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.
Lubbock Man Arrested for Evading Police in Stolen Vehicle
23-year-old Luke Jameson Landon of Lubbock was arrested after running from police in a stolen vehicle the night of July 13th.
House in North Lubbock Repeatedly Struck by Paintballs, Fireworks
A home in North Lubbock has recently been repeatedly hit by paintballs, and even had fireworks thrown at it.
City of Lubbock Investigating COVID-19 Outbreak at Bender Terrace
The City of Lubbock is investigating a COVID-19 outbreak associated with Bender Terrace Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at 4510 27th Street.
Lubbock Early Voting Site Closed After Worker Tests Positive
The early voting site at the United Supermarket location at 130th Street and Indiana Avenue will be closed for the remainder of Wednesday, July 8th after an election worker tested positive for COVID-19.
Lubbock Police Search For Two Robbery Suspects
Lubbock Police continue the search for 2 suspects that are believed to be connected to a robbery that happened on Sunday, July 5th.
Lubbock Police Respond to Crash Involving Officer
Lubbock Police responded to a crash just before 2 p.m. on Monday, July 6th that involved an officer.
Lubbock County Citizens Free to Have Gatherings of 10+ People [Updated]
Lubbock County Judge Curtis Parrish has issued a proclamation saying that Lubbock County citizens were free to have outdoor gatherings in excess of 10 people.
Six Flags Temporarily Pauses All Paid Social Media Advertising
The morning of Wednesday, July 1st, Six Flags Over Texas announced that it would be pulling all social media advertising.
Sundown ISD Board Member Indicted for Misapplication of Funds
On Friday, July 3rd, Sundown ISD confirmed that member of the Board of Trustees had been indicted for misapplication of funds.
City of Lubbock To Offer Local Businesses Masks
The City of Lubbock has 80,000 free masks that will be distributed by the Chamber of Commerce to eligible local businesses.
Gucci Belt Sale Gone Wrong Leads to 20 Year Prison Sentence
A Lubbock man pleaded guilty to murder and accepted a 20 year prison sentence on Wednesday, July 1st.
Lubbock County Breaks Daily COVID-19 Record; Additional Death Reported
On Tuesday, June 30th, the City of Lubbock broke the record for new COVID-19 cases in one day again, and reported a new death.