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.
Texas Tech Student Tests Positive for the Coronavirus
Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec said on Wednesday, March 18th that a student that was evacuated from Europe has tested positive for COVID-19 upon returning to Lubbock.
City of Lubbock Facilities Change Operating Hours
Until Friday, March 20th, City of Lubbock facilities will change operating hours to 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lubbock ISD, Frenship ISD & Lubbock-Cooper ISD Officially Extend Spring Break for Students
Superintendents Kathy Rollo, Michelle McCord & Keith Bryant announced that their their respective school districts would all extend the Spring Break period.
Governor Greg Abbott Activates National Guard
On Tuesday, March 17th, Texas Governor Greg Abbott activated the Texas National Guard to be prepared to assist with response efforts for COVID-19.
City of Lubbock Utilities Suspend Electric & Water Disconnections Amid Coronavirus Pandemi…
In response to concerns over coronavirus, City of Lubbock Utilities will be suspending electric and water disconnections due to late payments.
No More Than 200 Can Gather Publicly in Lubbock
The City of Lubbock officially declared a public health disaster Monday afternoon.
Lubbock Man Shoots Home Invasion Suspect
Just before midnight on Sunday, March 15th, Lubbock Police responded to a shots fired call in the 3200 block of 43rd Street.
Greg Abbott Waives State Trucking Regulations to Expedite Delivery of Resources
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced that he is waiving certain regulations related to commercial trucking in the state of Texas.
Joyland to Remain Open Despite Threat of COVID-19
Joyland Amusement Park issued a press release on Friday, March 13th, 2020 that they will be increasing their focus on cleanliness and remaining open.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz Extends Self-Quarantine After 2nd Exposure to COVID-19
Cruz says that while he still doesn't feel any symptoms, he will extend his self-quarantine to March 17th out of an abundance of caution.