Daniel Starks

Reporter, host of 'All Things Considered'

Daniel was born and raised in Commerce, TX, and has been a life-long listener of 88.9 KETR. After listening to ‘The Art of Sound’ with Mark Chapman as a child, he enjoyed the thought of being able to broadcast across NE Texas.  He is now a Radio/Television student at Texas A&M University-Commerce and hopes to continue his work in radio after he graduates. He currently can be heard as the host of ‘All Things Considered’, ‘Movie Picks with Alice Reese’ and ‘The Morning Bell’.

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After a weekend of showers and thunderstorms, the skies should clear up and give way to sunny skies.

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After a chilly weekend across the region, temperatures should be rising in to the mid 80s again by Friday.

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GREENVILLE — The Greenville Herald Banner reports that a vehicle driving near CR 4106 on FM 499 left the roadway at around 8:20 p.m. Thursday.

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After a hot summer filled with drought and West Nile Virus, it could all be closer to an end!

Autumn: It's Coming!

Sep 25, 2012
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Astronomically, autumn is here, but it doesn't feel like it...yet.

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After a weekend of rain, Mother Nature should bring us sun for this week.

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Another cool front is on it's way!

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After a few weeks of cooler temperatures, temps have climbed back up to the triple digits for this week.

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As school starts back up for most of North Texas, the skies are being generous with plenty of sunshine.

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Clouds are expected to clear this week to make way for sunshine.

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After a transformer blew near Commerce Hardware, a section of Loop 178/Culver St. was closed due to a live power line across the road.

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Picture this: You are paddling down a gently flowing river, a cool breeze, and birds chirping in the background. You look at the river banks on either side of you, and there’s snow. You’re traveling down a river in Alaska.

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This summer has brought many days of heat to North Texas. But compared to 2011, it hasn't been that bad.

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Triple digit temperatures could  be a thing of the past, for now.

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Northeast Texans are catching another glimpse this week of what became routine last year, triple digit streaks.

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