Jenna Wolfe of NBC's Today Show was in Lubbock today doing a segment on New Year's resolutions.
Wolfe, along with a producer, interviewed second graders at Roscoe Wilson Elementary asking them why they thought people had a hard time keeping their resolutions.
Wolfe says she chose Lubbock because the community was down to earth and friendly.
She also said that she thought she would get interesting answers from the students.
"The people are so nice here. There's a good chance I may not actually go back to New York," said Wolfe.
Wolfe's story featuring some of the students at Roscoe Wilson will air Friday, Jan. 17, during the Today Show.
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