I was born and raised in the Lone Star State, growing up in the Dallas region. I attended Texas A&M University where I received my degree in Meteorology. After graduation, I had the pleasure of starting my career at KAMC News in Lubbock, Texas. Two years later, I hopped over to California and then Arkansas, but my heart belonged in the Hub City. I returned to KLBK/KAMC, working as the evening Meteorologist for five more years before trading in the green screen for a keyboard. I am a wife, mother, dog owner, and huge Texas Tech football fan (thanks to the influence of my Red Raider husband). I'm thrilled to be joining the KISS FM team as well as some former coworkers from the media!
Why You Should Be Wearing Your Sunglasses at Night in Texas This Fall
The Fall months bring more than just pumpkins and cooler weather. We also see more dangerous road conditions. Here are the best ways to stay safe this season!
Texas Travel Bucket List: Our Great State’s Most Stunning Spots
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Texas Woman Has Run-In With a Prehistoric Creature This Week
Texas lakes and rivers are a great place to escape the heat, but there are some surprising creatures lurking just below your feet.
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Monkeypox is Officially in Texas: Summer Travel Impacts
The Lone Star State is now the 15th state to report a confirmed case of the Monkeypox virus. Here is more on the virus and how it could impact your Summer travel.
The Top 10 Ways to Keep Your Kid’s Skin Sun Safe
Living in Texas makes being exposed to UV radiation inevitable. Thankfully, there are simple ways to lessen your child's risk of developing this deadly disease.
Mystery Hepatitis Cases Continue: What Texas Parents Need to Know
With the mysterious hepatitis cases continuing to rise, it's only a matter of time before they start popping up in Texas. Here's what we know so far.