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Walmart to Close 269 Stores, Nearly 30 in Texas

Wal-Mart has announced plans to close 269 stores across the U.S. and globally.  According to a press release, officials with Wal-Mart indicated that after assessing their portfolio for 2015, there was a need for these closures to ensure Wal-Mart remains a healthy business.   

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Disney's The Little Mermaid Special Screening At The Walter Reade Theater
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Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ Coming to Lubbock

If one of your favorite Disney tales takes you under the sea, then Lubbock Moonlight Musical's presentation of Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' is sure to please.

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Bowie Elementary Names New Principal

The Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees has named Kim Callison as the new principal for Bowie Elementary School.

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Texas Tech University Names John Opperman as Interim President

The Texas Tech Board of Regents has named Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs John Opperman the interim president for Texas Tech University.

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Powerball ‘Green’ Isn’t the Only Green That Can Improve Your Life

With Powerball jackpot fever, everyone is thinking green. Well, there another type of green that will significantly improve your quality of life.

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Todd Klein Talks Mayor Race, Tornado Sirens, City Government [INTERVIEW]

Thursday on The Chad Hasty Show, Todd Klein, candidate for Lubbock Mayor, joined Chad in the KFYO studio to talk about the race and many issues facing the city.

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Powerball Jackpot Expected To Reach A Whopping Record-Breaking 1.5 Billion Dollars
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At Least Three Winners for Historic Powerball Jackpot

The winners are in California, Tennessee and Florida. The California Lottery reported that there were 12 other tickets that matched five of the six numbers.

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John Allen
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Lubbock Man Charged with Murder in Overnight Stabbing

Lubbock police have made an arrest in an overnight murder.

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Texas Tech Baseball Opens 2016 Ranked 25th In This Poll

The Texas Tech baseball team continues to rack up pre-season accolades as the Perfect Game preseason poll has ranked them 25th to begin the 2016 season.

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Crosbyton Man Pleads Guilty on Extortion Charge

On Wednesday, the Crosbyton man accused of demanding $525,000 and leaving threatening messages to Nathan Boardman pleaded guilty to an extortion charge.

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