Cole Shooter served as KFYO's Afternoon News Anchor from February 2007- June 2014
Southbound Main Lanes of Interstate 27 to Close Friday
The southbound main lanes of I-27 in New Deal will close on Friday, June 6th to allow crews to remove sections of concrete barriers.
Police Find Body in Big Spring During Search For Rachel Guzman
Lubbock Police say that they are currently processing evidence and working with local officials to identify the remains.
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum Receives TripAdvisor Award
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas, has received the 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award.
Texas Tech Baseball to Host First NCAA Super Regional In Program History
The Red Raiders' win comes after they managed to defeat the University of Miami on Monday afternoon, after losing to them earlier in the day.
Lubbock Economic Index Shows Improvement For April 2014
So far, the Lubbock Economic Index has risen for 30 out of 32 months during the current cycle of recovery.
Lubbock Police Search For Hit & Run Driver, Witnesses
Seventy-nine year-old Margaret Alford was hit by a vehicle on Friday in the 5400 block of Bangor Avenue, and Lubbock Police are searching for the culprit.
Increased Funding For Marsha Sharp Freeway
According to TxDOT, the completed phase of the freeway will connect Lubbock to Wolfforth.
Lubbock Police Say Remains Found Are Those of Missing Woman
According to Lubbock Police, the remains have been positively identified as those of 62-year-old Shelley Jordan.
Longtime South Plains College Administrator to Retire
Anthony “Tony” Riley will conclude his professional career that featured more than 30 years of service at SPC and 30 years of active and reserve service in the military on June 30th, 2014.
Coffee With The Mayor Scheduled For June 3rd
Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson encourages citizens to bring any questions or comments to the event.