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Make-A-Wish Foundation Needs Help Bringing a 6-Year Old Sweetwater Boy’s Dreams to Life

The City of Sweetwater and the Make-A-Wish Foundation need your help in making a 6-year old boy's dream come true this Saturday (9/13).

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Where to Pay Respect in Lubbock, Texas to Those Who Died in the 9/11 Terror Attacks

Each year, Lubbock, Texas remembers those lost in the September 11 terror attacks by placing American flags at Bill and Ann Miller Park.

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Jody Smyers - KFYO.com
Jody Smyers - KFYO.com
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Mary Jane Buerkle from Plains Cotton Growers Talk About the Current South Plains Cotton Crop [AUDIO]

Buerkle spoke on the state of the current state of the cotton crop on the High Plains which, in general, is in fairly good shape. She is optimistic about this year's crop producing the average for the area, which is about 4 million bales. She said that the rain the High Plains is currently receiving is welcome, but just a little too late to do most farms a lot of good.

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Lubbock Listed Among Most Dangerous Texas Cities

Every state has dangerous cities. Where does Lubbock rank among other Texas cities? 

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Lady Raider Coaching Clinic

The Lady Raider Coaching Clinic will take place on October 19th at the United Supermarkets Arena.

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City of Lubbock
City of Lubbock
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Monthly Water Usage Continues to Rise in Lubbock but Remains Lower than Recent Years

Lubbock used 1.3 trillion gallons of water in August, which is the highest reported month since May, and has used nearly 12 trillion gallons during this fiscal year.

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Al Faison from the South Plains Honor Flight Talks About Upcoming fundraising Golf Tournament [AUDIO]

The tournament helps fund an annual trip that takes 100 World War II veterans to Washington D.C. to be able to visit the memorial to their service.

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Charles Perry and Jodey Arrington Issue Statements After Senate District 28 Special Election

Charles Perry won the Special Election for Senate District 28 on Tuesday

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Charles Perry Wins Texas Senate District 28 Seat

Charles Perry (R-Lubbock) has been elected for the Senate District 28 seat in Tuesday's (September 9) special election.

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Game Day Changes to ADA Parking at Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University has announced changes to their ADA parking for the 2014 season.

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