Blair Sabol

Blair Sabol


Lubbock, Texas

Blair Sabol is a multimedia journalist with a passion for telling the stories that matter to Lubbock and its surrounding communities. Blair graduated from the University of Delaware in 2018 with a degree in Media Communications and Spanish, and along the way won the Adi Patel Award in public affairs reporting.

A native New Yorker with a sense of adventure, Blair moved to the Hub city in November 2019 and has covered several stories from the city's transition to ERCOT, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and Planned Parenthood's return to Lubbock.

Recent Articles by Blair

  Scammers stealing identities to apply for unemployment benefits

  Vaccine clinic volunteer spreading positivity since first day

  Bar shooting victim remembered as selfless friend

  ‘The people’s first choice:’ Red Raider fans excited for Mark Adams’ hiring

  Texas Tech’s Skyviews Restaurant reveals new renovations

  Easter on the East egg hunt held Sunday at Butler Park

  Tech fans wrecked over Chris Beard exit

  Voter registration deadline tomorrow for May special election

  Advocates pack first public hearing on historic charter discussions

  COVID variant indicates community spread, fuels push for vaccines

  South Lubbock neighborhood on edge after gunshots; car break-ins

  Lubbock Live Festival looking for sponsors ahead of concert set for Aug. 28

  Texas lawmakers move to make alcohol-to-go permanent

  Second amendment advocates push back against proposed assault rifle ban

  Lubbock Chamber announces next steps in city rebranding project

  Medical students celebrate at unconventional Match Day 2021

  Adventure Park invites visitors to celebrate 2 year anniversary in Lubbock

  Looking back at COVID-19 in Lubbock, 1 year after our first case

  Tech student hopes to warn others after photographing the man who grabbed her

Gas prices increase nationwide, producers to benefit

  Lubbock businesses adjusting after governor lifts mask mandate

  Rep. Arrington reintroduces Ports-to-Plains highway legislation

Texas Tech Baseball to allow increased fan capacity this weekend

  Firefighters hit the ground running with 48 hour marathon to benefit 5-5-5 Foundation

  Restaurant owner defends decision to host governor

  Concerns over uncertain outcomes with new state mandates

  ‘It’s a huge honor’: Head brewer at Brewery LBK reacts to national recognition

  Burrows introduces bill to pay first responders for COVID quarantine time

  Milk spoiled at Dairy Processing Plant due to power outages means millions of dollars lost for local producers

  Mayor: Potential positives in ERCOT deal