Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations
TTUPM Morning Host Image Final
Daily Newscast

Start your morning with today's stories from Lubbock and around Texas.

  • Our Reporter Brad Burt tells us about this year's Lubbock Music NOW album. Texas Public Radio's Marian Navarro gives us more information about a civil lawsuit being filed by families of some survivors of the Robb Elementary School shooting.
  • This morning, our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick tells us how starting in October, Lubbock Public Libraries will no longer charge overdue fees on books, audiobooks and magazines.
  • Our Reporter Brad Burt explains how the Juvenile curfew ordinance in Lubbock will continue. KERA's Bill Zeeble tells us what Texas's Education Commissioner has to say about changing the STAAR test.
  • Our Reporter Jane Davenport tells us how to stay safe as the Texas Tech football season riles up.
  • Our Reporter Jane Davenport tells us how Texas Tech hit a record number for first-year enrollment this fall semester. We also learn about what Rep. Dustin Burrows plans to advocate for in the next legislative session when it comes to keeping schools safer.
  • Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick tells us about a recent poll that shows what’s on voters' minds as they prepare to cast ballots. We also hear about the race for Agriculture Commissioner and their differing views on cannabis and marijuana.
  • Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick tells us more about the life of TJ Patterson, Lubbock's first Black city council member. Our new student reporter Jane Davenport gives us a rundown of the South Plains Fair that opens today.
  • Allergies have you down? Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick explains why you may be sneezing more than you usually do. Marfa Public Radio's Travis Bubenik tells us about a newly historic site telling an under-told story of school segregation in Southwest Texas.
  • Our Reporter Brad Burt tells us who's being recognized as this year's inductees into the West Texas Walk of Fame. We also hear about how a circuit court upheld a law that lets plaintiffs sue social media giants that block them because of their political views.
  • Texas Public Radio's Marian Navarro reports how much money it would take to fund all needed improvements to the state's rural highway system. We also learn about a new demographics report that suggests there are more Hispanic than white Texans.