Lubbock, TX (KCBD) – Today at dawn,
Friday Night Light Against Opioids
- Lubbock ISD Becomes First District in the United States to Implement Friday Night Lights Anti-Opioid Program
- Fans will receive at-home drug disposal kits to safely dispose of unused prescription drugs
- Click here for details: Lubbock ISD Leads Friday Night Lights Against Opioids Initiative
$5,000 reward offered for deadly shooting
- Lubbock Police say there is no threat to the public after the deadly shootings last week near North Avenue R and Auburn.
- $5,000 reward offered to help find who killed 55-year-old Severo Lozoya
- Read more here: LPD Releases Update on North Lubbock Shooting
Texas DPS director Steve McCullough rejects calls to resign
- McCullough said he would resign if the trooper was somehow responsible for the police response to the school shooting in Uvalde.
- Now he says the DPS has not failed as an institution.
- Get the latest here: Texas DPS chief Steve McCullough said his agency “did not fail” in the Uvalde school shooting.
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