I'm a Jennings, La., native who started in radio while in high school in 1995. I got a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting in 2002 – which would have been a brilliant career move if this was 1972. I moved halfway across the nation in a hatchback with a diabetic cat to be in El Paso. I've worked under a variety of different radio names in the last 15 years, probably because I'm also secretly a spy. I once met Laura Bush and took a picture of her hot-pink toenails – true story. I'm pretty much a big ol’ geek (or is it a spaz?), and I'm kinda funny lookin’.
NFL Cancels Texans / Cowboys Preseason Game Due to Hurricane Harvey
The preseason game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Texans is now officially canceled. Ticketholders can get a refund or donate to relief efforts.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Activates 12,000 National Guard Troops
Gov. Greg Abbott has activated all 12,000 Texas National Guard personnel to assist in Hurricane Harvey recovery.
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You want to help Hurricane Harvey victims. That's awesome! Here are a few tips to make sure that what you donate gets where it needs to go.
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Dad’s Walking 80 Miles to Be Reunited With His Daughter
Las Cruces resident Francisco Tafoya only had a short time to see his daughter, but with his car out of commission and money being tight, he didn't know if he could get to her. So he walked.