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.
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.
20 Billion Barrels of Oil Lie Beneath Texas Soil, Study Says
An assessment by the United States Geological Survey has found that Texas could be sitting atop 20 billion barrels of oil, 1.6 billion barrels of natural gas liquids, and 16 trillion cubic feet of associated natural gas.
Texas Among States Warned of Possible al-Qaeda Attacks Monday Before Election
U.S. intelligence officials have warned federal and local law enforcement of chatter indicating potential attacks by al-Qaeda terrorists in Texas, Virginia, and New York Monday.
Pilot in Texas Balloon Crash Not Required to Disclose Criminal or Medical History
As officials continue to investigate a hot air balloon crash that claimed 16 lives in Lockhart, Texas Saturday, emerging details about the deceased pilot's past are raising questions about the Federal Aviation Administration's oversight of balloon operators...
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.
Oklahoma Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Stepfather with Atomic Wedgie
Brad Lee Davis, 33, of Oklahoma, has been charged with manslaughter after confessing to giving his stepfather a lethal wedgie.
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.