Good Day Lubbock Monday, Oct. 14 - FOX34 Lubbock

Good Day Lubbock Monday, Oct. 14

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Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.


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A brief cool front, but we stay pretty warm into the week

Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said today will be partly cloudy with highs near 82 degrees, then a weak cool front will knock down temperatures a bit Tuesday and Wednesday, before returning to above average afternoons in the 80's and mornings in the 50's.

Fort Worth Officer shoots, kills woman in her home

A lawyer for the family of Atatiana Jefferson, a woman who was shot and killed inside her Forth Worth home by a police officer, says an outside agency should be brought in to investigate. Heavily edited body cam video released by Fort Worth Police shows officers searching the outside of Jefferson's home, after a concerned neighbor saw the doors open and called a non-emergency number for help. Police say the officer saw someone near a window inside the home and fired a single shot after "perceiving a threat." For the full story: click here.

Death sentence for man who killed six

Ronald Haskell Junior was found guilty of capital murder for gunning down six members of his ex-wife's family is 2014. The victims included his ex's sister and her husband, along with their four children, who were shot execution-style. Prosecutors said Haskell killed them at home because they helped his former wife after the couple divorced. Defense attorneys pushed for a "not guilty" verdict by reason of insanity.

Hearing set for Reagor-Dykes Liquidation

A federal bankruptcy judge will decide whether to liquidate the Reagor-Dykes auto group, before the creditors get a chance to. There will be a hearing October 25th on First Bank and Trust's motion to convert the auto group's bankruptcy case to Chapter Seven. For the full story: click here.

Federal court orders Texas counties to provide counsel at bail hearings

A major federal court ruling in Galveston County, requiring representation for every bail hearing, has massive implications for our area. District Attorney Sunshine Stanek, said this could create a major conflict between fairness and the safety of our county. In addition, she said this ruling will delay many of these bail hearings, which also presents a significant problem for the county in terms of manpower and funding. For the full story: click here.

Hundreds pay respects to fallen Lubbock Air Force veteran

Sergeant George Bradley went to Pilgrim Baptist Church. After his death, Pastor Michael White asked for donations to help with costs for a proper memorial service. Hundreds of donors in our area stepped in to help. For the full story and how to give to a foundation set up in Bradley's name that helps benefit families of veterans, click here.

U.S. Military withdrawal from Syria

Defense Secretary Mark Esper said President Trump had directed U.S. troops in Northern Syria to begin pulling out "as safely and quickly as possible." He did not say Trump ordered troops to leave Syria, but that seemed like the next step in combat zone growing more unstable by the hour. Syria's Kurds were key allies in a U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic state group. Now they're being slaughtered by the Turkish invasion, after American troops started pulling out. 

Cellulite: A healthy flaw

Cellulite bumps and dimples appear when fat deposits poke through the dermis layer of your skin. It's more common for women because of the structure of the connective tissue compared to men. Cellulite isn't a reflection of body fat or unhealthy body composition and it can stick around no matter how healthy you get. This fat layer in our skin keeps us warm, protects our organs, and is a vital part of your body's overall balance. For the full health blog: click here.

Look Around Lubbock: Grape Day at Llano Estacado

The 26th Annual Llano Estacado Grape Day is October 26 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meredith Aldis will be at the winery with event details for the celebration of 43 years of Texas wine making. 



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