I grew up in Maryland (Go Ravens!) and then spent the last 13 years in Virginia. I started in television as a weatherman while still in high school, then transitioned to radio after college. In early 2017, I got the opportunity to spread my wings to Texas. I love cars, especially my Camaro, and love to geek out over new tech toys. I am an avid storm chaser with a college background in broadcast meteorology and NWS storm spotting. Hit me up anytime and let me know what is going on around town! I love to get out and about! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @ BradenRadio
Virtual eNASCAR Racing Comes To Texas Motor Speedway This Weekend
Fans get the chance to see many of their favorite drivers on iRacing's newest scan of The Great American Speedway, virtual-style.
Your Favorite Country Artists Are Having Virtual Concerts
We have compiled a list of country artists who are performing free, live streaming concerts you can enjoy from home.
Part 2: Here Are The Best Coronavirus Memes So Far
While it is important to be informed and be cautious, we also need to find a few minutes to laugh.
First COVID-19 Related Death Reported In Amarillo Area
It is unclear at this time if this morning's death is related to the 6 confirmed cases of COVID-19 that have previously been reported in the Amarillo region.
High Plains Food Bank Makes COVID-19 Safety Changes
The High Plains Food Bank is the latest local businesses to close to the public over COVID-19 concerns. However, they are continuing to alleviate hunger.
Walmart Plans To Hire Over 15,000 Workers In Texas
Many grocery and big box stores are finding themselves on the front lines of supplying the public during the Coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic.
Amarillo City Facilities Begin Limiting Face To Face Interactions
The City of Amarillo has announced that effective Monday, March 23, all city facilities will begin limiting face-to-face interactions.
Amarillo Road Construction: Know Before You Go This Week
Even while practicing social distancing, we still have to get out and about around town. And roadwork continues throughout the Texas panhandle.
Amarillo Police Making Changes To Reporting Process
APD is making changes to how they handle police reports in an effort to speed up efficiency and keep our officers out of harms way from Covid-19.
Amarillo and Canyon Restaurants To Stop Dine-In Service
After much discussion between leaders in Amarillo and Canyon, it has been announced that all area restaurants are to stop dine-in services.
Wet Nose Wednesday: Tripp – The Cat With Thumbs
It's Wet Nose Wednesday where we introduce you to a loving furry friend at the Amarillo SPCA that needs a home.
Amarillo Area Schools Will Stay Closed Following Spring Break
Amarillo area school officials have announced the schools will not reopen when students return from Spring break next week.