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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7219354?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 22 Dec 2017 11:00:07 +0000 Good Morning Lubbock KAMC's Good Morning Lubbock http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7219354?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KAMC i'm "emily falkenberg" monica has the morning off-- lexi i'm "lexi birmingham" in for alex this morning. emily it is <friday> , <december 22nd> alex the cold front has now moved through and we are feeling our first taste of winter this morning with temperatures in the 20s. do not expect it to get much warmer by this afternoon. temperatures are only expected to get up to about the 40s with mostly cloudy skies. there is a possibility of seeing some kind of wintry precipitation by this early evening, but this could change throughout the rest of the morning hours. we will keep you advised. emily vincent mendez pleaded guilty in court-- to shooting a man in the neck at a house party back in 2014.... it happened at a house party in northwest lubbock. lubbock county sheriff's deputies found 'raymond hockenberry'.. shot in the neck-- after some sort of altercation.. and mister hockenberry has been paralyzed from the neck down ever since. he was in court for the guilty plea.. and says he's glad to finally be able to move on. raymond hockenberry/shooting victim "people trying to be cruel or tough or anything. its more important to show compassion and kindness than anything else. because you never know what a person is going through, what theyve been through or what theyre feeling that day. " emily mendez is serving eight years in prison for the crime. emily a group of men are sharing their stories of physical and sexual abuse.. that took place while they lived at the cal farley boys ranch near amarillo. their stories were published wednesday morning in 'the guardian'-- they chronicle abuse by staff members-- house parents-- and even peers.. dating back to the 19-50's. administrators at the ranch say things have changed now.. but they don't deny the allegations. kamc's 'meredith avery' has the story. (meredith avery: reporting) decades ago, this postcard... was sent out by cal farley's boys ranch-- asking for donations for the children's home... while it's covered with smiling faces of little boys-- real life ranch---was anything but picture perfect. that's the story being told by boys ranch alum, steve smith, <steve smith/boys ranch alum> everybody in the dorm, they'd go through there and if you said yes they'd give you a whoopin', if you said no they'd give you a whoopin' smith moved to the ranch in 1957. he shares story-after-story of 11 years of physical abuse at boys ranch. and says his little brother had it worse. <steve smith/boys ranch alum>he just told me months ago, that he was raped out there. he's been carrying this around with him all his life. smith wasn't keeping his suffering a secret-- not on purpose . he says he's been trying for 50 years to tell people what happened... but no one would listen... that is, until janet heimlich came along. she founded an organization that had previously endorsed boys ranch for their good work... when smith told her she had the story wrong, she encouraged him to share his experience on a bigger platform.... that platform was an article published by the guardian--wednesd ay morning. the story garnered a response from cal farley's president and ceo dan adams, who wasn't around during the alleged abuse-- but says he's sorry for what these victims went through... 4<dan adams/president & ceo of cal farley's boys ranch>...i don't deny any of them their respective experiences and for those coming away from boys ranch experiencing some of those things i am very sorry about it, not only personally but for the organization. adams says these experiences weren't typical. 13<dan adams/president & ceo of cal farley's boys ranch>young men back then had different experiences in the same homes so it wasn't all bad and i think more good has happened at cal farley's than bad over the years, much more, many times over meredith avery kamc news. emily a seven-year-old boy was fatally shot near san antonio during a pursuit by bexar county sheriff's deputies. deputies say they made contact with a woman who had a weapon and threatened to shoot them. the woman led officers on a chase ending in a trailer park-- that's when authorities say she tried to break into random homes. as the woman stood on a porch... shots were fired... and the woman was killed. one of the bullets also struck and killed a boy inside one of the trailers. police say the woman had no connection to the child. authorities also said no weapon was recovered at the scene where the woman died thursday. the four deputies involved are now on administrative leave ... and are cooperating with the investigation. emily a houton gun range where a father of triplets was fatally shot last week is now closed indefinitely. police say a gun range employee was working on a hunting rifle when it suddenly went off. joshua luke cummings was outside, walking toward the building, when a bullet hit him in the head. homicide detectives are interviewing all the employees and trying to determine if human error or a gun malfunction is to blame. the harris county sheriff's office said last week a grand jury will determine if charges will be filed. meanwhile, the gun range's facebook page says it will be closed until further notice. emily we're learning more about the kidnapping of an infant and the murder of her mother. on thursday a woman was brought into custody-- and we're learning what she told homicide detectives when they recovered the baby-- and what was found in her pocket that also tied her to the crime. jessica willey reports. erika miranda alvarez-- the accused killer did not appear in court for medical reasons but a prosecutor read the probable cause against her. sot she took the complainant's daughter because she did not want to disappoint her boyfriend a twisted plot to cover up the fact that erika miranda alvarez had recently lost a baby, houston police say. in the criminal complaint against her made public, investigators list scissors as the murder weapon-- what they believe miranda-alvarez used to kill carolina flores miranda at her greenspoint apartment on tuesday in order to take her 6 week old baby shamali. police tracked down her and the baby at an apartment on south gessner sot they were knocking on everybody's door sot i said what is it and he said maam have you seen anybody with a newborn baby baby shamali was found safe and police say miranda alvarez admitted to taking the victim's cell phone and hospital wristbands from when the baby was born, denied stabbing but giving them one heck of a motive. sot advised the detectives she had been pregnant and lost the baby she then pretended the daughter was her own child took the infant home and fed the child miranda alvarez knew the victim's brother according to hpd. she is being held with no bond-- the baby in was released from cps custody tonight and returned to relatives. along with 2 older siblings- now all without a mother whose cousin says died only because she had what miranda alvarez didn't sot i think she wanted to have a baby because she lost her baby and she just wanted a baby emily k-lani nava will wake up this morning and know she's a state champion-- where as all of us just woke up tired. she's one of the players for the strawn high school greyhounds-- who just beat out the balmorhea bears for their state championship. k-lani is a senior-- and she also happens to be the first female player in a u-i-l championship football game. k-lani nava strawn sr. kicker i don't really think about it during the game... this whole game i didn't think about the first girl or if i miss i'm done. i just thought about the kick. julian fraga strawn jr. rb/db strawn is a really close community and lani has been part of it forever. we rooted her on in basketball when she played so she's just been part of it kickin she did good and worked hard just like the rest of the team. that's how you gotta keep it like she's just another football player. emily k-lani scored 8 of the team's 38 total points in that game. emily still to come on good morning lubbock -- texas tech is getting ready to face off against south florida-- david's got details coming up. first-- here's "lexi" with a check





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