I dropped out of college and ended up in radio, somehow. I'm in a band, I play video games, and I like sleep way more than most people. You'll probably hear me on a bunch of commercials here and there. I've lived in Lubbock my entire conscious life, so while I still may be considered "young," I know how things go around here. Or maybe I don't? I'm very self-conscious.
You’ll Have to Start Dialing 10-Digit Codes Starting October 25th
Starting on Monday, October 25th, Texans with phone numbers in the 254, 361, 409, 806, 830, 915 and 940 area codes will be required to dial the entire 10-digit code for local phone calls.
Officials Respond to U.S. Capitol Being Breached by Rioters, Protestors [Update]
On the afternoon of Wednesday, January 5th, supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the US Capitol, interrupting challenges to Joe Biden's Electoral College victory and forcing lawmakers to be evacuated.
Governor Greg Abbott Activates National Guard
On Tuesday, March 17th, Texas Governor Greg Abbott activated the Texas National Guard to be prepared to assist with response efforts for COVID-19.
Iran Launches Missiles at U.S. Military Base in Iraq
ABC News and the Associated Press both report that Iran fired missiles at a U.S. military base in Iraq.
Don Imus Dies at 79 in College Station
Don Imus, formerly of WNBC-AM & 660 WFAN and 770 WABC has died at the age of 79 at Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in College Station.
Odessa Police Officer Injured in Saturday’s Mass Shooting Is Out of the Hospital
Odessa Police Corporal James Santana, who was injured in the shooting that occurred Saturday, August 31st in Odessa, has been released from the hospital.