Jacob Estrada worked as a KFYO News Anchor & Show Producer from 2013-2015 & 2017-2021
New Stimulus Checks Could Hit Bank Accounts in March 2021
The American Rescue Plan would provide $1,400 payments to single Americans making less than $75,000 and married couples making less than $150,000.
Governor Abbott Says No New Lockdowns During Lubbock Visit
Texas Governor Greg Abbott made the announcement Thursday, Nov. 19 while visiting Lubbock during a surge in COVID-19. He also gave news on a new therapy drug.
Lubbock Police Arrest 2 Parents for Child Endangerment
After responding to a civil disturbance call, officers discovered 2 kids in unsanitary living conditions at 207 39th Street.
Seven People Injured in Boating Accident on Lake Brownwood
The accident occurred Thursday, May 28, on Lake Brownwood just southwest of Fort Worth. 4 women and 3 men were on the boat when it struck a concrete jetty.
Lubbock Man Charged for Burning 2-Year-Old Boy’s Stomach, Genitals
A Lubbock man has been arrested and charged in relation to an incident that left a toddler with second and third-degree burns.
Lubbock Police Arrest 4 for Stealing a Firearm, High-Speed Chase
Four male suspects are accused of stealing a firearm from an Academy Sports location and then evading police in a car chase that reached 100 miles per hour.
Democrat Samantha Carrillo Fields to Run for House District 84
Samantha Fields will make her official campaign announcement July 23rd at 4 p.m. outside the gymnasium of Dunbar College Preparatory Academy in East Lubbock.
Lubbock County Sheriff’s SWAT Team Responds to Domestic Dispute
Sunday (May 19th), a SWAT team with the Lubbock County Sheriff's was called to a residence near Wolfforth.
Texas A&M Board of Regents Chairman Criticizes Texas Tech Vet School
Texas A&M Board of Regents Chairman Charles Schwartz had harsh words for Texas Tech University's proposed veterinary school, set to be built in Amarillo.
Man Crashes Truck Into a FOX 4 TV News Station in Downtown Dallas
Wednesday morning, a middle-aged white man crashed a silver truck multiple times into the glass windows of the FOX 4 TV news station in downtown Dallas. Fortunately, no one was injured, but Dallas police found a suspicious duffel bag at the scene.