Katie Main

Katie Main

Reporter

Lubbock, TX

Katie Main became part of the KCBD team in December 2018. She is excited to continue living and working in her college town.

Katie was born and raised in Cypress, Texas and grew up watching Houston-area news before moving to Lubbock to pursue higher education. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Electronic Media & Communications.

During her time at Tech, Katie discovered a passion for local news. Through internships and participation in the student newscast, she found interest in stories about local government and community issues that affect everyday people.

She is excited to continue meeting and telling the stories of people in Lubbock.

Education:

  • Texas Tech University - Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, minor in Electronic Media & Communications

Recent Articles by Katie

  Police use media, Crime Line to identify third person of interest in Celestino Rodriguez case

  Frenship ISD introduces new curriculum to build character and leadership

  Helping your child deal with back to school anxiety

‘Business as usual’ for county regarding new hemp laws

  Texas Tech professor says parent involvement linked to student success in the classroom

  Non-profit in need of donations as new school year approaches

  Keeping children active outside the classroom once school starts

What to expect from LP&L’s summer rate drop

  Lubbock County Commissioners to establish Veterans Treatment Court

  City Council discusses budget, Citizens Tower and high water warning system

  Several important topics on City Council agenda

  Leighton Knox - building trains, solving problems in Tahoka for 64 years

  Community comes together for 7th Annual Celebrate Littlefield

  Family of Christopher Perez speaks out 10 years after his unsolved murder

  Response to Parkway Wells Fargo closure

  Family Medical Clinic receives grant to help rebuild after fire in Slaton

  How Carlos Rodriquez’ letter could affect his murder charges

  Texas Tech offers free tuition to students from households that earn less than $40,000

  ABC Pro Rodeo moving to Levelland for 2020

  Suspect in custody, charged in Casa Orlando shooting

  Tips for educating kids about gun safety

Plainview Police continue investigating spa for allegations of prostitution

  Martinez family asking for help after father killed in bicycle crash

  Cornyn, Arrington speak as House passes Senate border aid bill

  Hailstorm destroys crops at Grub Farm, South Plains Food Bank seeking donations

  Progress is made on clean-up of Villa Town

  Terry County Sheriff will pass reins to Chief Deputy on Tuesday

  Lubbock Animal Services affected by power outage

  LISD approves new budget including teacher pay increase

  Lubbock celebrates Juneteenth