Julie Castaneda, KCBD NewsChannel11

Julie Castaneda

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  • KCBD NewsChannel11
Past:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WBTV News
  • newswest9

Recent articles by Julie:

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

Lubbock’s Adult Protective Services offers help to elderly suffering during isolation

It’s been about three months since the COVID-19 pandemic began, forcing the quarantine of the elderly and those most at risk. These measures require them to avoid direct contact with others, at a time when contact can be critical for mental and emotional health. → Read More

100 Black Men of West Texas spearhead Silent Solidarity Walk tonight in Lubbock

100 Black Men of West Texas has organized an event happening tonight (June 1, 2020) at 8 p.m. in downtown Lubbock. → Read More

Lubbock dog parade brings smiles to residents in nursing, rehabilitation facilities

Friday morning, volunteers and employees from Kindred Home Health and Kindred Hospice spread some cheer by holding a dog parade. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Wolfforth sisters

In this week’s Pay It Forward, WesTex Federal Credit Union stopped by to surprise sisters in Wolfforth. Teresa Hernandez nominated her sister Rosemary Ibarra. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Surprising a Lubbock pediatric nurse

This week, WesTex Federal Credit Union stopped by West Texas Pediatrics to surprise Stephanie Robertson. → Read More

Covenant School of Nursing holds first ever virtual graduation ceremony

Covenant’s School of Nursing held a virtual graduation ceremony online Friday, a first for the school. → Read More

UMC drive-thru screening open for normal operating hours

UMC’s drive-thru screening line for COVID-19 is open Sunday. → Read More

Lubbock ISD hands out prepared meals

7,200. That’s how many Lubbock ISD says they prepared today to hand out to anyone under the age of 18. This bag includes breakfast and lunch where you take it from the school to your home. → Read More

How to stay active during the coronavirus pandemic

It’s no secret that staying active is good for your health, but it can also relieve some of the stress of having to stay home as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. → Read More

Act of Kindness Caught on Camera: Lubbock United Market Street employee helps man to flooded car

It was an act of kindness caught on camera that’s now gone viral. 80-year-old Bob Strong was not able to get to his car in the United Market Street parking lot at 19th and Quaker. That’s when he says Gary, an employee there, stepped up and helped him get to his car in a very unusual way. → Read More

Pay It Forward: Surprising a teacher at Lubbock’s Honey Elementary

This week WesTex Federal Credit Union went to Lubbock ISD’s Honey Elementary to surprise one of their teachers. → Read More

Lubbock ISD teams up with GermBlast to spray schools to combat germs

Lubbock ISD is teaming up with a local company, GermBlast, to get rid of cold and flu germs at their schools in order to prevent the students and staff from getting sick. Lubbock ISD said they have a little more than 50 schools in the district. GermBlast treats each school three times per school yea → Read More