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New Details Surface in Lubbock Prosperity Bank Robbery

More details have arisen from last week’s Prosperity Bank robbery including the amount of cash taken.

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Texas Rangers to Offer Fair Food & Bacon Booth

The Texas Rangers are upping their game in more ways than one this season. The team is adding two new concession booths, one being all fried fair type food and a booth serving everything made with bacon!

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Parkway Drive from MLK Blv. to Cherry Ave, Google Street View
Parkway Drive from MLK Blv. to Cherry Ave, Google Street View
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TxDOT Announces Second Public Hearing on Lubbock Parkway Drive Projects

TxDOT will hold the second public hearing for improvements to a stretch of US Highway 82, known as parkway drive, in Lubbock next week.

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Lubbock to Host Child Abuse Summit in April [Video]

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month, and Lubbock is hosting a Child Abuse Summit March 27, 2015 at the Knipling Education Conference Center.

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Traffic Signal Changes Coming to Central Lubbock

Another flashing yellow arrow will be installed Thursday in Lubbock at 31st St. and Quaker Ave.

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Midland Police Detonate 20,000 Pounds of Fireworks [Video]

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Post by Midland Police Department.

Midland, Texas Police recently aided the National Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in detonating 20,000 pounds of fireworks over three course of three days.

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Two-Car Crash Kills One at Marsha Sharp Freeway and I-27

Two-Car Crash Claims One Life in Lubbock.

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Dr. John Thomas Talks About Operation Hope Banquet Featuring Dr. Ben Carson [VIDEO]

Dr. John Thomas, founder of Operation Hope visited in studio talking about the organization's upcoming fundraiser and banquet which will feature Dr. Ben Carson as speaker.

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Governor Abbott Names March 18 Brain Injury Awareness Day

March 18 named Brain Injury Awareness Day as the Texas House passed a resolution recognizing March as Brain Injury Awareness Month throughout the state.

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Lubbock’s Go Red for Women Luncheon Tickets Available

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon takes place in Lubbock next month with part of the proceeds benefiting cardiovascular research.

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