Pat McNeill worked for KFYO News from 2014-2016
Lubbock City Council Passes Budget for 2016-17 Fiscal Year, Approves Use of Lubbock Power & Light Customer Database for Law Enforcement
The Lubbock City Council passed a budget for 2016-17 and a zoning change for a proposed downtown business.
Texas Father on Trial for Carving Pentagram in Son’s Skin
Jury selection in a bizarre aggravated assault trial caused by a disturbed father who believed his wife was cheating began today, January 5, 2016. The father allegedly abused his son and, as always, the devil is in the details.
Murder Suspect Wanted by Lubbock Police
Lubbock police have identified one suspect in the murder of 22-year-old Henry Anderson, who died from a gunshot wound December 3, 2015.
CRMWA Aqueduct to Lubbock Falters, City Prepared
The City of Lubbock will have to rely on what water resources it has on-hand for the next two weeks as the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority aqueduct that brings in fresh water from Roberts County is down.
Blue Bell Under Criminal Investigation by DOJ
The Department of Justice is trying to determine when Blue Bell management learned about the listeria contamination that eventually killed three.
What’s That Smell in the Lubbock Air?
Atmos energy received an influx of calls Wednesday, December 30, from Lubbockites concerned about an oil field miasma permeating the city,that smells much like natural gas or burning motor oil.
Central Lubbock Robbery and Kidnapping Perpetrated by Friend of Victim
Two were kidnapped at gunpoint early December 30 in Lubbock; police believe one of the kidnappees set up the other and arrested them along with three others.
LP&L Completes Power Restoration, Xcel has Few Remaining Outages
Lubbock Power & Light reported Wednesday, December 30, all remaining power outages due to extreme winter weather were eliminated Tuesday afternoon. Xcel Energy still shows several outages across the region.
Friends Asking for Donations to Help Lubbock Family Displaced by Fire
A Lubbock home caught fire early Tuesday morning, resulting in its total loss. Now, friends of the displaced family are seeking donations to help them.
Closures and Delays in Lubbock and the South Plains for Wednesday, December 30
Here's what's open and what's closed in Lubbock and across the South Plains.