Julie Fisher worked for KFYO from April 2010-June 2012. Her news stories are archived on KFYO.com
Governor Perry Appoints Student Regents, Including One Texas Tech Student
A Texas Tech law student is among 11 student regents across the state to be appointed by the governor.
114th Street Road Construction Update
Next week 114th street between Quaker and Trafalgar avenues will reopen after months of widening and paving work on the roadway, with another section closing for construction.
Two El Paso ISD Officials Reassigned Amid Federal Probe
Two El Paso school officials have been reassigned amid a federal probe into the district.
Crash Victim Sues Sodexo, Inc. and Truck Driver
A man and his employer are being sued after a wreck that left one man critically injured.
Bond to be Set for Houston Area Kidnapper
The nurse accused of fatally shooting and running over a Houston mother and kidnapping her child faces now has a set date for her bond hearing.
Glen Robertson Speech to Occupy Lubbock Canceled
A scheduled educational speech for Occupy Lubbock has been canceled.
Governor Perry Extends Drought Disaster Proclamation
Governor Rick Perry today renewed a proclamation declaring Texas in a state of disaster due to drought.
Yo-Yo Ma to Preform With Lubbock Symphony Orchestra
A world-renowned cellist will join the Lubbock Symphony orchestra in a concert this September.
New Texas K-12 Math Standards Approved
New K-12 math curriculum standards for the state have been approved by the State Board of Education.
Arlington Club Owner Held for Plotting Mayor’s Murder
An agent with the FBI says the owner of a topless club in Arlington planned to kill the town’s mayor after the city attempted to revoke his club license.