Chuck is an award-winning reporter with decades of experience in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Chuck joined KRLD in 2002. Since then he has covered the first anniversary ceremony in New York of the 9/11 attack, the Columbia shuttle disaster from Johnson Space Center and rode out Hurricane Rita in a Beaumont high rise office building giving live reports.
He has won numerous awards including several from the Texas Medical Association for stories focusing on medical issues. He’s been part of KRLD’s Edward R. Murrow Award for severe weather coverage that included his live reports as he witnessed a deadly tornado hit near Fort Worth. He’s been awarded numerous Associated Press Broadcasters awards and a Dallas Press Club Katie award.
Chuck has a wide variety of news stories in his experience. He’s covered both Republican and Democratic presidential conventions. Born and raised in Chicago, Chuck moved to Dallas while in high school graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School. He now heads the KRLD Fort Worth bureau.
A former Bell Helicopter machinist calls Cleburne home. Though Paul Henicke is retired, he’s as busy as ever using the skills he learned on the job.
Despite being hit by a car, a Fort Worth elementary school student walked on to class. It happened early Wednesday morning outside of a Fort Worth apartment complex.
In a first for Texas, one stretch of north Texas freeway is going to allow you to drive on the shoulder.
An import from Ireland is gaining popularity in east Dallas, and it’s not Guinness. In Ireland, it’s Gaelic football.
A man was driving in north Fort Worth on Friday morning when a bullet came flying through his car windshield. He was struck in the neck and chest area and taken to the hospital.
Moments after an ambulance pulled into the parking lot at JPS Hospital in Fort Worth, the patient inside jumped into the driver’s seat and drove away.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety & Inspection Service has announced the recall of nearly 16,000 pounds of beef products from Fort Worth’s PFP Enterprises.
The town of Prosper has a local hero who’s gaining notoriety at Texas Tech. Davis Webb, a freshman, tied a Holiday Bow record with four touchdown passes.
Arlington police are trying to find the thieves who stole tools at an automotive business along with their mascot.
In Flower Mound, socially challenged students at one elementary school can get help — from other students.
Mansfield Legacy High School’s Wind Symphony is one of only 16 nationwide to be invited to the National Concert Band Festival in Indianapolis next March.
Bell Helicopter is trimming its Fort Worth workforce by 290 jobs as it faces sharp reductions in defense spending.