Hi! I'm Chip Waggoner.
One responsibility I have here at FOX 4 is informing you of the latest traffic hot spots on the roads and keep you ahead of the game in your race to work. On any given day, our search will lead us to stalled cars, construction zones, accidents and other obstacles that could hinder your daily drive to and from work and school.
As you know, some days are definitely better than others!
I'm a Horned Frog grad and am married to a 4th generation Baylor Bear....so my blood flows purple with a hint of green and gold! We have two children and our life is simple: family, work, get the kids wherever they need to be and sleep....though the sleep thing is not as large a part of the pie that it needs to be!!
My hobbies include (in no particular order) baseball, golf, softball, traveling and playing my guitar.
If you want to find out more about detours and other traffic derailments, follow me on Twitter @chipwaggoner. May you always have a "Good Day!"
The city of Dallas is looking at ways to make a dangerous stretch of road safer after a high-speed accident killed a 48-year-old man who was out mowing a nearby lawn.
Interstate 30 will be shut down in both directions from Collins Street to the President George Bush Turnpike this weekend for construction.
Freezing temperatures and some water on the roadways caused icy spots and a fiery crash early Friday morning.
Heavy rain and high water caused some typical trouble spots in North Texas Wednesday morning.
A major construction project in Grapevine is complete, but work crews still need to take care of one big part of it.
Crews are working to repair a compromised TxDOT sign following an early morning hit-and-run crash.
The rain and cold made the morning commute miserable for a lot of North Texans on Tuesday morning.
The roads in North Texas are wet and slippery because of all the overnight and morning rain. And the cold weather is just going to get colder and windier.
The driver of an 18-wheeler was taken to the hospital after a major crash on the LBJ Freeway Friday morning.