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.
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The Roswell Fire Department has announced 46-year-old Jeff Stroble, a veteran firefighter with the department, has died as a result of injuries he suffered during a fireworks explosion on June 5 in Roswell, New Mexico.
Texas Tech’s Seiichi Nagihara is one of 12 people who have been selected by NASA through the Artemis lunar program, with the goal of sending astronauts to the moon by 2024 as preparation for sending humans to Mars.
One day after former Chief Financial Officer for the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, Shane Smith, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud by getting money through false documents, the court has scheduled the sentencing for October 1 at 9 a.m.
The popular Texas hamburger chain, Whataburger, announced on Friday it sold a majority interest to BDT Capital Partners, LLC, a Chicago-based bank that advises and invests in family and founder-led companies.
Shane Smith, the former chief financial officer for the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group, has filed a protective order and a motion to extend time to respond to questions in other cases connected to potential criminal investigations.
Scott Riley Hall, the former Coronado High School teacher who is said to have an inappropriate relationship with a former student, has violated conditions of his pretrial release after he waved to a 15-year-old at a gas station.
The Hockley County Sheriff’s Office has taken 57-year-old Ricky Don Henderson, the man who is currently a person of interest in a Levelland murder and missing persons case, into custody on a parole violation.
A search warrant shows that Carlos Rodriquez, the 25-year-old Lubbock man who is suspected of murdering 18-year-old Zoe Campos in November of 2013, admitted to murdering Campos and burying her body in his backyard.
An appeals court is expected to make a ruling within a few weeks to decide if Texas Tech can appeal a previous court ruling on whether investigation information into the firing of former Coach Mike Leach should be made public.