I am the Executive Producer for NewsFix DFW. I have lived in Dallas since 2013. Before that, I lived in Southwest Florida for 3 years. I am originally from the Chicago area.

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  • ‘No Fun League’ cracks down on ‘inappropriate celebrations’

    NEW YORK, NY — In an effort to take all the fun out of the game, the NFL – through its VP of Football Operations, Troy Vincent – recently announced it is developing an “educational training video for players to show clear examples of appropriate and inappropriate celebrations.” We're developing an educational training video for players to show clear examples of appropriate and inappropriate celebrations. pic.twitter.com/3yzBxAaQuk — Troy Vincent (@TroyVincent23) March 21, 2017 But this is something we’ll be talking […]

  • Tomi Lahren suspended from Glenn Beck’s ‘The Blaze’

    IRVING — Finally! Some political drama that doesn’t involve President Trump! Political commentator Tomi Lahren never backs down from what she believes in, and the most recent controversy she’s found herself in is no different. Yeah, something she recently said has gotten her suspended from TheBlaze. You’re probably thinking what she could have possibly said to warrant this kind of punishment? Well, she appeared on “The View” on Friday and said that she supports abortion rights. “I’m someone that’s for […]

  • Emporium Pies cooking up the recipe for success in DFW

    DALLAS — In just a few short years, they’ve turned a little pie shop into one of the most successful small businesses in the DFW Metroplex. Yes, you can thank Mary Sparks and Megan Wilkes for your obsession with Emporium Pies. The dynamic duo opened up shop in 2012, and since then, they have opened up two more pie shops. One is in Deep Ellum. Another is in McKinney. And as NewsFix recently found out, they’re not planning on slowing […]

  • Questions go unanswered as 911 phone issue plagues Dallas

    DALLAS — Dallas and T-Mobile are making progress – as they try to figure out the 911 issue. T-Mobile engineers have figured out that it’s not “ghost calls”, but people who are hanging up before they ever talk with an operator. Regardless, this issue has made national headlines quicker than any operator can pick up the phone, from the Washington Post and CNN to TV stations in Seattle and San Francisco. Part of the reason this story has gone viral […]

  • T-Mobile crews in Dallas fixing 911 glitch after baby died

    DALLAS — The on-going ghost call issue that T-Mobile users are having in Dallas went from being a nuisance to being deadly last weekend after a six-month-old boy died because his babysitter couldn’t get a hold of any 911 operators. Brandon Alex’s babysitter was reportedly on hold for over 30-minutes while Brandon’s life hung in the balance. City officials did confirm that the sitter called 911, hang up, and call again multiple times. The “ghost call” issue has been plaguing […]

  • State of disaster declared in six Texas Counties

    AUSTIN, TX — Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster for six Texas counties in the panhandle at the epicenter of the wildfires that have burned more than 400-thousand acres of land. But that’s just Texas. When you count the wildfires in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado – the number of acres turned into ash grows to over 1-million. A total of seven people have been killed because of these wildfires. Five of those deaths were in Texas. And three […]

  • Another lawsuit being filed because of infamous 2015 McKinney pool party

    MCKINNEY — Did you think that notorious McKinney pool party from 2015 was behind us? Well, think again. A civil rights attorney by the name of Ben Crump is opening up old wounds by bringing a lawsuit against the McKinney police department and the former cop at the middle of the whole thing – Eric Casebolt. His clients are three of the young boys that were there, though at this time he’s not naming them because they are underage. Crump’s […]

  • TravelFix: How to find the perfect place to stay

    PHOENIX, AZ — One of the biggest things you need to figure out when traveling – is where you are going to stay. Yes, lodging is extremely important. But how do you find a place that works for you?? Well, you have to know where to look. And few people have more experience finding that perfect place than our expert traveler Drew Binsky. “If you’re an extreme budget traveler, which I used to be, and which a lot of people […]

  • Pet obesity is growing into a real problem

    DALLAS — Humans aren’t the only ones on the verge of an obesity epidemic. Our pets are in the same boat as we are. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, about 54% of dogs and 59% of cats are obese (that’s a lot of fat cats). Unfortunately, those numbers are not going down. For example, the number of overweight cats is up 90% since 2007. And the sad part is we, as their owners, don’t even realize it! […]

  • Shots fired at Dallas Police substation

    DALLAS — Early Sunday morning DPD’s South Central Patrol Substation was fired on. According to police, the gunman fired multiple rounds from the car they were in, hitting only the building. They say one cop was sitting outside in his squad car but didn’t see the getaway car. An investigation is now underway to find the person who did this. When they find the person(s) responsible, they’ll be charged with aggravated assault on a public servant. In the meantime, I’m […]