Michael A. Cantu

Michael A. Cantu

Digital Content Producer

Lubbock, TX

Michael A. Cantu is a digital content producer that has been with KCBD-TV since April of 2017. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University and formerly wrote for its college newspaper, The Daily Toreador.

Education:

  • Texas Tech University, Electronic Media and Communication

Recent Articles by Michael

Whataburger sells majority interest to Chicago-based investment bank

Frenship’s Legacy Elementary named to 2018-2019 Texas Honor Roll

  Man shot Thursday night while trying to sell item at apartment complex

Use, sale of fireworks in unincorporated Lubbock County is OK this year

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Odin

Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief

While cleaning out Dunbar Lake Lubbock Fire Rescue found a car

Former Idalou police officer arrested, charged with aggravated assault by public servant

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Aja

Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

  Pay It Forward: Surprise at lunch for the Llano Estacado Silver Star Board

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Nala

Daybreak Today Wednesday Morning Brief

Ironton Avenue, parts of 66th Street blocked off after hours-long standoff

City council to vote on resolution selling City Hall to South Plains College

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Sally

Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief

  Moonlight Musicals to put on ‘Annie’ throughout June

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Willow

Daybreak Today Monday Morning Brief

LISD middle school students compete in hovercraft STEM challenge

  Federal program introduced to reduce violent crime in Central Lubbock

Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Coe

Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

  Driver identified after fatal crash outside Slaton Thursday morning

  Suspect in murder of Cassie Oden accused of beating, stabbing, kidnapping man in 2018

Ropesville awarded more than $1 million for water improvement

  Pay It Forward: Large gift for mini horses

  Air Force says water issues at Reese Center should be resolved by end of June