Jacob Coats is back for his second tour of duty with KFYO News. This time around he is KFYO's morning news anchor. Jacob is married and a graduate of both Lubbock High School and South Plains College. He previously worked for KFYO as a news anchor and show producer from December 2016 - January 2019.
Authorities Searching for Wanted Sex Offender from Lubbock
A Lubbock man is wanted by authorities after failing to register as a sex offender multiple times.
Sentencing Date Set for Former Lubbock Dentist Who Produced Child Pornography
A sentencing date has been set for Jason Paul White, who pleaded guilty last month to production of child pornography.
Man Arrested After Threatening Lubbock Bar Employees at Gunpoint for Allegedly Stealing Wa…
A man was arrested on Monday, October 4th, after he threatened employees at gunpoint for allegedly stealing his wallet.
Lubbock Man Arrested After Drunkenly Waving Gun at Possible Attackers
A Lubbock man was arrested on Saturday, October 2nd after allegedly firing a gunshot at the ground to scare attackers.
Two Individuals Dead After Flight Leaves Lubbock and Crashes in Georgia
A flight leaving Lubbock on Tuesday, October 5th, turned deadly after going through a storm and crashing in Georgia.
Lubbock Police Issue Silver Alert for Johnny Lee Whetstone
Lubbock Police have issued a Silver Alert for Johnny Lee Whetstone, who was last seen at 1 p.m. October 4th.
S.W.A.T. Called for Domestic Dispute in Central Lubbock
Lubbock Police along with the S.W.A.T. team were called to a domestic disturbance Saturday morning at a home in the area of 30th Street and Avenue X.
Reagor-Dykes Trustee Accuses Ford Motor Credit Company of Knowing About and Participating …
A Reagor-Dykes trustee accused Ford of knowing about fraud before the Reagor Dykes bankruptcy case and participating in it.
Argument in East Lubbock Leads Father to Allegedly Kill His Daughter
Lubbock Police responded to reports of a stabbing Thursday afternoon, but when officers arrived, a woman was found with a gunshot wound.
Texas DPS Releases Annual Crime Report, Overall Crime Down
Even with overall crime on a slight decline, the murder rate nearly tripled, increasing by 180 percent