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October 3, 2013

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  • Kingsbury will see familiar face across the field Saturday

    Kingsbury will see familiar face across the field Saturday

    Saturday, October 5 2013 7:30 AM EDT2013-10-05 11:30:08 GMT
    This Saturday, Coach Kliff Kingsbury and the Red Raiders will be in Lawrence, Kansas to face Head Coach Charlie Weis and the Kansas Jayhawks. Kingsbury knows Weis all too well from his time spent as a
    This Saturday, Coach Kliff Kingsbury and the Red Raiders will be in Lawrence, Kansas to face Head Coach Charlie Weis and the Kansas Jayhawks.
  • Neugebauer: 'My beef was not with the Parks Ranger'

    Neugebauer: 'My beef was not with the Parks Ranger'

    Thursday, October 3 2013 11:06 PM EDT2013-10-04 03:06:18 GMT
    Congressman Randy Neugebauer was in his office when capitol police told him shots had been fired outside. He called the incident "disconcerting," but praised law enforcement for their quick response. Neugebauer
    Neugebauer spoke with KCBD's Sarah-Blake Morgan on Thursday about the shooting, the shutdown, and his now-famous confrontation with a Park Ranger at the World War II memorial on Wednesday.
  • Food For Thought: 10.3

    Food For Thought: 10.3

    Thursday, October 3 2013 10:34 PM EDT2013-10-04 02:34:03 GMT
    We start at the bottom of the list. Hong Kong at 4845 50th was cited with 11 critical violations. * Raw chicken, raw beef and other food items were above the safe cold hold of 41 degrees. * Salmon and
    Three restaurants find themselves at the top of the list - each one a repeat top performer
  • Lubbock non profits adjusting to loss of federal funds

    Lubbock non profits adjusting to loss of federal funds

    Thursday, October 3 2013 9:03 PM EDT2013-10-04 01:03:15 GMT
    The partial Government shutdown has reached day three and for one local nonprofit organization it came with a rude awakening. "We got notification today that the Federal funding that we rely on each month
    The partial government shutdown has reached day three and for one local non profit organization, it came as a rude awakening.
  • Free Women's Health Day: Why you might need it more than you think

    Free Women's Health Day: Why you might need it more than you think

    Thursday, October 3 2013 9:02 PM EDT2013-10-04 01:02:49 GMT
    The Texas Tech Medical School is a part of a growing trend across the country to create health clinics run by medical students to reach the under-served who need care. That free clinic in Lubbock opens
    The Texas Tech Medical School is a part of a growing trend across the country to create health clinics run by medical students to reach the under-served who need care.
  • How the government shutdown is now affecting cancer trials

    How the government shutdown is now affecting cancer trials

    Thursday, October 3 2013 8:55 PM EDT2013-10-04 00:55:12 GMT
    It is frustrating enough when a government shutdown affects your job, but imagine, if in the process, it also brings a halt to something that could save your life. That's the heartbreak for many who
    It is frustrating enough when a government shutdown affects your job, but imagine, if in the process, it also brings a halt to something that could save your life.
  • Cold front could bring chilly weekend to South Plains

    Cold front could bring chilly weekend to South Plains

    Thursday, October 3 2013 7:06 PM EDT2013-10-03 23:06:33 GMT
    The South Plains has been experiencing afternoon temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above early-October averages for the past few days. However, a storm system, and a strong Fall cold front, will bring shocking
    A storm system, and a strong Fall cold front, will bring shocking changes to West Texas weather late Friday.
  • Lubbock woman homeless after early morning fire

    Lubbock woman homeless after early morning fire

    Thursday, October 3 2013 4:24 PM EDT2013-10-03 20:24:14 GMT
    A Lubbock woman is without a home Thursday after an early morning fire in north Lubbock. Firefighters put out the flames but determined that the home was a total loss. 65-year old Juanita Ramirez was
    A Lubbock woman is without a home Thursday after an early morning fire in north Lubbock. Firefighters put out the flames but determined that the home was a total loss.
  • Texas named best in Global Trade

