I like putting a smile on my listeners’ faces as they drive home, so I keep things upbeat, funny and informative, whether I’m telling you about different events in our community, introducing a great concert, or hosting a charity fundraiser. It’s gratifying being able to touch people with something I say on air or do at an event. In my spare time I enjoy the outdoors, traveling, movies, football and grilling out. Radio has changed a lot since I began working weekends on KOSY 790 AM when I was 16 years old, but it has been very good to me and it is something I’ve wanted to do since I was a little boy. I’m just blessed I’ve been able to do it all these years.
Rising Cases of the Delta Variant Being Felt in Miller County
The Office of Emergency Management is following the upward trend of the positivity rate within Miller County and the surrounding area.
World’s Largest Steam Locomotive Coming Back to Texarkana
All aboard Texarkana! Union Pacific's "Big Boy" the World's Largest Steam Locomotive is coming back to Texarkana this year in August.
Man Charged With Child Sexual Abuse and Bestiality
Court records show that Cody Austin Wright a Hook, Texas man is being held in the Bowie County jail on bonds totaling more than $1.4 million dollars for reported child sexual abuse, possession of child pornography, and bestiality, according to a report from TXKToday.
Texas Brothers Reel in Massive 1,000 Pound Shark in Galveston
This is the month for Sharkfest on the National Geographic channel and what better time for three brothers from Texas to reel in a massive shark off the coast of Galveston, Texas.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson Coming to Texarkana
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has scheduled a trip to Texarkana this week to address the rising cases of COVID-19 in the state and vaccination hesitancy.
IHOP Celebrates 63rd Anniversary With 58 Cent Pancakes
I don't about you but I love pancakes especially if they're from IHOP. Well, let me tell you about a little secret.
Road Work Continues I-30 to the Arkansas State Line
Road work continues in the Texarkana surrounding area. Be advised of the latest traffic conditions.
Reading, Signing, of Declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776, by a man named John Hancock, a patriot of the American Revolution along with members of congress.
What Information Are You Driving Around?
You've seen cars driving down the road with a personal license plate that may have your name on it or stickers that may represent a child's name. Did you know you could put your family at risk to criminals by divulging too much personal information?
Popular Texarkana Restaurant Back Open ‘New Look’
It's been a long time coming but a popular Texarkana restaurant has finally reopened its doors for business and just in time for the 4th of July weekend.
Texarkana Police Need Your Help in Finding These Suspects
The Texarkana Texas Police Department is still searching for three suspects that were alleged of theft at the Metro PCS store on May 7, 2021.
New Digital Games Offers Exploring Arkansas Destinations
If you have vacation plans this summer to travel to the Natural State Arkansas there is a new way to enhance your explorations. A new series of digital games will help visitors delve deeper into Arkansas destinations and test their knowledge about the state.