I've produced The Chad Hasty Show on KFYO since 2014, and help out with the P.M. edition of The Chad Hasty Show, as well as KFYO Mornings, and sports on Talk 1340. In 2010, I completed a 29-year career as an air traffic controller, the first four year serving in the United States Air Force, and the rest with the Federal Aviation Administration. I'm a West Texas native, am married with two children and a miniature schnauzer, and have been a professional photographer for many years. I love the outdoors and the night sky, reading, music, shooting, and spicy food, and I ride my unicycle 10-15 miles per week. As a long time talk-radio fan, I really enjoy being on air and part of the process on the blowtorch broadcast at KFYO.
Next SpaceX Starship High Altitude Test Launch Coming Very Soon
Space exploration and technology fans should not miss the SpaceX Starship SN11 prototype high-altitude test flight coming soon, possibly Sunday March 21, 2021 in southern Texas.
Two Mosquito-Borne Viruses Confirmed in Lubbock
The St. Louis Encephalitis Virus and the West Nile Virus have recently been detected in mosquito virus screening samples collected in Lubbock.
Steve Munisteri Discusses Abbott Ratings, Trump Campaign [INTERVIEW]
Steve Munisteri and Matt Crow discuss the difficulties facing White House candidates during the coronavirus crisis.
Steve Evans And Chad Hasty Talk Texas GOP Convention, More [INTERVIEW]
Lubbock County Republican Party Chairman Steve Evans on The Chad Hasty Show with a recap of the state GOP convention, and a discussion about the new state party chairman Allen West, and more.
Silver Spur Gun and Blade Show Is This Weekend in Lubbock [Interview]
Kim Sansom from Silver Spur Trade Shows on The Chad Hasty Show talking about their gun and blade show taking place this Saturday and Sunday, July 25th and 26th.
‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ Composer Ennio Morricone Passes Away in Italy
Ennio Morricone, one of the world's most prolific and acclaimed film score composers, has passed away in Rome at the age of 91.
Alarming National And Local Declines in New Residential Housing Construction
The Lubbock metro area recorded a 9.3 percent decline in new residential construction permits for the month of April, 2020, and permits were down nationally by 20 percent, representing well over a $4 billion reduction.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton On Property Tax Increase Rumors, Mail-In Voting, More [INTERVIEW]
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on The Chad Hasty Show discussing the latest on the coronavirus front and the urgent efforts to resume normal business in Texas, rumors that the governor's executive orders allow cities to bypass the 3.5% property revenue increase, and the latest on mail-in balloting for the next election.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing Now Available Through Covenant Health
For the first time in the Lubbock area, COVID-19 antibody testing is available.
Cornyn Says Congress Still Doing Important Work Despite Coronavirus [INTERVIEW]
Cornyn shared an update on the ongoing confirmation process of nominees for federal judge and other positions, as well as how the Senate is managing to continue important work in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Councilman Griffith Discusses New Loan Program For Lubbock Small Businesses [INTERVIEW]
Lubbock City Councilman Jeff Griffith on The Chad Hasty Show discussing the new loans available for small businesses for in Lubbock.
Charles Perry Shares Financial Assistance Information For Self Employed Texans, Contractors [INTERVIEW]
Senator Charles Perry shares information on unemployment benefits available for contractors and self employed people during the coronavirus crisis, and what is being done to help speed up the processes.