Good Day Lubbock Tuesday, Oct. 29

Good Day Lubbock Tuesday, Oct. 29

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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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Clouds keeping it cold

Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said today's high only in the low to mid 40's. Wind NE/E 5-10mph. Some drizzle is possible, though it won't be much. Tomorrow will be another cloudy and cold day.

FBI warns of 'E-skimming'

"E-skimming" is a tactic hackers use on websites to steal your payment information when you make a purchase. It injects a malicious code into a website only at the point where you're submitting your payment information. If you're shopping online, a credit card is the safer option. Make sure your software is up to date with strong firewall protection. For the full story: click here.

Two more former Reagor-Dykes employees plead guilty

The former officer manager at the Plainview dealership and a former controller have admitted to their part in the scheme to rip off Ford Motor Credit. Sherri Wood and Pepper Rickman could face up to five years in prison for helping five other obtain fraudulent financing from the credit agency. Wood and Rickman are set to be sentence in Amarillo in March. For the full story: click here.

House to vote on impeachment proceedings 

The House will vote Thursday on whether to affirm the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and Ukraine. Democrats are moving forward with this formal vote after initially resisting. The vote pushes back against a White House and Republican Congressional talking point that the impeachment probe is illegitimate because it hasn't been formally authorized. House Speak Nancy Pelosi said the resolution would establish the procedure for open hearings, authorize the release of deposition transcripts and outline how the intelligence committee can transfer evidence to the Judiciary Committee. 

President Trump recognized Lubbock Officer

Officer Thomas Thompson, a finalists for "officer of the year" at the International Association of Police Chiefs was recognized by President Trump yesterday for his service. Officer Thompson has been with the department for more than six years. He was recognized for arresting a man who shot at him during a robbery.  He is also a crime scene investigator, a certified mental health peace officer, and a hostage negotiator. For the full story: click here.

House approved disclosing drug discounts

One of Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington's bills will go to the Senate. The "Public Disclosure of Drug Discounts Act" passed with no opposition. It's intended to provide greater transparency to the discounts passed between insurance companies and drug manufacturers. It also includes part of the Congressman's "Shop RX Act" from earlier this year ensuring Medicare drug plans offer benefit information in real time. 

City Council sets F.Y. 2020 priorities

Mayor Dan Pope wants the city to stop reacting and focus on planning for the future. City leaders adopted six priorities: fiscal discipline, communication, community improvement, public safety, growth and economic development. Road projects will be some of the biggest improvements and most expensive.

Look Around Lubbock: all things fall at Market Street

Market Street is fall ready with pumpkin spice products, Halloween inspired things, specialty cheeses, some seasonal produce and decor. Meredith Aldis is at Market Street this morning with recipes and meal ideas for this season.

Do you know someone celebrating a birthday? Let us know, so we can announce it on-air around 6:55 a.m. and 8:20 a.m. e-mail birthdays@fox34.com.

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