I am a Preditor (Basically a Producer/Writer/Camera/Editor/Reporter) at CW33 for NewsFix, a brand new, non-traditional news program for the DFW area.
I’m sort of the unofficial “sports guy” around these parts.


Recent Articles
  • Texas Pinball Festival racks up high scores in North Texas

    FRISCO, TX — Launch the ball, mash the flippers and rack up a high score! The Texas Pinball Festival is wrapping up a huge weekend up in Frisco. “We have 450 machines on the floor for play over the weekend,” said Paul McKinney, the organizer of the event. “We’re one of the largest pinball shows in the world. We probably had between five and seven thousand people come through the Pinball Festival over this weekend.” And while it may seem […]

  • Class Act: Madison High basketball team rallies from slow start to a championship

    DALLAS —  It isn’t how you start, it’s how you finish. And the hoops stars over at Madison High proved that big time this year, making them our Class Acts of the week. It was a rough start to the season for the Madison Trojans, dropping their first four games, but the team rallies around the adversity. “We started off 0-4. it was frustrating, but we knew we had a goal in mind and that was to win state,” said […]

  • Women’s Final Four set to bring $30 million to Dallas

    DALLAS — We’re just over a week away from the NCAA Women’s Final Four rolling into Dallas, and there’s a lot of excitement for it to finally tip-off, especially over at the Hyatt Regency, the final four’s official hotel. “Our team gets very excited, because they recognize the eyes of the world are on Dallas and these events and they get pumped up,” said Bryan King, the Director of Sales and Marketing at Hyatt Regency. While it may not have […]

  • Healthy, delicious & only $1! Lincoln Culinary Team preps for DISD competition

    DALLAS — Cooking in Dallas ISD has turned into a sport and the team over at Lincoln is gearing up for Saturday’s Cooking Up Change competition. It takes some serious culinary creativity to get ready. Not only does their dish have to meet strict healthy guidelines, it also has to only cost about a dollar per meal. “The price, the price,” laughed Elisabeth Fugett, a junior at Lincoln and member of the Culinary Team. “That’s the hardest.” “Yeah, staying within […]

  • After hit and run, Dallas Police seek suspect, city councilman seeks changes to the street

    DALLAS — DPD is calling on the public’s help, to catch the driver that killed 23 year old Rachel Spelman, early Saturday morning. According to the police, around 2 AM, at the 2200 block of Cedar Springs, a dark-colored sedan hit Rachel. The driver exited the vehicle, looked back at the victim, got back in and fled the scene. Besides being dark in color, the vehicle was described as having front end damage to the front window and possibly the […]

  • BMF Project donates Rapid Diver scuba units to Grand Prairie PD

    GRAND PRAIRIE, TX — It’s a simple gift that could save a life. Sunday, The BMF Project donated four Rapid Diver scuba units to the Grand Prairie Police Department Lake Patrol Division. “We may not ever know the one that we’re going to save, but by doing this we know we’re going to save somebody,” said Mike Fugate, co-founder of the BMF Project. The foundation was named in honor of Brandon Michael Fugate, who drowned at Lake Ray Hubbard back […]

  • Charity Arcade lets you retro-game for a good cause

    GARLAND, TX — Remember when your mom used to tell you playing video games wasn’t a worthwhile? Well the guys over at Charity Arcade beg to differ. Yeah, they’ve invented a new way to kick it on some old school video games to help out great causes. “I used to buy and sell arcade games and so they’ve always been in the back of my mind,” said founder Gary Bubb. “It’s used primarily to allow non-profits to raise money for […]

  • Local 11-year-old chef competes on “Chopped Jr.”

    MIDLOTHIAN, TX — Slicing, dicing, tossing, and grilling. Eleven year old Kenzie Mills has been cooking up a storm for almost as long as she’s been walking. “I started when I was three years old,” Kenzie said. “For Christmas I got an apron and measuring cups and ever since then I love to be in a kitchen.” Yeah, making meals and putting smiles on people’s faces is what she’s all about. “That face when someone bites into something and is […]

  • Drones become a huge part of North Texas Emergency Services

    CLEBURNE, TX —  Up into the air, with a single pilot down below holding a remote control, drones are quickly becoming one of the biggest assets that Emergency Services have. “Here in Johnson County, we started using drones, we call them UAS’s, about two years ago,” said Jamie Moore the Johnson County Emergency Services Manager. “And since that time it’s absolutely exploded.” Yeah, the uses are endless, from finding missing persons, chasing fugitives and helping scout dangerous situations like fires. […]

  • Avoid getting bored in DFW this Spring Break!

    DALLAS — You know what week it is: Spring Break! But the break can actually be a headache for a lot of parents. Luckily, there’s plenty of places around town to help keep mom and dad from going crazy, like the Frontiers of Flight Museum. “We have special activities every single day of the week,” said Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, President and CEO of the museum. “So you don’t have to be stuck at home with your kids!” Hey, it’s not just […]