When I graduated from UNT’s Radio, Televsion, and Film program I vowed I never wanted to work in TV or radio. After working for a recording studio (aka a non-profit), music libraries, the Dallas Stars, Microsoft, and producing content at the forefront of online education for CreativeLive…here I am….in TV!

My hat is quite tasty.


Recent Articles
  • Vitaminwater will pay you $100,000 to ditch your smartphone for a year

    ST. LOUIS – Do you think you could without your smartphone for a whole day? How about a whole year? Vitamin Water is willing to bet you can’t do it.  The company unveiled a challenge for 2019 with an award of $100,000 to a person who can go without their smartphone for 365 days. You can enter the contest by sharing on Instagram or Twitter why you feel you’re up for the challenge, including the hashtags #nophoneforayear and #contest. Vitamin […]

  • Man facing trial on charges of attacking fiancee with chainsaw, dragging her through fire

    CLARE COUNTY, Mich. – A Detroit-area man is facing trial on charges that he attacked his fiancee with a chainsaw and dragged her through a campfire at his cabin in Clare County this summer. Robert Presley Jr., 46, is accused of attacking the 38-year-old woman from Madison Heights on his property June 6 in Clare County’s village of Temple. On Friday, a judge ruled there was enough evidence for Presley Jr.’s case to move to trial on all 14 felony […]

  • 30-year-old cat dies after being shot with BB gun

    EAST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich- Neighbors in East Grand Rapids are shocked and outraged to learn Tiger, a well-known 30-year-old cat, has died after being shot with a BB gun, according to WXMI. The cat, known as ‘Tiger’ was shot over Labor Day weekend. His owner was too upset to speak on camera, but neighbors who knew the cat say they can’t believe it. “We’ve known him since we were in high school,” said neighbor Tory Luca. “She came out and said […]

  • College wrestler born without legs lives life with ‘no excuses’

    NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio – It’s Sunday worship at New Greater Peace Church in Canton, Ohio. Music and Faith are the cornerstone of 20-year-old Zion Clark. “It is a really big part in what I do because God sent me through different trials to build me into the man I am today,” Zion told WJW. “I baptized him in the name of Jesus in one of our services and he’s a great kid, he’s a phenomenal kid, he’s one of our drummers […]

  • Former Plano basketball star sentenced to 33 years in prison for sex assault of child

    PLANO — Back in 2016 we told you about Zachary Alan Holifield, a former basketball player at Plano Senior High School. Holifield had committed to Oklahoma State University, but was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child. The acts took place in a day care facility run by Holifield’s mother. Holifield, 17 at the time, allegedly led children into a bathroom and sexually assaulted them. According to the original affidavit, one little girl told investigators she was first molested […]

  • FBI says it didn’t act on tip about Parkland shooter

    The FBI failed to act on a tip about Nikolas Cruz, the confessed shooter in the Parkland, Florida, school massacre, the bureau said in a statement on Friday. A person close to Cruz contacted the FBI on January 5 to report concerns about him, the FBI said. But the bureau did not appropriately follow established protocols in following up on the tip. “The information was not provided to the Miami Field Office, and no further investigation was conducted at that […]

  • Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez will run for Texas Governor against Greg Abbott

    DALLAS — Dallas County Sheriff Guadalupe “Lupe” Valdez is resigning as Dallas County Sheriff and plans to run for Texas Governor against Greg Abbott. Valdez made the announcement early Wednesday morning and plans to hold a press conference later today to announce her candidacy for the Democratic nomination. “Like so many hardworking Texans, I know it’s tough deciding between buying food, finding a decent place to live, and setting aside money for college tuition. Opportunity in Texas ought to be […]

  • English is no longer the official language of Farmers Branch

    FARMERS BRANCH, TX — Farmers Branch city council members voted Tuesday to repeal the controversial resolution that made english the official language of the city. In 2006 the council passed resolution 2006-130, which required all official city business to be conducted in english and restricted the translation of city documents into any other language other than english, unless required by federal law. Additionally, the wider measure required all apartment renters to provide proof of citizenship or legal residency. The measure […]

  • Over 80,000 kids in North Texas could lose health insurance by January

    AUSTIN, TX — Texas children and families that rely on the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) risk losing coverage and could start receiving cancellation letters by late December. According to the Dallas Morning News, Texas needs $90 million in federal funding to avoid ending the program on Jan. 31. The federal government has until Dec. 9 to approve the request for funding or risk ending the program. Congress has yet to approve the overall funding of the CHIP program; the requested […]

  • No, there hasn’t been a successful human head transplant

    If you’ve skimmed the headlines today, you’ve likely come across one stating that Dr. Sergio Canavero, an Italian neurosurgeon, has completed the first successful human head transplant. However, a quick look beyond the headlines reveals that’s not the full story. Dr. Canavero’s team in China did in fact do a head swap procedure, but it was done on a corpse. They were dead before, and were still dead after, so it’s hard to really label that as a full on “success”. […]

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