Texas Tech Fans, Players & Coaches Mourn the Loss of the Iconic Tommy McVay
Longtime Texas Tech football staff member Tommy McVay passed away Thursday, August 13th, 2020. He was 76 years old.
Texas Tech Fires Lady Raiders Basketball Head Coach Marlene Stollings
One day after a news story broke alleging abusive practices by Lady Raiders basketball coaches, Texas Tech University has terminated head coach Marlene Stollings.
UFC Fighter Hits Employee, Knocks Out Customer at Lubbock Restaurant
Mike Perry was captured on video punching a man at Table 82 in Lubbock, Texas.
Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope Shoots Down Mandatory Face Mask Order for Both Business Employees & Customers
Mayor Pope is urging all citizens to wear face coverings and practice social distancing. His latest Disaster Declaration includes requirements for face coverings in certain circumstances, but there are no civil or criminal penalties for non-compliance.
Texas Tech Reveals the Number of Positive COVID-19 Cases in Its Football Program
A couple weeks after revealing positive COVID-19 cases across numerous programs, Texas Tech University has now shed light on exact numbers for its football team.
UPDATE: Police Apprehend Suspect for Stabbing 2 Lubbock Co. Sheriff’s Office Deputies
Lubbock County Sheriff's Office and local authorities are searching for a man suspected of stabbing two deputies late Saturday afternoon.
COVID-19 Outbreak: Lubbock Records Highest New Case Count to Date
Wednesday, the City of Lubbock confirmed 77 new cases of COVID-19, topping Tuesday's single-day record of 61.
A New Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Site Opens at Patterson Library in Lubbock
Tuesday (April 28th), the City of Lubbock Health Department announced it will use Patterson Library as a drive-thru coronavirus (COVID-19) testing site.
Townsquare Media Lubbock Offers First-Class Methods to Help Businesses
Townsquare Media Lubbock has numerous tools to help businesses reach their most valuable customers where they spend most of their time: on the internet.
City of Lubbock: Positive COVID-19 Case at Market Street Is ‘Low Risk’ to Public
A cashier at a Lubbock Market Street store tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Lubbock confirmed Monday afternoon (April 6th).
Lubbock Daycare: Someone With COVID-19 Broke Quarantine & Dropped a Child Off [Updated]
KFYO has received a copy of an email sent by Stepping Stones Nursery and Preschool in Lubbock to parents with children enrolled at their facility.
Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus in Lubbock Grows to 100, 2 Deaths
The City of Lubbock confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Lubbock County has hit 100, and two people have now died of the virus.