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Lubbock Almost Sets All-Time Snowfall Record as Hazardous Conditions Persist on Monday, December 28

Travel is still heavily discouraged across Lubbock and the South Plains due to blowing snow, snow drifts and ice on streets and highways

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Lubbock snow pictures, December 27, 2015
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City of Lubbock Declares Disaster Status

Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson declared a state of disaster for the City of Lubbock just before 11 p.m. Sunday, December 27, 2015.

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City of Lubbock Responds to Federal Accusations

The City of Lubbock has responded in court records to allegations made by the federal government.

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Kyle Carruth Talks Possible Lubbock City Council Ban Of Firearms [VIDEO]

Kyle Carruth from the Lubbock 2nd Amendment Coalition talking about right to licensed carry of weapons and upcoming Lubbock City Council Meeting.

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Chad Hasty Previews Gun Ban Debate By Lubbock City Council [VIDEO]

Chad Hasty talks about the subject of an attempted ban of responsible and licensed citizens carrying their weapons into Lubbock City Council meetings for protection.

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Should City of Lubbock Employees Get Permission to Carry Handguns at Work? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Chad Hasty On Loomis’ Approval Requirement For Self Defense Carry By Licensed City Employees [VIDEO]

Chad Hasty talking about the issue surrounding the recent letter from Lubbock City Manager James Loomis to city employees, requiring his permission to carry, as well as Rice University's decision to prohibit licensed carry on campus.

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Lubbock City Council Approves First Reading of Changes to Some Speed Limits

The speed limit on Frankford Avenue from 98th Street to 114th Street will be reduced due to traffic from a school and church.

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Do You Think Lubbock is a Safe City? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Lieutenant Ray Mendoza Talks About Arrest in Death of Nakasha Nolan [INTERVIEW]

Lieutenant Ray Mendoza, Public Information Officer for the Lubbock Police Department joins Tom Collins and Laura Mac to discuss developments in the stabbing death of Nakasha Nolan.

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