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 in Central Texas. 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.
Texas Highway Named Most Dangerous in America
I-45 in Houston has been named the most dangerous stretch of road in the United States.
Pepperoni May Be in Short Supply Due to COVID-19
One of the most poplar pizza toppings in America is getting to be harder to come by these days.
Vanessa Guillen Will Be Laid To Rest This Weekend in Houston
Vanessa Guillen will be remembered at a public memorial Friday at the Houston soccer field at which she played as a child. Her funeral will take place Saturday.
Perseid Meteor Shower Over Texas Tonight
The Perseid Meteor Shower should be visible over Texas tonight. Here's how to maximize your chance of seeing this awesome celestial show.
New Braunfuls Wurstfest Cancelled Due to COVID-19
Another festival bites the dust because of COVID-19. The annual Wurstfest Association has cancelled this years event due to COIVID-19.
Texas Hits Record Number of Covid-19 Cases
A record number of cases of Covid-19 were reported in Texas on Tuesday.
Chuck E. Cheese Has to File For Bankruptcy
Pizza party favorite Chuck E. Cheese was in trouble before COVID-19 hit, but the virus hasn't made things any easier.
Gov. Greg Abbott Says “Massive Outbreak” In Texas
Gov. Greg Abbott says we are facing a "massive outbreak" in Texas of coronavirus new cases.
103 Year Old Woman Beats COVID 19 And Celebrates With A Beer
103-year-old and great great grandma Jennie Stejna beat coronavius and celebrated by popping the top on a cold beer.