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.
Sunday, May 5, 2019 • 6:00 PM
Houston Newsmakers for May 5: Councilman Boykins says mayor has vendetta against firefighters
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner would rather lay off firefighters and city employees than find a workable plan to fund firefighters pay, said Houston District D City Council Member Dwight...
Sunday, April 28, 2019 • 5:18 PM
'Houston Newsmakers' for April 28: U.S. Rep. Al Green renews call for Trump impeachment
While President Donald Trump has declared the Mueller reports vindicates him, U.S. Rep. Al Green, a democrat, said the report validates the call for impeachment he made more than two...
Sunday, April 21, 2019 • 6:50 PM
Houston Newsmakers for April 21: Religious affiliations drop sharply & March for Babies
The percentage of adults in the United States who claim membership in a church, synagogue or Mosque, has dropped from 70% in 1999 to an all-time low of 50% in 2000 according to a recent Gallup...
Sunday, April 14, 2019 • 6:17 PM
Houston Newsmakers for April 14: Garcia reaches 100 day mark, lessons learned from ITC fire
Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia represents Precinct 2, an area where he was born and raised, so the ITC fire hit home as a major lesson learned by Commissioner's Court, including the knowledge of how much the county has to depend on the industry to police itself.