Alice co-anchors the KRLD Morning News, from 5-10a weekdays, with Mike Rogers and Scott Sams.
Alice began working in radio while attending Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. She worked first as a music jock, then as a reporter at KJCS in East Texas. From there she multi-tasked at KTSR/WTAW in Bryan College Station as the sole reporter/news anchor.
As a 20-year member of the KRLD News team, over the years she’s been honored with “Best Anchor Team” , “Best Spot News” and “Breaking News” awards. Alice serves on the Board of the Recovery Resource Council based in Fort Worth. Among the numerous historic events she’s covered while at KRLD, Alice was actually sitting at the desk in the newsroom the day David Koresh of the Branch Davidians phoned in from the Waco compound. She reported on the Shuttle Columbia tragedy over East Texas, as well as the events of 9-11.
Alice’s truest passions are the two men in her life. First, she is the mom of an incredibly active teenage athlete, Lee…who plays football, and baseball in the Keller ISD. GO FOSSIL RIDGE PANTHERS! Alice’s husband Brian is a special-ed middle school teacher in DFW.
In her spare time, Alice is on the sidelines of most of her son’s games, plays softball, stays active in her church…Fossil Creek Community AG, and loves to travel -whatever the destination. She also enjoys the nightlife in Sundance Square as well as the rejuvenated Montgomery Building scene, west of downtown Fort Worth.
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A North Texas police detective has a passion for doing what’s right as part of the Crimes Against Children’s unit. His efforts have now earned him statewide recognition.
Homecoming in Texas is defined by decorative mums and the crowning of a school’s homecoming queen and king. But to one girl in Southlake, the event was an opportunity not to celebrate — but to help those in need.
Claudia Garcia works for the College Access and Community Outreach Program at Tarrant County College.
Nearly 200 deserving volunteers are awarded with $1,000 scholarships to be used for college. Four students from the Dallas-Fort Worth-area were chosen from more than 35,000 nominees nationwide.
The Exodus Ministries of Dallas is a non-denominational Christian organization that helps Texas women transition from incarceration to life in the real world.
A weekend party in rural Kaufman County would likely have ended in tragedy if not for the heroic actions of an 18-year-old girl.
A special organization that helped reunite a U.S. solider with the puppy he saved while deployed in Afghanistan is being recognized as our KRLD Community Hero.
Hundreds of local employees at Sabre Holdings participated in the first ever “Pack-A-Thon” last week to help provide meals for hungry people.
Stephen Hammond, the Pastor at Mosaic of Arlington, wears a lot of hats and plays a powerful role in strengthening the Arlington community.
A group of chefs and volunteers happened to be in the right place at the right time, when the deadly explosion in West occurred.
Today, we honor one of the first good Samaritans who pulled over, ran to the scene, and tried to help the victims of last week’s bus crash in IRving.
AIDS Services of Dallas is a non-profit organization which provides “quality, affordable, service-enriched housing for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS”. Dennis Kershner is a co-chair for the organization’s important annual fundraiser coming up this Saturday — the “No Tie Dinner & Dessert” party.