Brenda Duby of United Supermarkets dropped by the studio to provide some advice on healthier alternatives to traditional Fourth of July foods.
Mika Wyatt came by the studio and talked about the organic cotton of Africa, as well as the dangers of weed eating around trees.
Covenant Health will host a support group focusing on living with diabetes.
The group will meet the first Monday of each month throughout the remainder of 2014 and discuss new topics each time. The next meeting will take place Monday, July 7, 2014 and the topic of the meeting will be insulin and medication
Lubbock Police are searching for three suspects involved in the theft of a trailer from the Lubbock Auto Auction.
After the Elemental Trading Company store was searched by the Lubbock District Attorney's Office, several packages of synthetic marijuana were confiscated.
During Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News on KFYO, Breedlove's Marketing and Development Director David Hankins came by the studio to discuss his company and some of the meals they sell.
Randy Weaver of Texas Battery swung by the studio to discuss a revolutionary automotive lubrication by Muscle Products now being sold at Texas Battery.
Congressman Randy Neugebauer talked about the Supreme Court ruling on Obama's appointments, as well as the crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border and ongoing "missing e-mail" controversy.
In the World War 2 themed two week long camp, children will have the opportunity to experience the life of a WW2 soldier.
Registration is underway for South Plains College’s second summer session of classes and fall 2014 semester.
The second summer session begins July 8 and ends August 8. Fall classes begin August 25 and end December 11