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
  • Christmas Music: Top 10 versions of ‘Carol of the Bells’ to ring in the season

    Christmas songs are everywhere right now. Every store, every restaurant and half the radio stations are pumping in the yuletide joy 24/7. This can get you in the Christmas spirit or make you want to invest in ear muffs. After all, Christmas carols are all over the map in terms of quality. Some are great, and make you pine for December 25. Others should be banned by the US government (I’m looking at you “Christmas Shoes”). But on my Christmas […]

  • Top prospects ready on NFL Draft Eve

    ARLINGTON, TX — It’s NFL Draft Eve, and that means it’s time for the finishing touches on the massive free fan experience out at the Stadium. “We have over 50 attractions, something for NFL fans, even if you’re not a fan of the NFL I think you will be when you come down here,” said Nicki Ewell, the NFL Director of Events. And, one of those attractions was already getting put to use today, with some of this year’s top […]

  • NFL Draft Week 2018 kicks off in Arlington

    ARLINGTON, TX — NFL Draft week is here, and Charlotte Jones Anderson kicked it off out at AT&T Stadium, with her eyes on some record crowds. “We’re in Texas so everything needs to be bigger and everything needs to be better,” the Cowboys executive VP said. “And that includes the setup and hopefully the crowd and the people.” Well, between the Fan Experience and the draft stage, they’re well on their way to shattering every old mark. “This footprint that’s […]

  • Class Act: Trinity Christian Academy seventh grader is a competitive ballroom dancer

    ADDISON, TX — Hannah Buford has taken all the right steps to go after her dreams and give back to the world, and it’s what makes her our Class Act of the Week. Hannah is in the seventh grade at Trinity Christian Academy and already a top flight competitive ballroom dancer. “I took a lot of various different types of dance for eleven years,” Hannah explained. “And then I started watching Dancing With The Stars, and I wanted to be […]

  • Cowboys prep community events for NFL Draft week

    FRISCO, TX — We’re just eight days away from the NFL Draft taking over AT&T Stadium. But, don’t worry if you didn’t score tickets to be inside the stadium for the draft. There’s still a whole lot going on outside at the NFL Draft Experience, and it’s all free! “There are free events all three days for kids and families to be a part of the excitement that’s coming to Arlington and AT&T Stadium,” said Cowboys executive director of community […]

  • Supreme Court hearing could impact stores like Dallas-based Neiman Marcus

    DALLAS — Retail bankruptcies soared to an all time high in the first quarter of 2018, according to Moody’s Investor Services. Big names like Toys R Us and Claire’s are the latest to meet their demise, but they won’t be the last. According to the S&P Global Ratings a whole bunch of retailers could be defaulting soon, places like Sears, J.Crew, and one that could hit Dallas hard: Neiman Marcus. But, maybe there’s the slightest lifeboat for these troubled stores […]

  • How to update your Dez Bryant jersey

    Dez Bryant getting cut by the Cowboys has left fans with (at least) one big question: What are we gonna do with all these Dez jerseys? Well, Dax Schaefer may have your answer. He runs the online store TheNameChanger, where you can order custom nameplates for jerseys of players who have left your team. And he’s already seen a big surge in Dallas interest. “About 80% of the inquires were all Dallas Cowboys jerseys and about 30-40% of my sales were […]

  • Former Dallas secret service agent recounts his memories of Barbara Bush

    DALLAS — Sad news out of Houston with the report that Barbara Bush, 92, has decided to stop seeking medical treatment for her failing health and will instead move to comfort care, surrounded by her family, including her husband George H.W. who she’s been married to for 73 years. That’s some #RelationshipGoals. Robert Caltabiano served on the secret service detail for Bush after he left office and got to know Barbara very well. “I view her as the country’s mother,” […]

  • Alumni try to preserve SMU student newspaper’s independence

    DALLAS — It’s no secret that the newspaper business has seen better times, and that’s true at college, too. Over at Southern Methodist University the Student Media Company, which handles publishing the campus’ newspaper, The Daily Campus, has run out of money to keep the presses printing. “They said ‘okay let’s find a new home for student media and the newspaper’ and that’s kind of where journalism stepped in and said ‘we’ll take it’,” said Kylie Madry, the editor-in-chief of […]

  • Class Act: Student has over $900,000 in scholarships, founded international charity to help women

    FORT WORTH, TX — She’s helping women around the world and making her local community proud. It’s no wonder that Daniela Pahari is our Class Act of the Week. Daniela is a senior at International Leadership of Texas at Keller-Saginaw High School, and it’s hard to even know where to start with her achievements. So let’s begin with this: she’s been accepted to half a dozen prestigious universities. “Those are the kind of schools that you always dream of getting […]