I am a self-proclaimed tech geek and radio nerd. I grew up in Maryland (Go Ravens!) and then spent 13 years in Virginia doing radio and television. I started in TV 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 anything with the Apple logo on it. I am an avid storm chaser and went to college for Broadcast Meteorology. 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
Canyon Aqua Park Announces Opening Date For This Summer
How are you planning to beat the heat this summer? Good news as the Canyon Aqua Park will be reopening soon.
You Can Soon Grab A Drink At Hodgetown’s Sod Poodles Bar 352
Even though we don't have a timeline to start playing baseball again at Hodgetown, we are getting a chance to get back out to the stadium.
NASCAR Returns To Texas After 4 Month Virus Break
NASCAR racing returns to Texas Motor Speedway after a nearly four-month layoff, with the 24th running of the Cup Series O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 on Sunday, July 19.
Spend This Father’s Day Down On The Field At Hodgetown
The Amarillo Sod Poodles are inviting families out to Hodgetown on June 21 for a special Father's Day event and lunch at the park.
Bobby Bones and Amy Discuss The Protests Across The Country
The protests that started this weekend and continued into this week are on everyone's minds. Including your favorite radio personalities here on 101.9 The Bull.
Dangerous Heat Returns To Palo Duro Canyon & Amarillo Thursday
Summer may not have officially arrived in Amarillo just yet, but we are going to feel some extreme heat on Thursday throughout the panhandle.
Amarillo Homicide Suspect Can Not Be Charge Because of Young Age
The Amarillo Police Department's Homicide Unit has completed their investigation into how a 7-year old child died last week here in Amarillo.
City of Amarillo Responds To This Past Weekend’s Protests
Fortunately, for the residents of Amarillo, our protests have remained peaceful and are staying true to the vision of these events.
Amarillo’s First Airport Was In The Bivins Neighborhood
If you ever travel along Julian Boulevard in the Bivins neighborhood of Amarillo, you will notice something very different.
Amarillo Road Construction Report: Know Before You Go This Week
As workers continue to make progress on the new south portion of Loop 335, other road projects are happening around the Texas panhandle.
Whataburger Has Launched Delivery in Amarillo
If you needed another excuse to enjoy Whataburger, they just made it way easier to get food in your hands.
Majority of Texans Want To Keep Working From Home
If you found yourself working from home at anytime during the coronavirus pandemic, you found out it was either great or you hated it.