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Matt is the Morning News Anchor for News/Talk 790, KFYO & 98.1 KOOL FM. On Saturday afternoons (4pm CDT), he hosts the KFYO news magazine program "The Matt Crow Show." Matt has spent his entire career in communications, in both the private and public sectors. Matt has worked in various press/communication capacities in the executive and legislative branches of government, beginning as a press advance man for President Reagan, and continuing through the administrations of Presidents Bush '41 and '43, respectively. Matt has also served on Capitol Hill as a communications director in the House of Representatives. Matt is a native Californian and attended the Don W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada. He enjoys running and is an avid reader of history.

Stargazers Get Special Treat with Mars

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NASA

The clear skies of West Texas will provide star gazers a unique opportunity this evening (April 8), when Mars, Earth and the sun will be arranged in a nearly-straight line.

NASA astronomers report that every two years, Mars reaches a point in its orbit called "opposition," when the "Red" planet lies directly opposite the sun in Earth's sky

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Honor Flight Fundraiser at Movie Premiere

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Starting tonight and going through the weekend you and your family can take in a terrific movie and at the same time help support the Texas South Plains Honor Flight program.

The Stars and Stripes Drive In here Lubbock is showing the latest “Captain America” movie – entitled “Captain America: Winter Soldier” – and tonight and tomorrow night, the Drive In will donate 10% of their ticket and concession sales to help fund the next honor flight to the Nation’s war memorials in Washington DC

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Gov. Perry in Lubbock Wednesday

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Governor Rick Perry is in Lubbock tomorrow – he’ll help honor Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance at a reception on campus and accept an award for his work in rehabilitating drug offenders.

Perry will make remarks at an event honoring Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance at a reception on campus

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Feds release report on Littlefield crash

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NTSB

Federal investigators have released their accident report on the fatal airplane crash last year in Littlefield.

Investigators say a specific maneuver led to last year's deadly glider crash that killed the pilot,  79-year-old Eddie Hogland and his passenger,  13-year-old Taylor Brown

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Lubbock GOP Starts Convention

KFYO
KFYO

 

Precinct delegates and  elected officials have started the 2014 Lubbock County Republican Party Convention. The convention is being held at Lubbock's Memorial Civic Center.

Following an invocation by Pastor Jim Robinson, Party Chairman Carl Tepper welcomed delegates and provided an overview of the convention schedule.

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Nuclear Weapons Waste Headed for Andrews

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Radioactive waste that’s unable to be stored underground in New Mexico could be coming to West Texas.

That’s the latest word from Department of Energy that oversees operations at the SE New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), which has been closed since last month due to a fire and leak of radiation

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“Phantom Cloud” Mystifies Experts

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NWS

Weather and radar experts are examining what many are calling a “mystery cloud” that appeared on Eastern New Mexico and West Texas radars earlier in the week.

U.S. National Weather Service offices in Albuquerque and El Paso have confirmed the reading, but say they have no idea where the several-mile-wide cloud could have come from

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Lubbock road improvements approved

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Several road infrastructure projects were approved by Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization’s transportation policy committee yesterday during the committee’s regular meeting.

The eight approved projects for the 2015-18 Transportation Improvement Program are: Continuing to rebuild 34th Street, with special attention to the stretch of the road between Quaker and Indiana avenues; Adding landscaping improvements along University Avenue between Marsha Sharp Freeway and Amherst Street; Continuing to rebuild Erskine Street, with between Texas Tech Parkway and Indiana Avenue; Widening a stretch of 98th Street from University Avenue to U

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