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

  Citibus to unveil 2 new electric buses

Parks and Recreation to screen ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ for final Movie in the Park

  Happy State Bank to acquire Lubbock’s Centennial Bank

No injuries reported after truck crashes into Whataburger in South Lubbock

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Xela

Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief

  Warrant: Missing Slaton man beaten, left in field; 4 in custody

Lubbock VA clinic to host town hall Tuesday, Aug. 20

TEA issues mostly Bs to area school districts in accountability scorecard

  Brett Garza, suspect in case of missing Slaton man, arrested overnight

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Peaches

  Funeral services to take place for 2 Amherst sisters killed in crash

Daybreak Today Thursday Morning Brief

Police identify third person possibly connected to disappearance of elderly Slaton man

Lubbock D.A. appointed to newly formed Texas Domestic Terrorism Task Force

At’l Do Farms debuts upcoming season’s corn maze design

  Pay It Forward: A donation for the Askins family

KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Petunia

Daybreak Today Wednesday Morning Brief

  Worker killed by company truck at Wolfforth road construction site

  Motorcyclist killed after Monday night collision near Wayne Avenue, 38th Street

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Jewels

Daybreak Today Tuesday Morning Brief

  Firefighter released from hospital after Monday night rollover

Tech Public Media, El Paso’s KCOS announce partnership

  KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Juan

Daybreak Today Monday Morning Brief

  Library receives historic marker to honor George Mahon

Minivan rolls after being rear-ended, victims suffer non-life-threatening injuries

City clarifies no relationship with those selling solar panels