You know the kid that always got in trouble for talking too much, or always asking a lot of questions? Yea, that was me.
I grew up in Decatur, Georgia and earned my Bachelor of Arts degree from Claflin University, the first Historically Black College in South Carolina where I served as the SGA President.
My first reporting job was at WLTX in Columbia, South Carolina. At WLTX I won an Edward R. Murrow Award for my reporting on concussions in middle and high schools.
In 2015 I started working with First Coast News in Jacksonville, Florida. There I covered the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump, the church shooting in Charleston, the Pulse Nightclub mass shooting and Hurricane Matthew.
In 2016 I won an Emmy for my reporting on coaching salaries and education.
Following Jacksonville, I was a reporter at KSHB in Kansas City, Missouri. While enjoying some great BBQ, I covered politics in Kansas and Missouri. I served as lead reporter during the Gov. Eric Greitens sex scandal and resignation. I also covered historic flood and multiple tornados.
Mentoring is important to me. Since 2011 I have been a “big” with Big Brothers Big Sisters in multiple states.
I’m proud of my Atlanta roots and sports teams, my personal passion is covering politics. I’m a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and the National Association of Black Journalists.
North Texans are going to see a mix of mask policies at many of the major retailers.
Many of the stores people go to every week have not announced changes based on the new mask guidance so far, saying they are reviewing their policies.
A bill set for a vote in the Texas House, which could impact transgender children, may not pass the chamber before a deadline set for Thursday.
Republicans support the bill, saying it keeps students from engaging in divisive topics. Democrats call it whitewashing and an attack on free speech.
New surveillance video shows the man police say shot and killed a 21-year-old Friday night while he was playing soccer with friends. Police know who they're looking for. They just need someone to come forward.
The party line vote happened after Republican lawmakers conceded to several Democratic proposed amendments that softened the language on criminal penalties.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas is expecting record-breaking demand this summer, but ERCOT officials said they believe they’ll be able to meet that demand.
The Texas Senate voted to move forward with the permitless carry, or constitutional carry, bill.
The National Weather Service spent the day surveying damage from Monday night after at least five tornadoes ravaged North Texas.
DeSoto police said a man took matters into his own hands after the shooting death of his brother, but the man he targeted did not kill his brother.