Lubbock radio has been a huge part of my life for my whole life. I grew up in a very musical house that always had the radio or a record on. I'm also a make-up artist at the happiest place on earth: Nightmare On 19th Street. In my spare time, I host sing-a-longs and movie parties at a local movie theater. I enjoy weird movies and books, artificial pineapple flavoring, live music and spreading irresponsible rumors. (Photo: Alicia Kalani Photography)
Please Be On the Lookout for My Friend’s Stolen Bike
River is more than a friend; she's family to our stations. Her grandmother has worked here for many years. So yes, I am taking this one a little personally.
Safety City Drive-In Movie Night to Feature ‘Toy Story’ & The Kids Can Drive Themselves
Kids are encouraged to bring their bikes and battery operated cars to this free 'drive-in' that is special for kids.
Texas’ Most Hated Food — I Could Not Agree More
What's your most hated food? A vegetable? Something too bland? Something with a weird texture? Well, here in Texas- our collective most hated food is offensive to us.
Help Us Find This Texas Tech Helmet That Belongs to the Special Olympics
A Texas Tech helmet, signed by all of the Tech Ring of Honor recipients, was stolen from the Special Olympics.
‘Tornado Alley Tattoo Expo’ Brings Tattoo Culture To Lubbock This Weekend
In addition to incredible tattoo artists- this Expo will feature vendors with unique gifts and merch, daily competitions, and an incredible line-up of entertainment.
Texas Tech Fans Turn Up to Tailgate at the 2017 Season Opener [Photos]
Texas Tech fans came out in droves for the 2017 season opening game against Eastern Washington. See some of our favorite tailgating photos from before the game.
Hurricane Harvey: Pictures From Corpus Christi (And Jacqui Neal)
A collection of photos from our dear friend Jacqui Neal showing the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Corpus Christi, which bore the brunt of the initial impact.
Lubbock Waitress Receives $1,000 Tip at Cast Iron Grill
A Lubbock waitress is $1,000 richer after a particularly generous tip from a couple that was dining at Cast Iron Grill last Friday.
Meet Officer King, the First African American Female Police Officer in Lubbock for 2017
Officer King is the first female African American Lubbock Police Department cadet to graduate in 2017 and the first in many years.
Clovis Family Catches ‘Ghost’ On Home Surveillance Video
A Clovis, New Mexico family believes they caught footage of a ghost on their home surveillance camera