“Everyone has a story to tell.” And, I have been honored to cover these stories at FOX 4 for more than two decades. I started out as a Reporter on the morning shift and was part of several award-winning breaking news stories. Now, after several years of reporting across the metroplex, state, and country covering stories for our evening newscasts, I'm back on Good Day each weekday. I co-anchor the 4-6 a.m. newscasts with Hanna Battah and then I report on the news of the day which can be anything – including breaking news events, politics and I might even end up tossing footballs at The Star.
My story began in the Midwest where I grew up, transitioned to Florida where I worked in newsrooms in Sarasota and Ft. Myers until eventually making the trek to Texas and my home right here at KDFW.
In my time here, I have covered the shuttle disaster in east Texas, various hurricanes over the years, the explosion in West, and hundreds of local stories here in North Texas. Thousands of people have shared their lives and hearts with me on camera, and I am thankful. It is a pleasure to give back to the local community, and I give my time to various local DFW events such as the March of Dimes March for Babies in Ft. Worth, CONTACT Teen Program, and many others. And, some of the best questions I’ve been asked have come from students during my career day presentations.
God’s greatest blessing to me though is the time that I get to spend with my wife and sons.
I love this station and the talented folks with whom I work, and every day I am proud to call Texas home.
Thank you for trusting me to tell your stories. You can e-mail me at email@example.com. Thanks for watching FOX 4.
Fire Chief Sam Greif had a tough battle with the virus. At times he struggled to breathe just speaking a few words.
An Edinburg High School football player attacked the referee who ejected him from a game Thursday in South Texas and the team has now been pulled out of the playoffs.
Now that you have that Playstation and you've elbowed your way to another TV, it’s time to give back to the global and local community for Giving Tuesday.
People who ignored medical advice and traveled or visited others over Thanksgiving break are getting new advice – get tested.
Arlington apartment complexes and businesses were damaged after an EF-2 tornado hit late Tuesday night, per a preliminary survey from the National Weather Service.
Col. Al Jones is a 25 year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department and will begin his new job as Arlington police chief in January.
Luminova Holidays opens Friday at Globe Life Field. It will be the first event open to the general public in the new ballpark.
A Dallas police officer praised for being a hero has died because of COVID-19. Family members said he was a healthy 48-year-old man before he caught the virus.
A Dallas high school basketball player who got attention for his skills when he was only 10 has signed a letter of intent to play in college.
It's the first time in more than 30 years that a Democratic vice presidential candidate has visited this area.