Sunday morning top stories: four-time Lubbock Ironman shares his story of struggle, inspiration
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Our top stories for Sunday, June 26,
A Lubbock man shares how tragedy led him to becoming an Ironman
- Anthony Ysasaga, who is competing in today’s Lubbock Ironman 70.3, struggled with addiction and endured the death of the his daughter
- The Lubbock native took to training and competing in these triathlons to reshape his life for the better
- Read more here: Lubbock native uses Ironman race to inspire others
Lubbock motorcyclists host a Motorcycle Awareness run
- Lubbock motorcyclists Jason Perez and Michael Jordan hosted the run to promote awareness of motorcyclists to other motorists on the roads of Lubbock
- The run began at the Buddy Holly Center where the riders gathered before heading over to Levelland
- Read more here: Lubbock motorcyclists to host Motorcycle Awareness run
Biden signs bipartisan gun measure, marking the first federal gun reform in 30 years
- The grant provides funding to states to develop “red flag laws”
- The drafting of the Safer Communities Act was led by Texas Senator John Corynyn
- Read more here: Biden signs landmark bipartisan gun measure, says ‘lives will be saved’
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