Kristin is a morning and early afternoon news reporter on KRLD and feels incredibly lucky to be working at such an awesome radio station so early in her career.
Born and raised in Richardson, she first decided news broadcast was for her in high school, after her younger sister encouraged her to do it so someone could do her makeup and hair every day. But in her first week at the Walter Cronkite Journalism School at Arizona State University, she went on a whim to a student radio meeting, got her own news show, and was hooked on radio.
While at school, she dabbled in entertainment but eventually came back to her first love, news.
Kristin was honored to place in the top 12 of the fall 2012 Hearst Journalism Awards in her junior year. She graduated from the Cronkite School and Arizona State in May 2014, and came home to Dallas.
Kristin was an active member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority while at school, and is now an active alum.
She also volunteers at the Second Chance SPCA in Plano.
She loves her family, friends, Downton Abbey, the Dallas Mavericks, country music, and a good strong margarita.
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The city of Rowlett is holding a special election soon, and an 18-year-old is throwing his hat in the ring.
Leaders of a Dallas advocacy group are extending sympathies after an Abilene police officer was killed on her way to their conference.
The City of Mesquite is enlisting its residents to help get rid of what are known as ‘bandit signs.’ Those are the ones offering to “buy your junk car” or promising “we’ll buy your house, call this number.”
Get your taste buds ready. This year’s State Fair is fast approaching, and today we’ve got a whole new list of crazy food concoctions to get excited about.
About three dozen people waited overnight along the side of eastbound I-30 at Highway 34. The Megabus broke down around midnight, and a new bus didn’t rescue them until just past 6:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
As our weekend temperatures inch higher some relief can be found across North Texas thanks to the Salvation Army.
The Dallas police department has taken to their blog to thank the community for all their support as we observed the first anniversary of the July 7th ambush.
As members of the Texas legislature return to Austin for a special session, some Dallas ISD leaders are pushing back.
David Dinsmore never takes his eyes off his five small dogs when he lets them in the backyard. It’s a harsh lesson learned after another family dog was eaten by a bobcat earlier this year.
A homeless man drowned in Denton after fast-moving water, from a flash flood, swept him away. Denton firefighters say several men were swept away when a flash flood hit Sunday afternoon.
At Frisco-based Celebrity Cafe and Bakery, you can have your fidget spinner and eat it too.
An allergy prevention therapy in Dallas is answering the prayers of a Louisiana family.