I'm a South Plains College graduate and an aspiring musician when I'm not at the radio station. I graduated from Lubbock High School and was a member of the debate team. I anchor newscasts for KFYO & Talk 1340, help produce Pratt on Texas, and DJ weekend shifts on 94.5 FMX.
City of Lubbock Irrigation Restrictions
The City of Lubbock's spring and summer irrigation restrictions will go into effect on Wednesday, April 1st and continue through September 30th.
Lubbock Police Respond to Shots Fired Call
Lubbock Police responded to a shots fired call in the 2700 block of 44th Street on Saturday, March 28th.
Webinar For Small Business Loan Availability Wed. April 1st
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce is offering a webinar on Wednesday, April 1st to help businesses better understand small business loan availability.
Lynn County Confirms First Coronavirus Case
Lynn County Judge Mike Braddock confirmed that on Friday, March 27th, Lynn County had its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
6 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Lubbock Nursing Home, 8 Total New Cases Today
The City of Lubbock has added another 2 cases to the county's previous update of 6 new cases, bringing Lubbock County's total confirmed cases of COVID-19 to 31.
Customers Practice Social Distancing at Lubbock’s Home Depot Near the South Plains Mall
Shoppers are staying six feet away from each other both inside and outside the store.
Four More COVID-19 Cases in Lubbock Make Total 23
At 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 26th, the City of Lubbock confirmed four additional cases of coronavirus, making the total in Lubbock County 23.
Two Cows Wander South Lubbock Road Tuesday Night
Just before 11 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24th, a call came in saying two cows were on the roadway at 82nd Street near Indiana Avenue in Lubbock.
Five More Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Lubbock County
On Wednesday, March 25th the City of Lubbock confirmed five more cases of coronavirus, making the total in Lubbock County 19.
Coronavirus Cases in Lubbock County Grow to 14
The City of Lubbock confirmed four additional cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, March 24th, bringing the total in Lubbock County to 14.