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Palestinians look at the damage of a destroyed house where five members of the Ghannam family were killed in an Israeli missile strike early morning in Rafah refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip on Friday, July 11, 2014.
A Lubbock teen was critically injured when his vehicle struck a telephone pole Friday morning about 1.5 miles east of Slaton.
Irene Bolden-Burks twirls a baton for a talent show at the DDunbar all-school reunion at Joan Y. Ervin Elementary in Lubbock on Friday.
Longtime Texas Tech football fans remember defensive tackle Gabe Rivera fondly. His fierce pass-rushing earned him the nickname "Senor Sack."
Even though Capt. Robert Parker was serving others as an emergency responder in Lakeland, Florida, he said he felt that God was calling him to a greater purpose - one that makes an eternal impact on the lives of those he works with.
Researchers also will discuss how environmental and cultural clues fit into the picture of culture and the time period being investigated.
Two men and a boy were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion they used violence to rob a 22-year-old woman.
Chris Wooden doesn't want his unborn son living or going to school near a facility that stores hazardous materials.
On the corner of 28th Street and Ivory Avenue in East Lubbock stands an old schoolhouse.
The Truckin' Along U.S. Route 62/82 garage sale is set for 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.
Starting next week, San Antonio-based Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital will staff a satellite location in an unused office on the first floor of the main campus of Covenant Health in the professional office building.
Michael Clintsman speaks to the Lubbock City Council on Thursday. He, along with other members of a smoke-free group, are calling for an ordinance against public smoking.
After making room in the budget for the possible purchase of the troubled Omni Building last month, the Lubbock City Council officially voted to move forward with the buy Thursday evening.
Jennifer Burke, city coordinator for the "Living Proof Live" event, described Moore as a speaker who's "very in-depth" but "very easy to understand."
A Lubbock firefighter remains on paid administrative leave Thursday pending the results of a criminal investigation.
State Rep. Charles Perry has yet to withdraw his name from the Nov. 4 ballot but the race to replace him in House District 83 has another hopeful.
Lubbock Democrats will be meeting at their party office headquarters at 11 a.m. Thursday to express their concern about Greg Abbott's decision "to keep secret the locations of facilities storing hazardous and potentially lethal chemicals."
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 03:36 am
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