I'm an aspiring writer and radio producer out of Lubbock, Texas. I graduated from South Plains College in 2014 with an AAS degree Sound Technology and earned an Audio Production Certificate from Full Sail University in 2016. I'm currently working toward a Bachelor's in Media Communications. I anchor KFYO News on weekday mornings and contribute to KFYO.com.
Four People Shot Outside Texas Roadhouse in San Antonio
On Sunday night, Feb. 18, a masked shooter fired on a group of people waiting outside a Texas restaurant, wounding one child and three adults.
Governor Greg Abbott Announces $1 Billion in New FEMA Funds
Governor Greg Abbott has announced that Texas can expect more than a billion new dollars in mitigation funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A Debate Between Republican Candidates for Lubbock County Judge
A debate between the three Republican candidates for Lubbock County Judge will be moderated by KFYO's Chad Hasty.
Lubbock City Council Approves Terms of ERCOT Transition Agreement
Lubbock Power & Light’s proposed stipulations for the move to ERCOT were approved unanimously during a meeting of the Lubbock City Council.
Governor Abbott Endorses Primary Opponent of Lyle Larson
Governor Greg Abbott has endorsed Chris Fails, the primary challenger of state Representative Lyle Larson of San Antonio race.
Lubbock Police Investigate Two Vehicle Accidents, Including Deadly Hit-and-Run
A 1-year-old child is in critical condition after a two-vehicle accident Thursday evening just south of Lubbock, and one person was killed in a hit-and-run crash.
Grand Jury Clears Dallas Police in 2016 Sniper Shooting
A grand jury has declined to bring charges against Dallas police, who killed the infamous sniper that went on a shooting spree during a downtown rally in 2016.
Texas Rangers Ordered by Abbott to Investigate Karolyi Ranch
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has ordered an investigation into the recent allegations of sexual assault of athletes at the Karolyi Ranch in Huntsville, Texas.
Two People Face Charges in Death of Lubbock Teenager
An unnamed minor has been charged with murdering 17-year-old Brenden McGuire.
Texas Town Receives $10.44 Million in Plant Explosion Lawsuit Settlement
The city council in the town of West has accepted $10.44 million dollars to settle its claims against the defendants, which include makers and suppliers of ammonium nitrate, the explosive fertilizer involved in the blast.