Kelly Plasker is Texan to her core, with roots stretching from the plains of Lubbock down to the San Antonio River. The proud daughter of an Air Force family, Kelly was raised on duty, community, and loyalty. Growing up under the vast West Texas skies, Kelly grew to appreciate the dynamics of weather and listening to 94.5 KFMX. Not just a face on the television, Kelly is an active mother supporting her children in their school and extra-curricular activities. When time permits, she loves soaking up the vibrant West Texas sun poolside, on the golf course, or cheering on the Red Raiders.
Market Street Is Now Offering Evie Mae’s and Las Brisas Favorites
Beginning Friday, April 24th, all Lubbock Market Street locations will have favorite meals from local restaurants Evie Mae's Barbecue and Las Brisas Steakhouse.
Albertsons, Parent Company of The United Family, Commits $50 Million to Hunger Relief
The United Family issued a press release Wednesday, April 22nd about a large commitment to help those in need of food as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Eerie Photos Show 6 Iconic Lubbock Locations During Global Coronavirus Pandemic
Photos from local photographer Jody B. Smyers show Lubbock ISD schools, the South Plains Mall and Texas Tech's campus entrance while the city is under stay-at-home orders.
United Supermarkets Is Donating Over 650 Meals to Lubbock Healthcare Workers
This week, The United Family is donating over 650 meals to Lubbock healthcare professionals working at Covenant Health and University Medical Center.
Myth Busters: Coronavirus Advice From the World Health Organization
The World Health Organization has created some infographics to help remind and inform people of what the virus is all about.
No Joke: Orlando’s and Caprock Cafe Are Selling Toilet Paper
Orlando's wants to make sure you're taken care of, whether it's going into your body or coming out.
There’s a Phone Number You Can Call to Report Public Gatherings in Lubbock
The City of Lubbock has a phone number citizens may call to report public or private gatherings of any size outside a single household.
Gov. Greg Abbott Orders Texas Schools to Close Until May 4th, 2020
Tuesday afternoon (March 31st), Texas governor Greg Abbott issued an order closing all schools in Texas until May 4th. That date could be extended.
Lubbock’s Buddy Holly Statue Reminds You to Be Hypervigilant During Coronavirus Pandemic […
During a global pandemic, even the Buddy Holly statue wants you to stand six feet away.
Lubbock Orders All Nonessential Businesses Closed By 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24th
The City Of Lubbock has ordered that all nonessential businesses close by 6pm on Tuesday, March 24th, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lubbock Neighbors Unite to Help Ease Coronavirus Impacts
Living in Lubbock can sometimes feel like a roller coaster when it comes to what goes on in our community, especially during times of crisis or uncertainty, but there are angels who are doing what they can to help others in the best of ways.
Burger King Offering App Users Free Kids Meals During Outbreak
Calling it a "New Deal" Burger King is said to be offering free kids meals starting next week to help combat hunger for children who would otherwise be eating at school. This promotion will be nationwide and will continue while supplies last.