Amanda Ruiz became a part of the KCBD team in late December of 2017. She is excited to be in Lubbock and to be a part of such a news-driven team.
Coming from a long way from home, New York, she is eager to see what Texas will have in store for her. She graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science. During her time at Penn State, she became a reporter/anchor for WPSU’s Centre County Report and a reporter intern for ABC 27 WHTM. She covered a variety of stories that included the 2016 Presidential Election, shootings, and fires.
Her interest in news started when she started watching Good Morning America and the Today Show with her parents. She has always been interested in how complex and unpredictable the news can be ever since she was a young girl.
Amanda has always wanted to make a big move and is excited that Lubbock has become her new home.
On Tuesday we introduced you to an Oklahoma man who was scammed out of $500 after trying to buy a pair of Final Four tickets for him and his wife to see Texas Tech play. But on Wednesday, a Red Raider fan surprised them with a remarkable act of kindness.
Sergeant Cecil Garcia says he was on a routine call when he saw a pair of brothers playing basketball in their front yard and decided to join them. Between the boys and Garcia, it seems unclear who won the game, so KCBD decided to bring them to the United Supermarkets Arena for a rematch.
February 5, 2018 marks the one year anniversary of the day 20-year-old Katrina Castillo was found murdered in the back of a home in the 4200 block of East 2nd street. Since that day, Xavier Garcia has been charged with capital murder in the case.
Ricky Don Henderson remains in the Hockley County Jail on a hold by Taylor County. The man Abilene Police call a person of interest in the death of Jeannie Quinn is also suspected in another missing person's case, his wife Stephanie Henderson.
For a lot of families, 10-inches of snow on a Saturday morning meant a fun time outside, but one Lubbock couple will always remember the journey that snow brought them on the most important morning of their lives.
George H. W. Bush will be laid to rest Thursday in College Station. The former President spent a lifetime corresponding by letter with friends, relatives and fans.A Lubbock man was one of those that was lucky enough to hear from the former world leader, and says his letter still touches him to this
It has been a little over a month since KCBD first brought you the story of a pair of porch thieves who stole $3,000 worth of medicine right off a family’s front porch. Medicine that is critical to 8-year-old Henry Nicholson’s health.
A family is begging for help from the public after a pair of thieves stole $3,000 worth of packages right off their front porch. One of those packages is essential for the health of their 8-year-old son.