Having attended the same high school as Jay Leno and the same college as David Letterman, Andrew Greenstein was destined for a career in broadcasting.
The Boston-area native joined the KRLD news team in January 2015 following career stops in Phoenix, Jacksonville and Houston.
Among Greenstein’s career highlights are covering Bob Barker’s final day as host of “The Price is Right” and covering a speech by President Obama in Manchester, New Hampshire, while on vacation visiting family.
When he’s not driving around Tarrant County chasing after a breaking story, you can find him whipping up a culinary masterpiece in his kitchen, attending a sporting event or maintaining a website that he created devoted to the history of NHL uniforms.
Being new in town, he’s also looking for a good, non-technical mountain bike trail. Greenstein lives in Wise County.
The mayor of Fort Worth is scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump today in Washington D.C.
Police are looking for two men who they say have stolen thousands of dollars in cash from local Walmart stores.
Fort Worth Police need help with a case that really stinks.
Dallas Police need your help in finding a bank robber.
A Hurst police officer is going viral on Facebook — not for something that happened, but for something that ALMOST happened.
Police in Grapevine are looking for a woman who is stealing credit cards and then immediately using them at nearby Walmart stores, before the cardholders can freeze their accounts.
Police in several North Texas cities are searching for a thief who is targeting women as they dine at a local restaurant chain.
General Sidney Sherman wasn’t from Texas.
Drive about 20 miles northwest of Sherman and you can experience the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.
Police in Fort Worth are looking for the driver of an SUV who hit and killed a man trying to cross a street over the weekend.
Police in Arlington are looking for a pair of burglars who went to great lengths to fly under the radar. The two men showed up at a house on Littlestone Drive wearing yellow safety vests and baseball caps.
Television history was made 50 years ago Saturday.