I'm a news anchor and producer for KFYO and SportsRadio 1340 The Fan. I anchor various news shifts for KFYO during the week, including Middays and Saturdays, and help produce high school sports. I'm a graduate of Lubbock High School and am currently attending college.
Construction Projects Beginning Next Week
Next week, two construction projects will begin. One along US 87, and another on Quaker Avenue.
Judge Denies Motion for a Stay of Execution for Rosendo Rodriguez
A judge denied Rosendo Rodriguez's motion for a stay of execution. Rodriguez is scheduled to be put to death on March 27th, 2018.
University Medical Center Becomes First Magnet Hospital in West Texas
University Medical Center has become the first Magnet hospital in West Texas.
Abilene Woman and Her Two Kids Test Positive for Multiple Drugs After Fatal Wreck
Thirty-year-old April Cortez was taken into custody and charged with endangering a child. She was released from jail after posting bond.
Lubbock Police Arrest Man Involved in a March Murder and Locate a Person of Interest
Lubbock Police have made an arrest involving the March shooting death of Matthew Pickett and also located a person of interest in the case.
Police Arrest Man for Indecent Exposure Near Lubbock Park
A 21-year-old man has been arrested by Lubbock Police and charged with indecent exposure.
Lubbock Woman Arrested After Being Accused of Enticing a Child in Early March
Tuesday morning, a Lubbock woman was arrested by Lubbock Police after a warrant was issued accusing her of enticement of a child.
3-Year-Old Child Shot in the Head in Amarillo
A 3-year-old child remains in the hospital after being shot in the head. Amarillo Police are still investigating.
West Texas A&M Announces New Veterinary Building
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents have announced plans for a new veterinary building for West Texas A&M’s Agricultural Sciences Complex.
City of Lubbock to Begin Two Construction Projects Next Week
The City of Lubbock is set to begin two construction projects next week. One on Auburn Street, and another on Iola Avenue.
PUC Approves LP&L to Enter the ERCOT System
The Public Utility Commission of Texas approved Lubbock Power & Light's entry into the ERCOT System.
Wolfforth Woman Indicted on Six Counts of Aggravated Robbery
A Wolfforth woman was indicted on Tuesday by a Lubbock County grand jury on six counts of Aggravated Robbery.