An aspiring writer and radio producer out of Lubbock, Texas. Jacob graduated from South Plains College in 2014 with an AAS degree in Sound Technology and is set to graduate in 2019 with a Bachelor's in Media Communications from Full Sail University in Florida. Jacob anchors KFYO News on weekday mornings and contributes to KFYO.com.
Deadline Approaches for Winter Storm Related SBA Disaster Loans
According to FEMA, homeowners can apply for up to $200,000 to cover damages to their primary residence, if it was damaged in the winter storm in Feb. 2021.
Frenship Youth Baseball Game Interrupted by Gunfire
America's favorite pastime was cut short Friday night, April 30th, after shots rang out near a youth baseball field in Eastern Lubbock.
Constitutional Carry Bill Inches Closer to Gov. Abbott’s Desk
The controversial Constitutional Carry measure is gaining traction among Republican lawmakers, and has been advanced to the floor of the Texas Senate.
Lubbock Man Indicted for 2nd Time on Charges of Stalking
A Lubbock woman told police that the man had been driving by and watching her house multiple times, and even learned her husband's work schedule.
Lubbock Man Impersonated LPD Officer During Road Rage Incident
30-year-old Kevin-Michael Waits faces charges of impersonating an officer and crashing into another vehicle during a road rage incident in Lubbock on April 21.
Woman Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Scheme in Lubbock County
A Lubbock woman with ties to Mexico has received her sentence for helping run a drug trafficking operation in Lubbock County.
Texas Tech University & American Red Cross Host Blood Drive
Texas Tech University and the Red Cross are trying to fill at least 200 appointment slots for their upcoming blood drive on Monday, April 26 2021.
One Person is Dead After Camper South of Lubbock Burns Down
The Lubbock Police Department’s Metro Special Crimes Unit is investigating a body that was found at the site of a fire Thursday morning, April 22nd, 2021.
Texas Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremony to Honor LPD Officer
LPD Officer Nicholas Lee Reyna lost his life on January 11, 2020, while responding to an accident on I-27 in Lubbock.
United Supermarkets Cancels Remaining April COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
United Supermarkets was relying on the now-shelved Johnson & Johnson vaccine to help vaccinate college students since it only required a single dose.