I was born right here in Temple, TX. I grew up in Troy, and got into local radio a month after graduating from Troy High School in 2005. I've been here ever since. Growing up, I listened to classic rock, hip-hop, country, and top 40 radio. I'd describe my musical tastes as "eclectic", since I'll listen to just about anything that suits my current mood. I'm really into Classic Rock, 80's music, Dream Pop, and Synthwave. I love riffing on movies with friends (too much Mystery Science Theater 3000 as a kid), reading, writing, and playing fetch with my pudgy dog, Leela. I'm also into classic gaming, so when I'm not working or watching movies, you'll see me roaming the corridors in Doom or bombing some Dodongos in Zelda.
Woohoo! Two Dallas Bars are Going Simpsons-Themed This Summer
Texas Simpsons fans rejoice! Two Dallas businesses are transforming into Simpsons-themed establishments complete with "Duff Beer" in June.
Texas’ Constitutional Carry Bill is Headed to Governor Abbott’s Desk
Texas is almost guaranteed to become a "Constitutional Carry" state after a bill approved by the state's Senate and House heads to Governor Greg Abbott's desk.
King of Country George Strait Tapped to Headline ACL Fest in October
ACL has released a mile-long list of fantastic artists from across genres who will join George Strait at this year's festival.
Free Fishing Day in Texas is Saturday, June 5
Saturday, June 5 is Free Fishing Day in Texas, so grab your rods, reels, and tackle boxes and take the family fishing.
Texas Plans to Opt Out of Federal Pandemic Unemployment Funds in June
If you're still looking for work and have been counting on that extra $300, you'll need to find something soon or be very careful with your budgeting.
Texas Woman Found Guilty of Several Child Sex Trafficking Charges
Demecia Shontres Washington will learn her fate later this year after being found guilty of crimes against a child she and a man trafficked for sex work.
Texas Boy Battling Cancer Gets to be Fire Chief for a Day
4-year-old Justin Perez may be young, but he's already experienced a battle against a force of nature. Last weekend, his strength and bravery were rewarded.
I Had to Watch This Video 10 Times to Figure Out What This Aggie Was Saying
I can make out some of what this kid is trying to say, but for the life of me I cannot figure out what she says at the very beginning. Can anyone speak Aggie?
Don’t Let the Chlorine Shortage Make Your Texas Summer a Total Bummer
Demand for chlorine skyrocketed last year as more families stayed home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then a flaming monkey wrench made the situation worse.
Texas Looking at New Law That Would Protect Certain Hairstyles
Texas House Bill 392 is aimed at ending "discrimination on the basis of hair texture or protective hairstyle associated with race"
Texas Isn’t Alone in Facing Higher Energy Bills After February’s Winter Storm
Many Texans faced astronomical energy bills in the wake of February's winter event, and our power grid's failure has even impacted customers in Minnesota.
Police Say a Fake Kidnapping in Texas Resulted in an AMBER Alert
Two girls who were the subject of an AMBER Alert earlier this week have been found safe, but police say they were part of a kidnapping hoax.