Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief
1 dead after overnight shooting, LP&L says to expect higher bills, New Deal to play in state title game
On Daybreak Today,
Police are investigating an overnight shooting that left one person dead.
- They were called just before 11:30 p.m. Wednesday to the Ella Apartments in Central Lubbock.
- There are no details on what led up to the situation.
- Updates can be found here: Police investigate after 1 killed in apartment
Summer electricity bills are expected to go up this year.
- Lubbock Power & Light says it has nothing to do with the transition to ERCOT, but rather the market.
- The last couple of summers natural gas prices were at historic lows. Now, prices are back up.
- Read more here: LP&L pleased with ERCOT reform bills
The New Deal Lions will play in their first state tournament game in three years.
- The Lions beat Shiner in the 2A state semifinals on Wednesday.
- New Deal takes on Garrison at noon in Round Rock.
- Take a look at Wednesday’s game highlights here: New Deal shocks Shiner to advance to State Title game
The search for a missing mother and daughter from Corpus Christi continues.
- A vehicle police were searching for has been found, but there are still no signs of 18-year-old Jezabel and 1-year-old Zaylee Zamora.
- Corpus PD has also issued a warrant for a man they believe is an accomplice in their disappearance.
- Read the latest here: Warrant issued for man who police said helped in kidnapping of Jezabel, Zaylee Zamora
Gov. Greg Abbott will host a border security summit today in Del Rio.
- The governor will be joined by officials with the Texas Division of Emergency Management, the Texas Military Department and the Texas Department of Public Safety.
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