I'm originally from Tyler, Texas, but spent 33 years in Colorado Springs. I moved to Central Texas in the summer of 2017 after deciding that I couldn't take another cold Colorado winter. I'm a big sports fan, and after living in Colorado for so many years, I'm a Broncos/Avalanche/Rockies and Nuggets fan. I'm slowly becoming a Cowboys and Rangers fan as well. Since moving to Central Texas, my wife, daughter and I have become Baylor Bears fans. Sic Em Bears! This may sound strange, but I love the summers here in Central Texas. The hotter the better for me. My personal interests include guitars, horror novels, and binge-watching Netflix. I also love to chat with you, the listener. Let's connect on our free app! Click the App link above to find it for iOS and Android, then tap the Chat button to write in. You can also press the Call button to hit me up on the phone.
Aaron Zytle (AZ)
Texas Based Salvage Company Finds Deepest Shipwreck Ever
A crew from the Texas-based salvage company Caladan Oceanic has found and documented the wreckage of the world's deepest known shipwreck, the USS Johnston.
Tesla Reportedly Plans to Plug Giant Battery Into Texas Power Grid Near Houston
According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Tesla is constructing a massive battery just south of Houston, which could indicate the company is about to enter Texas' electricity market.
Governor Abbott Announces Three Step Plan to Address Energy Grid Failure
In a public address Thursday, Abbott said protecting consumers from outrageous bills and winterizing Texas' energy grid will be top legislative priorities.
Expect a New Push to Legalize Weed on the Federal Level in 2021
The U.S. Senate is set to discuss marijuana legalization in the early part of this year, and three Senators, in particular, are making a big push for it.
Gov. Abbott Ready to Protect the Texas Oil & Gas industry
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said that he'll push back against President Biden's fossil fuel agenda.
Texas to Test School Drinking Water
Texas will start testing for lead and copper in drinking water at schools and child care facilities, which seems like something that we should have been on top of already.
The Lone Star Flag Celebrates Its Anniversary
January marks the anniversary of the official flag of Texas, the Lone Star Flag.
‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Was Not Pardoned by Donald Trump
The Tiger King remains in prison after a last-minute pardon from outgoing president Donald Trump didn't come.
Texas Ranked Best State to Drive In
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Austin Man’s Unique Memorial for COVID-19 Deaths in Texas
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Watch Snowboarder Ride Out an Avalanche
A snowboarder in Colorado got caught in an avalanche and kept his cool, surviving thanks to his quick thinking and a little luck.
New Texas Law Would Make Alcohol To-Go Sales Permanent
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