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Producer/Reporter for Newsfix at CW33 in Dallas. I handle the Fashion Fix and Boom Box segments. I am also a sports, music and fitness enthusiast!
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Recent Articles
  • Halloween decorations that got way too real!

    GREENVILLE, Tenn. – Johnny Riddle called 911 in a panic saying, “I didn’t know what happened until I already went by. I saw the blood.” After hearing that on a 911 call, you’d think it was a call about a gruesome crime scene, right? “I thought it was somebody. I thought it was somebody laying up there on the driveway. I told them what happened and they said, ‘We’ll send somebody out to check it,’” said Riddle. Well, it turned […]

  • Texas woman threatened after criticizing Hobby Lobby for selling cotton stems

    KILLEEN – After her Facebook post went viral, a Hobby Lobby shopper has received death threats for criticizing the store for selling decor featuring cotton. Daniell Rider requested the decor to be removed saying it was “wrong on so many levels” and “represents a time of oppression for my people.” “I wasn’t trying to be divisive,” Rider told a news station, ” I am simply a consumer talking to a retailer. And, all I said was I found something offensive.” Her […]

  • Jake Gyllenhaal Stronger: A movie about the Boston Marathon Bombing

    DALLAS — On April 15, 2013, two homemade bombs detonated 12 seconds and 210 yards apart near the finish line of the Boston marathon. The blasts killed three people and injured hundreds of others.  Sixteen people lost limbs. One of those was Jeff Bauman. “That day, where all of this happened to him affected a community, city by proxy the whole world,” says Jake Gyllenhaal. Bauman was at the finish line waiting for his on-again-off-again girlfriend when the bombs went off. His […]

  • Americans make big plans to spend big money at the end of the year!

    Hard to believe, but we’re closing in on the last quarter of 2017. We know what you’re thinking: Where did the time go?? We don’t really have the answer to that, but what we do know is almost half of Americans plan to spend big money on at least one big ticket item before the end of the year. According to, of the 116 million people planning to spend that dough, 49% are planning to buy airline tickets, 28% […]

  • Former St. Louis police officer found not guilty in murder trial

    ST. LOUIS, Missouri – Protesters filled the streets of Ferguson after a former officer was found not guilty in killing a black man. “Y’all know this ain’t right and y’all continue to do it, says Mike Brown, Sr., father of Michael Brown, a black teen who was killed by Ferguson police in 2014. “You know what I’m saying, to us, man, like we don’t mean nothin’, like we rats, dogs, trash in the street.” A judge set a white, former […]

  • Here we go again! North Korea launches a missile over Japan

    For the second time in two weeks, residents of Hokkaido Japan received a hell of a wakeup call. North Korea fired another ballistic missile from the Pyongyang area. The missile flew over Japan and into the North Pacific Ocean. It’s the farthest-flying missile North Korea has fired. The launch came just hours after North Korea reacted to the United Nations Security Council’s unanimous approval of additional sanctions. North Korea threatened to sink Japan and reduce the US mainland into ash […]

  • #LIGHTSOUT: Motel 6 is sharing guest lists with ICE!

    PHOENIX, Ariz. – Motel 6: They’ll leave the light on… and also call ICE! At least that’s what the Phoenix New Times tweeted out when they found out the staff was allegedly reporting guests who looked like undocumented immigrants to Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE agents have arrested 20 people staying at two different Motel 6 spots in Phoenix and in the investigative report published by local paper; employees at both locations were sharing customers’ info with ICE on the […]

  • Will Spanish conquest statues be the next to come down?

    Yes, the Robert E. Lee statue in Dallas is down! But Confederate monuments aren’t the only ones raising questions. Now that Hispanic Heritage month is beginning, people are wondering why we still have monuments honoring Spanish conquests. From California to Florida, some of these statues bring back a history of 16th-century Spanish conquistadors settling on land already owned by American Indians. The historic Don Diego de Vargas and Junípero Serra were both all about the Spanish rule; sometimes going to […]

  • Sign advertising ‘Slaves 4 Sale’ rocks Missouri neighborhood

    LIBERTY, Mo. — People who live in a Liberty, Missouri neighborhood woke up to a sign advertising “Slaves 4 Sale” hanging over a Confederate battle flag at a neighbor’s home on Tuesday. Richard Geisneheyner told WDAF the sign is a reaction to being treated like a racist because he flies the flag in front of his home. “If people actually believe that a Confederate flag stands for slavery, well, I might as well be just as stupid as they are,”said […]

  • Young patients help Dallas hospital celebrate 20 years of music therapy

    “One good thing about when it hits, you feel no pain.” -Bob Marley DALLAS – There’s actually some truth to that! Not only do tunes help you get through a break-up, Saturday morning chores or that horrible cardio, but it’s also great therapy. And the sweet people over at Children’s Health are celebrating 20 years of jam sessions with the kids! “We use music as a tool to help them cope with being here at the hospital and to express […]