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This morning on Daybreak Today we are following an investigation by the Lubbock Police Department on a shooting in Central Lubbock early this morning.
President Donald Trump is said to be unhappy with, but accepting of, a plan that has been proposed that would fund a small portion of a border wall between the United States and Mexico, and avoid another government shutdown.
- On Tuesday Trump said he was studying the plan more but was not expecting another shutdown.
- The proposed deal, which is accepted by some Republicans, would only fund $1.375 billion for the wall and cover about 55 miles.
- Read more of our Associated Press coverage here: Unhappy with budget deal, Trump still doesn’t expect a new shutdown
A Lubbock father is sending out a warning to parents around the area to watch out for predators who are targeting children through social media.
- Scott Rees said his 14-year-old received what was perceived as a message from an unknown predator.
- Though his daughter did not respond to the person and blocked them, he said this should serve as a warning to parents everywhere to watch who their children interact with on social media.
- Watch the full story from Amanda Ruiz here: Father warns parents after daughter receives message from online predator
In the local world of sports, this week begins playoff season for girls high school basketball.
- Pete Christy has all of your local high school girls basketball scores and highlights here: Hoop Madness February 12 Scores & Highlights
Be sure to also stick around this hour and watch this week’s Pay It Forward as Sydney Kessler visits seniors at the Maggie Trejo Senior Center. And below is a short weather brief from Steve Divine, more information can be found on the KCBD Weather page on our app and website.