Camelia Juarez, KCBD NewsChannel11

Camelia Juarez

KCBD NewsChannel11

Lubbock, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Camelia:

LISD event offers critical safety tips for children with disabilities

Lubbock ISD hosted an event on Wednesday that could save the lives of children living with disabilities. → Read More

Michael Hair, Post business man & devout Christian, laid to rest

A beloved man from Post was laid to rest today after a fatal motorcycle crash in New Mexico. → Read More

South Substation brings larger police presence to growing part of Lubbock

The city cut the ribbon on its newest substation near 140th Street and Indiana Avenue. → Read More

What to know as in-person trials resume

Judge William Eichman says although people will return to the courtroom, some protocols will remain. → Read More

Flatland Film Festival featuring West Texas talent, Thursday through Saturday

The Flatland Film Festival kicks off Thursday through Saturday at the LHUCA Firehouse Theatre. → Read More

Texas Tech football officials expect a full house for first home game

Texas Tech Athletics is expecting 55,000 people to fill Jones AT&T Stadium on Saturday. → Read More

City of Lubbock encourages use of My LBK app to report potholes, code violations

If you’ve seen more city clean up happening lately it’s due in part to the city’s app, My LBK. → Read More

Department of Defense chooses Texas Tech historians to bring lost Vietnam soldiers home

Historians will use “enemy documents,” journals and more to begin locating 1,585 missing Vietnam warriors. → Read More

‘Seek care, don’t just sit at home’: COVID-19 patients, vaccinated or not, have treatment options available

As hospitals fill up with COVID-19 patients, doctors are asking patients to seek care sooner. → Read More

Sights and sounds of Sales Tax Free Weekend

Most people are still at work on Fridays, but customers who came Friday say the lines don’t compare to Saturday. → Read More

‘Sergeant Bartlett did so much for our community’: Hundreds run a mile to memorialize Sgt. Josh Bartlett

Running for Heroes organizer Charlee Jennings says when the community is hurting--it’s important to come together. → Read More

Burglars break through walls to take money from The Shack BBQ

The Shack BBQ joint was burglarized over the weekend and Lubbock police need your help. → Read More

Once again, abandoned firework mess leaves residents frustrated

Though many don’t see the mess on July 5, the people living around the mess do. → Read More

What to know before you go to Fourth on Broadway

Organizers recommend you get an early start to enjoy Fourth on Broadway this year. Parking and event details here. → Read More

High water levels create new hazards for boaters this holiday weekend

High water levels have created unique boating hazards for folks heading to the lake this holiday weekend. → Read More

Lubbock mom excited for Ironman triathlon on Sunday

Athletes from across the country are heading to the Hub City for the first Ironman-sponsored triathlon. → Read More

Firework stand workers hope to eclipse last year’s “record breaking” sales

Keep in mind that fireworks are illegal inside the city limits, and you could face a thousand dollar fine. → Read More

Rep. Arrington says Port-to-Plains progressing through bi-partisan efforts

Efforts continue on the Port-to-Plains trade corridor, with White House negotiations slowly underway. → Read More

South Plains Food Bank at risk of losing Senior Box funding, due to decrease in demand

The pandemic has brought temporary relief, but as that support fades and grocery prices go up, seniors will need these meals next year. → Read More

United seeks to fill hundreds of jobs at mass hiring event

f you’re looking for a job, United Supermarkets’ three-day mass hiring event is underway. → Read More