Go Cowboys! Yes, I'm originally from Arkansas, but I have always been a Cowboys fan. Oh, but I'm still a Razorback fan, too. Woo pig! (I know I'll catch a lot of heat for that here. Ha!) I got into radio while in college. Not long after, I started working in country radio and became a big fan of the music. Country is my number one choice, but I also listen to rock and top 40. Some of my favorite artist are George Strait, Luke Combs, and Eric Church. I like sports, hiking, canoeing, the beach, live music, and an adult beverage from time to time. I love what I do for a living and am happy to be here in Texas! Connect with me at facebook.com/chadheritage and on Twitter @chadheritage.
Blood Drive Happening June 3 At Temple VA
Central Texas bood supplies are in desperate need of healthy donors, and on Wednesday, June 3, you can help replenish their supply and save lives.
Food Bank In Temple to Distribute Boxes This Saturday
The Central Texas Food Bank will be in Temple Saturday, May 23rd to pass out food to those in need due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Foster Kids Who Have Aged Out Of The System Find Hope at Texas Cafe
A Dallas entrepreneur has found a way to help foster kids that have aged out of the system.
Shooting At Corpus Christi Naval Station
An early morning shooting took place at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi.
Farmers Market In Temple To Open
The Farmer's Market in Temple is opening up and will be open every Tuesdays and Thursdays through September.
Nursing Home Resident, 102 Years Old Beats COVID 19
A 102-year-old Arkansas woman who is a resident at the Walnut Ridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has beaten COVID-19.
Temple Residents Protest Opening Of Neighborhood Gas Station
A local gas station wants to open up in south Temple, but is getting some push-back.
Recyclables Dumped in Temple Landfill
630 tons of recyclables have been dumped into the Temple landfill since the coronavirus outbreak. City officials hope to resume recycling soon.
Health Care Workers Could Get Their Student Loans Forgiven
A bill has been introduced in Congress that would forgive the debt of health care workers on the front line dealing with COVID-19 patients.
Copperas Cove Cove Cares For Seniors Program To End
The Copperas Cove Cares program will end on May 8, but seniors who need continued food assistance can still receive it if they meet certain criteria.