Jacob Estrada worked as a KFYO News Anchor & Show Producer from 2013-2015 & 2017-2021
2 Shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine May Not Be Enough
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla says Americans may need a 3rd shot to keep protection from the COVID-19 virus, and even potentially an annual shot.
Former Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst Charged with Family Violence
Dewhurst was arrested Tuesday, April 13, after police were called to an altercation at Dallas Love Field Airport that involved Dewhurst and a potential family member.
CDC Investigates Blood Clots Potentially Linked to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 Vaccine
The FDA announced Tuesday, April 13, that 6 women have developed a rare blood clot after taking the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, leading to 1 death and 1 hospitalization.
Another Lubbock Police Officer Injured in Traffic Stop Gone Wrong
A Lubbock Police Officer suffered minor injuries on Sunday, April 11, when their patrol vehicle crashed after a traffic stop turned into a car chase.
Ken Paxton Sued for Blocking Followers on Twitter
The lawsuit claims that by blocking constituents from seeing information from @KenPaxtonTX, the TX attorney general is infringing on First Amendment rights.
FEMA to Reimburse Americans for COVID-19 Funeral Costs
If you’ve had to bury a loved one who passed away from COVID-19, you could qualify to have funeral costs reimbursed by FEMA through a new program.
Lubbock Man Shot to Death Outside Chips Sports Bar
When officers arrived at Chips Sports Bar in Lubbock, they found 28-year-old Timothy Bailey lying in the parking lot with multiple gunshot wounds.
Victim Says 4 Armed Robbery Suspects Threatened to Kill Him
The 4 robbery suspects are described as each wearing dark hoodies, gloves, and white masks, and were each armed with a semi-automatic weapon.
Human Smugglers Drop 2 Toddlers Over 14-Foot Border Fence
U.S. Border Patrol is working with Mexican authorities to try and identify the 2 smugglers. Meanwhile, conditions at the U.S. border continue to worsen.
Violent Domestic Abuse Is Alive and Well in Lubbock, Texas
In October 2020, a Lubbock woman was shot by her husband. In November, another woman was shot and killed by a former boyfriend, and now another shooting.