Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Members Kelley Ray Elley and Jamie Grant Loveall Plead Guilty
According to court documents, Elley, Loveall, and other ABT gang members and associates agreed to commit multiple acts of murder, robbery, arson, kidnapping, and narcotics trafficking.
Lubbock Civil Air Patrol to Host Check Pilot Training
CAP check pilots administer flight evaluations to members using CAP aircraft. Mission check pilots evaluate CAP pilots who wish to fly search and rescue, disaster relief, homeland security, or air defense missions.
Lubbock Police to Host Promotions and Retirement Ceremony
Seven LPD members will be promoted during a ceremony on Friday, May 2nd. One retiring Lubbock Police member will be honored as well.
Lubbock Police Search For Burglary Suspect
The suspect fled the central Lubbock house with an AR-15 rifle and a Glock 17 pistol before police arrived Wednesday afternoon.
Texas DPS Arrest 26 Following Meth Investigation in Young County
Three properties were searched on Tuesday in Young County, which yielded approximately 28 grams of methamphetamine and two firearms.
Chad Weaver Named Sole Finalist For Lubbock City Attorney Position
The Council unanimously voted to name Chad Weaver as the sole finalist for the City Attorney position.
Texas Reaches Settlement Agreement With West-Ward Pharmaceuticals
The announcement comes from Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who announced the $10 million settlement, which will go to Texas and the federal government.
Kent Hance and James H. Milam to be Inducted as West Texas Legal Legends
The West Texas Legal Legends scholarship program was established in 2004 by Tech Law graduate Wayne Reaud.
Lubbock Police Search For Walmart Theft, Assault Suspect
The guard that attempted to stop the suspect was assaulted, receiving minor injuries.
Texas Tech Baseball’s Eric Gutierrez Named Big 12 Player of the Week
Eric Gutierrez, a Mission, Texas native, is the sixth Red Raider to earn the award twice in a season, and the first since Stephen Hagen in 2011.