Julie Castaneda, KCBD NewsChannel11

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Past articles by Julie:

Lubbock ties, music featured ‘Destination Marfa’ movie

A new movie hitting the silver screens has a few West Texas ties, it’s called “Destination Marfa.’ According to marfamysterymovie.com, ‘Destination Marfa’ follows four lifelong friends who decide to veer off the road and venture into a small West Texas town known as Marfa, where they encounter mysterious lights as the line between reality and fantasy becomes increasingly blurred. It stars Tony… → Read More

City of Lubbock issuing citations for overgrown weeds

After record rainfall last month, many parts of the city are overgrown with weeds. → Read More

Lubbock homeowners may see property tax increase this year

it looks like your property taxes may go up later this year, without substantial cuts in the city and county rates. → Read More

Pay it Forward: Surprising a Seminole middle school coach

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union went to Seminole Middle School to surprise a coach. → Read More

Shallowater Farmers hosting year round events to promote visitors to small town

A farm in Shallowater is expanding its opportunities for community events to promote business. → Read More

Lubbock businesses impacted by rolling blackouts, winter weather

Small businesses in Lubbock are not exempt from these rolling outages due to the winter weather either. → Read More

Lubbock Plumber shares tips for homeowners

Plumbers across the South Plains are in high demand as pipes and lines freeze from the frigid temperatures. → Read More

Lubbock grocery stores prepare for Super Bowl game

If you did not know already know, the 55th Super Bowl is this weekend. Former Texas Tech Quarterback, and current Kansas City Chief quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 5:30 Sunday evening. Grocery stores in the Hub City have been getting ready for the last few → Read More

Pay it Forward: Surprising teacher at Lubbock ISD

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union visits Dunbar College Preparatory Academy to pay it forward to a teacher helping students prepare for college. → Read More

Lubbock man warns about scam after purchasing a stolen rental truck

A Lubbock man is warning others after he says he was scammed after buying a truck off Craig’s List. Kaden Seale says it took a long time to save up money to buy a new truck. He spent a lot of time researching and searching for a new or used truck. That when he says he saw this ad on craigslist. → Read More

Saint Francis Ministries in ‘dire need’ of foster families

An urgent plea to the Lubbock area community tonight, there’s a dire need for more foster families. → Read More

Pay it Forward: Helping one Lubbock family before Christmas

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union surprised one Lubbock family right before Christmas.Lorrie Smith was nominated for this week’s pay it forward by her friend Denise Guillory. → Read More

Lubbock woman awake, recovering after being shot by husband

A Lubbock woman is awake and continuing to recover after being shot by her husband about two weeks ago. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Lubbock’s Little Blue Trailer

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union stops by the ‘Little Blue Trailer’ food truck to Pay It Forward to the man who is continuing to help others during the pandemic. For almost eight months, The Little Blue Trailer has been helping others, by offering ‘pay what you can.’ → Read More

Pay it Forward: Helping a Lubbock man diagnosed with stage IV cancer in several areas of body

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union stopped by one Lubbock couple’s home to pay it forward. Andy and Crystal Hunt were nominated for this week’s pay it forward by their friend, Betty Tracy. Tracy said Andy was recently diagnosed with stage IV cancer in several areas of his body at just 31... → Read More

City of Lubbock thanked by local veterans

Members of local veterans groups honored the City of Lubbock in a ceremony at Silent Wings Museum on Friday. → Read More

Lubbock firefighters return home after helping battle California wildfires

Four Lubbock firefighters are glad to be home after being deployed to help battle wildfires in California. → Read More

Lubbock girl with cerebral palsy holds shoe drive to obtain a service dog

A 19-year-old young Amhurst woman is collecting shoes to help others and also to help her obtain a service dog. Ceci Schroeder started the shoe drive. → Read More

Lubbock County begins firework, trash clean up after fourth of July holiday celebrations

Monday, Lubbock County work crews began to clean up the debris from the Fourth of July holiday celebration. → Read More

United Supermarkets reduces curbside wait times with new technology

United Supermarkets has partnered with Radius Networks to launch the use of new technology on June 2 which cuts the wait time for Lubbock STREETside guests to a matter of minutes. → Read More