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.
On saturday, Texas Tech University’s new rules and regulations went into place as the red raiders faced the Montana State Bobcats. The Senior Associate Athletics Director for Texas Tech said the game- and response from fans to the changes- was unbelievable.
Many members of the Levelland community in shock after finding out that Jill Atchison was killed over the weekend. A memorial has been set up outside of Miss Jill’s Dance Studio. Monday, there were many people there to honor and remember Atchison.
The city of Lubbock’s Environmental Health Department said on Tuesday, there are 1,886 food permits issued to places inside of Lubbock city limits. That includes restaurants, bars and other places that serve food.
Commissioners are moving forward with a $99.6 million plan to improve Lubbock County roads. Monday, a little more than $5 million bond was accepted so the county could hire an engineering firm to design and plan the road improvements.
A group is touring through Texas, hoping to show support to the first responders and survivors of the mass shooting in El Paso earlier this month. The group, called Ride To Heal Our Brothers And Sisters, stopped at Market street on 50th and Indiana Wednesday, escorted in by Lubbock Police Department
With all of the school supplies and other expenses, some families may be looking for some help getting clothes as students head back to school. There are many places in Lubbock that help residents get clothes including school uniforms.
Since 2007 the state of Texas started “Silver Alerts” to notify the public of missing older adults. The Texas Department of Public Safety has criteria that have to be met before they can issue a sliver alert.
When you think of West Texas agriculture, you might think of cotton or even vineyards for wine. But did you know that Texas is the second-largest peanut growing state in the nation? Texas Peanut Producers took a group of bloggers, magazine editors and national TV personalities on a tour.
Saturday morning, area bikers donated and took backpacks to the Children’s Home Of Lubbock. It’s a part of the third annual Back To School Bike Run. Backpacks of all colors and sizes along with school supplies were donated and given to the children at the home.
Covenant has a new way to keep an eye on patients in rooms—even when nurses aren’t in there. It’s called telesitter. It’s a camera that allows staff to monitor patients through video in real-time. Covenant Health says it's helping both patients and nurses.
There’s a new clinic in town aimed at helping kids and their families following medical treatment. UMC and Texas Tech University teamed up to start The Children’s Behavioral Health Clinic-- an effort to provide long term
Nearly 240 wind turbines are providing clean energy that could be used across the nation. The “Hale Wind Project” dedication was held this morning, where citizens, Xcel Energy and local city and county leaders celebrated the commencement of operations at the new facility.
Football and volleyball two-a-days are about a month away. By the time the athletes hit the gridiron or court, they have to have their sports physicals done. A new rule from Texas’ University Interscholastic League, or UIL, is requiring another group of students to that list this summer.
We wouldn’t be able to celebrate Independence Day without the sacrifices made by our veterans. We talked to one local veteran about his service more than 65 years ago during the Korean war. Retired corporal Wayne Pete Curtis is 90 years old. He grew up in Meadow and served in the United States Army
Two groups of students from Lubbock’s Southcrest Christian School are back home from Washington, D.C. with the title of National Champions. KCBD met one of the teams in January when they displayed HOTCARS, a device used to help prevent hot car deaths in children.
The owner of Chopped & Sliced BBQ is asking for public help after his restaurant was hit by burglars on Saturday. If you know anything about this incident, you're asked to call Crime Line at 806-741-1000.
Homebound, elderly and disabled Wolfforth residents will have the chance to get a hot meal during the week. Starting Monday, Lubbock Meals on Wheels (LMOW) will start taking up to 20 meals out to the area.
Lubbock Animal Services (LAS) gets many calls a day to come and pick up stray animals, but on Sunday night, they received an unusual call. There was an alligator in the front yard of a Lubbock home. The employees gave her the name of Ally.
Multiple west Texas Fire Departments responded to a fire in Slaton early Saturday morning. The fire involved the landmark Slaton business, Klemke’s Sausage Haus and Antique Shop, as well as the Slaton Family Medical Clinic.