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Places to See Christmas Lights in Lubbock – Our Top 5

In this list, we’ll go over some of our favorite places to go see neighborhoods lit up with the Yuletide cheer.

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Top 10 KFYO News Stories of 2011

Every year seems to be bigger than the last when it comes to news. 2011 was easily the biggest year of news for KFYO. With coverage of the GOP to Haboobs in Lubbock, we were always kept on our toes. That said, here our the 10 top stories of the year from KFYO

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Robert Snyder, KFYO.com
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Texas Tech University: Our Five Favorite Buildings

The Texas Tech University campus is the second largest, in land size, in the United States and it features Spanish Renaissance design and architecture throughout most of the major buildings. If you haven't had a chance to spend time on campus, we recommend you do so.

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Say Hello to the New KFYO Newsletter

Say hello to our new weekly newsletter. Our new weekly newsletter will still offer up everything our past newsletters have, but with a sharper and website friendly look to it.

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Remembering Buddy Holly: Our Top Five Places Commemorating the Lubbock Legend

Arguably Lubbock's most famous citizen that ever lived, Buddy Holly, would have turned seventy-five this week. In honor of his 75th birthday, we've compiled a list of the best places in Lubbock to celebrate the life of the music legend.

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Storied Local Buildings in Lubbock – Our Top Five

Many buildings in the city of Lubbock has a history to them. Many of the buildings have an interesting back story that most may not know. Some buildings you may scratch your head on and some you may agree with

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Stupidest News Stories of Lubbock – Cole’s Top 5

As part of our continuing top five series, I’ve decided to highlight the five local news stories I’ve personally loved to hate in my time involved in news. The top five stupidest news stories are not necessarily in any order, and are my own opinions. Goodness k

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Listen to KFYO Online – Check Out Our New Streaming Player

We've got a great new way for you to listen to KFYO online.

Hit the Listen Live button on the right side of this page to open our new streaming player - where you can listen to us online and browse our latest headlines.

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Worst Streets in Lubbock – Our Top 5

It’s an unfortunate fact that there are many streets to positively hate in Lubbock, but the same can be said for anywhere you may drive regularly. This can be caused by a veritable plethora of things, ranging from the bouffant-clad octogenarian in a Buick Century, to learning to quickly slalom around the traffic cones and barrels that have no doubt been knocked right into your lane. This

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Worst Traffic Lights in Lubbock – Our Top Five

It's a known fact that Lubbock has its share of obnoxious traffic lights. Frankly, you can't drive anywhere in town without hitting at least one that makes you want to curse. But what are the worst traffic lights in Lubbock? It wasn't easy, but we've narrowed the list down to an infuriating top five. Read more to see o

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