Hey -- What's going on? I'm Emily Claire. I grew up in Arizona and made my way to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. I graduated from Tech with my bachelors in Media Strategies and a love for radio. I am passionate about mental health advocacy, LGBTQ+ rights, and animal rescue. In my free time you might find me taking photos around town, crafting, or playing with my dog.
Woman Goes Viral After Finding Screw in Crumbl Cookie
You never want to find something like that in your cookie.
Jacuzzi of Despair: The Gulf of Mexico’s Dangerous Secret
At the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, just off the coast of Louisiana, there is an underwater lake that kills anything that tries to enter it
The Largest Aquarium Event in the U.S. is Coming to Texas Next Month
Aquashella is the largest aquarium event in America that features freshwater and saltwater fish, alongside reptiles and aquatic art.
Is It Illegal to Drive Barefoot in Texas?
When discussing the topic of driving barefoot, no matter what part of the United States you’re in, people will believe that it is illegal to drive barefoot.
Training Your Dog to Use This Device Makes Life So Much Easier
One of the biggest struggles many dog owners face is potty training their dog and ensuring their dog is able to go outside to go potty whenever they need to.
Did You Know You Can Be Fired in Texas at Any Time for Any Reason?
If you work in the state of Texas, there's something very important to familiarize yourself with. That's the fact that Texas is an at-will employment state.
10 Amazon Finds to Help Your Pet Beat the Texas Heat
I'm sure you're feeling this Texas heat right now. You know who else is feeling it? Your pets.
10 Recipes for the Perfect West Texas Summer Barbeque
From entrees to sides, here are 10 recipes that you have to try.
You Don’t Need a Marriage License in Texas to Be Married: Here’s How
Did you know that you and your significant other could be considered legally married in Texas without a marriage license?
The Best Advice for Those Looking to Move to Texas
No matter what, there's one major piece of advice that Texans think anyone planning to move to Texas should hear.