Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
One Dead in Wednesday Morning Wreck in South Lubbock
The front passenger of the vehicle, 28-year-old Eduviges Armando Payan, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt.
Fatal House Fire Intentionally Set, Say Lubbock Officials
Thirty-four year-old Steven Salazar was found dead in the home. The Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined Salazar’s identity, but has not made an official ruling on the cause and manner of death.
E-Book Settlement Payments Begin In Apple & Publisher Price Fixing Scheme
The restitution payments come from an investigation by 33 state attorneys general into the publishers’ conspiring with Apple, Inc. to fix e-book prices.
Bill Cosby to Deliver Keynote Speech at Mentor Tech Event in Lubbock
Bill Cosby will deliver the keynote speech during the Lauro Cavazos and Ophelia Powell-Malone Mentoring Program annual banquet.
Lubbock Heritage Society to Announce “Save The Godbold” Campaign
The Godbold Center once housed the original St. Mary’s Hospital. It now contains Café J and Chrome.
Lubbock County Commissioners Vote Against School Zone Speed Cameras
ATS offered to install the cameras to check the speed of motorists in school zones, and said that the County could make millions of dollars per year with their use.
Three Lubbock ISD Teachers Selected For Beaumont Foundation Excellence Award
Six teachers are selected annually to receive the Newton Award, and this year, three of the six are from Lubbock ISD.
Texas Tech Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega to Hold 75th Anniversary Gala
The Texas Tech chapter has weekly service projects at the University, Lubbock agencies, and youth camps. More than 3,000 people have been initiated into Tech’s Beta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega.
Drought Restrictions Still in Place For Lubbock, More Restrictions on April 1st
Stage 1 drought restrictions are currently in place, which places restrictions on when homes may use their sprinkler systems.
Texas Tech Baseball Loses to Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks After Big Win
The 25th-ranked Texas Tech team delivered a sound defeat to Stephen F. Austin on Tuesday, claiming a 20 to 4 victory at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Wednesday's game did not go as well for the Red Raiders.