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.
LPD Asks For Help Identifying Aggravated Robbery Suspect
Lubbock Police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect involved in an aggravated robbery on Wednesday, May 13th.
Coronado High School Announces 2020 Commencement Exercise
Lubbock ISD will be able to celebrate Coronado High School 2020 graduation with a commencement exercise on Saturday, June 6th.
Lori Rice-Spearman Sole Finalist for TTU Health Sciences Center President
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents announced on Thursday, May 14th the selection of Lori Rice-Spearman as the sole finalist to become the next president for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
Lubbock’s Citibus to Launch Microtransit Service
On Wednesday, May 20th, Lubbock's Citibus will launch its Citibus On-Demand service, a microtransit pilot project.
Lubbock Meals On Wheels Receives $2,500 grant
On Wednesday, May 13th, Lubbock Meals on Wheels announced it was awarded a $2,500 grant through funding from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas to help with COVID-19 relief efforts.
New Lubbock High School Softball Coach Hired
The Lubbock ISD Athletics Department has announced that Daniela Garcia-Frazier was selected as the new coach for the Lubbock High School softball team.
More Details Released Surrounding Deadly May 1st Crash
More details have been released concerning a deadly crash that happened on Friday, May 1st in Lubbock.
Floydada Police Ask For Information Relating to April 27th Burglary
Floydada Police are asking for information relating to a burglary that happened back on Monday, April 27th.
Update: Lubbock Police Arrest Murder Suspect
Lubbock Police have charged 22-year-old Christopher Carmona for the May 11 shooting death of a man near the King David Trails Apartments at 5401 50th Street.
2 More Possible COVID-19 Community Exposure Sites Identified in Lubbock
The City of Lubbock Health Department has identified two more locations to be possible COVID-19 community exposure sites.