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Daybreak Today Monday Morning Brief

We're live with LISD as students return to school, Lazbuddie pushes back start date because of COVID, Lubbock reports 14 new virus cases
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Updated: Aug. 17, 2020 at 4:13 AM CDT
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Good morning and thank you for joining us!

On Daybreak Today, students with the Lubbock Independent School District are returning back to school for the first time since March.

  • This morning we will hear from LISD’s police chief, the principal for the Commander William C. McCool Academy and LISD’s superintendent on students return.
  • And for any questions on back-to-school protocol, visit the Back-to-School section on KCBD.com.

Lazbuddie Independent School District has delayed its return to school to Aug. 27 because a student contracted COVID-19.

In Lubbock County, 14 new cases of COVID were reported by the City of Lubbock.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling the House back into session early to vote on a bill aimed at prohibiting the United State Postal Service from making any operational changes.

The Democratic National Convention starts today and it will be mostly virtual.

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