Julie Fisher worked for KFYO from April 2010-June 2012. Her news stories are archived on KFYO.com
May 29, 2012 Lubbock County Primary Election Results
Check out the latest updates, stats and interviews in the May 12th, 2012 General and Special Election in Lubbock County.
South Plains Food Bank Receives 50,000 Lbs. of Potatoes
A generous anonymous donor affiliated with the Lubbock Texas Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has donated over 50,000 pounds of potatoes to the South Plains Food Bank.
Abernathy Man Jailed on Murder and Assault Charges
An 18-year-old Abernathy man has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated assault after neighborhood shooting between two feuding families.
Child Found Unresponsive Next to Lubbock Apartment Complex Pool
A child was hospitalized after being found unresponsive near a swimming pool last night.
Marsha Sharp’s Brother, C. David Sharp, Dies in Crash
A Lubbock businessman and brother of a Texas Tech basketball legend is dead after a crash yesterday morning.
Xcel Energy Encourages Customers to Practice Power Saving Tips
Xcel Energy released a statement today encouraging customers to reduce electricity usage this summer to avoid straining power supplies.
Citibus to Provide Free Rides for Primary Election Voters
Citibus routes will not be in operation and offices will be closed next Monday for Memorial Day.
Woman Arrested in Early Morning Stabbing
A woman has been arrested in an overnight double stabbing in Lubbock.
Lubbock ISD Changes Dress Code, Makes Administrative Changes
Changes to the dress code include the banning of baggy or sagging pants, tattoos, and extreme hair styles.
Authorities Seek Two in Religious Bookstore Burglary
Authorities are seeking two suspects in a burglary of a religious bookstore here in Lubbock.