Lubbock radio has been a huge part of my life for my whole life. I grew up in a very musical house that always had the radio or a record on. I'm also a make-up artist at the happiest place on earth: Nightmare On 19th Street. In my spare time, I host sing-a-longs and movie parties at a local movie theater. I enjoy weird movies and books, artificial pineapple flavoring, live music and spreading irresponsible rumors. (Photo: Alicia Kalani Photography)
Texas Is the Only State in U.S. That Forbids Craft Beer To-Go Sales From Breweries. Let’s …
If you visit a winery, you can purchase a bottle to take home. You can fill a growler of craft beer at a brewpub or from to-go retail places. But at a craft brewery you are NOT allowed to make a to-go purchase.
Tall Ships Galveston Brings Ships From Around the World to the Texas Coast [Photos]
Tall Ships Galveston brought gorgeous, antique-looking ships from all over to the Texas Coast.
Family of Deceased Lamesa Teen Charlese Ingram Seeks Help With Funeral Costs
Charlese's body was found in a field east of her home in Lamesa after she went missing on April 4th. Her family could really use our help.
Spring in Texas Means Dogs in Bluebonnets
Super cute pups in beautiful fields of bluebonnets. I love Texas.
The Top 5 Public Universities in Texas
Did Lubbock's Texas Tech University make the top 5 public universities in Texas?
Texas Student Charged $17,850 for Drug Test & How You Can Avoid It
A student of Texas State University in San Marcos was recently charged $17,850 for a urinalysis after receiving back surgery.
RIP — The Last Blockbuster Video Store in Texas Is Now Closed
Yes, there was still a Blockbuster store in Texas in the year 2018, but just barely.
The Ugliest Building in Texas According to Texans
There are some truly some hideous buildings from all over the country. Here's the ugliest one in Texas.
How Badly Is Texas Affected By Government Shutdowns Compared to Other States?
A government shut down has many adverse effects, including work and pay stoppages for government employees. How hard does Texas get hit when the federal government screeches to a halt?
Texas Tech Study Finds Texas’ Rural Health Care Is Dismal
We are literally failing to provide care to our rural communities- and our families, neighbors and friends are dying of preventable diseases.