Hi everyone! Thank you for stopping by our KCBD Web site, and of course for watching NewsChannel 11! My dream growing up in Levelland was to be a part of this wonderful news team. That dream became a reality in March of 2000. I started as an in-studio camera operator before moving on to the role of associate producer for the 5, 6 and 10 newscasts. Within a year I was producing the three weekend newscasts and then took on the role of weekend anchor in March of 2002. I was then blessed with the opportunity to go out into the community and report on stories that have an impact on West Texas and the South Plains. Then in March of 2006 I was delighted to take on the role of anchor for NewsChannel 11 at 5. I attended South Plains College and finished up at Texas Tech University in 2004. I love my Red Raider football, running and traveling. Again, thank you for stopping by and counting on NewsChannel 11 to always bring you Coverage You Can Count On. Christy anchors KCBD at Four, 5pm and KCBD NewsChannel 11 Sunday. (Click here ) to e-mail Christy.
It’s not often that a grocery store ends up on the low performer list, but that’s exactly what happened this week. Not only did it land at the bottom of the list, it had so many violations that it was forced to close until they cleaned up.
Lubbock health inspectors checked out more than 5 dozen kitchens this week; they're making sure that your family is safe when dinning out. So, what did they find? KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Hartin has the answer in this week's edition of Food for Thought.
A popular Mexican food restaurant lands at the bottom of the list, but it was just one of more than 50 restaurants inspected. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Hartin tells us what inspectors found in this edition of Food for Thought.
Every week Lubbock health inspectors check out the cleanliness of local restaurants to make sure your family is dining in a safe and clean environment. This week they headed inside more than 40 kitchens.