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Third grade students participate in class at Highland Elementary School in Las Cruces, N.M., in the spring.
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Students who are exposed to COVID-19 no longer need to quarantine or get repeatedly tested to stay in class. But masks are still recommended for nearly half the country.
Arts & Culture
This week on the Music Crossroads of Texas, I will be covering west Texas music with a full hour of cover songs by West Texas musicians. You will hear music from, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Van Halen, Emmylou Harris, Elvis Presley, and many more. I hope you will join me, Curtis Peoples, for the Music Crossroads of Texas.
Today's Newscast
Our Reporter Brad Burt tells us how the Public Health Department has found mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus in Lubbock traps. We also learn how Texas schools are putting safety and security first as the school year begins.
Listen in, Lubbock is an interview show where Host Sarah Self-Walbrick sits down with expert guests and reporters from around the region and state to discuss issues and how they're impacting our city.
Hello West Texas plant people! Join us as we discuss plants native to Texas and First Nations' legends and practical uses of those plants.
Rural communities in Texas have struggled to keep up in the fight against the coronavirus. The Texas Newsroom examines the shortage of healthcare resources people living in those communities face.