August 9, 2002 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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August 9, 2002

                 

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  • 9/8/02

    Honoring First Responders

    About 900 people gathered on the grounds of Calvary Church to honor first responders.
  • 8/9/02

    Bariatric Patients Seeking Lawyers

    New information on Friday night about Highland Medical Center's weight loss surgeries that apparently have left one woman dead and at least three others with complications.
  • 8/9/02

    Tony Sanchez in the Hub City

    The 2002 - 2003 race for Texas governor has been a bumpy one with both Sanchez and Governor Perry launching negative ads against one another. Democratic candidate Tony Sanchez was campaigning in Lubbock on Friday.
  • 8/9/02

    Malpractice Lawsuits Surface about Highland Medical Center

    Three people remain in critical condition here in Lubbock on Friday after suffering complications from weight reduction surgery. However, NewsChannel 11 found new information about Highland Medical Center's weight reduction surgery program.
  • 8/9/02

    Saints Open Preseason Against Texans

    When the Houston Texans and the Saints meet on Saturday night in New Orleans, neither coach is going to get to look at some players they really want on the field.
  • 8/9/02

    Switzer Not Mad About Hall of Fame Delay

    The former Dallas head coach is set to be enshrined on Saturday in the College Football Hall of Fame.
  • 8/9/02

    Texas Coverage 8.9

    The West Nile Virus is infecting Texas horses, and a bizarre incident stops traffic on I-35 in Dallas for two hours. These stories and more top NewsChannel 11's Texas Coverage.
  • 8/9/02

    Elephants Get a Wash After Big Show

    The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus opened on Thursday night. On Friday, a few of the stars of the show got a nice bath.
  • 8/9/02

    Thousands Gather for LISD Convocation

    LISD educators gather to build momentum for the upcoming school year.
  • 8/9/02

    UMC Gets Above Average Score

    On Friday, UMC received an above average rating, according to a national group that surveys hospitals nationwide.
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