Sports Anchor Gina Miller hosts THE FAN weeknights from 6:30 to 7:30 on TXA 21. She also co-hosts TXA 21’s Rangers, Stars and Mavs pre-game shows, as well as the Dallas Cowboys pre- and post-game shows on CBS 11.
Before she joined CBS 11 and TXA 21, Gina spent three years as a sports reporter at WFAA-TV. Prior to that, she reported, produced and hosted programs for the SilverStar Network, the television production arm of the Dallas Cowboys. Earlier in her career, Gina also worked at KHOU-TV (Houston), WBIR-TV (Knoxville, Tennessee), and KUAM-TV (Guam). In college, Gina interned with the Houston Rockets, where she received a championship ring in the 1994-95 season.
Gina is a Dallas native; She grew up in the Lakewood area, near White Rock Lake. She is a self-confessed “fitness addict” who enjoys running, yoga, and Pilates. Gina has run half-marathons including the Cowtown Half-Marathon and the Jerusalem Half-Marathon. She and her husband, Jim, have a daughter, Jordan, who quite possibly has a larger wardrobe than Gina’s.
Bobby Patton is not some minority owner. Three of those owners wrote really big checks. Bobby Patton, a graduate of Fort Worth’s Paschal High School, is one of those men.
The Dallas Mavericks have agreed to a new contract with coach Rick Carlisle. Carlisle’s original four-year contract was set to expire after the current season.
That thing about hope in the spring? Yeah, not so much. There was that hope surrounding the Mavs going into their first round series against the Thunder.
Has America Team’s become Sacramento’s Team? It’s at least the Sacramento International Airport’s Team.
The Rangers’s home away from home while in Surprise, Ariz. runs like a perfectly executed bunt.
It’s a battle for bragging rights and perhaps a post-work beer. It’s the great CBS11/TXA21 Hockey Jersey Face Off of 2012.
With apologies to the wonderful Navy SEALS who serve our country with pride, the Mavericks are going through the NBA’s version of Hell Week right now.
Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton has done some clarifying lately.
They’re here, warts and all, and ready to go. Or at least work out.
YuMania has given way to the Josh Hamilton mea culpa where on Friday morning he quoted everything from 2nd Corinthians 2:7 to Bobby Boucher’s mother, played by Kathy Bates, in the movie “The Waterboy”.
They’re All Here. Almost. It was a packed clubhouse this morning with a ton of media in advance of the pitchers and catchers first workout. Yu Mania was the hot topic and will continue to [...]
I’ve lost count the number of trips I’ve made to Surprise to cover the Rangers for two different Dallas/Fort Worth TV stations. Each time, I was either the only local TV reporter or was joined by just one other local reporting team.