Connor Abernathie is a sixth generation Texan and a graduate of Lubbock High School. Connor produces KFYO Mornings with Dave King & Matt Martin, plus high school sports on KFYO, SportsRadio 1340 The Fan and Awesome 98. Connor is an amateur animator and video game enthusiast.
Hub City BBQ Cookoff Event in Lubbock October 14th
Amy Marquez with the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce joined Dave and Tom to talk about the 2021 Hub City Barbecue event in Lubbock.
2020’s Best & Worst U.S. States for Teachers
With World Teacher's Day coming up in a few days, and teachers working hard to implement social distance and online learning due to the pandemic, the personal-finance website WalletHub has compiled a list of 2020's Best and Worst States for Teachers...
Texas Is the 4th Hardest-Working State in America in 2020
The list places North Dakota in position 1, Alaska in position 2, Wyoming in 3, and puts Texas at 4. Then, on the other end, West Virginia is in position 50, New Mexico at 49, and Rhode Island at 48.
You Can Become a Texas Tech ImpersonRaider with Cutouts at Home Games
Texas Tech is offering a service called ImpersonRaiders that allows fans to upload a photo that will be placed in Jones AT&T Stadium as a cutout.
2020’s Best & Worst States for Health Care in the U.S.
The list places states like Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Rhode Island in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions for health care, and states like Georgia, Louisiana, and Alabama find themselves at the end of the list in the 51st, 50th, and 49th spots.
2020’s Most & Least Educated U.S. Cities
Texas finds its cities on the list several times, including Austin-Round Rock Texas at position 9. After Austin, Dallas comes in at position 72, and then several more Texas cities as the list continues.
Eddie McBride on the Upcoming Lubbock Business Expo
"It's usually the largest business trade show on the south plains," said McBride.
Mayor Dan Pope Talks Public Safety and Police Substations
Mayor Pope concerning the building of a new police headquarters, "We've been talking about this as a community for 20+ years. I think we'll look back and believe it was a good decision."