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.
It’s been more than a year since healthcare providers began their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Frontline workers at University Medical Center Hospital are looking back on a battle they never expected to face.
About three weeks ago, a dog and her four puppies were rescued by Sallie Morris, Owner of Morris Safe House. But what makes this rescue story unique is the lengths this mother went through to make sure her puppies survived the harsh winter storm.
Due to COVID-19 challenges and restrictions, this year Hospice of Lubbock moved the Mayors’ Beans & Cornbread Luncheon from inside the Civic Center, to a drive-thru in the YWCA parking lot off 66th and University.
March is brain injury awareness month, which is signified by a green ribbon or fabric. Here in Lubbock, March 3rd is Team Luke Hope For Minds Day. Tim Siegel is asking everyone to wear green on Wednesday, March 3.
Lubbock Congressman Jodey Arrington, joining calls for overhauling the state’s power grid. He told KCBD Thursday, there are lessons to learn from last week’s storm. The Congressman shared his criticism for ERCOT and his praise for Lubbock’s response to COVID-19.
On this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union surprised a mother and daughter in Wolfforth after one of their friends nominated them. Kathleen Maples nominated Patricia sharp and her daughter, Alexis, for this week’s pay it forward after befriending them during the pandemic.
If you did not know already know, the 55th Super Bowl is this weekend. Former Texas Tech Quarterback, and current Kansas City Chief quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 5:30 Sunday evening. Grocery stores in the Hub City have been getting ready for the last few
The 69th annual Pancake Festival is going to be a bit different this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the Lubbock Lions Club is hosting a Virtual Pancake Festival on Feb. 20 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.