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
Driver Found Shot in Temple Wednesday
A shooting victim was found in a vehicle Wednesday morning in Temple.
Fire Shuts Down Hewitt Restaurant
A Hewitt restaurant was vacated by employees and customers after a fire broke out Thursday afternoon.
National Champions Deserve Parades, Right?
Central Texas will celebrate the tremendous accomplishments of the 2019 National Champion Baylor Lady Bears team Thursday in Waco.
Atmos Energy Feeding Families in Franklin
Atmos Energy is out serving the community of Franklin, after the terrible tornado that hit the town Saturday.
Appreciation Banquet For National Champs
The Baylor Lady Bears basketball team is having a celebration for their oustanding season, and winning the national championship.
Waco Woman Rescued From Burning Apartment
A Waco woman had to be rescued from an apartment fire on Saturday, that resulted in her hanging from a second story window for her life.
Art on Elm Event Commences On Despite Rain
A community event in Waco over the weekend went on despite the rainy conditions.
Harker Heights School on Lockdown Wednesday Afternoon
A Harker Heights elementary school went on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after Harker Heights authorities tracked a suspect in the nearby area.
Early Morning Scuffle Involving Waco Police Officers
A Waco man was arrested after getting into a scuffle with officers at a Waco restaurant early Tuesday morning.
Blue Bell is Bringing Back A Classic
A beloved Texas treat is returning to grocery store freezers just in time for spring and summer.