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.
Police fear a North Texas teenage girl may be in danger after she ran away from her home following an argument with her parents.
The stabbing attack spree that injured 14 at a Houston-area college may have continued had a group of students not intervened.
You could call it “facebooking” for Jesus. One North Texas mega-church could soon be encouraging its congregants to keep their cell-phones on instead of turning them off during Sunday service.
A mother in Forest Hill is in trouble with authorities after whooping her son with an electrical cord after catching him engaged in a sexual act.
Big Tex returns to official duty at the State Fair of Texas in 211 days, but his restored body is far from complete.
A federal civil rights complaint has been filed against Arlington ISD by the mother of a boy who had pencil shavings poured into his mouth by his teacher.
A 48-year-old Hood County woman was arrested for calling 911 and requesting that cigarettes be delivered to her home.
The Comic Con Sci-fi Expo is coming to North Texas this weekend. But for any Sci-fi fans planning on going, be prepared to check your light saber at the door.
A man was trapped in an old bank vault for three hours on Thursday evening after a practical joke went wrong.
A Plano man was arrested on Thursday for running an unlicensed dental practice in several makeshift offices inside his home.
The Houston Police Officer’s Union has adopted a cab program aimed at curbing drunk driving among police officers. The program was inspired by a similar program in place in Dallas.
The FBI is asking for the public’s help in figuring out what an infamous serial killer was doing in North Texas. Israel Keyes, who confessed to as many as eight murders, spent time in Azle, Aledo and Cleburne in 2012.