle to make beef, today, Japanese researchers say they've discovered how to stem cells from mice, and produce sperm. A team at Kyoto University
    Yesterday, we learned the Dutch are using stem cells from cattle to make beef, today, Japanese researchers say they've discovered how to stem cells from mice, and produce sperm.
  • Salvation Army hosting National Night Out Tuesday

    Salvation Army hosting National Night Out Tuesday

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 8:54 PM EDT2013-08-07 00:54:03 GMT
    National Night Out is bringing people across the country together with the goal of preventing crime.It's a way to unite neighbors against violence in their communities. The Salvation Army of Lubbock is
    This is the 4th National Night Out Block Party and will feature free kid-friendly activities and food.
  • Military Suicides

    Military Suicides

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 8:50 PM EDT2013-08-07 00:50:08 GMT
    Suicide is a leading cause of death among US military members. Now a new study looks at contributing factors. Experts at the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego studied more than 150,000 military
    Suicide is a leading cause of death among US military members. Now a new study looks at contributing factors.
  • Breakthrough in blood pressure control

    Breakthrough in blood pressure control

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 8:44 PM EDT2013-08-07 00:44:19 GMT
    This is still under study, but what a breakthrough for the millions with high blood pressure if it continues to show success. Tim Shockley volunteered to be the first to test this new device, after his
    This is still under study, but what a breakthrough for the millions with high blood pressure if it continues to show success.
  • AMBER ALERT: Suspect accused of killing mother, abducting 2 children

    AMBER ALERT: Suspect accused of killing mother, abducting 2 children

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 5:52 PM EDT2013-08-06 21:52:32 GMT
    From the National Center for Missing and Exploited children:An Amber Alert has been activated in San Diego and Imperial Counties on August 3 at 5 p.m. Two children were abducted from the city of Boulevard,
    The Associate Press reports that 40-year-old James Lee DiMaggio is suspected of killing a woman and possibly another person setting fire to the home and kidnapping her two children.
  • Hinneburg named Preseason Freshman of the Year

    Hinneburg named Preseason Freshman of the Year

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 3:58 PM EDT2013-08-06 19:58:10 GMT
    From Texas Tech Athletics:Texas Tech freshman Victoria Hinneburg was named the Big 12 Preseason Co-Freshman of the Year on Tuesday, marking the first time a Red Raider has ever garnered the award. Hinneburg,
    Texas Tech freshman Victoria Hinneburg was named the Big 12 Preseason Co-Freshman of the Year on Tuesday, marking the first time a Red Raider has ever garnered the award.
  • Citizens challenge Mayor on timing of LP&L rate increase

    Citizens challenge Mayor on timing of LP&L rate increase

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 1:01 PM EDT2013-08-06 17:01:28 GMT
    Early Tuesday morning, Lubbock residents were invited to meet with Mayor Glen Robertson for his annual Coffee with the Mayor.Many people gathered at Market Street with questions about the recent LP&L increases.
    Early Tuesday morning, Lubbock residents were invited to meet and have coffee with Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson.
  • Southcrest Christian names Kidder new athletic director

    Southcrest Christian names Kidder new athletic director

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 11:40 AM EDT2013-08-06 15:40:52 GMT
    From Southcrest Christian School:Southcrest Christian School proudly announced a new addition to their team today, Athletic Director Jeff Kidder. "We are so excited to welcome Coach Kidder to the Southcrest
    Southcrest Christian School proudly announced a new addition to their team today, Athletic Director Jeff Kidder.
  • Police respond to 3 tractor-trailer accident on Hwy 84

    Police respond to 3 tractor-trailer accident on Hwy 84

    Tuesday, August 6 2013 11:28 AM EDT2013-08-06 15:28:10 GMT
    Police responded to an accident involving three tractor-trailers on Highway 84, 8 miles outside of Post Tuesday.Just before 8 a.m., the first rolled over. Another tractor-trailer stopped to help the first
    Police responded to an accident involving three tractor-trailers on Highway 84, 8 miles outside of Post Tuesday.
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