Before coming to north Texas, she covered Austin’s local and state politics for News Radio 590 KLBJ. She’s appeared on CNN’s Headline News and Court TV.
During the 2009 Fort Hood shootings, she provided live reports for KCBS Radio in San Francisco and for BBC Radio.
Her breaking news reports have been honored twice by the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters, in 2010 for her coverage on KRLD and in 2005 for her live reports on KTBB in Tyler. She also received a Best Reporter award from TAPB in 2004 while at KTBB.
Emily went to New York from her hometown Tyler, Texas to attend New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Her decision to go into broadcast journalism came about because of her experiences following 9-11.
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New York Theater powerhouses Mandy Patinkin, Susan Stroman and Taylor Mac have created a contemporary vaudeville piece which will premiere next week in Richardson. Last night, Patinkin delighted a packed house during a very special “Princess Bride” quote-a-long.
As I continue my fight to quit smoking, I constantly encounter triggers that make me want to smoke. Identifying the triggers is one thing. Finding solutions is another.
What do you do when you find an injured wild animal in your yard? One man in Oak Cliff is a trained and licensed caretakers for wild animals of all kinds — including squirrels.
I started the quitting process on January 1st. For the first two weeks, I went eight hours at a stretch, every day, without smoking. I am now at ten-hour-long stretches.
I have smoked for more than 20 years. It’s not something I’m proud of, but there it is. Something to be proud of? I’m quitting.
Have you heard the story about the 85-year-old woman in Waco who was arrested for stealing her neighbor’s cats and making fur coats out of them? It is, in fact, a hoax.
Hundreds of North Texans spent their Christmas watching “The Interview.” The Texas Theatre in Dallas was packed.
It was on, then off and apparently back on again. Alamo Drafthouse confirms it will show “The Interview.”
A billboard has gone up by the Dallas Zoo that reads “One Family – One Message.” It’s part of a campaign, in both English and Spanish, launched by the Islamic Circle of North America.
Hundreds of community outreach and neighborhood patrol officers delivered lunch for the Visiting Nurse Association’s Meals on Wheels clients throughout Dallas on Thursday.
The Mitas family brought their software business to Texas in 1990. They now an operation in McKinney that includes a winery, event center, and two restaurants.
Tighter restrictions and mandatory quarantine periods are prohibiting some volunteers from traveling to Libera, according to relief group Samaritan’s Purse.