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. Since beginning his radio career, Big O has produced athletic broadcasts for Temple, Belton, and UMHB, and has been a color commentator for Belton Tigers Football. Make sure to tune in, and also follow Big O on Twitter, Instagram, and on Snapchat: @darealestcuz
Killeen Man Dies in Early Morning Car Crash in Belton
A Killeen man lost his life early Wednesday morning in Belton when he veered off the road and crashed his Ford Mustang.
Falls County Driver Flown to Hospital After 18 Wheeler Crash
A driver was reportedly ejected from an 18-wheeler after it overturned in Falls County Tuesday.
Texas Native Drowns in Red River
A Texas man drowned in the Oklahoma side of the Red River over the weekend during a fishing trip.
Missing Texas Police Chief Body Found in Houston Ship Channel
A missing Texas police chief was found early Sunday morning after going missing Friday afternoon in the Galveston Bay.
Waco Authorities In Search of Missing Teen
A missing Waco teenager is a high concern to the Waco Police Department, and they are in need of your help to find him.
Waco Woman Who Jumped From Bridge Taken To Hospital
A woman in Waco attempted to take a plunge off of the state Highway 6 access road to take her life on Wednesday night.
Woodway Teen Charged With Multiple Counts of Child Porn Possession
A Woodway teenager has been brought into custody after being charged with 10 counts of possession of child pronography on Wednesday.
Missing Waco Boy Has Been Found & Safe
A missing Waco teenager who was reported missing Tuesday night, was found early Wednesday morning.
Texas Amber Alert for Toddler Canceled
An Amber Alert issued for a Houston area toddler Monday night was canceled a few hours after being broadcast. Police say the child is safe.
Free Storm Debris Drop-Off in Lampasas
A free debris drop-off location has opened up in Lampasas to get rid of the mess left behind by Sunday's stormy weather.