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This morning on Daybreak Today, police in Plainview continue to investigate why the body of a missing man was found in a golf course pond Monday afternoon.
- Plainview PD reports Victor Manuel Alvarez Jr., who was reported missing by his family over the weekend, was pulled from the Plainview Country Club golf course pond.
- A Hale County justice of the peace has ordered an autopsy to be performed on Avalrez’s body.
- There is no word yet on what could have led to his death or if foul play is suspected.
- Read the full story here: Body discovered in pond at Plainview golf course
911 and other emergency phone lines are back up in Levelland, this after an outage on Monday afternoon.
- Usage of the phone lines was restored overnight Monday and as of Tuesday morning, the Levelland Police Department reported residents could use the lines again.
- The department did provide alternative phone numbers but those should only be used in emergency cases such as this.
- Read more here: 911, phone lines restored for Levelland Police Department
Today may start off cool and a bit breezy before a little warm-up later this afternoon – it should stay like that for the rest of the week, up until Friday night.
- Rain chances increase significantly later Friday night into early Saturday morning.
- That also means the potential for severe weather increases this weekend. Though, everything should clear out by Saturday afternoon.
- Get the latest weather updates in the Weather section of the KCBD app and website.
China has hiked tariffs on more than 4,000 imports from the United States, escalating a trade war between the U.S. and China.
- This comes days after President Donald Trump made thousands of items coming from China more expensive.
- Wall Street had its worst day in four months on Monday and investors suggest people begin to re-asses their own assets.
- Read more details from the Associated Press on what this new “trade war” means for many U.S. citizens: Trade war to hit investments, wallets
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Read more Monday stories here:
- UMC Mass Casualty bus used more than just during major incidents
- Clovis man pleads guilty to child abuse charge, sentenced to 19 years
- County Commissioners approve resolution to rename FM 41 ‘David Nelson Memorial Highway’
- Crosbyton ISD releases statement on school bus incident
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