Andrés Chaparro New GM Of KXXV-KRHD Waco

The former GM of KDEN Denver is tapped by Scripps to lead its ABC affiliates in Texas.

Breanna Molloy Joins KXXV Waco As Morning Anchor

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TV Stations Continue Helping Their Communities

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How TV Stations Are Connecting With Their Communities

TV stations make meaningful contributions and connections in a variety of beneficial ways with their communities. Here’s a round-up of how some stations are helping and serving their communities.

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KXXV Takes Viewers ‘Traveling Texas With Ann Harder’

KXXV Ups Sylvia Villarreal To News Director

She’s been with the Scripps ABC affiliate in Waco, Texas, since 2015 as an executive producer, then assistant news director.

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Waco’s KXXV Donating $12K For Food Drive

Jordan Evans Named KXXV Weekday Morning Meteorologist

Scripps Media’s ABC affiliate KXXV Waco, Texas (DMA 82), is adding meteorologist Jordan Evans to its Good Morning Texas with Lindsay Liepman and Joe Gumm beginning May 13. Evans graduated this month from Arizona State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in meteorology/climatology from the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning and […]

DMAS 89 & 112

Scripps Closes On KXXV-KRHD, WTXL Buy

The spinoffs from the Gray-Raycom merger brings Scripps’ holdings to 36 TV stations in 26 markets and gives Scripps its first stations in Texas and expands its Florida presence.

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KWTX Tops Social Media In Waco, Texas

Gray Television’s CBS affiliate KWTX leads all other local media in social media performance in Waco, Texas, according to Shareablee data. Its news director says keeping a local focus on Facebook is what viewers want most.

DMA 87: WACO-TEMPLE-BRYAN, TX

KXXV Waco Anchor Bruce Gietzen Retiring

FCC OKs Drewry Sale To Raycom Media

The FCC has approved the sale of six Texas stations in a deal that will quadruple the number of stations Raycom Media has in Texas. The $160 million purchase will likely be completed Dec. 1.

Raycom Buying Drewry For $160 Million

The deal comprises six stations in Texas in Waco (KXXV), Amarillo (KFDA-KEYU), Odessa-Midland (KWAB-KWES) and Wichita Falls (KSWO), plus a second station in Wichita Falls (KAUZ)  that Raycom is buying from Hoak Media and then spinning off to American Spirit, which will enter into a shared services agreement with Raycom, under which KSWO will provide news, production services, administrative support and equipment and building space to KAUZ.

DMA 87 (WACO, TX)

Man Arrested After Threatening KXXV Staffers

KXXV Waco Upgrades With Utah Scientific