I dropped out of college and ended up in radio, somehow. I'm in a band, I play video games, and I like sleep way more than most people. You'll probably hear me on a bunch of commercials here and there. I've lived in Lubbock my entire conscious life, so while I still may be considered "young," I know how things go around here. Or maybe I don't? I'm very self-conscious.
Former City of Lubbock Official Wants to Stay Out of Jail After Child Pornography Charges
Former City of Lubbock Deputy Director of Emergency Management Justin David Musgraves says that he wants to stay out of jail.
Jury Convicts Muleshoe Man of Production of Child Pornography
25-year-old Felipe Mata-Benavidez of Muleshoe has been convicted by a federal jury of production of child pornography after deliberating for 40 minutes.
All United Family Stores Will Be Closed for Easter on April 4th
During its entire 105 years of existence, the United Family has closed all of its stores for Easter Sunday, and 2021 is no exception.
Lubbock Woman Accused of Injuring Child During Argument With Girlfriend
Thirty-three-year-old Jennifer Renee Barrera has been arrested after Lubbock police say she injured a child while arguing with her girlfriend.
Man Pretends To Be Detective, Holds Up National Guard Soldiers Near Idalou
A man from Arizona has been arrested after reports say he tried to run National Guard soldiers off the road near Idalou, Texas and pointed a loaded gun at them.
Lubbock Couple Pleads Guilty to Running Drug Ring in Barbecue Business
A Lubbock couple that was arrested in June of 2020 has pleaded guilty to running a drug ring disguised as their barbecue business.
Texans Given Tax Filing Extensions Following Winter Storm
Following the winter storm event that lasted around a week in Texas, the IRS announced that Texans now have until June 15th, 2021 to file individual and business tax returns.
Shooting Victim Identified as Burglary Suspect in Levelland
A man who was found with a gunshot wound in Levelland on Wednesday, February 17th has been identified as a burglary suspect.
Lubbock Family Sues Coca-Cola Following Fatal Crash
A Lubbock family has sued Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages LLC and one of its employees after the employee was involved in a fatal crash on company time.
Walmart to Limit Stores to 20 Percent of Full Capacity
Starting Saturday, April 4th, Walmart will be limiting the number of customers that are allowed in a store at once.
First Case of COVID-19 Confirmed in Brownfield
the South Plains Public Health District confirmed its first positive case of coronavirus in Brownfield.
Audio of 911 Call By Trevor Rowe Released by Lubbock Police
On Thursday, January 9th, Lubbock Police released a portion of the audio from the 911 call made by 27-year-old Trevor Marquis Rowe when he found 10-month-old Marion Jester-Montoya not breathing.