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UPDATE 9:02p, June 7
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued until 1a, Sunday morning for Parmer, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe, Bailey, Lamb, Cottle, Floyd, Hale, Cochran, Hockey, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens and Yoakum counties.
The Flash Flood Watch has bee
Llano Estacado Winery will hold its Wine and Clay Festival this weekend. The two-day festival will be held Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8.
Local artists, including the Llano Estacado Clay guild, will have works on display at the event. Admission for the Wine and Clay Festival is free.
Severe Weather is making its presence felt across the South Plains and Eastern New Mexico Friday night.
As of 9:45p here are the following weather watches or warnings in effect:
A Tornado Watch is in effect until 1a, June 7, 2014 for the following South Plains counties: Bailey, Hale, Cochran, Floyd, Lamb, Hale, Briscoe, Hall, Castro, Parmer, Childress, Swisher and Yoakum counties
Lubbock Police are searching for 74 year-old Bettye Jane McWilliams. She was last seen Tuesday night in Big Spring
AS OF JULY 3, 2014
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The three-day Memorial Day weekend was a wet one in Lubbock and the South Plains. Some portions of Lubbock, and the South Plains, received over 5" of rain over the past week.
Some of the higher rainfall totals on Monday included Slaton with 2
Friday morning, some much-needed rain came to Lubbock and the South Plains.
As of 8:30a on Friday, here are some regional rainfall totals: 1.29” inches of rain here at the KFYO Studios. 1.1“ inches at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport
"Moore Excitement" has reached the pinnacle of college football, as Jerry Moore was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame on Thursday. Moore was the head coach for three different teams during his career: North Texas (1979 & 1980), Texas Tech (1981-1985) and Appalachian State (1989-2012).