    Texas named best in Global Trade

    Thursday, October 3 2013 2:44 PM EDT2013-10-03 18:44:05 GMT
    Provided by Texas Governor's Office Texas has been named the top state for global trade by Global Trade Magazine. The Lone Star State, which has led the nation in exports for 11 consecutive years, beat
    Provided by Texas Governor's Office Texas has been named the top state for global trade by Global Trade Magazine. The Lone Star State, which has led the nation in exports for 11 consecutive years, beat
  • Lubbock man sentenced to 24 months for committing perjury

    Lubbock man sentenced to 24 months for committing perjury

    Thursday, October 3 2013 1:38 PM EDT2013-10-03 17:38:43 GMT
    Provided by U.S. Department of Justice Ernesto Garcia, 59, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 24 months in federal prison, and a term of three years supervised
    Ernesto Garcia, 59, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to 24 months in federal prison, and a term of three years supervised release, following his guilty plea in June 2013 to one count of perjury...
  • Former Yoakum County Sheriff's Deputy pleads guilty in cocaine distribution scheme

    Former Yoakum County Sheriff's Deputy pleads guilty in cocaine distribution scheme

    Thursday, October 3 2013 1:38 PM EDT2013-10-03 17:38:15 GMT
    Provided by U.S. Department of Justice Inoe R. Valdez, Jr., 43, a former deputy sheriff with the Yoakum County Sherriff's Department (YCSD), appeared in federal court today and pleaded guilty to a felony
    Inoe R. Valdez, Jr., 43, a former deputy sheriff with the Yoakum County Sherriff's Department (YCSD), appeared in federal court today and pleaded guilty to a felony offense stemming from his involvement in a cocaine distribution conspiracy...
  • Gordon Harris makes third attempt to recall Floyd Price

    Gordon Harris makes third attempt to recall Floyd Price

    Thursday, October 3 2013 1:04 PM EDT2013-10-03 17:04:49 GMT
    District 2 resident Gordon Harris has turned in yet another petition to recall Councilman Floyd Price. Harris turned in a petition with 1,055 signatures on Thursday morning. His previous two petitions
    District 2 resident Gordon Harris has turned in yet another petition to recall Councilman Floyd Price.
  • 66th Annual Terry County Harvest Festival begins Thursday

    66th Annual Terry County Harvest Festival begins Thursday

    Thursday, October 3 2013 12:20 PM EDT2013-10-03 16:20:11 GMT
    Brownfield will be hosting the 66th Annual Terry Co. Harvest Festival beginning Thursday, Oct. 3, through Saturday, Oct. 5. Thursday's events will include a Pageant and Talent Show at the Brownfield Middle
    Brownfield will be hosting the 66th Annual Terry Co. Harvest Festival beginning Thursday, Oct. 3, through Saturday, Oct. 5.
  • Mexican American School Board Members elect Mario Ybarra

    Mexican American School Board Members elect Mario Ybarra

    Thursday, October 3 2013 11:55 AM EDT2013-10-03 15:55:46 GMT
    Provided by Lubbock ISD Mario Ybarra, District 1 Representative on the Lubbock Independent School District Board of Trustees, was recently named to the Mexican American School Board Members Association
    Mario Ybarra, District 1 Representative on the Lubbock Independent School District Board of Trustees, was recently named to the Mexican American School Board Members Association (MASBA) Board of Directors.
  • Lubbock woman cancer-free after help from Komen Race

    Lubbock woman cancer-free after help from Komen Race

    Thursday, October 3 2013 11:32 AM EDT2013-10-03 15:32:26 GMT
    This year, more than 4,000 people are expected to participate in the 19th Annual Komen Lubbock Race for the Cure.  The race takes place this Saturday, and organizers are hoping to raise more than $400,000.
    This year, more than 4,000 people are expected to participate in the 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Lubbock Race for the Cure.
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