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 Will Lose $161M and 2.2K Jobs When UT and OU Leave, Study Says
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce took to social media on Friday, July 30th to tell how the Perryman Group had conducted a study on the economic impact of losing major Lubbock college athletics.
Lubbock Man Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Almost $700K Worth of Stolen Checks
On Thursday, July 29th, a Lubbock man pleaded guilty in federal court to embezzling almost $700,000 worth of stolen checks.
Man Leads Officers on 115 MPH Chase, Receives 30-Year Prison Sentence
Twenty-eight-year-old Zachary Jay Barfield was sentenced on Thursday, July 29th to 30 years in federal prison for gun and drug crimes.
Anton Man Arrested After Being Accused of Abusing Girlfriend’s Child
20-year-old Christian Lee Lykins of Anton was arrested on Wednesday, July 28th after it's said he abused his then-girlfriend's child on February 1st, 2021.
Children Playing on Swing in Front Yard Almost Abducted in Lubbock
Lubbock Police continue investigating an incident that's being called an attempted kidnapping.
Sketch Related to Skeletal Remains Found in Lubbock Released to Public
On Wednesday, July 28th, Lubbock Police released a sketch related to skeletal remains that were found earlier in the year.
Multiple Vehicles Damaged After Shooting in Central Lubbock Neighborhood
Lubbock Police continue their investigation into a shooting incident that left multiple vehicles and homes damaged in a Central Lubbock neighborhood.
The City of Lubbock Will Pay You to Mow Some Lawns
The City of Lubbock has been backed up when it comes to maintaining lawns for the past 6 weeks, and will now pay contractors to help out.
Suspects Tried to Break in Multiple Times Before Shooting Lubbock Man
Lubbock Police have revealed more information concerning a shooting that happened at a Lubbock apartment complex the morning of Saturday, July 24th.
Dan Pope Asks Governor Greg Abbott to Become Involved in Big 12 Situation
Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope announced on Monday, July 26th that he had recently written a letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott about the future of the Big 12.