Emily Trube

Emily Trube KRLD  Emily Trube started a career in broadcast journalism in 2003, after spending eleven years in the New York arts scene.

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.

Follow her on Twitter @KRLDEmily

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Park Board Recommends Smoking Ban In Dallas City Parks, With Some Exceptions

After years of wrangling, the Dallas Parks and Recreation Board has approved a smoking ban on city parkland – with a couple of exceptions.

06/03/2016

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KRLD Investigation: Synthetic Drug Use At Highest Levels In Downtown Dallas Area

Synthetic drug use is an issue throughout North Texas, but it is the most visible in downtown Dallas.

05/17/2016

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It Takes A Village: Austin Community For Homeless May Offer Dallas A Template For Change

With a homeless population that is much higher both numbers-wise and percentage-wise than Dallas’, Austin has been searching for viable options for decades.

KRLD–05/10/2016

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Texas Republicans Lose Cruz, Gain Trump – But Do They Want Him?

Texas Republicans headed to next week’s state convention are finding themselves without their expected candidate, as the Lone Star State’s primary winner, Senator Ted Cruz, suspends his campaign.

05/04/2016

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Sand Branch Attorney Says Community Not Asking Dallas County For Money

People who live in Sand Branch say they will not be moved from the community their families have lived in for more than 100 years.

05/04/2016

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Immigration Debate Takes Center Stage At Dallas Theater Center

A college student brought to the US illegally when he was an infant and who is caught in the middle of a hotly contested Presidential race is the story of “Deferred Action,” which is running right now at Dallas Theater Center’s Wyly Theatre.

05/04/2016

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Dallas Street Choir Looking For One Million Video “Likes”

The Dallas Street Choir has launched its first music video — “Homeless, Not Voiceless: The Climb — and is looking to get a million views or “likes.”

KRLD–04/29/2016

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Dallas Poised To Round Up And Destroy Rogue Shopping Carts

Dallas city council members say they they get complaints about shopping carts on the street, on sidewalks, in medians and alleyways.

04/11/2016

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Retailers Dragging On Changing Over To Chip Reader System

Forty-two percent of the country’s retailers have not yet switched their check out systems to read the new, more secure, TRON-like chips cropping up on credit cards

03/29/2016

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Zika Concerns May Prompt Dallas To Begin Mosquito Spraying Early

The city of Dallas is looking to start is mosquito abatement program by March 1st instead of waiting until mosquito season official starts in April.

02/22/2016

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Art Imitating Life – Border Stories in Comic Book Form

Almost a thousand teenagers from Central America who crossed the border without permission and without their parents are being housed here in North Texas.

12/24/2015

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Refugees Celebrate Thanksgiving Together In Dallas

More than 200 people who fled to the United States from war and oppression in their home countries, including a family from Syria, will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday together in east Dallas.

11/26/2015

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