Big O is a young, enthusiastic radio personality who brings tons of energy and charisma to the airwaves. Born and raised from the south side of Fort Worth, Texas, he received his Bachelors degree in Communications from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in May 2015, and also excelled as a Defensive Tackle for Crusaders football team. He produces football games for Temple High School football Fridays, and also produces the games for UMHB as well on Saturdays. Now he's taking his talents from behind the scenes, to the airwaves. He can be heard Saturday nights as the host of Operation Turn UP! Make sure to tune in, and also follow Big O on Twitter, Instagram, and on Snapchat: @darealestcuz
Cheesecake Factory’s Half Price Cheesecake Day July 30th
Cheesecake Factory's annual half-price Cheesecake Day is coming on July 30th.
West Temple Neighborhood in Flames, Evacuations Ordered
Residents of a West Temple neighborhood were being evacuated Friday afternoon due to a massive fire, the smoke from which was visible for miles.
Perry’s Office Plus Will Have You Ready for Back to School
Perry's Office Plus has pre-packaged school supplies for Temple and Belton ISD students.
Movies In the Park Kicking Off May 26th
Movies in the Park is back in Temple for 2018, and will start on Saturday, May 26th at Miller Park.
Police Searching for Harker Heights HEB Bank Robber
Police on are on the hunt for a man who robbed a local bank Tuesday morning, and may have robbed a bank back in April, too.
Rogers School Bus Clipped by Hit-And-Run Driver
A Rogers Middle School field trip had a slight interruption on the way to Austin when a vehicle side swiped the bus. No one was injured, and the incident was reported to the authorities.
Monday Morning Crash Leaves One Dead Outside of Gatesville
One person was killed in a fatal car crash that occurred outside of Gatesville at the overpass of Highway 36 and FM 215 Monday morning.
Killeen Apartment Complex Engulfed in Flames
The Killeen Fire Department is looking into what caused an Sunday evening blaze at a four-unit apartment complex.
Texas Man Sentenced to Fifty Years in Prison For Stealing Fajitas
Gilberto Escamilla has been sentenced to fifty years in prison for stealing over $1.2 million worth of fajitas.
Central Texas Air Show Is Back!
The Central Texas Air Show returns to Temple from May 4th-6th with new planes, new shows, and traditional favorites!