I am a 20+ year veteran radio broadcaster, television host, and radio programmer who hails from the westside of Chicago. I attended Columbia College Chicago and briefly studied comedy and improv at Chicago’s Second City and Improv Olympic. I practice the religion of sarcasm, and I also love to travel. I decided radio was his my at 16 years of age, and have since claimed #1 Urban radio ratings from Mornings to Nights at stations in Chicago and currently in Central Texas, where I was famously heard screaming after seeing a mouse in the studio. I now oversee 5 stations as Operations Manager for Townsquare Media’s Killeen/Temple cluster. I have a passion for giving back to the communities that have continuously supported my career. I led after school and Summer programs for high school students from various Chicago Public high schools. It was there that I learned the meaning of “LIT” and “TURNT”. In addition, I was an Instructor at Illinois Media School, where I mainly focused on developing the next generation of broadcast professionals. When I'm not on air, I love traveling to California and Las Vegas, but prefer Caribbean beaches over any destination. As a son of the Midwest, I'm always pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoy exploring all areas of Texas, where every city is an adventure. My ultimate dream is to star in movies and my own network sitcom.
Trey the Choklit Jok
Texas Teachers Want Districts To Decide Whether To Require Masks
Today the Texas State Teachers Association called for Governor Greg Abbott to allow mask requirements when students go back into the classrooms.
Beware, Texas Dog Owners: If Your Dog Bites People You Will Go To Jail
A woman in Gatesville was recently arrested because her dog bit an 8-year-old child and a 69-year-old woman. Now the owner is in big legal trouble.
Here Are A Few Texas Laws That Go Into Effect This Year
By the end of the year, Texas will have a few new laws here are some of them: As I reported yesterday, starting September 1st anyone in the state of Texas can constitutionally carry and purchase a handgun without a permit or any type of gun training. ...
Texas Hospital Suspends Close to 200 Employees For Not Taking Covid Vaccine
An employee protest at Houston Methodist Hospital for a policy that requires all employees to be vaccinated has ended in the suspension of 178 workers.
Governor Abbott Signs Bills to Reform ERCOT and Weatherize the Power Grid
Texans will never forget the bitter cold and sky-high energy bills they endured after being left in the dark by the state's power grid and energy authorities back in February. Since the disaster, there have been calls to hold those responsible accountable and to take steps to ensure that our state's electrical grid is more reliable during extreme cold and heat events. ...
Would It Be Fair for Texans to Pay Higher Electric Bills for Backup Power Plants?
Back in February, we witnessed the disastrous failure of Texas' energy grid, and now there are worries that it could fail again this summer. Since then, experts, lawmakers, and armchair quarterbacks have discussed and debated ways to ensure that Texans aren't left in the dark and freezing again, and one idea proposed by Warren Buffet's company, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, is sure to cause contr
Texans had over 800 Alcoholic Drinks in 2020
While Texas' numbers are pretty high, look at the average number of drinks consumed by people in other states in 2020. Yikes!
Texas SNAP Recipients Can Now Purchase Hot Food
Texas has received federal approval to allow SNAP recipients to buy hot foods and ready-to-eat meals, plus apply for food replacement benefits.
Texas Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Allow Liquor Sales On Sunday
Texas State House Representative Richard Raymond has introduced a bill that would expand hours for liquor sales and allow stores to sell on Sundays.
Is Texas Going To Have a $15 Minumum Wage Or Not?
2009 was the last year the federal minimum wage has changed in the United States while cost of living has gone up. Here's what Congress is trying to do.
Even Though You Do It Anyway, It’s Illegal To Warm Up Your Car In Your Driveway In Texas
Did you know it's technically illegal to leave your car warming up in your driveway if you don't meet a very specific requirement?