Susy joined CBS 11 in January of 2011. Prior to that, she spent four years at KXAS, where she produced an Emmy-nominated series about her hometown, El Paso, Texas. “My El Paso” examined the effects of drug war violence from neighboring Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on the city of El Paso, its people and even Susy’s own family.
Before moving to Dallas, Susy was a morning anchor at NBC affiliate KTSM in El Paso. She began her career in broadcasting as a morning co-host of a radio show called “Mike and Susy Mornings” before she made the switch to television news. She was named one of El Paso’s “Top 30 Under 30” during her time on the radio.
Susy earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Texas El Paso. She’s the product of a close-knit family, and when she’s not digging for stories, Susy enjoys spending time with friends playing trivia or kickball. (Her parents, brother and sister and their families all reside in North Texas.) She feels it is important to invest in the next generation, which is why she mentors minority teens. You can also often find Susy playing soccer, doing yoga or watching North Texas sports teams in action. Please email her at email@example.com.
“Santa Cops” spread cheer across Dallas today as they delivered toys and food to hundreds of families in need. For at least one family, it will be the first Christmas without their mother.
Stores are offering extended hours as they try to make up for lost time leading up to the Christmas shopping deadline.
A lost wallet sparked a new friendship in North Texas. When Cedar Hill High School senior Kalen Stimpson lost her wallet she never imagined getting it back or that another high school senior would be her hero.
Mohamed Abdulle can finally smile…something he was unable to do for 20 years.
Aspiring rapper Michael Lane created a new music video, speaking out against a drunk driving crash that killed four people in Burleson and left his good friend paralyzed.
Much of North Texas has thawed out after an ice storm that nearly shut down the region for several days.
As temperatures rose above freezing, ice began to fall, creating a hazard for North Texans.
Firefighters slipped and slided as they battled a two-alarm blaze during icy conditions in Dallas early on Saturday morning. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Authorities continue their investigation into a deadly house explosion that killed a 62-year-old North Texas woman.
“Small Business Saturday” meant big business for shop owners in Grapevine.
One day after a tragic fire that killed two children, Dallas Fire Rescue went door to door at the Casa Flores apartments, performing inspections and making sure residents had working smoke detectors.
North Texans are doing their part to help loved ones in the Philippines affected by Typhoon Haiyan.