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.
Texas Vehicle Registration Waiver Expires in April
Back in March of 2020, Governor Abbott placed a temporary waiver on vehicle registration requirements in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.. That waiver is about to expire.
Texas Mom Tackles Man Caught Peeking Into Daughter’s Window
Phyllis Pena of Lake Jackson, Texas was recently captured on video taking down a guy who she says was peeping into her teen daughter's bedroom.
President Trump Signs COVID-19 Relief Bill
Trump said he will send a redlined version of the bill back to Congress highlighting funds he's deemed wasteful, and has backed the idea of larger checks.
Rare ‘Christmas Star’ to Shine for the First Time in 800 Years
If ever there were a year we could use a star to guide us, it's 2020.
Texas Schools Considering Early Start, Year-Round Model
Educators worry that the usual "summer slide" students experience could be worse this year due to COVID-19, and they're considering new calendars.
Dogs Being Trained to Detect COVID-19
A group in Britain who've trained dogs to detect cancer and malaria say the same techniques could be used to train dogs to detect the 2019 novel coronavirus.
Texas Schools to Remain Closed Through End of Spring 2020 Semester
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Friday closing schools statewide for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year.
Texans Are Doing the Most Drinking During Coronavirus Outbreak
In news that should come as a surprise to no one, data suggests Texans are knocking back the most drinks while waiting for this COVID-19 stuff to blow over.
New Bill Would Make Texas Toll Roads Free Once They’re Paid Off
If a new bill introduced to the Texas legislature passes, existing and future toll roads would eventually become public roadways once they're paid for.
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.