Good morning! Here is what's on Good Day Lubbock this morning 5-9 a.m. on FOX34.
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Warmer today, quiet weather this week
Meteorologist Bobby Johnston said today will be sunny with a high near 67. Tomorrow will be a little bit cooler with more clouds. The wind should kick up some Thursday, though not as bad as what we had a few days ago. The weekend will be sunny, both days should reach the 60's.
NATO leaders commemorate 70th anniversary
President Trump and other NATO leaders are overseas commemorating the 70th anniversary of NATO. It was founded in 1949 to fend of the Soviet Union. Now it focuses on collective defense for Europe. One source of uncertainty at this summit is Turkey, as Russia is putting a lot of pressure on that member nation. President Trump said his goal at this summit is to get more nations to pay their fair share into the alliance. For the full story: click here.
Impeachment inquiry moves forward
The House Intelligence Committee is reviewing its final report before sending it to the Judiciary Committee. It's hold a vote today. Tomorrow the first public hearing in the Judiciary Committee will bring constitutional scholars to the hill. They'll discuss what constitutes an impeachable offense and what justifies removing a sitting president from office. The President has House Republicans' backing, a 123 page report defending his actions released yesterday.
Reagor must pay nearly $1.8 million to Vista Bank
Judge Ruben Reyes granted Vista Bank summary judgement for Reagor to pay $1.8 million. The bank first filed the suit in March claiming Reagor hasn't made payments on a $3 million loan. Reagor and Rick Dykes took the loan out for the auto group. While Dykes signed the promissory note, only Reagor's name and signature are on the loan. Judge Reyes also removed Reagor's counter claims from this suit. For the full story: click here.
IRS whistleblower declines recorded interview
After raising concerns about potential political interference in the President Audit Program over the summer, the whistleblower met in November with the Senate Finance Committee. The whistleblower was asked to appear for a follow up and transcribed interview last month, but the invitation was declined. The source said the whistleblower declined after being informed by an official that it could be considered a violation of IRS code to disclose information related to an individual taxpayer.
Payton Props: The art of diving
Breaking the plane of water is no joke. You hit it wrong and you're bruised up, but for Lubbock High diver, Payton Props, she welcomes that challenge. Props has won 2 state diving titles and is going for her third in her senior year. As her coach, Penny Dipomazio describes Props as having the "it" factor. Props is committed to diving at Texas A&M. For the full story: click here.
Look Around Lubbock: LCU's Big Blue Christmas Elf-Stravaganza
The Christmas celebration is tonight from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Meredith Aldis will be at Lubbock Christian University this morning making crafts, showing the different decorated spots on campus, and all the event details.
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