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Cole Shooter, a Lubbock native, attended Lubbock High School and holds a degree in Political Science from Texas Tech University, where he minored in music performance, specifically voice, organ, and carillon. Cole also received a Master of Business Administration degree from Wayland Baptist University in August 2013, and will attend the Texas Tech School of Law beginning in fall of 2014. Cole has led numerous political organizations around Lubbock and Texas Tech, in addition to being the former president of Tech's Zeta Sigma chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, the nation's oldest men's music fraternity, and the Tech Guild of Carilloneurs. He was an opinions columnist for Tech's Daily Toreador from August 2006 to December 2010, and Cole's columns have been featured in Gwen Ifill's Washington Week, the Jewish Collegiate Weekly, as well as other publications. Cole has been a news anchor at KFYO since February 2007.

Redeemer Church to Host District 3 Lubbock City Council Candidate Forum

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

A local church will host a forum for three Lubbock City Council candidates.

Deanne Clark, Jeff Griffith, and Maurice Stanley will participate in the forum at Redeemer Church, which will be held on Thursday, April 17th at 7 p.m.

The forum will be moderated by KFYO’s Chad Hasty.

This event

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Lubbock City Council Approves Synthetic Weed Ban Expansion, Postpones Love’s Travel Stop Vote

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Since the chemical compositions of these synthetic drugs for sale change to get around existing ordinances, the Council approved the ordinance which adds a number of the new chemical structures to the City’s ban list.

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