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  • Pro-Life organization celebrates close of Lubbock abortion clinic

    Pro-Life organization celebrates close of Lubbock abortion clinic

    Sunday, November 3 2013 10:37 PM EST2013-11-04 03:37:49 GMT
    Members of the local 40 Days for Life organization gathered in front of the Women's Health Center at 67th and Indiana and celebrated Texas's new abortion laws. The organization as well as members of the
    Members of the local 40 Days for Life organization gathered in front of the Women's Health Center at 67th and Indiana on Sunday to show their support for Texas' new abortion laws.
  • DUI accident sends baby, two drivers to hospital

    DUI accident sends baby, two drivers to hospital

    Sunday, November 3 2013 1:56 PM EST2013-11-03 18:56:22 GMT
    A DUI accident Saturday night involving three people sent one small child to the hospital. Lubbock police said the accident happened just before midnight, when a west-bound truck was speeding onto the
    A DUI accident Saturday night involving three people sent one small child to the hospital.

       
  • John Lennon's childhood home sold at auction

    John Lennon's childhood home sold at auction

    Sunday, November 3 2013 1:33 PM EST2013-11-03 18:33:01 GMT
    The home where John Lennon spent the first years of his life was sold at an auction this week. A telephone bidder, who reportedly wanted to remain anonymous, bought the three bedroom brick home in Liverpool
    The home where John Lennon spent the first years of his life was sold at an auction this week.
  • Plainview-flavored Queens win in Robertson’s debut

    Plainview-flavored Queens win in Robertson’s debut

    Sunday, November 3 2013 1:22 PM EST2013-11-03 18:22:52 GMT
    Provided by: Wayland Baptist University The Alesha Robertson era at Wayland Baptist University began in grand fashion – and with a distinctive Plainview flavor – as the Flying Queens defeated Huston-Tillotson
    The Alesha Robertson era at Wayland Baptist University began in grand fashion – and with a distinctive Plainview flavor – as the Flying Queens defeated Huston-Tillotson on Saturday night in Hutcherson Center, 94-67.
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