Brian joined the CBS 11 News team in 2013 after working as an investigative reporter for the CBS affiliate in San Antonio. While in South Texas, he was honored with six Lone Star Emmys, including one for his work along the U.S.-Mexico border. His investigations have exposed how drunk drivers dodged DWI charges, as well as how a loophole in a Texas law set mentally ill juvenile offenders free. As a result of a 2010 investigation, the San Antonio Police Department went back and tested thousands of old rape kits.
A native of Denver, Brian received his degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University. He went on to work as a reporter in Cheyenne, Amarillo and Omaha before he joined KENS in San Antonio, where he was named “Best Reporter” by the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters in 2009-10 and 2010-11.
Brian and his wife Rachel are both avid runners and big football fans. They are happy to make their home in North Texas with their young son, Trent.
Members of Southside Church of Chirst in Fort Worth are happy to hear the news that, Dr. Brantly, their fellow church member had arrived in the United States.
The long road to recovery for the city of West is proving to still be full of bumps and cracks.
Two days after he pleaded not guilty to bribery and fraud charges, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was all smiles as he left church service on Sunday.
Dallas grandmother has organized a grassroots effort to provide care packages for children caught at the border.
No place along I-35E in North Texas do more vehicle accidents happen than on the mile stretch just west of downtown Dallas between Riverfront Blvd. and Commerce St.
Groups on both sides of the immigration issue took their messages to the streets on Saturday, as plans move forward to locally house immigrant children in North Texas.
Garland police are investigating the death of an elderly Garland resident believed to have been murdered in her home Saturday night.
The first class of teachers and school administrators seeking a school marshal license begin training Monday.
The much anticipated LBJ toll connector to I-35E did not open Saturday as planned.
While Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said as many as 2,000 children from the border will be coming to Dallas County by the end of July, almost no work has been done by the federal government to prepare at least two of the three potential shelter sites.
The quickly growing network of managed toll lanes across North Texas expands even further this week with the opening of the second phase of the LBJ Express.
Free rides on the TEXpress lanes of the DFW Connector came to an end Monday.