I was born right here in Temple, TX. I grew up in Troy, and got into local radio a month after graduating from Troy High School in 2005. I've been here ever since. Growing up, I listened to classic rock, hip-hop, country, and top 40 radio. I'd describe my musical tastes as "eclectic", since I'll listen to just about anything that suits my current mood. I'm really into 80's music and synthwave. I love riffing on movies with friends (too much Mystery Science Theater 3000 as a kid), reading, writing, and playing fetch with my pudgy dog, Leela.
Temple Invites Residents to Clap for Essential Workers Tuesday
At 7 PM each Tuesday night beginning April 7, citizens are encouraged to step outside for one minute to applaud carers, first responders, and essential workers.
Express ER Forgives Over $3.5 Million in Patient Debt
Express ER has announced the immediate emergency forgiveness of over $3.5 million in patient debt, and plans more debt forgiveness related to COVID-19.
These Central Texas Businesses Are Still Open During the COVID-19 Outbreak
We've created a form with which Central Texas businesses can let us know they're open. As submissions come in, we'll post them here.
Historic Zabcikville Church Damaged by Fire
Fire investigators are working to determine the cause of a fire that dealt heavy damage to a church in Zabcikville Thursday night.
Pavement Repairs Along US 190 in Copperas Cove Begin April 6
Crews will be working on the roadway throughout the week, so be on the lookout for them, slow down, and give them space if you have to be out driving.
Bell County Mistakenly Releases Identities of COVID-19 Victims
In an update to their website Thursday, the Bell County Public Health District briefly featured the names of the 51 people who've been diagnosed in the county.
Temple Parks & Rec Closes Playgrounds, Ballcourts
Effective April 1, certain amenities across Temple were closed in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Bloomin’ Temple Cancelled in the Wake of COVID-19
We look forward to getting out in early spring and seeing everyone at the annual festival, but it's been cancelled this year for the sake of public health.
Waco Middle School Principal Passes Away Due to COVID-19
G.W. Carver Middle School principal and Marine Corps veteran Phillip Perry was hospitalized Monday.
Gov. Abbott Orders Texas Schools to Remain Closed Until May 4
In an effort to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday ordered that schools across Texas remain closed until May 4.