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Texas Tech Entomologist Discusses West Texas Mosquito Population Growth [INTERVIEW]

Entomologist Dr. Scott Longing with Texas Tech's Plant and Soil Sciences Department joined Lubbock's First News Wednesday (July 1) to discuss the area's booming mosquito population.

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$137 Million in Disaster Money Distributed to Texans [INTERVIEW]

With the flooding in Lubbock and across Texas this past May, Lubbock County Emergency Management Coordinator Clinton Thetford joined Lubbock's First News to talk about disaster declarations.

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Lubbock PIO Says Police Chief’s Demotion Was a Complete Surprise [INTERVIEW]

Lt. Ray Mendoza, the public information officer for the Lubbock Police Department, joined Lubbock's First News Monday to discuss the demotion of Roger Ellis.

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Lubbock Police Chief Roger Ellis Demoted to the Rank of Captain

The announcement of the demotion for Ellis came late Friday afternoon.

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Jim Gerlt Talks City Council and ‘Fourth on Broadway’ [INTERVIEW]

Jim Gerlt on Lubbock's First News talking about the 25th annual Fourth on Broadway celebration, LP&L, Citibus and other issues in the city of Lubbock.

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Should The City of Lubbock Fund a Project to Add Bike Lanes Throughout Lubbock? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Veterans Advisory Wants to Say ‘Thank You’ to Veterans [INTERVIEW]

Steve Maxner, director of the Vietnam Center and Archive at Texas Tech University and member of the Veterans Advisory Committee for the city of Lubbock, joined Lubbock's First News about an event the committee is hosting honoring veterans

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A Portion of 34th Street Will Close for Repairs on June 2

The City of Lubbock will begin a three night paving operation on the center lanes of 34th Street between Memphis Avenue and Peoria Avenue beginning June 2 at 8:00 p.m.

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Should the City of Lubbock Have Tornado Sirens? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Lemonade Day Teaches Kids to Spend, Save and Share [Interview]

"We're teaching kids to spend, save and share," Cathy Landtroop told Tom and Laura with Lubbock's First News about Lubbock's annual Lemonade Day.

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