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
Know Someone Who Could Use This Texas-Sized Roll Of Toilet Paper?
We've all been there before... you run into the restroom, do your business, reach for the TP, and nothing! AHHHH!
A Diet Plan That Screams Amarillo: The Taco Cleanse
If there was ever a city that was perfect for this diet, Amarillo is it!
Quarterback Drew Brees’ Restaurant Coming To Amarillo
Amarillo is about to get a new restaurant and sports bar, and this one has some ties to one of the NFL's biggest quarterbacks.
Oldest Restaurant in Amarillo Has The Best Burgers
The cafe was established in 1946 and it may be the oldest restaurant continuously operating in the same location anywhere on Route 66.
Zunica Leads Sod Poodles To First-Ever Home Win At Hodgetown
Sod Poodles' clean-up batter Brad Zunica led the home team to their first win ever at Hodgetown with a two-home run, five RBI night, marking the team's second win of 2019.
Sod Poodles Celebrate First Win In Team History
History in the Making: Friday night’s 7-5 win at Whataburger Field marked the first victory in Amarillo Sod Poodles history.
New App Allows You To Bid On Sod Poodles Jerseys And More
The team has joined forces with LiveSource, and their mobile app, to conduct live jersey auctions throughout the season.
Rick Husband Air Traffic Control Tower Damaged And Evacuated
The air traffic control tower at Rick Husband International Airport had to be evacuated on Wednesday afternoon due to high winds and damage.
Wind Causes Train Derailment Just Over in Logan New Mexico
When it comes to the extreme winds and the damage on Wednesday, we are not alone in the Texas panhandle. State Police in New Mexico are reporting a train derailment partially to blame on the high winds
[Photos] Severe Wind Damage Across The Panhandle
Although we are used to the wind, this is not your typical windy panhandle type day. Winds have been sustained at 40-50 mph with gusts forecasted as high as 75 mph.
Say “I Love You” With A Song
Valentine's Day is coming up and have you picked out the perfect gift yet for that special someone?
6 Reported UFO Sightings In Texas So Far in 2019
The state of Texas is an awesome place to live with its unique terrain, wide open spaces, and unexplained sightings.