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  • Our Reporter Jayme Lozano gives us an update on COVID-19 in Lubbock. TPR's Bonnie Petrie also tells us about how long COVID may be the bigger threat at hand.
  • Our Reporter Toluwani Osibamowo gives us insight into the yet again increasing gas prices. We also learn more about early voting in this runoff election.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick attended the swearing-in ceremony for Lubbock's new mayor and city council members. Our Reporter Toluwani Osibamowo tells us about the recent passing of a TTUHSC alumni.
  • This morning, our Toluwani Osibamowo explains the new application period for ARPA funds. The Texas Newsroom's Joseph Leahy tells us about how the US Supreme Court struck down a federal limit on how much elected officials can be reimbursed for loaning money to their campaigns.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick explains who is on the ballot for the primary run-off election. Early voting starts today, and election day is May 24th.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick looks at how this week's rain affected Lubbock's current drought conditions. Reporter Jayme Lozano gives us insight into a new West Texas weather phenomenon.
  • One of the candidates for Lubbock's House District 84 seat is facing a defamation lawsuit just weeks before election day. Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick explains what happened.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick tells us about a health center that Lubbock is spending ARPA dollars on. We also learn that more than 75% of Texans say politicians should be focusing on reducing the cost of health care.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick takes a closer look at the low voter turnout in the city's municipal election. We also learn more about one of the approved amendments to the state's constitution.
  • Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick gives us the rundown of this weekend's election results.