Julie Castaneda

Julie Castaneda

Lubbock, TX

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.

Education:

  • Texas Tech University, South Plains College

Recent Articles by Julie

  LPD’s Homeless Outreach Team patrolling on bicycles downtown

  Lubbock County Judge talks about eviction proceedings resuming

  Pay It Forward: Wolfforth sisters

  Shallowater mother honors fallen son, hero through book on Memorial Day

UMC drive-thru screening changing hours for Memorial Day Weekend

  Lubbock repair shops busy after large hail hits Lubbock and South Plains

  Lubbock BBQ restaurants impacted by meat shortage

  Pay It Forward: Surprising a Lubbock pediatric nurse

  Littlefield high school gives away car to student as part of attendance incentive

  Lubbock spectators celebrate first responders at B-1 flyover

  Lubbock gyms prepare to reopen on Monday

  Some SPC graduates receiving associate’s degrees before graduating high school

  Woodrow family cleaning up after Monday night’s storm

  Clients scramble for appointments as Lubbock salons open for business

  Lubbock hair salon repainting, performing deep clean before reopening on Friday

  Lubbock restaurants react to reopening dine in for customers

Lubbock Christian University professor reaching new students with home-school videos

  Lubbock realtors say the local housing market strong, stable

  Lubbock nail salons react after continued orders to remain closed

  Lubbock family shares Urban Safari Adventure for families

  Vitalant, Covenant Health team up to help COVID patients using plasma from recovered COVID patients

  Levelland High School teacher writes children’s novel, ‘The Creatures of Caprock Canyons’

  American Cancer Society donates use of Hope Lodge for UMC employees working on frontlines of COVID-19 pandemic

  Family of World War II veteran help him celebrate 97th birthday

  Covenant School of Nursing holds first ever virtual graduation ceremony

  Lubbock nurse fighting COVID-19 in New York

  UMC providing childcare for employees during COVID-19

  Lubbock recovery and mental health group talks about impact of COVID-19

  Lubbock nonprofits looking for help from city response fund to cope with increased demand

  United Family donates 100 bouquets of flowers to nurses at Lubbock hospitals