Jacob Coats was a KFYO news anchor and show producer from December 2016 - January 2019 and August 2021-April 2022.
Brownsville Women Face Prison Time for $1.2 Million Supermarket Fraud Scheme
Two Brownsville women will serve time in prison after being found guilty of $1.2 million in food stamp fraud.
Bart Reagor Receives 14-Year Prison Sentence: Watch Him Leave Court
Bart Reagor, the former co-owner of the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, is set to be sentenced Thursday, March 10th in Amarillo Federal Court.
Overnight Shooting at a South Lubbock Club Leaves One Dead
Lubbock County authorities are investigating an overnight shooting at the Angelwitch Cabaret club in South Lubbock.
Shooting Suspect Evades Lubbock Police After Officer Wrecks Vehicle
An early-morning vehicle pursuit resulted in an injured Lubbock police officer.
70 Pounds of Methamphetamine and 435 Grams of Fentanyl Among Drugs Seized During Oldham County Traffic Stops
Within the past week, over 70 pounds of methamphetamine and 435 grams of fentanyl were among the narcotics seized by the Texas Department of Public Safety in Oldham County
Lubbock Fire Marshal’s Office Looking for Suspect in U-Haul Truck Fire
The Lubbock Fire Marshal's Office is investigating a U-Haul box truck fire that happened in South Lubbock earlier this month.
Passenger Dies After Jumping Out of Pickup Truck Along Interstate 27
A passenger of a pickup truck was killed after exiting a moving vehicle along Interstate 27 in Lubbock County.
Governor Abbott Sets Special Election Concerning Property Taxes
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has set May 7th, as a special election day for two proposed constitutional amendments in Texas.
Three People Arrested in Slaton During a Burglary in Progress
Lubbock County Sheriff's Deputies arrested three individuals during a burglary in progress Thursday afternoon in Slaton.
One Injured in Domestic Dispute Near the Reese Center
A domestic dispute led to shots fired Tuesday morning near the Reese Center west of Lubbock.
TxDOT to Replace Bridge on County Road 386 in Garza County
This week, the Texas Department of Transportation will begin work on a project to replace an off-system bridge on County Road 386 in Garza County.
Wanted Lubbock Gang Member Arrested and 16 Pounds of Marijuana Seized
Authorities in Lubbock made an arrest in connection to gang activity as well as the confiscation of 16 pounds of marijuana.