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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KRLD’s Emily Trube reports on the mysteries of the Rock Wall of Rockwall
Texas Motor Speedway has joined a NASCAR plea for fans to stop bringing Confederate Flags to the track.
Inverstigators say the woman went missing Monday night. She was last seen at an observation point on the north side of the Royal Gorge.
There is good news for those who use FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound — there could soon be a shorter commute for tens of thousands of drivers.
This weekend, the Dallas Museum of Art and Oral Fixation will host an evening of personal story telling from immigrants who have made North Texas their home.
Another major company is in negotiations to set-up shop in North Texas, bringing thousands of potential jobs to the area.
The westbound lanes of LBJ Freeway were closed Wednesday morning after a pedestrian was hit and killed near Interstate-35 in Dallas.
Police were called to another ATM smash and grab early Friday morning at a convenience store on I-35E in Lewisville. Now authorities say two people are in custody.
People from across Texas are going to be in Austin today calling on elected officials for toll road reform.
One of the most recognizable Texas ‘exports’ is the animated TV series King of the Hill.
Jonathan Davis, who became the University of Oklahoma SAE chapter’s first African American inductee, speaks with KRLD about the fraternity’s racist video.
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.