After touring 7 years as a musician and screaming at the TV as a "feature" sports analyst on my couch, I decided I was ready for radio. I've spent 8 years working as a sports journalist for the Bay Area News Group in the only bay worthy of the name - San Francisco. In that time I focused heavily on the local sports and art/music scene in Oakland, CA. All I can say is it's about time the "Dubs" made their mark with the title in 2015 and their historic start so far in the '15-'16 season. J I moved to Belton in Central Texas in 2015, lived right by the lake and I loved it. I got my start on the air as "Mr. Trendy" - talking about what was hot and happenin' in Central Texas and moved up to a few air shifts on K107 Classic Hits as well as New Country US 105. I decided to keep heading East and landed in Tyler where I hope I can learn and become a part of this great community as a the DME at Townsquare Media.
McConaughey, Abbot Among Volunteers for Meals on Wheels Central Texas
That's what I like about Matthew McConaughey - the longer he stays in Texas, the more you see is an amazing person. Alright, alright, alright.
Austin 6th Street Shooting Leaves One Dead, 4 Wounded
In what was initially deemed an "active shooter" incident in the always-busy downtown Austin 6th Street, Austin police have clarified that there were two separate shootings in the entertainment district of the Texas capital - one at 2:17 am and the other just seven minutes later...
Is Picking Bluebonnets Illegal In Texas?
It turns out, it's a myth.
Granite Shoals Woman Falls For Police Hoax About Contaminated Meth, Gets Arrested
Granite Shoals PD put out a hoax post on Facebook about Meth and Heroine contaminated by Ebola. This one woman - clearly worried about her health - fell for it.
“Affluenza” Teen Eats Blue Bell and Watches Richard Simmons in Solitary
Since Couch was moved to the facility Friday, Sheriff Anderson has called the teen a "model prisoner" who pretty much watches exercise videos and eats Blue Bell ice cream.
Texas’ First Four-Day School Week Start This Fall
In light of a new Texas state law that will measure school years in minutes rather than days to offer more flexibility in setting calendars, one of Texas' smallest school districts is set to make history this fall with four-day school weeks...