John Pekowski worked at KFYO from August-October 2012
Ransom Canyon Bike/Run to Raise Money for Burn Patients
Texas Tech wants you to get in shape and contribute to a worthy cause.
Formula 1 Coming to Austin in November [VIDEO]
Austin Texas is officially ready to host the first Formula 1 race in the United States since 2007.
Romney Promises Military Aid to Syrian Rebels [VIDEO]
In a wide-ranging foreign policy speech to the Virginia Military Institute on Monday, leading presidential contender Mitt Romney berated the policies of the Obama administration, citing a failure to support our allies, and an over eagerness to compromise with our enemies.
Prehistoric Pachyderm Tooth Found by Texas Fisherman [VIDEO]
A Texas fisherman caught more than he bargained for during a recent fishing outing near San Antonio.
Lubbock ISD Students Named National Merit Commended Students
Sixteen LISD students have scored in the top five percentile on the Preliminary SAT, and the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
Texas Tech Team Honored for Contribution to Orion Spacecraft
As a result of the decommissioning of the overly complicated and accident-prone Space Shuttle, a vacuum has existed in the area of indigenous human spaceflight capabilities for the United States.
Local Classical Music Legend Stuart Hinds to Perform Friday [VIDEO]
Local classical music practitioner Stuart Hinds is renowned for his innovative vocal technique, and this Friday presents an excellent opportunity to hear him live.
West Texas Thinkers Tell Their Tales at TED
The inaugural TEDxLubbock conference will be held today from 9am to 5pm at the The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA).
Texas Drenched by Persistent Drizzle
Texas has been drenched by a steady stream of rainfall, which is not expected to completely subside until Sunday. In over an 18 hour period, the deluge has produced 3-4 inches and flash flooding in some areas, with the encrusted earth lacking the absorbency to sponge-up the moisture fast enough.
Clovis Police Department Investigating Cyber Bullying On Facebook
Clovis Police are investigating reports of cyber bullying against a Clovis school student. The provocations occurred on Facebook, and electronic evidence has been preserved, to the extent that authorities may pursue a charge of Harassment under New Mexico State Criminal Law.