An aspiring writer and radio producer out of Lubbock, Texas. Jacob graduated from South Plains College in 2014 with an AAS degree in Sound Technology and is set to graduate in 2019 with a Bachelor's in Media Communications from Full Sail University in Florida. Jacob anchors KFYO News on weekday mornings and contributes to KFYO.com.
Deadline Approaches for Winter Storm Related SBA Disaster Loans
According to FEMA, homeowners can apply for up to $200,000 to cover damages to their primary residence, if it was damaged in the winter storm in Feb. 2021.
Last Member of Texas Public Utility Commission Resigns
PUC Chair Arthur D’Andrea has handed his resignation letter to Governor Abbott after refusing to retroactively adjust the market price for energy in Texas.
What’s in the New $1.9 Trillion Dollar Stimulus Package?
The American Rescue Act will use $1.9 trillion dollars to extend unemployment benefits, increase the child tax credit, and issue stimulus checks of $1,400.
Texas Gas Prices Hit 21-Month High in Aftermath of Winter Storm
The historic cold snap effectively halted oil production in Texas when 11 refineries lost power or had equipment that was too frozen to function effectively.
Legislation by Texas Democrat Calls for National Gun Registry
The measure would establish a national gun registry, a gun licensing process that requires $800 firearm insurance, and a ban on large capacity magazines.
Alex Jones’ Radio Show Is Off the Airwaves in Austin
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has shut down a radio station that served as the flagship outlet for radio host Alex Jones.
A Teenage Texan Boy Wins 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee
A teenage boy from Texas has won the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
School Counselor in Texas Indicted for Sexual Relationship With Student
An East Texas elementary school counselor has been indicted on two counts of improper relationship between a student and educator.