Jacob Coats was a KFYO news anchor and show producer from December 2016 - January 2019 and August 2021-April 2022.
Texas DPS Releases Annual Crime Report, Overall Crime Down
Even with overall crime on a slight decline, the murder rate nearly tripled, increasing by 180 percent
Wichita Falls Man Pleads Guilty for Converting Pistols into Machine Guns
Thirty-year-old Paul David Shaw Jr. admitted to selling Glock switches that are used to convert semi-auto pistols into full-auto.
Lubbock Man Sentenced to 35 Years in Prison for Gruesome Domestic Violence Incident
A Lubbock man was sentenced on Thursday (Nov. 15) to 35 years in prison for aggravated assault and domestic violence.
Lubbock Police Release Body Cam Video of Saturday’s Water Fight Incident
The Lubbock Police Department has released the body cam video of the two officers who responded to calls during a water gun/balloon fight Saturday afternoon.
Pres. Trump, Senator Ted Cruz & More React to Santa Fe High School Shooting
Ten people were killed in a Santa Fe, Texas high school shooting that occurred Friday, May 18. Several politicians released comments concerning the shooting.
Abilene Man Sentenced to 1 Month in Jail, 10 Years of Probation for Child Pornography
An Abilene man has been sentenced to one month in jail and 10 years of probation after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
Former Texas High School Teacher Sentenced to Over 15 Years for Enticement of a Minor
Forty-eight-year-old Shonna Lynn Calaway was sentenced to over 15 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to enticement of a minor.
Governor Greg Abbott Signs Bill Changing Marriage Statute
Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill this week which changes the law regarding marriage ages