Brittany Michaleson

Brittany Michaleson

Reporter/MMJ

Lubbock, Texas

Brittany Michaleson joined KCBD in January of 2021. She is a multimedia journalist who loves meeting new people and sharing their stories. She grew up not too far from the Hub City, in Plains, Texas, watching NewsChannel 11 and is excited to start her career with such a respected team.

Her passion for journalism began in high school, competing on the UIL team. She took that passion to Lubbock Christian University, where she wrote for The Duster Today, hosted several radio shows, and studied abroad in Avila, Spain. Her final semester, she was an intern in Washington, D. C., at the Voice of America in the Latin American Division for a weekly show called Venezuela 360. She graduated in 2020 with a degree in Mass Communications and minors in Spanish and Linguistics.

A native West Texan, Brittany loves being a part of the Lubbock community and is excited to kickstart her career sharing your stories.


Recent Articles by Brittany

  The Shack BBQ to keep legacy alive under new owner

  LPD celebrates dispatchers for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

  Fans establish scholarship to honor Coach Adams’ late twin brother

  City vaccinates fans at Red Raider baseball game

  United vaccinates 1,200 people at first clinic on Tech campus

  LPD: child abuse reports rise with students back in school

  Adams honored by hometown of Brownfield

  Expert offers advice after extreme weather threatens local landscaping

  Steve Gomez Loop? Student pushes petition to name roadway after LCU coach

  Pinwheels for Prevention: UMC, Children’s Advocacy Center working to end child abuse

  ‘Right thing to do’: Lubbock man donates $1,400 stimulus check

  Professor: Hinckley’s ties to TTU brought assumptions about west Texas after Reagan assassination attempt

  Businesses offer head coach incentives to “Keep Lubbock Beard”

  ABC Pro Rodeo back in saddle with new location, additional events starting Saturday

  Texas retired teachers aim to bridge gap with affordable tutoring

  Texas National Guard vaccinates Yoakum County residents in effort to ‘Save Our Seniors’

  City vaccine clinic now accepting appointments for all adults

  New Executive airport aims to redefine custom travel in Lubbock

  Lubbock woman calls for change after dog kills her miniature horse

  Self-defense instructor applauds Lubbock woman’s actions in attempted kidnapping

  No mask mandate boosts local gym business

  LPD says smallest detail can change everything in missing person cases

  Economist: Timing for filing 2020 taxes may affect stimulus payment for some

  National study ranks Lubbock No. 2 for best city for Gen Z to live well on a budget

  Covenant Children’s loosens visitor policy, allowing birth photographer back in delivery room

  Strike Team from Dallas assigned to West Texas to help with upcoming fire danger

Nursing home celebrates first outdoor group activity in over a year

  City expects to widen vaccine clinic criteria soon

  After challenging 2020 season, Joyland Amusement Park is set to open

  TTU professor says La Niña creates potential for fewer, stronger tornadoes this season on the South Plains