Kase Wilbanks

Kase Wilbanks

Anchor, Reporter

Lubbock, TX

Kase Wilbanks joined KCBD in July of 2017. He grew up just down the road in Idalou watching NewsChannel 11 and is thrilled to finally be a part of the team he's long admired.

While watching KCBD, Kase became fascinated with broadcast news and hearing the stories of folks across the area.

He took that passion for journalism up I-27 to West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX. That's where he joined many organizations throughout the Communication Department like the campus radio station, KWTS 91.1 FM, the National Broadcasting Society, and WTTV. While in the process of earning his degree, Kase was a part of several award-winning productions including Steps to Promise, a documentary for Amarillo's Downtown Women's Center.

After graduation, Kase started his career at KVII ABC 7 Amarillo. In the High Plains Kase covered stories ranging from the deadly wildfires of March 2017 to the Texas Panhandle Honor Flight and stories that showed what the Panhandle Spirit is all about.

Kase returns to KCBD after spending the summer of 2014 interning in the newsroom. He's excited to once again be back in the South Plains and telling your stories.


Recent Articles by Kase

  Stephen Joseph Companies changing production to help nonprofits

  Lubbock first responder families urge participation in 5-5-5 Safety initiative

  Money, time running out for Lubbock’s Joyland Amusement Park

  Football field split between two counties forces graduation on visitor’s side

  COVID-19 precautions alter programs at Lubbock County Court Residential Treatment Center

  Lubbock Navy reservist returns from fighting COVID-19 in New York City

  Lubbock barber shops happy to open after frustrating closure

  South Plains state senator contributes to Dallas salon owner defense

  Drivers turn out for parade to support Aiden Cuevas in battle with cancer

  Hemp farming and processing facility coming to Slaton

  Closed school buildings allows Lubbock ISD construction projects to advance early

  South Plains cities using technology to encourage citizen participation in public meetings

  Lubbock Covenant Health nurses share experience working ICU in New York

  South Plains churches adapting to social distancing guidelines ahead of Easter

  Infected residents at 3 Lubbock nursing homes; public officials say peak still weeks away

  Lubbock Navy reservist sent to New York for COVID-19 response effort

  Paycheck Protection Program to provide forgivable loan to small businesses for payroll expenses

  Lamesa officials to prosecute for spread of false Coronavirus rumors

  Angel Flight transports TTU’s 3D printed medical supplies to rural hospitals

  Lubbock’s Wig Trend Salons boosts online help for cancer patients, clients

  English Newsom Cellars donates 1,000 gallons of wine to be distilled to hand sanitizer

  Mother finds continued care with Hospice of Lubbock after death of 20-year-old daughter

  Sample ballots, voting locations for March 3 Primary

  Community mourns Crosbyton bus driver Bobby Hardin

  Lala Chavez launches re-election campaign for LISD District 1

  One Class At A Time: Abernathy Middle School teacher, Abernathy United awarded $500

  Look inside at progress of renovations for Lubbbock’s YWCA at old Kmart building

  Lubbock man’s tragic death brings miracle gift to brother who needed kidney

  Lubbock’s water tower to be replaced with 5 new tanks across the city

  4 displaced, dog killed in Levelland house fire