Camelia Juarez

Camelia Juarez

Multimedia Journalist

Lubbock, Texas

Camelia Juarez is from San Antonio and is currently a reporter at KCBD NewsChannel 11 in Lubbock, TX.


Recent Articles by Camelia

  Lorenzo strawberry farmer loses his ‘labor of love’ crop to winter freeze

  After decades of debate, Lubbock will install tornado sirens within city limits

  How to avoid scams after Gov. Abbott waives some plumbing licensing rules

  ‘We’re not out of the woods yet’: Crosby County officials ask residents to continue conserving & boiling water

  Health department seeking “vaccine ambassadors” to help people get their shot sooner

  ‘They care about their health & well-being”: Lubbock-Cooper ISD opens private showers to families without water

  Lubbock water utility using generators to take strain off electrical grid

  Power outages may continue, but Southwest Power Pool grid is stable- for now

  No more controlled outages if Lubbock region continues to conserve energy

  Market Street sacker warming up cold days with positive attitude

  Tips to stay warm during possible power outage in historic cold temperatures

  Lubbock County inmates ‘Step-up’ into emotional health, reducing violence upon release

  United Supermarket CEO steps down after 51 years

  Citibus offering rides to vaccine clinics

  Mother files civil lawsuit against Skooners claiming wrongful death of her only child

  Experts say: open lines of communication help children speak up sooner about abuse

  Salvation Army helps people find a home of their own, furniture donations desperately needed

  Customers flock to Thai Pepper to honor owner who died from COVID-19

  Advocates say expansion of medical marijuana could reduce opioid overdoses, generate jobs

  Blue sand fills sidewalk cracks to spread awareness for sex trafficking

  Patrick Mahomes’ success brings economic growth for local sport stores

  Lubbock police expect better 911 response time with smaller patrol divisions

  How the TABC investigates bars and bartenders accused of overserving alcohol

  COVID-19 patients reporting lingering symptoms, lung & liver damage after recovery

  Stickers, blue sand help raise awareness for sex trafficking and help potential victims

  Homes built on MLK day to rebuild East Lubbock’s economy

  Sex trafficking survivors rebuild their lives with the help of One Voice Home

  How to prevent your child from becoming a sex trafficking victim

  Floydada family warns against electric fires after losing their home

  City prepares for icy conditions Tuesday morning