Jayme Lozano, A-J Media

Jayme Lozano

A-J Media

Lubbock, TX, United States

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  • Austin American-Statesman

Past articles by Jayme:

Lorenzo VFD renovate excess Stewart Stevenson military truck into fire truck

The Lorenzo Volunteer Fire Department accepted a grant to help renovate a Stewart Stevenson military truck into a new fire truck → Read More

Lubbock couple celebrates milestone 70th wedding anniversary

Jim and Betty Lowder are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary Wednesday. → Read More

Lubbock confirms 211 new COVID-19 cases, hospitals short on space

The City of Lubbock reported 211 new coronavirus cases Monday, while nine patients waited for a hospital bed to become available in the region. → Read More

Murder warrant provides more details of deadly Walmart shooting

Kaleb Anthony Vasquez has been charged with murder for shooting Roel Munoz at a Walmart in Lubbock. → Read More

Lubbock reports 601 new COVID-19 cases, 7 more deaths

There was a second large spike in coronavirus cases for the week reported in Lubbock County Thursday as 601 new cases were confirmed with seven deaths. → Read More

COVID-19 surge taking mental toll on caregivers

The recent spike in Coronavirus cases and deaths in Lubbock has taken a toll on the mental health of caregivers. → Read More

Overworked Lubbock medical workers getting help from across country

Covenant Health physicians will get some welcome relief soon as a pulmonologist from Oregon will be helping in Lubbock. → Read More

Hospital capacity remains limited as city confirms 505 new coronavirus cases in Lubbock County

There were 505 new coronavirus in Lubbock County on Sunday as 324 people remained hospitalized. → Read More

Missing Lubbock teen found safe in Michigan, man arrested

Mattie Worley, a 14-year-old Lubbock girl who went missing on Nov. 13, was found by law enforcement agencies in Alden, Michigan. → Read More

Favorable price a silver lining after weather hinders corn crop

Corn yields in West Texas and the Texas Panhandle are reportedly below-average this year, but a boost in prices could help producers balance the loss. → Read More

Lubbock council rejects proposed anti-abortion ordinance, likely sending it to voters

Hundreds of Lubbock residents, in-person and virtually, debated the anti-abortion ordinance at the City Council meeting on Tuesday. → Read More

'These are Lubbockites': COVID-19 rates continue to increase

The City of Lubbock confirmed 322 new coronavirus cases Monday along with four additional deaths. → Read More

Lubbock hits new peak in daily COVID-19 cases with 750 confirmed

The City of Lubbock confirmed 750 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, the most recorded so far in Lubbock County. → Read More

Feeding the need: Lubbock-area food banks seek extra help, donations for holiday season

Food banks in Lubbock are in need of extra help and donations this year as they prepare for the holidays with depleted resources from COVID-19. → Read More

Lubbock reports 7 more deaths, 414 new COVID-19 cases

There were 414 new coronavirus cases reported Thursday in Lubbock County, and hospitalizations reached a new high with 285 patients. → Read More

Lubbock reports 514 new coronavirus cases, 5 more deaths

The City of Lubbock confirmed 514 new cases Monday as the area's COVID-19 hospitalizations rose to 22.13 percent. → Read More

Lubbock reports 335 new coronavirus cases, 262 people hospitalized

The Lubbock trauma service area entered its third week with more than 15 percent COVID-19 hospitalizations on Sunday as 335 new cases were confirmed. → Read More

1 arrested after deadly shooting outside Lubbock Market Street

Lubbock Police have arrested a 34-year-old man for the shooting death of Jason Halloway outside Market Street early Sunday morning. → Read More

Lubbock reports 427 new coronavirus cases, 4 additional deaths

The City of Lubbock confirmed 427 new coronavirus cases Thursday as the region continued to be over 15 percent for COVID-19 hospitalizations → Read More

Two charged with capital murder for death in Meadow

Two suspects have been charged with capital murder in connection with the death of Joe Casarez in Meadow this week. → Read More