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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  • Thomas Jefferson exhibit coming to the African American Museum in Dallas

    DALLAS — On June 19, 1865, slaves in Texas were freed and the holiday now known as Juneteenth was born! Only problem is, it was two years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Now fast forward to today, where the African American Museum in Dallas is celebrating Juneteenth by introducing a new exhibit that’s coming in September called “Slavery At Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox Of Liberty”. “The exhibit that’s coming here in a few months is not the story of […]

  • Dallas native Rachel Lindsay gets candid about life after ‘The Bachelorette’

    DALLAS — After becoming – what basically amounted to an overnight sensation – today, Rachel Lindsay is one of the most recognizable face in America. That’s because ever since striking it big on The Bachelorette, the country’s love affair with her has just continued to grow. But what is life like for her now? She answers those questions and more as we drive around town in this (above) edition of Commuter Convo. Now, like us, you may also be wondering […]

  • 7 Texas newspapers among hundreds telling Trump journalists are not the enemy

    (CNN) — More than 300 newspapers in the United States had editorials Thursday whining about President Donald Trump’s description of the media as the “enemy of the people.” Here are some of the newspapers blasting Trump’s anti-press rhetoric. ALASKA Anchorage Daily News Why attacks on free speech and the free press are so dangerous ARIZONA The Arizona Daily Star The free press is not the ‘enemy of the people’ The Arizona Republic Journalists, don’t let Trump’s attacks on media keep us […]

  • Dwaine Caraway pleads guilty to federal corruption, resigns from Dallas City Council

    DALLAS — Dwaine Caraway has plead guilty to federal corruption and tax evasion charges and has resigned from the Dallas City Council. Caraway, the former mayor pro tem, has admitted to accepting over $450,000 in bribes from Robert Leonard and Slater Smartwood Sr., former executives of the company at the center of a stop-arm camera scandal that ended with the demise of the school bus company, Dallas County Schools. “Leonard also paid for Caraway to travel to New Orleans, Las […]

  • Governor Greg Abbott proposes bail reform in Texas

    WACO, TX — Governor Greg Abbott is doing his part to reform the bail system in Texas. On Tuesday, he announced his proposed “Damon Allen Act,” which would set bond amount that, in short, better match the threat an accused criminal possesses. If passed, judges would be able to, for example, review the complete criminal history of the person in question. The changes are in honor of State Trooper Damon Allen who was shot and killed on Thanksgiving in 2017 […]

  • North Carolina man wins $8.8 million lawsuit claiming another man destroyed his marriage

    DURHAM, N.C. —  A North Carolina man was awarded $8.8 million Thursday after a Durham County court ruled that another man destroyed his marriage, according to The Herald-Sun. Keith King filed a civil complaint in April 2017, alleging that Francisco Huizar III of San Antonio, Texas committed criminal conversation, alienation of affection, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and assault and battery. The judge awarded King more than $2.2 million in compensatory damages as well as another $6.6 […]

  • Texas DPS: Man shot after he approached agents with a gun in his hand

    DALLAS — An investigation is now underway, after special agents with the Texas Department of Public Safety shot a man who was approaching them with a gun. According to the DPS, here’s what happened: “The special agents were parked in a business complex parking lot when a white SUV pulled in behind the special agents and blocked them in,” said Lonny Haschel with the DPS. “The occupant of the white SUV got out with a handgun and approached the agents. […]

  • Iconic ‘Brady Bunch’ house goes on the market after nearly 50 years

    LOS ANGELES – It’s a home so famous it has its own Yelp page, and now the television home of the beloved sitcom “The Brady Bunch” is for sale. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that was used for exterior shots during the filming of the classic show, which ran from September 1969 to March 1974, still has a meticulously-maintained 1970s feel inside. From the MusiCall intercom system with its golden knobs, to the floral wallpaper and stone fireplace, it looks like […]

  • The World Cup is coming to America and Dallas could benefit big time

    DALLAS — The World Cup may be taking place in Russia this year, but come 2026, the tournament will be back in The States for the first time since 1994! The joint bid from the U.S., Mexico, and Canada beat out Morocco at Wednesday’s FIFA vote in Moscow. “You know, there’s no doubt that when the World Cup is here in eight years it’s going to do incredible things to elevate the sport of soccer to levels we probably can’t even […]

  • Gun background checks not done for a year because Florida employee couldn’t log in

    TALLAHASSEE, FL — When it comes to boo-boos, there are really just two different kinds: a small one and a large one. The boo-boo this story is about – is of the large variety. You see, it was discovered that the State of Florida didn’t do background checks on concealed-carry permit applications for over a year. Why? Because the bureaucrat in charge of it couldn’t log into the system. Seriously. According to a state Inspector General investigation – between February of […]