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.
Food Distribution Events Coming to Waco and Temple Nov 5 and 7
The Central Texas Food Bank is once again going to be providing families in need with nutritious food at a contactless distribution event.
Chrome and Carols Festival of Trees Returns December 3
The United Way of Central Texas' 10th annual auction will feature beautiful, professionally decorated trees and fantastic gift packages for a worthy cause.
Free Halloween Bash at the Bell County Expo Center
New Beginnings Learning Academy invites your family to a free event featuring inflatables, games, prizes, and, of course, treats.
45 Missing Kids Recovered, 179 People Arrested in Operation Autumn Hope
Operation Autumn Hope was a massive operation focused on human trafficking and the location and recovery of missing and exploited children.
Arctic Cold Front to Bring Temperatures in the 40s to Central Texas
By the time you clock out at work today, you could need a thick jacket and an umbrella.
Belton Police Seeking Donations for Silver Santa Program
BPD's Silver Santa program delivers holiday care packages to elderly residents who are part of the city's RU OK program. They could use our help.
Former Blue Bell Creameries President Charged with Wire Fraud and Conspiracy
Paul Kruse is accused of instructing employees to remove products tainted with Listeria from store shelves without informing customers of the contamination.
Killeen Private School Serving Special Needs Students Needs Help
We're headed into the winter months, and the heating system at Oak Creek Academy hasn't worked for two years. They could really use the community's help.
Texas Teen Discovers Molecule That Could Stop COVID-19 Infection
Frisco high school freshman Anika Chebrolu has been named America's Top Young Scientist for discovering a molecule that could stop COVID-19 from entering cells.
Texas Leads the Nation in Early Voting Turnout
Texans have turned out in droves to cast their ballots early, and October 20th's numbers show the Lone Star State has the most early voters in the country.