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Past articles by Dan:

Police video shows officer trying to handcuff young boy at Florida school

The 8-year-old was arrested on a felony battery charge for allegedly punching a teacher in the chest. His family says he has ADHD and a defiance disorder, both of which the school knew about, and it should never have come to this. → Read More

Consider This: Tornado sirens on the radar

Consider This: A proposal from city hall on a long overdue project we can all support. → Read More

Consider This: Local business needs us like never before

Consider This: We all have a role during this crisis. → Read More

Consider This: A special message about COVID-19, KCBD and you

Like most companies, we are taking every step possible to protect our employees and plan for worst case scenarios. Because we know you count on us to do our jobs. And more than ever, to do them calmly and professionally. → Read More

Consider This: Lubbock needs Tornado Sirens

New Consider This from KCBD General Manager Dan Jackson → Read More

Consider This: Council Hijackers and Heroes

In a split vote late Tuesday night, Lubbock City Council voted for the zoning change needed to allow the Lubbock County Expo Center to be built at the location approved by voters more than a year ago. → Read More

Man in Lubbock charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child

Curtis Williams, 62, has been charged by the grand jury of a first degree felony of aggravated sexual assault of a child. → Read More

Consider This: Join Me In A Prayer

The tremendous display of honor for Lubbock’s fallen first responders has once again revealed the true spirit of compassion, respect, and empathy so unique to our community. → Read More

WATCH: bus bursts into flames, driver evacuates team

A middle school boys basketball team escaped their bus as it burst into flames. → Read More

Consider This: A thank you to a former Chancellor for a new vet school

New Consider This from KCBD General Manager Dan Jackson → Read More

Consider this: Honor, Courage, and Closure

The veterans that travel every year on the South Plains Honor Flight have embodied every meaning of the word honor. → Read More

Consider This: Saluting Bravery

As I watched the tragic events in Odessa unfold this weekend, I was reminded what I said here just last week. From a law enforcement officer’s perspective, there is no such thing as a routine traffic stop. → Read More

Consider This: The Year of the Matador

Consider this... get your guns up Red Raiders, this is the Year of the Matador and we’re only halfway through. → Read More

Consider This: Buy local this Christmas shopping season

Consider this … plan to do as much of your Christmas shopping with local businesses as you can. → Read More

Consider This: Vote yes on Lubbock ISD bond

Consider this… I am voting for the Lubbock ISD Bond and I hope you will consider doing the same. → Read More

Consider This: honoring the memory of Texas Tech Officer Floyd East Jr.

Consider this … we honor the memory of Texas Tech Officer Floyd East Jr. , and all who serve in law enforcement. → Read More

Consider This: time for Rick Francis to act like a Red Raider

Consider this … it’s time for Chairman Rick Francis to act like a Red Raider and be accountable this Thursday! → Read More

Consider This: Duncan forced out for championing Tech Vet School

Next legislative session, our lawmakers need to change how regents are appointed. Governor Abbott has absolute power over the process, and that process is corrupted with politics and influence. → Read More

Consider This: Taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for council's hig

If the Lubbock City Council wants its high-dollar projects, let it tighten its belt like the rest of us do. → Read More

Consider This: Why are TTU regents dragging their feet on vet sc

"I hear rumors that Governor Abbott's Chief of Staff, a graduate of Texas A&M and an opponent of the Texas Tech Vet School, is quietly pressuring Regents to do nothing." → Read More