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
Spend Your 4th of July Weekend In Amarillo At The Rodeo
The Will Rogers Range Riders Rodeo returns for the long 4th of July weekend for 3 days.
High Plains Food Bank Distributes 1.1 Million Pounds Of Food
In just June alone, the HPFB served over 11,000 households, for the largest one-month total in the food bank’s history.
Independence Day Holiday Fun At The Discovery Center
The Don Harrington Discovery Center has announced they will not be holding their annual EXPLODE event, but don't worry, they still have some 4th fun planned for us.
Wet Nose Wednesday: Minnie
It's Wet Nose Wednesday where we introduce you to a loving furry friend at the Amarillo SPCA that needs a home.
Hodegtown Reopens With Coronavirus Safety Plans In Place For Fans
While welcoming back baseball fans to Hodgetown, coronavirus safety is a top priority for the Sod Poodles and stadium staff.
New Summer Drinks Coming to Amarillo’s Chick-Fil-A and Sonic
When it comes to quenching your thirst in Amarillo this summer, there is no shortage of great options
TXDOT Know Before You Go Roadwork Updates
The Texas Department of Transportation crews will be out across town this week working on existing and brand new projects. Each week, TxDOT releases their list of planned projects to help us know what areas to avoid. This week you can an above normal amount of lane closures along I-40 and I-27:
UPDATE: Amarillo SWAT Team on the Scene of Barricade Situation
Residents in the area of Southwest 58th and Danny Street are asked to stay indoors until the situation is resolved.
Why Amarillo Doesn’t Care About The Big Saharan Dust Cloud
No one in Amarillo cares about the giant dust cloud from the Sahara desert in Africa... and we have a good reason for that.
Food Bank Community Food Box Distribution Begins This Sunday
Recipients will receive a 16-pound food box that includes 4 pounds of dry goods, 6 pounds of protein and 6 pounds of produce.
The Albuquerque International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta Is Cancelled
Officials say it was a tough decision to make, but the right decision to keep so many people safe from the coronavirus.
The Amarillo Zoo Turns 65 In July With Daily Celebrations
The Amarillo Zoo is going to be celebrating a big milestone in July.