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.
Texas Tech University - Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, minor in Electronic Media & Communications
Dr. Esther Schwartz is a health psychologist at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She said children can vary a lot in their excitement or apprehension about school, and that is totally normal.
Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney, Sunshine Stanek, said they will continue to look at any case law enforcement sends to their office on a case by case basis, according to the current state law and the guidelines DPS has put in place.
“We have a lot of individuals in our community who may be considering foster care but are concerned about the additional cost of supplying items to another child in their family and we want to be there as a form of support and help stand in the gap for those families," Hallgren said.
A few of those items include the 2018-2019 budget, the purchase of furniture for Citizen’s Tower, the pedestrian and bicycle master plan and the high water detection warning system proposal for Mackenzie Park.
A few of items on today's city council agenda include the 2018-2019 budget, the purchase of furniture for Citizen’s Tower, the pedestrian and bicycle master plan and the high water detection warning system proposal for Mackenzie Park.
A Lubbock family is bringing attention to another unsolved murder in Lubbock as they approach a somber anniversary. Two weeks from today will mark 10 years since Christopher Perez was murdered in Lubbock.
Today marks one month since fire destroyed multiple businesses along the city square in Slaton. But, one of those businesses is on its way back to serving the city with help from a grant it received this afternoon.
On Tuesday afternoon organizers for the ABC Pro Rodeo announced they will hold the 78th annual rodeo at the Mallet Event Center in Levelland while they wait for the proposed Lubbock County Expo Center to be constructed.
An 8-year-old found a gun and accidentally shot an 11-year-old on Tuesday. We spoke with Thomas Larson, owner of Lone Star Shooting Sports, about different safety measures gun owners can take to prevent these kinds of accidents.
The South Plains Food Bank is asking for donations for their Grub Farm, a program that hires teenagers to grow crops that help the needy in Lubbock. A Monday hailstorm damaged produce at the worst possible time for its young volunteers.