I was born and raised in the Lone Star State, growing up in the Dallas region. I attended Texas A&M University where I received my degree in Meteorology. After graduation, I had the pleasure of starting my career at KAMC News in Lubbock, Texas. Two years later, I hopped over to California and then Arkansas, but my heart belonged in the Hub City. I returned to KLBK/KAMC, working as the evening Meteorologist for five more years before trading in the green screen for a keyboard. I am a wife, mother, dog owner, and huge Texas Tech football fan (thanks to the influence of my Red Raider husband). I'm thrilled to be joining the KISS FM team as well as some former coworkers from the media!
6 Dehydrating Foods + 1 Drink You Need to Limit During West Texas Summers
Summer is officially underway, which means that hydration is more important than ever. Unfortunately, these common foods have the opposite effect.
Texas Leads the Nation in This Statistic and It Needs to Change
Hot car deaths take the lives of young Texans every year. With temperatures rising this week, we go over ways to help prevent this statistic from rising further.
Texas Game Warden Gives Crucial Advice for a Safe Holiday Weekend
Memorial Day weekend is just days away, which means people will be visiting Texas lakes to cool off. Make sure to complete these tasks before hitting the road.
12 Household Items You Should’ve Replaced a While Ago
You may be surprised at how long ago you should have replaced some of these items. Take a look at what you may want to start buying in bulk in the future.
12 Foods That Are a Danger to Dogs — Some May Surprise You
It's those big, glistening puppy dog eyes that will many times sway you into giving your sweet pooch a morsel from your plate. However, there are certain foods that you will want to think twice about before handing them over to your furry friends...
Take the Fear Out of 4th of July Fireworks This Year: Desensitizing Your Pets
We’re officially two months away from Independence Day, which can be quite a jarring time for our furry friends. Those loud bangs and bright lights are startling, making July 5th the busiest time of the year for local animal shelters. Than ...
Mystery Hepatitis Cases Continue: What Texas Parents Need to Know
With the mysterious hepatitis cases continuing to rise, it's only a matter of time before they start popping up in Texas. Here's what we know so far.