Born and raised in North Texas, Chelsea is thrilled to join the KRLD team.
While taking pre-med classes at Texas A&M University, she got a job for the campus television station. She decided a life of Ramen noodles wasn’t so bad, and changed her major. Along her career, Chelsea has made several stops at stations in Texas and Missouri.
When not behind the microphone, you can find her teaching yoga classes or hanging out with her lovable lab, Comet.
Terrell ISD will surprise students at Kennedy Elementary with a treehouse inside the school when they return on Monday.
A state lawmaker from Dallas wants a Confederate plaque removed from the Capitol building.
Police are searching for a man they said threw metal sockets at another driver’s vehicle in a recent road rage incident.
When severe storms hit, Timber Creek High School in Keller is ready. In fact, it’s more than prepared.
A wave of early morning thunderstorms caused street flooding in several Dallas neighborhoods, including some near White Rock Lake.
In addition to vehicles, the city is also selling its tractors, mowers, tools, computers, traffic signals, scoreboards, children’s furniture and toys, home furnishings and office furniture.
The internet is going crazy over a Southwest Airlines employee who went above and beyond to help a woman she never met before.
The victim of a recent carjacking in Fort Worth is desperate to find her missing dog.
Another North Texas officer gets a heart-warming photo shoot with child he helped deliver at a gas station just over a year ago.
A man was arrested after he drove his car through the patio of a bar near the University of North Texas on Thursday night.
A primate with a hankering for Beaver Nuggets is wanted for questioning by authorities in Texas, and they’re not monkeying around.
On his Facebook page, First Lieutenant Jessie Guajardo reached out to the Founders Square Chick-fil-a store in Flower Mound, asking if they could send him some of that wonderfully addicting sauce.