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.
Update: Unknown Explosion at Central Lubbock Home Kills Two
Fire Rescue, EMS, police, and even a Hazmat team were called to the scene of an explosion in central Lubbock Tuesday night.
Lubbock Police Investigate Possible Self-Inflicted Shooting
A victim may be suffering from a serious gun-shot wound that was self-inflicted. Lubbock police are investigating.
Lubbock Officer Injured in Vehicle Accident With Drunk Driver
An officer with the Lubbock Police Department was injured when a drunk driver crashed into their police cruiser.
Update: Deceased Austin Serial Bomber Identified
A man believed to be the Austin serial bomber committed suicide Wednesday morning by detonating a bomb inside his car.
TxDoT Searches for Survivors of Chemical Plant Explosion
TxDoT Staff Sgt. Earl Gillum says recovery crews are using heavy equipment to clear burned debris at the Tri-Chem Industries plant in Cresson, Texas.
Dallas Judge Dismisses Discrimination Lawsuit of ‘Clock Boy’ Family
A judge has dismissed with prejudice a lawsuit filed by the father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his Dallas-area school.
Texas High School Students Injured in Bus Accident
A bus carrying Texas high school band members home from Disney World plunged into a ravine, killing one and injuring others.
City Council Holds Public Hearing on Potential Future Annexation
Some residents complained of possible property tax increases. Some simply said they saw no upside to being annexed in the first place.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to Prosecute 2016 Voter Fraud
A grand jury recently indicted three Robstown residents for nine counts of voter fraud, including ballot theft, vote harvesting, and unlawfully divulging a vote.
21 Senators Introduce Bill to Help Prevent School Violence
The STOP Act would allow grants to be offered to public schools that choose to implement programs and technologies that are proven to prevent school violence.