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December 28 A Block Anchor Wed, 27 Dec 2017 11:59:59 +0000 December 28 A Block Anchor December 28 A Block Anchor KAMC i'm "baillie burmaster" in for monica this morning. alex i'm "alex o'brien" baillie it is alex freezing drizzle last night and early morning snow flurries prompted a winter weather advisory for the texas south plains until 9 am this morning. plan for some extra time to warm up your car and take your time commuting as some roads may be icy. the clouds will stick around for the majority of the day and temperatures will stay in the low 30s. the clouds clear tomorrow and we will warm up nicely into the upper 50s. baillie we're learning more about a deadly shooting in south west lubbock. the police report stating that owens was hiding inside the home waiting for the victims. paige pauroso has been following the story for us and breaks down the new details for us this morning. the police report lists three names involved with the fatal shooting that occured friday morning. the victim landon terry the suspect casey owens and a woman who was also injured in the incident. according to the police report...that woman used to date and live with owens... but most recently was dating terry. police were called to the 6000 block of 88th street for a 9-1-1 hang up call. when an officer arrived on the scene... he was let inside the home by the woman and found terry still alive but suffering from multiple gun shot wounds. an officer on the scene said terry had gun shout wounds to the chest...lower left leg...and his right bicep. the woman was on the phone with police and gave a description of the shooter to dispatch she identified the shooter as casey owens and told police he fled the scene. according to the report....owens was hiding inside the home waiting for the woman to return to the house owens allegedly threatened and struck the woman with the gun before shooting terry. terry was taken to umc and was pronounced dead later on. owens turned himself in and was arrested for murder. he's been on a 500 thousand dollar bond since his arrest. paige pauroso kamc news baillie a mother has been charged in the death of her newborn. 34-year-old maria guadalupe cardenas was arraigned on a capital murder charge sunday. the hidalgo county sheriff's office says cardenas called 9-1-1 saying she killed her baby. the one-month-old was later found dead in rural mercedes. the sheriff's office says the 34-year-old mother admitted to suffocating her daughter. she is being held on a one-million- dollar bond. baillie an attempted armed robbery at an illegal game room in southwest houston ended in a deadly shootout leaving one suspect dead and the manager injured. investigators said in total- three people tried to hijack the gambling facility. police say there was a shootout after a man and woman entered the building and tried to rob it. another man was waiting to drive them from the scene. police say the woman was shot several times.... and was dragged out by one of the other robbers...but they eventually left her behind. she died on the scene. the manager was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. baillie stuttering affects more than three million americans. the michael and tami lang stuttering institute at u-t austin helps people struggling to speak. and as kamc's steffi lee reports -- it's asking for help to reach more people.. suffering in silence. (nat pop) carter burks knows dealing with stuttering isn't easy as a child or an adult. (carter burks) "in a job interview they can ask you what's your greatest strength and you can have a great answer prepared but you can't get it out." but the skills he's learned through the michael and tami lang stuttering institute -- (carter burks) "maintaining eye contact" now help him succeed as an academic adviser at ut austin. (carter burks) "one of the greatest ironies of my life was i have a problem speaking and i chose a career where i was speaking to students one on one for a living." (nat pop video of camp) the institute's treatment programs and camps teach kids and adults the first step to being heard -- confidence. (dr. courtney byrd) "when you don't accept a part of yourself -- something within you dies." dr. courtney byrd says it's not about reversing the impediment. (dr. courtney byrd)"here at the institute - we focus on embracing their stuttering." but it takes about a year to get into the everyday treatment programs at the institute -- three years for the camp dream speak live program. that's why the institute is raising money -- so it can to expand programming to reach more children and families. (dr. courtney byrd) "we hope that we can have multiple camps so that we can not only reduce the waitlist for the camp but also have returning people come" it will also sponsor research for the next generation of specialists to boost confidence and provide skills to conquer fear. (dr. courtney byrd) "our research shows that even if they're stuttering to a significant degree - a listener cannot tell you how much they're stuttering." in austin steffi lee kamc news. baillie here's a quick look at the roads this morning-- traffic conditions look use caution this morning as roads could be icy in some places. baillie still to come on good morning lubbock -- a couple members of the red raider coaching staff are on the move. we'll tell you who coming up-- first-- here's "alex"... with

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