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Unsafe Bassinet/Cradle Sold Online Recalled

A bassinet/cradle has been recalled due to fall and suffocation hazards affecting an estimated 13,000 units, said the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission on Tuesday.

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Selection of Shakespeare Scenes From South Plains College

The Shakespeare Project runs March 26-29 at South Plains College’s Helen Devitt Jones Theatre and features a cross section of scenes from the bard including Hamlet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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Texas Attorney General’s Office Offers Tips to Avoid Consumer Scams

In honor of National Consumer Protection week, the Texas Attorney General’s Office is reminding the public of consumer protection resources available at their website.

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High Plains Underground Water Conservation District Public Hearing on Well Exemption Rule Revisions

The High Plains Underground Water Conservation District Board of Directors will hold a public hearing next week in Tulia to discuss changes to a well exemption rule.

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Phishing Scam Featuring Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Name Circulating the Web

The Texas Attorney General’s Office is warning Texans about a malicious email featuring Attorney General Ken Paxton’s name.

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Chad Hasty, KFYO.com
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Senator Charles Perry Files Several Bills Intended to Reduce Government Spending

State Senator Charles Perry filed several bills today intended to reduce government spending.

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TxDOT Lubbock, Twitter
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South Plains Delays for Monday, February 23, 2015

Lubbock, Frenship and Idalou ISDs have all announced delays for Monday

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Chad Hasty, KFYO.com
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Texas Attorney General Fights ‘Rogue’ County, Seeks Writ of Mandamus

Following the issuance of a marriage license for two women in Travis County this week, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is seeking a mandate that would invalidate the marriage.

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50 Shades of Grey Publisher Wins Royalty Dispute

A partner in the publishing firm that originally published 50 Shades of Grey won a trial this week over royalty disputes for the trio of novels that have sold more than 100 million copies.

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Six Flags Announces Fifth Consecutive Year of Record-Breaking Revenues

The regional theme park operator listed $1.2 billion in revenue for 2014, a six percent increase from 2013.

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