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.
Missing Lubbock Woman’s Remains Recovered in Hockley County
The Lubbock Police Department is one step closer to finding out exactly what happened to 34-year-old Sandy Cervantes, a mother of 3 who went missing in 2019.
Details Released in Fatal 3-Vehicle Accident in Martin County
A Buick LaCrosse traveling south on State Highway 349 failed to control speed and went into oncoming traffic, striking another car and a semi-truck.
Lubbock Metro Has the 3rd Highest COVID-19 Vaccine Rate in U.S.
As local cases of COVID-19 and hospitalizations continue to slowly decline, vaccination efforts in Lubbock County continue to increase.
Lubbock Man Rams Unmarked LPD Vehicle During Car Chase
37-year-old Eric Turzer led Lubbock police on a car chase through Lubbock, during which he crashed into 2 vehicles, including an LPD cruiser.
Truck Destroys Lubbock Power Pole, Gas Meter in Rollover Accident
A black truck lost control while driving on University Avenue near 41st Street, going off the road and flipping over, but not before striking a power pole.
Lubbock Police Solve 1997 Homicide Case, Arrest 2 Suspects
The Lubbock Police Department has announced two important arrests in a 24-year-old murder case in which a man was shot and killed outside his own home.
Lubbock Police Find Dead Dog Inside Submerged Vehicle
On Jan. 8th, the Lubbock police officers responded to a call about a person and their dog trapped inside a vehicle being submerged in an East Lubbock lake.
COVID Hospitalizations in Lubbock Lowest Since October 2020
As the COVID vaccine makes its way to Lubbock each week, hospitals have started to see a slow decrease in the average number of COVID hospital patients.
Volunteer with Lubbock Habitat on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
While some may be taking the day off, Lubbock Habitat for Humanity will be working on Martin Luther King Day, and they're asking for your help.
State of Texas Reimbursing Lubbock for Millions in COVID-19 Expenses
The state of Texas has reimbursed the City of Lubbock for some expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Lubbock Health Departments expects more vaccination clinics next week.
Texas Tech Spring Break in 2021 Reduced to a Single Day
Spring Break will be shorter for students at Texas Tech in 2021. But that's not all.
Texas Democrats Call for Senator Ted Cruz to Resign
Democrats take aim at Republicans who opposed the election certification of Joe Biden and accuse them of helping to incite the riot at the Capitol.