An aspiring writer and radio producer out of Lubbock, Texas. Jacob graduated from South Plains College in 2014 with an AAS degree in Sound Technology and is set to graduate in 2019 with a Bachelor's in Media Communications from Full Sail University in Florida. Jacob anchors KFYO News on weekday mornings and contributes to KFYO.com.
Human Smugglers Drop 2 Toddlers Over 14-Foot Border Fence
U.S. Border Patrol is working with Mexican authorities to try and identify the 2 smugglers. Meanwhile, conditions at the U.S. border continue to worsen.
Amarillo Capital Murder Suspect Found & Arrested in Lubbock
A welfare check turned into a crime scene on Friday, March 26, after police officers in Amarillo found a man dead inside a home in the 3400 block of North Hill.
Lubbock Woman’s Boyfriend Shot by Her Ex-Boyfriend
Lubbock police have identified the person who was injured as 35-year-old Jose Luna. Police say the shooting was the result of an argument that got out of hand.
Texas Gas Prices Hit 21-Month High in Aftermath of Winter Storm
The historic cold snap effectively halted oil production in Texas when 11 refineries lost power or had equipment that was too frozen to function effectively.
Legislation by Texas Democrat Calls for National Gun Registry
The measure would establish a national gun registry, a gun licensing process that requires $800 firearm insurance, and a ban on large capacity magazines.
Grand Jury Indicts Lubbock Dentist Jason White on Child Porn Charges
Forty-one-year-old Jason Paul White could lose both his home and 966-acre ranch that he co-owns if found guilty of production and distribution of child porn.
Police Say Lubbock Woman Stole Beer, Then Ran Over Man With a Stolen Car
26-year-old Summer Nicole Hernandez is accused of driving a stolen car, trying to steal 2 cases of beer, and running a man over while trying to escape.
Reagor-Dykes Files New Court Complaint Against Ford Motor Credit
The Reagor-Dykes estate has filed a complaint against Ford Motor Credit, claiming to be owed over $315 million dollars.
Multiple Lubbock Healthcare Workers Contract COVID-19
Over the course of three days, 7 Lubbock healthcare workers have tested positive for COVID-19. There have been 234 confirmed cases in Lubbock County so far.
Former Reagor-Dykes CFO To Be Sentenced for Financial Fraud
In 2019, former Reagor-Dykes CFO Shane Smith pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in connection with a check kiting and floor-plan fraud scheme.
The Death Penalty Is Still On The Table For Hollis Daniels
A former Texas Tech student charged with killing a campus police officer was back in court on Friday, Nov 22, 2019.
13 Members Appointed to Texas House Committee on Mass Violence
According to the Texas House website, the committee is tasked with studying and creating policies that help prevent mass gun violence.