Big O is a young, enthusiastic radio personality who brings tons of energy and charisma to the airwaves. Born and raised from the south side of Fort Worth, Texas, he received his Bachelors degree in Communications from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in May 2015, and also excelled as a Defensive Tackle for Crusaders football team. Since beginning his radio career, Big O has produced athletic broadcasts for Temple, Belton, and UMHB, and has been a color commentator for Belton Tigers Football. Make sure to tune in, and also follow Big O on Twitter, Instagram, and on Snapchat: @darealestcuz
Missing Legally Blind Waco Man Found
A legally blind man went missing in Waco over the weekend.
Harker Heights Man Fatally Wounded in Motorcycle Collision
Authorities have released the identitiy of a Harker Heights man who ided in a fatal motorcycle accident over the weekend.
Killeen Shooting Sends Teens to Local Hospital
Two teenagers in Killeen were the victims of a shooting on Sunday evening.
Kempner Bicyclist on Rural Road
A bicyclist from Kempner was killed when a pickup truck driver hit the man from behind on Sunday afternoon.
Waco Man Arrested After Shots Fired Call
Early morning gunshots near Baylor University in Waco, caused for the SWAT team to apprehend the resident of an apartment near the campus.
Improper Relationship Investigation in Chilton High School
A Chilton High School teacher has been suspended pending an investigation of rumors that she was involved in an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Gatesville Woman Arrested After Fleeing Courthouse
Police say Taylor Bauman jumped into a moving vehicle while fleeing the Coryell County Courthouse.
1,400 Stolen Golf Balls; Only in Texas
A Texas man has been charged with stealing 1,404 golf balls from a golf club in Bryan, Texas.
Autistic Teen Killed, Sister Injured in Reagan House Fire
A 16-year-old autistic teenager was killed in a fire Wednesday in Falls County.
15 Arrests Made in Central Texas Human Trafficking Sting
A three day human trafficking sting in the Central Texas area has led to 15 arrests.