Get 2 Know Me
- Arrived in the Houston area (Sugar Land) in 1999. I got here as quick as I could!
- I got my undergraduate degree in Broadcasting from that Oasis in the Desert, Arizona State University, and my Broadcast Meteorology Certification from Mississippi State University.
- Charitable causes committed to improving the lives of children and women are my highest priority.
I got into journalism so I could make a difference in the lives of the people in my community.
My advice to the next generation of journalists? ALWAYS strive for the truth and both sides of the story and NEVER offer an opinion. No one cares - they want the truth from you so that they can form their own opinions.
A day I wake up is a great day that gives me the chance to do God’s will.
I have been married to my beautiful bride Debbie since September 1, 1979, which means that in what will seem like two blinks of an eye she will have put up with me for 40 years!
During that time, we have produced two amazing daughters who have married two wonderful men. I’ve also been blessed by a step-daughter and two grandchildren.
Friday, September 14, 2018 • 11:29 PM
Tracking the tropics: Florence a Tropical Storm; Gulf development chances at 20 percent
Dire, devastating and catastrophic are just some of the descriptions of Florence as it makes contact with the coast of North Carolina. Florence is just one of four named storms making for a very busy...
Monday, August 27, 2018 • 12:14 AM
Houston Newsmakers for Aug. 26: Hurricane Harvey: 1 year later, mayor says more needs to be done
Celebrate the success of Harvey recovery, but understand that people are still suffering and more needs to be done. That is the sentiment of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, a guest on this week’s...
Sunday, August 12, 2018 • 11:11 PM
Houston Newsmakers for Aug. 12: Second Chance Job Fair, aerospace for minorities, women aviation
Houston City Councilmember Dwight Boykins made a campaign promise years ago that has turned into the Second Chance Job Fair, designed to give the unemployed and underemployed opportunities to get on...
Saturday, July 14, 2018 • 11:53 AM
Saturday highs in the mid 90s with 20 percent afternoon storm chances
A near typical summer day ahead with highs near 95 degrees and slight chances for afternoon thunderstorms. Heat index will be near 105 degrees in some areas so caution is advised for any outdoor...
Sunday, July 1, 2018 • 10:36 PM
Houston Newsmakers for July 1: Muslim-majority countries banned from entering U.S., what's next?
The Supreme Court ruled the president of the United States has the authority to ban entry into the country for people from several Muslim-majority countries. Muslims in Houston are concerned about the...