Brittni Reigh worked at KFYO as a News Anchor in 2019
Texas Tech Hosts First-Ever Wedding Ceremony During Saturday’s Game
Two alumni of the Goin' Band from Texas Tech will have their wedding ceremony during halftime.
Caprock Winery Hosts First Cotton and Wine Celebration in Lubbock
This two-day event will feature cotton field and gin tours, wine tasting and vineyard tours, a wine dinner, live music and more.
First 2018 Case of West Nile Virus Reported in Lubbock
The first local case of the West Nile Virus this year has been reported by the Lubbock Health Department.
World War II Plane Tour Begins at Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport
A B-25 Mitchell airplane will be at the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport all this week.
Lubbock Man Arrested for Allegedly Firing a Gun at Neighbors From His Roof
Lubbock Police arrested a man on Saturday (Sept. 15) after he allegedly fired shots at his neighbors from his roof.
Lubbock Code Enforcement Officers Will Enforce Weeds Violations on Sept. 18
If owners do not mow their property, the Codes Department will use a private contractor to mow it, then charge the mowing cost plus a $150 administration charge.
Lubbock Fire Department Evacuates 16 Homes Due to Gas Leak
Sixteen Lubbock homes were evacuated due to a gas leak Thursday morning (Sept. 13). Sixteen Lubbock homes were evacuated due to a gas leak Thursday morning (Sept. 13).
Lubbock Police Release Composite Sketch of Man Who Tried to Kidnap a Teen Girl
The Lubbock Police Department has released a composite sketch of a man accused attempting to kidnap a 15-year-old girl.
Prosperity Bank Hosts 16th Annual American Tribute at Kastman Park
Prosperity Bank will host its annual tribute to the victims of September 11th in Kastman Park
Suspect From Coyote Moon Game Room Shooting is Released From Hospital, but Now in Jail
The suspect in last month's armed robbery of the Coyote Moon Game Room was transferred from University Medical Center to the Lubbock County Detention Center this past Wednesday
Man Admits to Stealing From Mail Boxes in Lubbock
A Lubbock man admitted to breaking into U.S Postal Service mail boxes, plus residential and business mail boxes to steal mail.
Reagor-Dykes at Risk of Losing Properties Over Past Due Rent
A real estate company filed a motion Thursday (Aug. 23) in bankruptcy court to compel Reagor-Dykes to pay rent, or leave, two properties in Southwest Lubbock.