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Two Texas Cities Named Most Dangerous Cities To Bicycle

Bicycling and walking certainly have their advantages when it comes to commuting in larger cities. Cleaner air, less traffic, and exercise are all positive factors that come with it. Unfortunately, not all results of biking and walking are positive. Though numerous cities throughout the U.S. are striving for a safer environment for pedestrians and bicyclists,…

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Officials Encourage Fire Safety During Cookout Season

It might be hot outside, but that doesn’t stop many people from partaking in their favorite summer activities. One of the most popular summer activities is of course to barbecue and grilling outdoors. While most people enjoy making memories and great food during barbecues, many also expose themselves to risks and dangers when dealing with…

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Amazon Not Protecting Warehouse Workers From Injuries

Amazon Not Protecting Warehouse Workers From Injuries

Oftentimes, when we think about the places we work we feel protected by those who’ve hired us and assume there would be no issue with our taking time off for personal reasons or even for an injury that happened on the job. Unfortunately for some, this is not the case and they can even find themselves being taken advantage of by the very companies they work for.

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Liquor Laws in Lubbock and Drunk Driving

Liquor Laws in Lubbock and Drunk Driving

When it comes to alcohol, the state of Texas definitely has a complicated hodgepodge of laws that can make drinking in the state extremely confusing. It wasn’t until 1970 that an amendment to the Texas Constitution made liquor by the drink legal within the state; the first time since prohibition was passed that liquor by…

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Lubbock Water Shortage Solutions

With Stage 1 Water Restrictions in place and the likelihood of progressing to Stage 2 Water Restrictions in June, it is time for Lubbock and our community to take drastic changes in how we think about, use and consume water. Without additional water resources, Lubbock will not be capable of supplying the anticipated water demand…

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