With the alcohol issue coming up in Lubbock, we decided to check on Plainview to see how the city is doing after residents there said yes to alcohol sales. The vote passed in november and stores began selling alcohol in march. Some residents were worried that alcohol might bring higher crime and dwi rates. But we spoke with Plainviews police chief, who says that nothings changed since the start of sales, and many think its done more good than harm. Says Chief William Mull, "Its been a very short period of time, but so far from a policemans point of view, the impact has been very minor." "Its a good boost for Plainview as far as tax revenue," says Ds Liquor Store General Manager Terry Gillen, "I mean were not the only store in town, but all the sales as far as Plainview have exceeded expectations."