Maggie Boomer was a KFYO News Anchor and producer from September 2015-January 2018
Lubbock Grand Jury Indicts Hollis Daniels for Capital Murder in Campus Cop Shooting
Wednesday, November 1st, 19-year-old Hollis Daniels III, was indicted by a grand jury in Lubbock for capital murder.
Dairy Queen Owner Closes 29 Locations in Texas, Oklahoma & New Mexico [Updated]
The parent company of several South Plains locations of Dairy Queen filed for bankruptcy on Monday and are closing 29 stores in Texas.
Retiring Lubbock ISD Superintendent Pens Heartfelt Letter to the Community
Dr. Berhl Robertson, Jr. has sent out a letter to the community announcing that he will be retiring as Lubbock ISD superintendent at the end of this school year.
Body of Missing Child Identified, Father Confesses to Hiding Her Body
The body of Sherin Mathews, a toddler who went missing in Richardson, Texas, has been identified and the adoptive father of the girl has been charged in relation to her death.
Fritch Man Sentenced for Transporting 2,300 Images of Child Pornography
Twenty-four-year-old Kelly Neil Black was sentenced to 20 years in prison 15 years supervised release on one count of transportation of child pornography.
Police Find Child’s Body in Richardson, Possibly Sherin Mathews
Monday, October 23, Richardson police are waiting on identification of a body found near the home where a toddler was reported as missing earlier this month.
Texas Tech Shooter Possibly Sold Drugs Out of His Dorm, According to Search Warrant
A search warrant has revealed new information about the shooting that occurred on Texas Tech's Campus Police Headquarters earlier this month.
Changes Coming for Lubbock’s Solid Waste Fees
The City of Lubbock is reminding both residents and commercial property owners that changes to fees for solid waste took place at the start of the month.
Missing Texas Girl’s 4-Year-Old Sister Removed From Home, Father Facing Neglect Charges
The adoptive father of a still-missing 3-year-old has had his other daughter removed from his home as he faces neglect charges.
LPD Chief Honors Fallen Texas Tech Police Officer: ‘He Was a Fine Man’ [Video]
Thursday, October 12th, Lubbock Police Chief Greg Stevens held a press conference to give more insight on the officer who was murdered on Texas Tech campus.