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Austin York

austinyork Austin York  Austin is a weekday reporter and weekend anchor for KRLD and has been with CBS since 2008. In addition to his duties with KRLD am, Austin also does a Saturday sports show with David Robinson that can be heard on KRLD fm 105.3 The Fan from 2pm-6pm.

Prior to joining KRLD, Austin worked as a reporter and anchor as well as in the traffic department in San Antonio at newsradio 1200 WOAI. Hired in 2004, he quickly found his love for radio and began making his name as a jack of all trades.

Austin was born in Dallas, but moved often in Texas before his father relocated them to southern California where he grew up. He attended Arizona State were he graduated with a degree in Political Science. During his time in college, Austin interned in Washington DC with Senator Dianne Feinstein and later worked for Senator John  McCain’s presidential run in 2000.

Austin lives in Uptown Dallas where he enjoys hanging out with friends, working out, and anything outdoors.

You can send Austin an email at: rayork@cbs.com

Matthew Lee Johnson, 36, is accused of setting a store clerk on fire during a robbery. (Credit: Garland PD)

Bond Doubled For Garland Man Accused Of Setting Clerk On Fire

The man accused of setting an elderly Garland store clerk on fire appeared in court Wednesday.

05/23/2012

Buffalo Bills v Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys ’92, Revisited

The year before the Cowboys had finished 11-5 and lost in the Divisional round against the Lions in Detroit and I remember my father saying, “next year, you watch. This team will be good.”

05/18/2012

BALTIMORE, MD - MAY 10:  Josh Hamiton #32 of the Texas Rangers looks on before his first at bat during a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on May 10, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland.  (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Mr. Man Of The Hour

After Josh Hamilton’s 4 home run performance Tuesday against the Baltimore Orioles, the natural talk around the metroplex and in the baseball landscape was, sign this guy! Even if you have to over pay sign this guy!

05/11/2012

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NFL: Modern Day Gladiators

The average NFL player lasts four years. But the injuries they sustain during that career never leave, and often intensify with age. The violent game takes a physical toll on men.

05/04/2012

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Fort Worth ISD Postpones “Bully” Screening

After promoting an anti-bullying documentary, Fort Worth ISD has decided to postpone screening it.

05/01/2012

2012 NFL Draft - First Round

Take The NFL Draft With A Grain Of Salt

I cant wait to watch the maneuvering and dealing done by the GMs to move up and down…all hoping to land that perfect pick.

04/27/2012

Shawn Marion Injury

NBA Playoffs Almost Here, But Excitement Isn’t

I have always said that the NBA playoffs are kind of like the WWE with a little competition sprinkled on top.

04/20/2012

Republican presidential candidate Texas Governor Rick Perry speaks to the media at Hyatt Place January 19, 2012 in North Charleston, South Carolina. (credit: Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

Perry Speaking At Plano Chamber Luncheon

Governor Rick Perry is speaking in Plano on Wednesday while dismissing calls for him to reimburse the state for security during his failed presidential run.

04/18/2012

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney holds a campaign rally. (credit: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

Dallas Pastor Who Called Mormonism A ‘Cult’ Now Backs Romney

After repeatedly referring to Mormonism as a “theological cult,” Dallas-based pastor Dr. Robert Jefress is now publicly endorsing Mitt Romney’s bid for the Republican party’s presidential candidate.

04/17/2012

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Farmers Branch Illegal Immigrant Housing Ban Still Barred

A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling stopping Farmers Branch’s ban on illegal immigrants seeking housing.

03/21/2012

Dry Sprinkler

Area Water Restrictions Remain Despite Rain

Now that some areas in the region saw more than four inches of rain during Monday’s storms, will the North Texas Municipal Water District lift its water restrictions?

03/20/2012

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Despite Economy, Babysitters In Big Demand

Despite a poor economy, babysitters are in big demand, making childcare an area that seems to be recession proof.

03/12/2012

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