I started my radio career in 1980 in Lufkin, Texas while earning my degree from the 'Harvard of the South,' Stephen F. Austin. I left the piney woods of East Texas to do a radio show in Austin for a few years before heading out to the South Plains. I've been on the air here at KFMX since 1993 and can honestly say that I still love every minute of doing what I do. Rock on!
Family Fun Can Be Had at March’s First Friday Art Trail
It's looking like a perfect evening for the First Friday Art Trail to kick off the month of March.
It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over for Red Raider Basketball
Call me crazy, but the Red Raider basketball team still has much to play for.
WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston Talks WWE’s Road to WrestleMania Stop in Lubbock [Interview]
WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston, a member of the trio that is New Day, took some time to let us know what we can expect when the WWE hits the Hub City this weekend.
Vote for the Best Mom & Pop Burger Joint in Lubbock
Lubbock loves its burger joints, and we have some of the best-ever mom and pop places to get a tasty burger. But who do you think is the best in town?
The TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour Rolls Into Town February 9-10
Get ready to feel the ground shake as the TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour roars into the Hub City.
Have the Flu in Lubbock? Do Us All a Favor and Just Stay Home
If you have a fever, cough, and feel like hammered poo, for the love...please stay home.
Is In-N-Out Burger Coming to Lubbock Soon?
This one is for all you burger lovers.
Feed the Family & Save Some Money With This List of Deals From Lubbock Restaurants
If you have kids, you know how expensive eating out can get. Fortunately, there are restaurants around Lubbock that offer free or reduced meals on certain days.
Fans Go Wild as No. 8 Texas Tech Takes Down No. 2 West Virginia 72-71 [Watch]
Mercy, what a game this afternoon at the United Supermarkets Arena.
59th Annual Carol of Lights at Texas Tech Kicks Off the Holiday Season [VIDEO]
If you have lived in Lubbock for any length of time at all you have no doubt at least heard about the annual Christmas tradition at Texas Tech called The Carol of Lights.