I grew up in Troy, Texas, and I always loved to write. When I started my radio career in 2005, I was so shy I could barely carry on a conversation with anyone who wasn't family or a close friend. Now I cover air shifts, conduct interviews, and deliver the occasional news update. I'm committed to helping keep the people of Central Texas informed and, when possible, entertained.
Texas Railroad Commission Chairwoman Says There Is No Gas Shortage
Spokeswoman Christi Craddick took to social media this week to ask Texans to remain calm and not perpetuate rumors of a statewide gas shortage after Harvey.
Houston Photographer Shares Inspirational Photos of Children at Play After Hurricane Harve…
With so many horrific images emerging in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, photographer Clarice Brito-Ferreira hopes her pictures will inspire hope and positivity.
Mexico Pledges Help to Texas After Hurricane Harvey
Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Affairs said Sunday that he has spoken with Texas Governor Greg Abbott about ways his country can help in the wake of Harvey.
Watch a Man Steal a Car as Two Women Fight in Houston Traffic [VIDEO]
Two women began pummeling each other in busy traffic after one rear-ended the other. While they fought, a guy just hopped in one of their cars and sped off.
Marijuana Possession Now a Cite and Release Offense in Dallas
The Dallas City Council has approved a policy that will treat the possession of less than four ounces of pot similarly to a traffic offense.
Texas May Raise Smoking Age to 21
A bipartisan effort to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21 could make Texas the third state in the nation to raise the smoking age above 19.
Temple Family Displaced after Fire on Southern Draw Drive
Two people were displaced after a fire broke out in their garage Thursday night.
Don’t Be Fooled By This Viral Image Promising Free Food at Chick-Fil-A
If you scroll through your Facebook newsfeed today, you may see the image above, but don't be duped.
Several Texas Cities and Soldiers on ISIS ‘Kill List’
Fort Hood officials confirmed Monday that a former Fort Hood soldier was one of 100 U.S. service members included in an online "kill list" posted by possible Islamic State agents, which also names more than 60 U.S. cities as ISIS targets, including seven in Texas.
Anonymous Donor Posts $500,000 Bail for Texas Teen Accused of Making Terroristic Threats o…
An anonymous donor has posted $500,000 bail for a Texas teen many feel has been wrongly imprisoned.