Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
Four United Supermarket Employees Recognized at Awards Dinner
Four employees in the area were honored, and the company named their “UCrew of the Year” team.
Sales Tax Revenue Up For Texas, Lubbock
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs distributed $553 million in sales tax allocations to cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts, which is a 4.1 percent increase compared to March 2013.
Lubbock Police Search For Pampered Paws Burglary Suspect
The suspect shattered the glass door of Pampered Paws Pet Resort at 5201 13th Street and went inside in late January.
Lubbock City Councilmen Victor Hernandez & Floyd Price to Hold Meeting With TxDOT
District 1 Councilman Victor Hernandez and District 2 Councilman Floyd Price are inviting the public to a meeting regarding proposed safety improvements at certain locations along Avenue Q between 19th and 50th Streets.
Texas Tech Regents Approve Tuition and Fees Increase for 2014-15 Academic Year
Texas Tech President M. Duane Nellis said that the increase is to allow an investment in faculty and instruction, and to decrease the student-to-faculty ratio.
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce to Hold Salute to Ag Luncheon
The luncheon will feature guest speaker Marcus Hill, president and chairman of Ag Workers Insurance and chairman of Worth Casualty.
Fire Weather Watch Issued For South Plains Tuesday Afternoon & Evening
Low humidity, combined with high winds and dry conditions results in high fire danger in the area, and under these conditions, fires can spread rapidly.
Longtime Lubbock ISD Biology Teacher Charles H. Swift Dead at Age 73
Charles H. Swift taught pre-advanced placement biology and science at J.T. Hutchinson Junior High for more than 20 years and 35 years overall as a teacher, retiring in 2002.
Renee Valencia Receives Life Sentence For 2010 Murder of Zachary Matta
Zachary Matta was gunned down by Renee Valencia outside the Daiquiri Lounge in the 2200 block of Buddy Holly Avenue in Lubbock’s Depot District in early October of 2010.
Jamie Morgan Davila of Lubbock Arrested by Texas DPS Trooper After Drug Seizure
The drugs, valued at more than $54,000, were allegedly being transported from California to Aransas Pass, Texas.