Businesses and individuals who were victims of fraudulent actions by employees of Reagor-Dykes Auto Group may be closer to receiving compensation after the third amended Chapter 11 liquidation plan was filed Tuesday.
LCSO says given the exceptions listed and the specific prohibition outlined in the order, deputies won’t detain any individual for not wearing a face covering, but they encourage the public to comply with the spirit of the order and any requirements by individual businesses.
“This is the right action for us,” Pope says. “please socially distance, cover your face, and protect yourself, your family, friends and neighbors. We all want to safely and sensibly return to the life we yearn for. We can do this, but we’re going to have to act differently.”
In a 33-page complaint filed Wednesday, the bankrupt auto group claims: “FMCC racked up millions in profits from interest that the Debtors paid and interest that consumers paid on vehicle deals that Reagor-Dykes originated.”
The current Commander of Pacific Air Forces and 1984 Texas Tech Graduate, General Charles Q. Brown, Jr., has been confirmed to serve as the Air Force’s 22nd Chief of Staff, according to Sec. of Defense Mark Esper.
General Brown, a San Antonio native and 1984 graduate of Texas Tech University, brings 35 years of service and experience to the position as he replaces General David L. Goldfein, who is retiring June 30.
Following days of protests responding to the death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis Police, members of the Lubbock community are continuing to show solidarity with demonstrators across the country.
LPD says the body-worn cameras capture the entire interaction between Lubbock Police Officers and 36-year-old David Allen McDannels, and the review of the officer’s report and body camera footage “found the officer’s use of force to be within the department’s policies and procedures.”
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts has announced they will be reopening this Saturday, June 6, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. At this time, visitors must reserve a time to visit. Registration is free to the public.
Three year-old Emrie’s bike was stolen from their home, and later returned after it was broken. The family’s landlord recommended they call LPD. After speaking with the family, LPD Officer Jackson returned with a way to keep Emrie riding in style.
Frenship ISD and Aramark have announced they will continue to provide curbside meals at no cost to children in the community until further notice, after distributing more than 200,000 meals to kids since March 23.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins released his response to the Attorney General’s letter, saying the public health guidelines were based on Governor Abbott’s recommendations; “never imagining he did not want his own guidelines followed,” he said.
A Dallas salon owner is garnering attention from state and local leaders after she defied the shutdown order imposed on businesses including nail and hair salons, and was fined and jailed by a Dallas judge.
Immediately following Governor Greg Abbott’s announcement that outdoor graduations would be allowed on or after June 1, Frenship ISD, Lubbock-Cooper ISD and Lubbock ISD posted announcements regarding their plans for graduation.
The guidelines of the “Lubbock Safe!” program follow the order issued by Governor Greg Abbott on Monday, allowing the state’s stay-at-home order to expire and instituting a new phased plan to reopen Texas businesses.
Aiden Bruce-Umbaugh, 23, was sentenced to 30 months in prison before U.S. District Judge James Wesley Hendrix. Bruce-Umbaugh was arrested in November 2019 in Post, with drugs and firearms. Later evidence presented in a detention hearing linked Bruce-Umbaugh to a neo-Nazi hate group.
In Monday's news conference, Governor Greg Abbott discussed the significant number of COVID-19 recoveries in the State, as well as record-breaking unemployment numbers, before outlining the current plan to re-open Texas.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed a lawsuit against Cal-Maine Foods, Inc., the dominant egg supplier in Texas, for what he believes is “taking unfair advantage of the Governor’s COVID-19 disaster declaration and raising the price of eggs by around 300 percent without any supply issues."
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts and TTU Public Media are trying to fill the void felt by artists and fans alike by hosting a Virtual First Friday event tonight. They are asking artists to post using the hashtag: #VirtualFirstFridayLBK on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says don’t believe it if you read on social media that the 2020-21 hunting and fishing season has been canceled. Stay up-to-date on information by following the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website at https://tpwd.texas.gov/
Lubbock County judge Curtis Parrish has released a statement from Lubbock County on the Coronavirus spread, saying officials are monitoring the situation and, following the declarations by President Donald Trump and Governor Greg Abbott, has decided to approve a local emergency declaration.