Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
Lubbock City Council Reopens Some Lanes Near Omni Building
The streets near the Omni Building were closed last year due to large marble tiles and other pieces falling off of the building, which has sat vacant for some time. The Council also discussed changing meeting times to earlier in the afternoon.
Texas Tech Ranks Second in Online Degree Programs For Veterans
Tech was ranked second among Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs for Veterans by U.S. News and World Report.
Lubbock County Drug Court Receives Grant From Texas Bar Foundation
The group says that 75 percent of graduates from the Drug Court program do not re-offend.
The United Family Makes Initial Donation for Paul McCartney Oak
The tree is to be planted in commemoration of McCartney’s request to perform a concert in Lubbock, as McCartney is a fan of Buddy Holly.
David McCalla Hired by Lubbock Power and Light
McCalla recently served as general manager for Greenville Electric Utility System and is the former president of the Texas Public Power Association.
12th Annual Memorial Day Service at City of Lubbock Cemetery
Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Boy Scouts will place small American flags on graves designated with a Veterans Affairs memorial headstone or footstone.
John Frullo Named to House Committee on Child Protection
The House Select Committee on Child Protection is charged with studying the incidents of abuse and neglect fatalities in Texas and making recommendations to protect children in Texas.
West Loop 289 Frontage Road to Close For Fatal Crash Investigation
Twenty-two year-old Aaron Osborn was ejected from the Ford Explorer during the Sunday afternoon wreck, and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Robert Duncan Named as Sole Finalist For Texas Tech Chancellor
Duncan was first elected to the Texas House of Representatives in 1992 and to the Texas Senate in 1996.
Fifth Friday Slaton on The Square Looking For Vendors
The event, which is open to all, will be held on May 30th, 2014 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. around the Slaton Downtown Square.