KRLD Names Amanda Guerra As Morning Show Co-AnchorAmanda Guerra joins Mike Rogers and Scott Sams as co-anchor of the “KRLD Morning News,” weekdays from 5:00 to 10:00 AM, effective immediately.
15 Things You Didn't Know About Mike RogersThink you know KRLD Morning Show anchor Mike Rogers? Here are 15 things you may not know about Mike.
15 Things You Didn't Know About Mitch CarrThink you know KRLD anchor Mitch Carr? Here are 15 things you may not know about Mitch.
Halloween Party Turns Bloody; Teacher Accused Of Killing Neighbors An arrest warrant for a Cedar Hill science teacher accused of killing two neighbors after a Halloween gathering details the moments leading up to and after the murders.
More Hits, Less Commercials! The New 103.7!For those of you who know me either personally or through this blog, you know that radio was and is my first love. And I am proud to write about our sister station, 103.7 KVIL.
Red-Light Camera Tickets In Frisco Jump 59 PercentOfficials with the city of Frisco said they can't explain a significant increase in red-light camera tickets there in the past year.
CBS Radio & Carter Bloodcare 'World Blood Donor Day' Blood DriveCBS Radio DFW & Carter Bloodcare invite you to be a part of 'World Blood Donor Day'
Hillary Clinton To Attend Private Fundraiser In DallasFormer secretary of state Hillary Clinton is topping in Dallas Friday morning.
NewsRadio 1080 KRLD Honored With Journalism AwardsNewsRadio 1080 KRLD has been honored with a number of awards recognizing excellence in journalism.
CBS News Legend Bob Schieffer Talks With KRLDCBS News anchor and lifelong journalist Bob Schieffer stopped by the KRLD newsroom in Dallas to chat with anchor Chris Sommer and Tasha Stevens. You can listen to the entire interview.
Dallas Police Unions Frustrated With Chief BrownSome Dallas police unions have expressed frustration with Chief David Brown after the latest crime numbers, and are looking for changes.
Labs Testing Water For Bacteria In Fort WorthEither by mechanical or human error a water tower in north Fort Worth near Haslet went dry Wednesday night spurring a frenzy of activity in the Fort Worth Water Department that lasted through the night into Thursday morning.