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.
Lubbock Man Walks Across Street Without Using Crosswalk, Gets Arrested
On Wednesday, October 13th, a Lubbock man walked across Crickets Avenue and found himself in handcuffs.
Lubbock Man Who Turned Himself in Now Charged in San Angelo Murder
Nineteen-year-old Joshua Tyler Garcia, who turned himself in to Lubbock police on Friday, July 9th, has now been charged with murder out of San Angelo.
President Trump Tells Rioters to ‘Go Home in Peace’ [Video]
After the US Capitol was breached by rioters Wednesday afternoon, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to directly address those protesting.
Officials Respond to U.S. Capitol Being Breached by Rioters, Protestors [Update]
On the afternoon of Wednesday, January 5th, supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol, interrupting challenges to Joe Biden's Electoral College victory and forcing lawmakers to be evacuated.
Brownfield Police Officer Arrested for Tampering With Evidence
On Tuesday, August 4th, a Brownfield police officer was arrested for charges relating to an incident that happened in June.
Jodey Arrington Gifts President Trump Handmade Quilt from Lubbock
On Friday, July 31st, Representative Jodey Arrington posted a tweet showing him presenting President Donald Trump with a handmade prayer quilt from Lubbock.
Ronnie Hawkins Jr. Named Sole Finalist for Angelo State President
Lt. Gen. Ronnie D. Hawkins Jr., an Angelo State alumnus and 3-star Air Force general, has been announced as the sole finalist for the presidency of Angelo State University.
Fiscal 2021 for Texas Ending in $4.6 Billion Deficit
On Monday, July 20th, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar projected fiscal 2021 ending in a shortfall of $4.58 billion.
Lubbock County Breaks COVID-19 Case Count Record Again
At 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23rd, the City of Lubbock confirmed 140 new cases of Coronavirus.
Phil Price, Lubbock Advertising and Marketing Exec. Passes Away at 76
On the morning of Monday, June 8th, Lubbock advertising and marketing executive Phil Price passed away at the age of 76.