Matt Rewis

Matt Rewis

Reporter

Lubbock, TX

Matt Rewis joined KCBD in February 2017.

An Iowa native, Matt moved to Denton, Texas in the Fall of 2013 to attend the University of North Texas, where he majored in converged broadcast media.

While in college, Matt spent many hours with North Texas Television, the university's student-run TV station. Matt's senior year, he interned for CBS 11 Sports in Dallas/Fort Worth as well as with the Dallas Cowboys.

As an avid sports fan, Matt is excited to be in Lubbock and can't wait to watch the Red Raiders in action.


Recent Articles by Matt

  Hidden costs of recovering stolen vehicles

  LPD investigating string of vehicle burglaries in Southwest Lubbock

  City Council approves $7.2 million grant for Preston Smith International Airport

  Charges dismissed for Texas Tech running back Da'Leon Ward

  Job seeking resources for RDAG employees

  Residents react to Shallowater City Council vote to abandon city EMS services

TTU professor receives grant to create more fuel-efficient tires

Area law enforcement holds news conference to address school threats

  Crest Tires looking to return human ashes accidentally left behind

  BODY CAM PHOTO: New image released from LPD officer-involved shooting

  Seminole ISD signs warn that teachers, staff are armed

  Lubbock Fire Rescue fighting California wildfires

  LPD moving forward with plans for police substations

  Sr. Forensic Nurse/Managing Dir. position eliminated at Medical Examiner's office

  Zoning Commission rejects proposal to put ICE facility in North Lubbock

  Lubbock attorney considers options for Reagor-Dykes bankruptcy

  Area farmers grateful for $12 billion in relief funding

  Citizens bring concerns to TxDOT at Loop 88 meeting

  When can you protect yourself with deadly force?

  Tips to keep your air conditioner healthy as temperatures soar

East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood program gives students a better chance at college

  Plainview Police Department shows off new SWAT vehicle

  Snyder celebrates annual White Buffalo Day

  Ballard House in Snyder known for yard art

  Remembering Scurry County history

  A practical education at Western Texas College in Snyder

  Story behind the Snyder Wind Farm

  Community rallies around Abernathy athlete, injured in ATV accident

  City council vote opens access for food trucks in city parks; second vote needed

  Billboard company files petition against City of Lubbock