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Lubbock police search Medina residence

Lubbock City Attorney Sam Medina's home and one other residence owned by him were the targets of searches this morning by Lubbock Police.

Police officers and detectives arrived simultaneously at 6605 Norwood and 2310 61st Street at 7:30am this morning, and were observed going in and out of both locations with a camera

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Nuke waste plant 193 miles from Lubbock investigates leak

The nation's only underground nuclear waste repository, located approximately 193 miles from Lubbock, continues its investigation into why a radiation sensor alarm was activated Friday night. Yesterday, an independent monitoring center said  it found radioactive isotopes in an air sensor about a half mile from the southeastern New Mexico plant 26 miles east of Carlsbad.

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Early Voting Begins Today in Texas

Voters in Lubbock have a wide variety of locations to choose from when voting. Today's voting locations include:

Lubbock County Elections Office, 1308 Crickets Ave
United Supermarket, 2630 Parkway Dr
United Supermarket, 112 N University Ave – Amigos
United Supermarket, 401 Slide Road (4th & Slide)
United Supermarkets, 1701 50th St (50th & Avenue Q)
United Supermarkets, 4425 19th St (19th & Quaker Ave)
United Supermarkets,2703 82nd St (82nd & Boston Ave)
United Supermarkets,8010 Frankford (82nd & Frankford)
United Supermarkets,4205 98th St (98th & Quaker Ave)
Texas Tech University Rec Center,Hartford Ave & Main St
Slaton ISD Administration Office, 140 E Panhandle, Slaton
Roosevelt Clubhouse,1400 CR 3300
Shallowater Community Center,902 Avenue H, Shallowater
City of Wolfforth,302 Main St, Wolfforth
Ventura Place,3026 54th St

Election officials want to remind Texas voters that they must present a valid state or federal ID with a photo to vote.

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GOP Primary Challengers Debate

The two men challenging incumbent Congressman Randy Neugebauer in the upcoming GOP primary election met in a town-hall style debate last night, explaining to voters their positions on both local and national policy issues

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Child star, U.S. Ambassador Shirley Temple Black dies at California Home

Shirley Temple Black, one of the most popular child movie stars of all time died in her Northern California home last night. She was 85. No cause of death has been reported.

From 1935 through 1938, Temple was the top box-office draw in the nation

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Candidates report cash as primary nears

With a little less than four weeks to go before the primary election, candidates are hustling to raise money – and some have been more successful than others.

Congressman Randy Neugebauer, who faces Dr

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Area under winter weather advisory: Use caution on roadways

Lubbock ISD schools will open on time this morning.

Lubbock County offices will open at 10 a.m., as will the Lubbock County Courthouse.

TXDOT is advising motorists to use extra caution on icy roadways

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Oscar-Winner Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead at 46

Philip Seymour Hoffman, a towering icon of modern cinema, was found dead in his Manhattan apartment today according to the Wall Street Journal and New York Post. He was 46 years old.

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Lubbock Students Celebrate Chinese New Year

Today marks the beginning of the Chinese New Year and one local Lubbock school is marking the occasion.

Fourth and Fifth grade students at Miller Elementary School are participating in a Chinese New Year Celebration today

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West Texas Water Issues Conference

The Texas Groundwater Association will hold its annual meeting in Lubbock this week.

The water volume numbers for this most recent year are not yet available but in 2012 the underground water table in the South Plains dropped almost two feet on average

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