Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
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Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said today is mostly sunny with a high of 63 degrees and a low of 48 degrees. There may be a few showers tomorrow morning.
Eighth guilty plea in Reagor-Dykes scheme
Another former employee of the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, Brad Fansler, the group administrative director, pleaded guilty to a federal charge. Federal prosecutors said he worked with others to prepare for surprise audits although staff knew the audits were coming. Fansler faces up to five years in prison, restitution of about $27 million and a $25 million fine. He'll go before an Amarillo Federal Judge in March. For the full story: click here.
There are ten proposals on your ballet. Some of the most notable include banning a state income tax, property tax relief for areas hit by natural disasters, and funding for managing state parks and historical areas. Slaton will also hold elections for Mayor and a Council Member. Polls are open until 7 tonight. For a list of locations and full text of the amendments: click here.
Let the porch light shine on Veterans Day
Lubbock city leaders want you to leave your porch light on for service members this weekend. City Council will recognize support organization and their efforts to "leave the light on" at today's meeting at 4:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Starting at dusk Sunday, leave that outside light on through Tuesday morning. For the full story: click here.
City Council discuss plans for Civic Center
Council members will evaluate a plan to expand the Civic Center. City staffers said it's critical to upgrade and grow the facility so it can host bigger and better event with the Buddy Holly Hall being built right across the street to provide some attention. The first phase is expected to take about six months and cost more than $94,000. For the full story: click here.
Massengale to run for Council again
District four Councilman Steve Massengale will run for re-election. The entrepreneur was first elected in 2016. He said there are too many big projects going on the leave. Massengale will make his formal announcement Thursday morning at 11 in the Council Chambers. City Elections are in May. For the full story: click here.
Former coaches hold down Lubbock ISD athletics
If you look behind the walls of Lubbock ISD, it's powered by three former coaches. Combined, they have nearly 100 years of experience in athletics. Mike Meeks, J.J. Johnson and Jim Garfield are a three man team. They oversee all of the districts athletes and coaches and are their go to guys to show support. For the full story: click here.
Look Around Lubbock: active shooter training
An active shooter training with survival tips and tactics is open to the community on Thursday, November 7 starting at 1:30 p.m. Meredith Aldis will have all the details throughout the morning as well as ways to keep safe in potentially dangerous situations.
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