Big O is a young, enthusiastic radio personality who brings tons of energy and charisma to the airwaves. Born and raised from the south side of Fort Worth, Texas, he received his Bachelors degree in Communications from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in May 2015, and also excelled as a Defensive Tackle for Crusaders football team. He produces football games for Temple High School football Fridays, and also produces the games for UMHB as well on Saturdays. Now he's taking his talents from behind the scenes, to the airwaves. He can be heard Saturday nights as the host of Operation Turn UP! Make sure to tune in, and also follow Big O on Twitter, Instagram, and on Snapchat: @darealestcuz
Cedar Park Crash Leaves Fatal Impact on Family
A mother has lost her children after a traffic crash in Cedar Park.
Texas Guard Diagnosed With Leukemia
Texas Longhorn star guard Andrew Jones has been diagnosed with leukemia.
Two People Escape House Inferno in Elm Mott
There's obviously no good time for a house fire, but the early morning hours may be the worst and most dangerous.
Suicidal Waco Woman Safe in Custody After Lengthy Standoff
Waco authorities were called out to the 2700 block of Driftwood Street around 10 p.m. Wednesday night to help a woman who said she was wanting to take her life.
Temple Fire Leaves Man Homeless
Just four days before Christmas, a Temple man loses his home to a fire.
Local High School Student Punches School Officer
A 17-year-old girl was charged with assault on a public servant and resisting arrest after she allegedly punched a school resource officer in the throat.
Central Texas Teen Killed in Highway Crash
The Gatesville community is mourning the loss of a 16-year-old fatally injured in a car crash Wednesday night.
Local Middle School Student Caught With BB Gun at School
In a message to parents, school officials said the discovery was made by another student who saw the other child with the gun.
RGIII Ready For A Return to the Gridiron
Former Copperas Cove star quarterback and Baylor Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III tells ESPN he is ready for a return to the NFL.
African Children’s Choir Coming to Central Texas
The African Children's Choir will perform at Liberty Community Church located at 4856 FM 3242 in Cameron on Sunday, December 24th at 9:00 AM.