Julie grew up in Shallowater, Texas. She joined KCBD in August 2018 after working two years in Midland as a news producer. She graduated from Texas Tech University in May of 2016 with her Bachelors in Broadcast Journalism. She also graduated with an Associate of Arts degree from South Plains College. Julie has a daughter, Lanna. They like to read books, watch movies, dance and spend time with friends and family.
Friday, members of West Texas Chapter Of Canine Companions For Independence stopped by the KCBD studio for a “Pup-date.” Viktoria Haynes and Lionel IV, Divy Sabulgay And Mikuni (or Mickey), and Leah Thye And Bleu stopped by to say hello to their human friends at the station.
Although the weather was cold and windy, LFR Chief Shaun Fogerson and LPD Chief Floyd Mitchell said it was a beautiful night for a beautiful tribute to two fallen first responders, Officer Nicholas Reyna and Lt. Eric Hill.
Lubbock ISD is teaming up with a local company, GermBlast, to get rid of cold and flu germs at their schools in order to prevent the students and staff from getting sick. Lubbock ISD said they have a little more than 50 schools in the district. GermBlast treats each school three times per school yea
Lubbock Police Chief Floyd Mitchell led a news conference to discuss recent crimes in and around Club Level, specifically, the shooting early on January 1, in which two people were killed. "I can tell you what I have seen based on this short time period- its unacceptable.”
Larry Simmons has been the manager at Tornado Gallery for 12 years. He says that the depot has more to offer the citizens of Lubbock, but a couple of the businesses keep bringing negative light to the depot.
The Texas Department Of Public Safety is continuing the investigation of Friday morning multiple crashes outside of Slaton. Monday, the DPS crash team met to investigate and review the crash, among other things, the video captured by a KCBD photographer.
The United Supermarkets Family is receiving positive reactions on social media after they let a few of their guests leave their store with free groceries because a power outage knocked out their cash registers.
The Lubbock area and surrounding communities came together in a big way to help each other during the U Can Share Food Drive. This year’s goal was to raise 750,000 meals. “At last count, we were at 804,000,” said David Weaver, the CEO of the South Plains Food Bank
Earlier this month, Frenship ISD’s Bennett Elementary found out they weren’t going to be able to provide student families with thanksgiving holiday meals. That’s when Wolfforth United Methodist Church stepped in to help and paid it forward.
Localhigh school students will be heading to New York City soon to be in the 93rd Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Two Lubbock ISD schools will be participating. Five girls from the Monterey High School pom squad will be going and all 12 girls on the Lubbock High School pom squad will be in