Jacob Coats is back for his second tour of duty with KFYO News. This time around he is KFYO's morning news anchor. Jacob is married and a graduate of both Lubbock High School and South Plains College. He previously worked for KFYO as a news anchor and show producer from December 2016 - January 2019.
Lubbock Police Investigating Theft at Local Tool Store
Lubbock Police are investigating a theft that occurred on Friday, October 22nd at the Lubbock Retool location.
Some Code Violation Fees Increasing for City of Lubbock Residents
Fees for code violations in the City of Lubbock went up this month and will be the prices for the 2021-2022 year.
Police: Shots Fired Near North Lubbock Walmart, Three Arrested, Two Injured
Authorities were called to a shooting near a North Lubbock Walmart on Tuesday, October 26th, 2021.
One Person Suffers Serious Injuries in Two-Vehicle Crash Near Slaton
One person suffered serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash near Slaton on Friday, October 22nd.
Two Suspects Arrested for September Shooting, One More Remains at Large
Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a shooting that happened in September. Authorities are still searching for one other suspect.
Fatal Two-Vehicle Crash Wednesday Evening in Lamb County
One person is dead following a two-vehicle crash in Lamb County on Wednesday, October 20th.
Texas Tech University System Receives Funding, Health Sciences Center Expanding
The Texas Tech University System is receiving nearly $300 million in state funding, the TTU Health Sciences Center is expanding, and a new regional dean for the TTUHSC has been named.
Plan to Close Dupre Elementary School Unveiled to Parents and Staff
Earlier this week, Lubbock ISD staff and parents of students were notified of a proposal to close Dupre Elementary School by the end of the school year.
New City Manager Appointed for City of Wolfforth
On Monday, October 18th, the Wolfforth City Council appointed Randy Criswell to be the City Manager.
Several House Fires Occurred Over the Weekend, One Death Reported
A death of one person and their pet was reported amongst several house fires over the weekend across Lubbock.
Early Voting Begins Monday, October 18th, 2021
Early Voting begins Monday, October 18th, ahead of the November 2nd Special Election for the City of Lubbock’s 2021 Street Bond Election.
Authorities Asking for Help in Identifying Midland/Lubbock Lowe’s Theft Suspects
The Midland Police Department are asking for the public's help in identifying two men accused of theft.