I dropped out of college and ended up in radio, somehow. I'm in a band, I play video games, and I like sleep way more than most people. You'll probably hear me on a bunch of commercials here and there. I've lived in Lubbock my entire conscious life, so while I still may be considered "young," I know how things go around here. Or maybe I don't? I'm very self-conscious.
Man Runs From Lubbock Police, Sawed-Off Shotgun Found in His Backpack
Lubbock police officers found a sawed-off shotgun in the backpack of a man who ran from officers.
A Suspect Ran Away During Traffic Stop and Still Hasn’t Been Located
The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office is still searching for a suspect that ran off during a traffic stop on Monday, June 6th.
Lubbock Man Attacked While Sitting in Car Listening to Music
One person was sent to University Medical Center after they were attacked in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 1st.
ERCOT Has Sufficient Capacity For Summer 2022, So They Say
ERCOT said it expects to have "sufficient installed generating capacity to serve peak demands in the upcoming summer season."
Drunk Robbers? Stripes Robbery Suspects Stumbling and Laughing
A robbery took place at a local Stripes on Saturday, May 14th where the suspects appeared to be intoxicated.
Man Accused of Kidnapping Teen Found Competent to Stand Trial
A man from Michigan who was accused of kidnapping a Lubbock teenager has been found mentally competent enough to stand trial.
1-Year-Old Child in Lubbock Saved from Drowning in Pool
Authorities with the Lubbock Police Department are investigating a 1-year-old that fell into a pool and nearly drowned.
Lubbock Man Shoots Brother for Assaulting Their Grandmother
The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office says that a Lubbock man shot his brother for assaulting their grandmother the night before.
Texans Given Tax Filing Extensions Following Winter Storm
Following the winter storm event that lasted around a week in Texas, the IRS announced that Texans now have until June 15th, 2021 to file individual and business tax returns.
UT Model Predicts Lubbock Hospitals to Exceed Capacity in November
The University of Texas has developed a COVID-19 model that projects that by November 8th, the Lubbock area may exceed hospital capacity.