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Listen in, Lubbock: Stories we're watching in 2022

Voting in Lubbock
Sarah Self-Walbrick/Texas Tech Public Media
Lubbock voters went to the polls on Nov. 2, 2021.

Lubbock's mayor, Dan Pope, announced that he will not seek reelection this year. What does that mean for the rest of city leadership?

While the legal battle over the city's adoption of the so-called "sanctuary city for the unborn" ordinance has reach a halt, the conversation over anti-abortion laws isn't over.

And as we head into yet another year with the pandemic, what's changed? These are some of the stories we're watching in 2022.


Alex Driggars, reporter, Lubbock Avalanche Journal

Jayme Lozano, reporter, Texas Tech Public Media

Sarah Self-Walbrick, senior reporter, Texas Tech Public Media

Kaysie Ellingson is the former news director for Texas Tech Public Media. She came to Lubbock after living in Anchorage, Alaska, working as a documentary producer for Alaska Public Media. Prior to working in public media, Kaysie earned her master's degree in journalism from the University of Southern California with an emphasis in documentary production.
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