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Brad Burt
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KTTZ
After ten meetings and 410 collective manhours, the committee of citizens and plumbers, with the help of city staff, made their recommendations to the city council on how to address the question of who is responsible for the cost and repair of Lubbock’s private sewer lines in the public right-of-way. However, the issue has raised broader concerns for city department resources in a quickly growing city.
Today's Newscast
Texas Tech University's men's basketball team agreed to a neutral-site exhibition game with an old rival in December. Our reporter Bishop Van Buren has more on what this means for their previous scheduling agreements. And the Texas Newsroom’s Julian Aguilar reports on reimbursement applications to cover goods lost or destroyed in Hurricane Beryl's aftermath for Texans enrolled in food assistance programs.