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Area Law Enforcement Agencies Search for Child Abducted by Mother from Sundown, Tx, Police Department

The Lubbock Sheriff's Office and other regional law enforcement agencies are searching for a child who was abducted on the morning of Wednesday, December 3, in Hockley County.

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Amarillo Suspects Plead Guilty to Aiming Laser Pointer at DPS Helicopter

Two Amarillo residents have pleaded guilty to one count each of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft and aiding and abetting and face up to five years in federal prison.

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Arizona Man Pleads Guilty to Two Amarillo Bank Robberies

An Arizona man pleaded guilty to robbing a bank in Amarillo, Texas, at a Wednesday, November 26, hearing.

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Xcel Energy Warns Customers About Holiday Phone Scams

Xcel Energy is reminding the public of a few tips to avoid phone scams over the holidays, the number one being hang-up immediately if you feel suspicious of the caller’s intent.

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Holiday Lighting, Winter Appliances and Furnace Tips and Reminders

The holiday season is coming up and everybody knows that extra appliances and lights are used everywhere, which create a need for awareness and some simple maintenance.

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Captain Bobby Parker from Lubbock’s Salvation Army on The Chad Hasty Show [VIDEO]

Captain Parker talked about donations to the Salvation Army and how they are used, as well as the Salvation Army's goals and how it assists people in the local community.

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Texas Conservatives Speak Out Against Obama’s Executive Order

Texas Republicans vow action against President Obama's executive order on immigration

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Special Rangers Seeking Stolen Cattle

Special Rangers Dean Bohannon and Harold Dempsey with the Texas Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association are seeking information on the theft of 25 head of livestock that were stolen from a Potter County Texas ranch sometime between Feb

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Carson County Drug Bust Nets More than Two Pounds of Cocaine

A traffic stop on I-40 near Conway in Carson County, Texas, resulted in the seizure of more than two pounds of cocaine.

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Texas Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison for Violent Hate Crime

A Springtown, Texas, man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in federal prison for perpetrating a violent hate crime, reports Sarah R. Saldana of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas.

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