Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Alejandro Hernandez talked with Tom and Laura about the upcoming theatrical production of Into the Woods, opening at Children and Adults Theatrical Studio (C.A.T.S.)
Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Nancy Neil of Lubbock Parks and Recreation described the Halloween-themed event to take place this month and called for more pumpkin donations.
The 5th annual pumpkin trail is a pathway lined with jack-o-lanterns donated for the walk
On Monday's edition of Lubbock's First News, James Nesmith, administrative manager of the Science Spectrum, described the new film about Jerusalem.
Jerusalem, a product of National Geographic was filmed specifically to be viewed on a large screen. Nesmith
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Melissa Pierce, with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), gave the details on the upcoming 20th anniversary fundraiser luncheon to be held this month.
CASA is an organization that works with children placed into foster care
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Emily Wilkenson for the National Ranching Heritage Center talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about their upcoming outdoor movie showing.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Corlis Norman from Redeemer Lutheran Church talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about their upcoming fundraiser.
Thursday on Lubbock's First News, Tonja Hagy with the First Friday Art Trail described the new mobile application that can be used to navigate the Art Trail. Also, Lem Arroyo with the Legacy Event Center gave the details on the exhibit to feature the 19th annual Komen Race for the Cure
Wednesday on Lubbock's First News, Joan Lunden, host of Good Morning America for seventeen years, talked with Tom and Laura about the changing values and methods in journalism over the years. She also discussed her platform on women's health
Tuesday on Lubbock's First News, Kevin Bryan, president of Monterey Optimist Basketball, gave details on sign-ups this week.
This annual event has both boys and girls divisions for those in 1st through 6th grades
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Kim Turner, 6th and 7th grade English teacher and middle school student council sponsor, brought a group of girls from the Margaret Talkington School for Young Women Leaders to give the details of their fundraising efforts for the Susan G