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
The Killeen Black Art & Film Fest Returns This Saturday
This annual event happens this Saturday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center from 10:30 to 7 PM located at 3601 S. WS Young Drive in Killeen.
The Killeen Wagner Carnival Is Back Now Through May 31st
The Central Texas Exposition (Killeen Carnival) is back at the Killeen Special Events Center, and that means rides, games, and of course the crazy food.
Summer Fun Water Park in Belton Is Now Open
You don't have to drive halfway across Texas to find a fantastic family waterpark. Summer Fun in Belton is right in your backyard, and they're now open.
Belton Family Needs Support After Teen Burned Badly In Overnight Fire
Friends and family are looking for support for a 16-year-old Belton high school student who was injured early Wednesday morning in a tragic fire.
Big Plans Already in the Works for Belton’s 4th of July Celebration
We're less than two months away from the return of the 4th of July festivities returning to Belton.
Someone’s Pet Tiger Was Roaming Around a Houston Neighborhood Sunday
Imagine if you stepped outside your front door and saw a tiger prowling around across the street? What would your first reaction be?
Two Suspects In Custody For Aggravated Robbery In Temple
Earlier today, The Temple Police Department put out a press release regarding a suspect they now have in custody for aggravated robbery. According to police shots were fired last night in the 1300 block of S. 17th St. in Temple While at the scene of the crime officers were informed about a 17-year-old male victim who suffered a head wound and other injuries. ...
It’s World Password Day – How Strong Is Your Password?
May 6th is World Password Day, so if your password is just 'password' or 'abc123', today's the day to change it.
There’s a Texas-Sized 1,000 Acre Ranch for Rent on Airbnb
Selah Springs Ranch in Brady, Texas boasts miles of river frontage, canyons, and trails to explore, plus an old German homestead from the 1870s.
Help Police Find This Missing Temple Teenager
Here's an opportunity for the community to rally together to find a missing child. According to the Temple Police Department and our news partners at KWTX, 17-year-old Brooklyn McBride is missing. She was last seen Monday, April 26 in the 600 block of West Elm Street in Temple...