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FBI Seeks Information on E-Mail Scheme Suspects
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FBI Seeks Information on E-Mail Scheme Suspects

from FBI FBI Dallas Seeking Information on Suspects in E-mail Compromise Scheme DALLAS, TX—The FBI Dallas Field Office is seeking information regarding two unknown suspects, believed to be located in the greater Atlanta region, involved in an e-mail compromise scheme. The individuals each withdrew a significant amount of fraudulently obtained […]

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Best Burgers In Lubbock
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Best Burgers In Lubbock

Lubbock Chronicle’s Top 10 Best Burgers In Lubbock This is our opinion of what is the “Best Burger in Lubbock” Yes, we do have a local bias but with good reason. Let us know what you think in the comment section. 1. Tommy’s Burgers  * 117 University Ave Jumbo burger […]

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City of Lubbock Starts Broadway Ave Project
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City of Lubbock Starts Broadway Ave Project

(from City of Lubbock) BROADWAY STRIPING PROJECT The City has developed a project to reconfigure Broadway with a continuous left turn lane and bicycle lanes from University Avenue to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Starting Monday, June 19th, Barricades Unlimited will measure and pre-mark new lane lines during the day […]

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NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT 98TH & AVENUE P
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NEW TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT 98TH & AVENUE P

(from City of Lubbock) The City of Lubbock has completed the installation of the new traffic signal at 98th Street and Avenue P. Tuesday morning, June 6th, the traffic signal will begin operating in an all-red flash mode, requiring all drivers to continue treating the intersection as a four-way stop. […]

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Membership Campaign to begin in June for Museum of Texas Tech University Association
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Membership Campaign to begin in June for Museum of Texas Tech University Association

from The Museum of Texas Tech University Association The Museum of Texas Tech University Association is embarking on a Membership Drive during the month of June. The Association is anxious to offer unique opportunities for those looking for additional programs, educational opportunities, gallery openings, etc., in conjunction with Museum offerings. Those […]

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PROJECT EXPANDING INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
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PROJECT EXPANDING INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

LUBBOCK — The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is set to begin work on a $691,771 project that will expand the Lubbock District’s Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) by adding six Dynamic Message Boards (DMS) to the network. Work to install DMS along I-27 in Hale and Swisher counties, US 60 […]

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AAA Texas: Statewide Gas Price Average Increases One Cent
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AAA Texas: Statewide Gas Price Average Increases One Cent

AAA Texas: Statewide Gas Price Average Increases One Cent (Coppell, TX) – The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.20 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is one cent more than last week and nine cents more per […]

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DWI Task Force UPDATE
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DWI Task Force UPDATE

from Texas Department of Public Safety LUBBOCK – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and law enforcement partners in the Lubbock region made 70 DWI arrests and 71 drug offense arrests during the Memorial Day weekend. A total of 77 officers participated in the DWI task force that ran […]

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CLICK IT OR TICKET’ CAMPAIGN SAVES MORE THAN 5,000 LIVES
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CLICK IT OR TICKET’ CAMPAIGN SAVES MORE THAN 5,000 LIVES

from Texas Dept. of Transportation 1 in 10 Texans not buckling up, resulting in 9 percent increase in unbelted deaths in 2016 AUSTIN – This month marks the 15th anniversary of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign urging Texans to buckle up. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates […]

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Hit and Run Turns Fatal, LPD Needs Your Help
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Hit and Run Turns Fatal, LPD Needs Your Help

(from Lubbock Police Dept) ***FRIDAY’S HIT & RUN TURNS FATAL*** The pedestrian struck in Friday’s hit and run, 24-year-old Alejandro Hernandez, was pronounced deceased at the hospital early this morning. At approximately 10:30p.m. Friday night, officers responded to a hit and run call in the 500 block of Slide Road. […]

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