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Congressman Randy Neugebauer Discusses Amnesty and Keystone Pipeline Bills

Nineteenth Congressional District Representative Randy Neugebauer visited with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac Monday morning to discuss the problems with the currently proposed immigration amnesty bill.

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United Supermarkets & Sara Lee Offer Free Pies for Meals on Wheels Donations

Mary Gerlach with Lubbock's Meals on Wheels program spoke with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac to discuss how United Supermarkets is partnering with Sara Lee to raise funds for the Meals on Wheels program.

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United Supermarkets to Educate Lubbock Citizens About Diabetes

Registered dietitian Brenda Duby with United Family of Supermarkets spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac of Lubbock's First News about November being Diabetes Awareness Month.

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Congressman Randy Neugebauer Feels President Owes Explanation for $6 Billion Spent in Iraq

Congressman Randy Neugebauer visited with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac Monday.

Neugebauer stated that he believes President Obama owes Congress and the American public an explanation on how the proposed $6 billion will be spent in the fight against ISIS.

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Ambassador Tibor Nagy. “We Look Like the Big International Doofuss” [AUDIO]

Ambassador, and current Vice Provost of International Affairs at Texas Tech University, Tibor Nagy Jr. visited with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac on Monday.

Nagy says Russian President Vladamir Putin is doing his best to push the limits of his power

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Lubbock Mayor: ‘It’s Not the Government’s Job to Get Into the Commercial Real Estate Business’

Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson stopped by the KFYO studio Friday morning after a Lubbock City Council meeting to visit with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac.

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Dr. Beth McQuiston Discusses New Technology to Diagnose Concussions on the Battlefield

Board certified neurologist Beth McQuiston spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac of Lubbock's First News about exciting new technology that will help diagnose brain trauma in military personnel while still in the battlefield.

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Bob Bluthardt Talks About the 2014 Edition of “Christmas on Old Fort Concho” [AUDIO]

"Christmas on Old Fort Concho" will be held in early December in San Angelo

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West Texas Congressional Delegation Re-Elected [AUDIO]

Congressmen Randy Neugebauer, Mike Conaway and Mac Thornberry were all re-elected to Congress

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David Weaver: South Plains Food Bank Assists 57,000 People Across South Plains

David Weaver, executive director of the South Plains Food Bank, visited with Lubbock's First News' Tom Collins and Laura Mac Thursday morning.

Weaver said even thought the food bank is "gearing up" for its annual "U Can Share " holiday food drive, the South Plains Food Bank is still taking donations and helping people all year long.

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