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August 27, 2013

                       

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  • E-cigarettes and their danger to you

    E-cigarettes and their danger to you

    Sunday, September 8 2013 4:54 PM EDT2013-09-08 20:54:04 GMT
    The French National Consumers Institute is blasting e-cigarettes. It says they're not as harmless as manufacturers make them out to be, claiming they contain a number of proven cancer causing chemicals.
    The French National Consumers Institute claims in a recent article that e-cigarettes could be more harmful than they seem.

  • City of Crosbyton lifts boil water notice

    City of Crosbyton lifts boil water notice

    Sunday, September 1 2013 8:25 PM EDT2013-09-02 00:25:29 GMT
    The City of Crosbyton is under a boil water notice until further notice. The city lost water pressure after a major leak. Crews are working to fix the problem now. Copyright 2013 KCBD. All rights res
    The City of Crosbyton has lifted the boil water notice they issued on Aug. 27. Test samples indicate the water is safe to drink.
  • Consider This...Weed Problem

    Consider This...Weed Problem

    Wednesday, August 28 2013 12:14 AM EDT2013-08-28 04:14:14 GMT
    Last week our news department brought attention to a big problem in the city, overgrown weeds. It was so bad, the city codes department had taken over 6,000 complaints. And it was dangerous, too. The
    Last week our news department brought attention to a big problem in the city, overgrown weeds.
  • 4 indicted on prostitution charges after Red Roof Inn sting

    4 indicted on prostitution charges after Red Roof Inn sting

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 10:42 PM EDT2013-08-28 02:42:36 GMT
    A Lubbock grand jury has indicted four suspects arrested during a prostitution sting last month. Police discovered two underage victims during their sting operation at the Red Roof Inn. Now, Gregori
    A Lubbock grand jury has indicted four suspects arrested during a prostitution sting last month.
  • Jurors view video confession in second day of Dunn trial

    Jurors view video confession in second day of Dunn trial

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 9:54 PM EDT2013-08-28 01:54:50 GMT
    Day two of testimony has concluded in the Kenneth Ray Dunn trial. The trial will continue Wednesday at 9 a.m. Dunn is accused of killing 43-year-old Stephanie Williams in Lubbock in January of last year.
    In the video, Dunn confessed to killing Williams. He told the detectives it got aggressive between the two of them, it escalated, and things got out of hand.
  • Could 'smart meters' save you money?

    Could 'smart meters' save you money?

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 9:32 PM EDT2013-08-28 01:32:51 GMT
    The LP&L board discussed the potential of switching from the existing meters to ‘smart' meters on Tuesday. Council members listened to a presentation by Elster Metering about what this new technology
    The LP&L board discussed the potential of switching from the existing meters to ‘smart' meters on Tuesday.
  • 3 indicted in Skool House shooting

    3 indicted in Skool House shooting

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 8:26 PM EDT2013-08-28 00:26:02 GMT
    Three suspects are now headed to trial for a deadly shooting in July. That's when Christopher Ayers was shot and killed outside the Skool House Club in east Lubbock. On Tuesday, a Lubbock County grand
    Three suspects are now headed to trial in connection with a deadly shooting in July.
  • Gaines County investigators discover moonshine at vet clinic

    Gaines County investigators discover moonshine at vet clinic

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 4:17 PM EDT2013-08-27 20:17:14 GMT
    Gaines County Sheriff's Office discovered moonshine during a weekend bust at a veterinary clinic located east of Seminole on U.S. Highway 180. Officers uncovered 36 1/2 gallons of moonshine (22 gallon
    Investigators with the Gaines County Sheriff's Office discovered moonshine during a weekend bust at a veterinary clinic located east of Seminole on U.S. Highway 180.
  • Omni owner hires crane, begins removing tiles

    Omni owner hires crane, begins removing tiles

    Tuesday, August 27 2013 2:47 PM EDT2013-08-27 18:47:23 GMT
    The owner of the Omni building has taken action. According to Stuart Walker with the City of Lubbock a crane has been hired to begin taking the EIFS, or exterior insulation finishing system, material off
    Just a couple weeks after the city of Lubbock filed a lawsuit against him, the owner of the Omni building has taken action to address the safety hazard.
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