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Lubbock Welcomes City’s First Dream Court

PUBLISHED August 25, 2017 | News

LUBBOCK, TX (NEWS RELEASE) – The Lubbock Police Department is proud to announce it is teaming up with Nancy Lieberman Charities and WorldVentures Foundation to bring the first Dream Court to the City of Lubbock. Dream Courts are designed to foster relationships between officers and the communities they serve. This state of the art space […]

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Nancy Lieberman: ‘Rucker Park saved my life’

PUBLISHED August 23, 2017 | News

Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman reflects on her basketball journey that started at famous Rucker Park and was boosted by Muhammad Ali Nancy Lieberman is widely considered the best female basketball player of all-time. Lieberman learned the game playing against the boys at famed Rucker Park, which recently had its 50 year anniversary that Lieberman […]

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Park DuValle neighborhood opens new Nancy Lieberman Dream Court for kids and cops

PUBLISHED August 15, 2017 | News

On Tuesday morning, the city unveiled the new Dream Court in Russell Lee Park in the Park DuValle neighborhood. The multipurpose basketball court was sponsored by Nancy Lieberman Charities, WorldVentures Foundation and the Louisville Metro Police. Lieberman has created 39 Dream Courts in low-income neighborhoods across the country over the last seven years. According to […]

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Heroes of July 7 get their due in a day full of memorials for ambush victims

PUBLISHED July 7, 2017 | News

The Dallas police honor guard marched into City Hall Plaza Friday night, carrying the U.S. Honor Flag in memory of the five police officers killed in an ambush attack downtown last year. The somber ceremony, Tribute 7/7, included a march through downtown that ended at the Dallas Police Memorial. More than 200 people attended the event, […]

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One Year Later: Remembering the 5 fallen Dallas officers

PUBLISHED July 7, 2017 | News

DALLAS — Back the Blue is an understatement. One year after five officers were killed, in what historians are calling the deadliest attack on law enforcement in the United States since September 11th, the mood is still somber. “We wanted the ceremony tonight to be a very positive,” said Interim Dallas Police Chief David Pughes […]

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