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.
Possible COVID-19 Community Exposure at 3 Lubbock Convenience Stores
The City of Lubbock has confirmed a positive Coronavirus case involving an employee of three Stripes Convenience Store locations.
Teenager Shoots Lubbock K-9, Exchanges Gunfire With Police
Lubbock police officers responded to a domestic violence situation in the 5500 block of Amherst Street that led to gunfire being exchanged.
Walmart to Limit Stores to 20 Percent of Full Capacity
Starting Saturday, April 4th, Walmart will be limiting the number of customers that are allowed in a store at once.
Lubbock’s Stay-At-Home Extended Through April 30th
On Friday, April 3rd, the Lubbock City Council approved Mayor Dan Pope's emergency declaration made a week prior to stop or slow the spread of COVID-19.
Lubbock ISD Arrest Employee for Causing Injury to Child
Lubbock ISD Police have arrested a district employee who is suspected of causing injury to a child and injury to a disabled individual.
Stepping Stones Daycare Says Child Exposed to COVID-19 Tests Negative
Lubbock's Stepping Stones daycare says that a child that was exposed to COVID-19 through a family member has tested negative.
City of Lubbock Confirms 8 More COVID-19 Cases, One Additional Death
On Wednesday, April 1st, the City of Lubbock confirmed eight new Coronavirus cases, bringing the total in the county to 108.
Lubbock Man Accused of Intentionally Crashing Van Into SUV
A Lubbock man was arrested the morning of Tuesday, March 31st after being accused of crashing his van into an SUV in the 6200 block of University Avenue.
Lubbock Woman Arrested After Threatening, Spitting on Police Officer
A woman was arrested at the Walmart at 4205 South Loop 289 in Lubbock on Tuesday, March 31st after she allegedly threatened and spit on an officer.
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.
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.