Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
Lubbock Educators Association Endorses Maurice Stanley For Lubbock City Council
The Lubbock Educators Association has endorsed Maurice Stanley, who is a candidate for the District Three seat, being vacated by Councilman Todd Klein.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Lubbock-Plainview to Host Kick-Off Fundraiser
The group is seeking to raise $100,000, as they aspire to serve 362 children in 2014, a 12.5 percent increase over last year.
Lubbock City Council Approves Love’s Travel Stop Zoning Request
The Love’s Travel Stop is slated to be built at the southwestern corner of Interstate 27 and Regis Street.
Paul Anthony Rodriguez Charged With Violent Lubbock Dairy Queen Robbery
Lubbock Police detectives have served robbery warrants on 18-year-old Paul Anthony Rodriguez for aggravated robberies at a Dairy Queen and a Whataburger.
LEDA Announces Expansion of Bahama Bucks, TimeForge, Hurley Companies
LEDA says that the total value-added impact for Lubbock County’s Gross Regional Product will be $40.1 million dollars annually.
Coby Ray Named as Texas Tech Student Regent
Ray, a dual degree student in the joint MD/MBA program between Texas Tech and the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, will be the ninth student regent for the Tech system.
United Supermarkets Will Not Sell Tickets For Lubbock Paul McCartney Concert
Tickets for the June 14th Paul McCartney concert in Lubbock will not be sold at United Supermarkets.
Greg Abbott Questions Bureau of Land Management’s Authority to Seize Property Along Red Ri…
Abbott says that there have been reports from BLM field hearings that the federal government is claiming that 90,000 acres of territory along the Red River now belong to the federal government.
Texas Tech Named as Green College by Princeton Review
Tech received the rating in the fifth annual edition of The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges, in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools.
Portion of Interstate 27 in North Lubbock to Close For Accident Investigation
A portion of I-27 will be closed Tuesday to allow Texas DPS troopers to investigate a deadly one-car accident that occurred in late March.