Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
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Warm and sunny start to the week
Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said we're back in the 70s today and tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. By Wednesday, expect a bit more cloud cover with a chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Cyber security in schools
A data breach hit about 13,000 school districts nationwide over the last month. Lubbock I.S.D.'s Cyber Security Administrator said it's the staff accounts that hackers are targeting, since student accounts are highly regulated. Ninety percent of all these cyber attacks start with a phishing email, so the district simulates ransomware tests and sends out fake emails to test and prepare staff. For the full story: click here.
4 dead, 6 injured in Fresno mass shooting
Four people are dead and six are injured after a gunman attacked a backyard football watch party in Fresno, California last night. A group of roughly 36 friends and family members were there when at least one shooter sneaked in and started shooting. No arrests have been made and no word on who the shooter might be. Police are canvassing the neighborhood for any witnesses or security video that could help the investigation.
Citibus proposes new routes
Citibus will be hosting three open houses for its year long route project. The comprehensive operational analysis project started last summer and the city wants to know what you think of its proposed routes. The first will be tomorrow at the Downtown Transit Plaza from 3-6 p.m. The second is on Wednesday at City Hall from 2-5 p.m. and Thursday's will be at the Transit Plaza from 8-11 a.m.
Frenship students to help build Habitat for Humanity home
Lubbock Habitat for Humanity helps low incomes families start fresh through its home ownership program and more than 50 Frenship students will now play a part in the program. Students will come out during their class time each week to work on the frame of Octavya Hightower's new home. The organization's goal is to build at least four homes a year for individuals and families that qualify for the habitat program. For the full story: click here.
Package theft during holiday season
Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are coming up, but you should think twice before leaving your online orders on the front porch. Last year alone, 36% of Americans were impacted by package theft. Sergeant Mark Wims, with the Lubbock Police Department, said porch thieves are calculated and wait for the right time to strike, so if you want to ensure the security of your package, make sure it's attended. For the full story: click here.
Roger Stone found guilty
President Trump's longtime Associate, Roger Stone, was found guilty on charges related to the Wikileaks release of stolen democratic emails in 2016. Stone was convicted on five counts of lying to Congress, one count of witness tampering, and one of obstructing a congressional committee proceeding. Stone is the sixth Trump Associate convicted as a result of Mueller's investigation.
Sunday meal prep: how to plan ahead for the week
If you're trying to stick to a new diet and cut down on fast food, you may want to try learning how to meal prep. Preparing healthy meals at the beginning of the week can help you avoid junk food and stay on track. If you're not sure where to start, pick some protein rich meats, whole carbs and some vegetables. For a look at what a day of meal prep might look like and a few tips and tricks, click here.
Look Around Lubbock: Pecan Ridge
If you're looking to make a pecan pie for the holidays, Pecan Ridge offers pecans and shelling services, or you can buy one off the shelves. Meredith Aldis will be going through the process of cracking pecans to packaging them throughout the morning.
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