Mike Hendren is a native of Wichita Falls, Texas. He's done many different things for money over the years (most of them legal) but has spent the last 15 years on News Talk 1290, right here in his own home town. Mike serves as the station brand manager and is currently the producer and host of 'Wake Up Call' every weekday morning from 6 am to 8 am CST.
Two Major Brands Pull Products on Salmonella Scare
Two brands you likely have in your home have issued safety recalls after a salmonella risk surfaces
Collision Between Texas Church Bus, Pickup Leaves 12 Dead
A head-on collision near a state park west of San Antonio has left 12 dead and 3 seriously injured.
North Texas Attorney Brian Loncar Found Dead in Dallas
One of most-recognized personal injury trial lawyers in Texas has been found dead in Dallas
Five Things Every Texan Should Be Thankful For
We all have much to be thankful for on this day, but Texas may have more reasons as a state than any other
North Texas-Based Fast Food Chain Named Number One in Mexican Food in America
A Texas-based fast food chain is recognized as America's favorite in Mexican fast food fare
The Legendary W.T. Waggoner Ranch Has Officially Been Sold
One of the largest and most sought after ranch properties in America officially has a new owner
Texas Company Gives Every Employee a Huge Six-Figure Christmas Bonus
A Texas-based oil and gas exploration company is giving all of its employees a Texas-sized bonus for Christmas.
Texas Governor Abbott: No Syrian Refugees to Texas
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says Texas will not accept Syrian refugees
Austin Man Spends Four Hours in a Tree After Car Swept Away by Flood Waters [Video]
Austin, TX man is forced to escape flood waters by taking refuge in a tree
North Texas Man Stabs Home Intruder With Pumpkin Carving Knife
A car jacking suspect breaks into an Arlington, Texas home and is stabbed by the homeowner.
North Texas Driver Charged in Car, Motorcycle Crash
Driver involved in crash near Granbury, Texas charged with aggravated assault
Request for ‘Gum’ Sends Texas High School Into Panic Mode
A student report of a 'gun' turns out to be something completely different