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.
City Bank’s Community Rewards Program to Benefit Non-Profits
The deadline to register your charity for City Bank's 11th consecutive Community Rewards Program is Wednesday, October 24th. Voting begins October 29th.
Southeast Texas School District Purchases Bulletproof Vests
Edna ISD just purchased a dozen ballistic vests that are designed to stop bullets from handguns, shotguns, and even stabbings.
Lubbock Parks and Recreation Hosts 10th Annual Pumpkin Trail
Carved jack-o-lanterns will line the trail along with 45 displays hosted by local businesses and civic groups.
Senator Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke Meet for 2nd Live Debate
The tense race between Senator Ted Cruz and his opponent, Beto O’Rourke, heats up even more Tuesday night as the two meet for their second political debate in San Antonio at 8:00 p.m.
Texas A&M Board of Regents Chairman Criticizes Texas Tech Vet School
Texas A&M Board of Regents Chairman Charles Schwartz had harsh words for Texas Tech University's proposed veterinary school, set to be built in Amarillo.
Judge Approves Motion that Benefits Reagor-Dykes Customers
A bankruptcy judge has granted a motion put forth by Reagor-Dykes, that gives retail lenders the ability to pay off taxes, title and license fees of affected customers.
Luke Siegel Is in Stable Condition After Suffering a Brain Bleed
On Monday, Luke Siegel reportedly fell off the side of a curb while in his wheelchair and suffered a brain bleed. He's now reportedly in stable condition.
Meeting of TTU Board of Regents Yields Three Notable Developments
Dr. Tedd Mitchell is named a sole finalist for the position of Chancellor, and Chairman Robert Francis announces plan to step down from the TTU Board of Regents.
Electric ‘Bird’ Scooters Invade Lubbock
Without warning a few weeks ago, Lubbock residents began to see electric Bird scooters on sidewalks and street corners in North Lubbock. But are they here to stay?
Ford Objects to Payment of Former Legal Council of Reagor-Dykes
In the Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy case, Ford Motor Credit has filed a motion in court, objecting to the employment of the Mullin Hoard & Brown law firm.