Visiting with Tom Collins and Laura Mac on Monday's edition of Lubbock's First News were Ronda Menefee and Nancy Horn from the Lubbock area affiliate of Susan G. Komen. Horn, who is the new director of Lubbock's Komen, is a cancer survivor, as is Menefee
The Chad Hasty Show airs 8:30-11am on 790AM KFYO. Listen online at kfyo.com and on your phone with the radioPup App.
Texas Tech's Department of Communications Studies, which includes nearly 150 students and eight faculty members, will be incorporated into the College of Media & Communications.
On Friday, August 8, the Finance and Administration Committee of the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents gave approval to 2015 Fiscal Year Operating Budgets for the university system.
On Friday, Nancy Neal from Lubbock Parks and Recreation spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about upcoming end of season events taking place at Lubbock parks. On August 17th the city is hosting the Canine Splash at Clapp Park pool, which even includes a diving competition
During the month of July 1.2 million gallons were used at an average of 165 gallons per capita daily. This year marks the lowest usage in the last few years with a peak of 1.79 million gallons at 245 gallons per capita daily in the 2010-2011 fiscal year.
The September 9 special election will take place between State Representative Charles Perry, Kerry McKennon, Jodey Arrington and Delwin Jones. Those wishing to vote in the election have until Monday, August 11 to register or update their address.
The annual K-9 Splash Fest will take place at Clapp Pool on Sunday, August 17, which is also the last day of the year for municipal pools to be open.
Those interested in voting in the District 28 Special Election will soon face the deadline to register to vote.
Lubbock Police are searching for a suspect believe to be involved in the robbery of a 7-11