Julie Fisher worked for KFYO from April 2010-June 2012. Her news stories are archived on KFYO.com
Two Arrested After High Speed Chase
Two people were arrested today after leading Lubbock police on a high speed chase.
Texas Health Care Centers Granted $61 Million
$61 million was awarded to Texas health centers through the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare today.
Lubbock Authorities Seek Two in Overnight Shooting
An East Lubbock tobacco shop owner is shot and left seriously wounded during what may have been an attempted robbery.
Proposed Agricultural Child Labor Laws Withdrawn
U.S. Department of Labor rules that would have redefined child labor laws for Americans have been withdrawn after much disapproval from agricultural families and organizations.
Crosbyton High School Student Arrested for Terroristic Threats
A Crosbyton High School senior has been charged with making terroristic threats at his school.
Arenn Lamar Davis Pleads Guilty to 2010 Murder
A Lubbock man has plead guilty to a 2010 murder.
South Plains College to Hold Open Auditions for “Guys and Dolls”
The South Plains College Fine Arts department is holding open auditions for a play to be performed July.
Low-Level Radioactive Dump Site Approved in West Texas
The go-ahead from state regulators has been given to a Dallas-based company that allows them to bury low-level radioactive waste near the Texas, New Mexico border.
Colorado Scientist Says Texas Will See Above-Average Summer Rainfall
A Colorado scientist says farmers and ranchers in Texas and Oklahoma can look forward to a wetter than average summer this year.
Authorities Seek Sears Robbery Suspects
Lubbock authorities are searching for two people who robbed Sears.