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Past articles by Karin:

Medication Clean Out Disposes of more than Just Drugs

Jeannie Jaramillo works at the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy in Amarillo. That’s where she also serves as Director of the Texas Panhandle Poison Control Center. She says they see reasons every day why we need to make an effort like this to reduce the risk of poisoning and overdose. → Read More

KCBD mourns loss of longtime newsman

A personal note from KCBD, in the loss of a former employee who helped shape our newsroom for nearly 40 years. Ralph Shelton died Thursday, Oct. 1. → Read More

END ZONE: Scores and highlights for Friday, Sept. 25

Here’s Pete with your high school football scores and highlights for Friday night! → Read More

Remembering Kelly Plasker

The KCBD family extends our sympathy to Kelly Plasker’s family. But we also express our gratitude for the time we shared with Kelly, someone who always brought joy to the newsroom. → Read More

‘Golden Girls’ house is for sale, but it’s not in Florida

It’s not in South Florida. You can find it in Brentwood, California. → Read More

Katherine Wells provides COVID-19 update before holiday weekend

With millions cooped up at home for so many months, this holiday weekend is expected to be a busy one for families wanting to escape their home town. → Read More

Comparing COVID-19 case numbers Lubbock vs. Amarillo

Our total case number for COVID-19 in Lubbock today is 614. Compare that to 1,939 in the Amarillo area. → Read More

COVID-19 Takes Tahoka Man at Age 40

Mack Garza, an employee for the City of Tahoka, died after battling COVID-19 this morning. He was just 40 years old. → Read More

Fertility specialist encouraging everyone to use masks, gloves during COVID-19

Dr. Jennifer Phy is a fertility specialist at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. She says pregnant women are not at any extra risk for COVID-19, but she is encouraging everyone to wear masks and gloves. → Read More

2020 campaigns go digital amid fears of coronavirus spread

With control of the White House at stake, candidates have been forced to ditch well-honed strategies in favor of untested tactics. → Read More

UPDATE: Firefighter Matt Dawson out of ICU

Family of Matt Dawson announced Wednesday that he is coming out of ICU and being moved to a long term care facility. → Read More

Vaping Patients in Lubbock too

There are many people who vape with no ill effects... But as one Lubbock doctor told us, it is a gamble. → Read More

Possible Pill for Migraine Relief

An experimental drug is showing promise in the treatment of migraines. → Read More

Iowa girl faces her 43rd surgery; she’s only 4

A 4-year-old girl with a vascular ring will have her 43rd surgery later this month. → Read More

New support group for ALS: Nice Guys Disease

"ALS is not a death sentence. It's a call to live our life." → Read More

Texas Tech Physicians hosting drug drop-off Saturday, Oct. 12

It's time again for a Medicine Clean-Out, thanks to the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. → Read More

Anxiety in School: What to look for in your child

How do you know when a healthy dose of the jitters becomes an overwhelming anxiety? → Read More

Officer scolds pursuit suspect for putting civilians in danger

Bodycam catches Norman officer scold pursuit suspect for putting innocent lives at risk. → Read More

Tahoka declares Be Like Lenda Month

It’s one thing to have a day named after you, but to have a month when everybody else is asked to be like you? → Read More

TTUHSC to host free skin cancer screening

May is skin cancer awareness month. And according to the National Cancer Institute, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. → Read More