I was born and raised in the Lone Star State, growing up in the Dallas region. I attended Texas A&M University where I received my degree in Meteorology. After graduation, I had the pleasure of starting my career at KAMC News in Lubbock, Texas. Two years later, I hopped over to California and then Arkansas, but my heart belonged in the Hub City. I returned to KLBK/KAMC, working as the evening Meteorologist for five more years before trading in the green screen for a keyboard. I am a wife, mother, dog owner, and huge Texas Tech football fan (thanks to the influence of my Red Raider husband). I'm thrilled to be joining the KISS FM team as well as some former coworkers from the media!
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Lubbock, Texas
How would you describe the Hub City to someone who had never been here before? We dive into the good, the bad, and the ugly of Lubbock, Texas.
Sign Up for These Lubbock Camps That Bring Art and Math Together
"Dance is not just a physical activity. What we're teaching is musicality, rhythm, patterns, spatial awareness, and body awareness, which is all related to mathematical ability. It also teaches discipline, commitment, focus, and responsibility." Yvo...
Lubbock Parents: Is Your Child Safe in Their Car Seat?
You would be amazed at how easy it is to misuse a car seat. Contrary to popular belief, a lot of the issues arise after the car seat is installed.
Professional Tips on How to Prevent Kid’s Eczema Flare-Ups
West Texas brings dry weather, harsh winds and hard water, all of which make eczema more likely. Thankfully, there are simple ways to protect your kid's skin.
Enter a Fairytale Land at This Upcoming Festival Not Far From Lubbock
The Children’s Art and Literacy Festival (CALF) occurs every year in Abilene, Texas over the second weekend in June.
Exotic Animals & Shows Are Coming to Lubbock Soon
Critterfest is returning to Lubbock's Science Spectrum. This amazing spectacle of animals, shows and activities is fun for the whole family.
Texas Game Warden Gives Crucial Advice for a Safe Holiday Weekend
Memorial Day weekend is just days away, which means people will be visiting Texas lakes to cool off. Make sure to complete these tasks before hitting the road.
There Are BIG Changes Ahead for Lubbock’s Weekend Weather
After over two full weeks of temperatures reaching up to 21 degrees above average, Lubbock is finally getting some reprieve just in time for the weekend.
Don’t Let Summer Float by Without Diving Into This Lubbock Class
Thanks to the extreme heat of summer, Texans love to flock to water sources around the state in an attempt to stay cool. That isn't difficult since Texas has approximately 7,000 lakes and almost 200,000 miles of streams. We also have over 350 miles of open shoreline along the Gulf Coast and pools are a staple in people's backyards and neighborhoods. While these are...
Lubbock’s Joyful Noise Offers Fun Kid’s Camps & Classes This Summer
If you're looking for a way to beat the heat and keep your child engaged and entertained while learning, check out the Joyful Noise Music Studio.
New Research Shows That Mosquitos Are Red Raider Fans, Too
Look out, Red Raiders. Our city’s signature colors actually attract these little vampires.
How to Enhance Your Dog’s Diet & Make Mealtimes Fun
Your dog's kibble is basic and boring. Why not make mealtimes fun and boost your pup's nutrition at the same time? Add these foods to their diet today.