Joe Gomez started his radio career at one of the oldest News/Talk stations in the country KFKA in Greeley, Colorado. Gomez then went onto be an Anchor and Reporter at 850 KOA in Denver before being recruited to work for the award winning KIRO Radio in Seattle.
Joe then made the cross country journey yet again to work at Newsradio 740 KTRH in Houston as a Morning News Reporter before finally calling Dallas home to work with KRLD’s award winning Morning News Team.
Joe went to school at the University of Colorado at Boulder and enjoys outdoor activities and the arts.
A man was taken to the hospital after his truck was caught between two trains in Dallas early Friday morning.
The words “El Niño” bring hope of wetter times to rain-deprived north Texas. It hasn’t happened since 2010, but should we expect a wetter winter?
A San Antonio man landed an 809-pound tiger shark near Port Aransas in the Gulf of Mexico after reeling it in for more than seven hours.
The influx of illegal immigrants will be the top issue addressed during the 9th Annual Border Health Conference in Washington D.C. on Wednesday.
Kaufman County Commissioners approved a resolution on Monday telling the federal government that they don’t want to house any illegal immigrants in their communities.
Some Sheriffs departments near the Texas border are very near bankruptcy by dealing with the illegal immigration crisis.
A Texas Congressman tells of a disturbing trend of adults ‘renting’ children in Central America in order to increase their chances of being able to stay in the U.S. once they cross over.
A woman says illegal immigrants and gang members are often captured on her south Texas ranch. She’s heard them say, “That’s okay, Obama’s gonna let me go.”
Local governments in south Texas are overwhelmed by the more than 52,000 children who have entered the country illegal in recent months.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who’s county rests along the border says he’s reached out to Secretary Johnson to discuss the ongoing issue of illegal immigrants flooding his jails and being let out, but that Johnson ‘snubbed’ him.
The Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson’s arrival in Texas is being met with mixed feelings by some law enforcement officials along the border.
A day after Texas state leaders approved a border security surge, close to 300 women and children have been caught trying to cross illegally into the U.S.