Wayne McCormick

POSTED: 1:57 PM Jun 06 2012   UPDATED: 3:19 PM May 14 2014
KTXS News Anchor Wayne McCormick

Wayne McCormick has been the 6 and 10 o'clock news anchor on KTXS-TV since 1992. For 12 years, he also hosted the weekly KTXS Academic Challenge show that featured high school academic teams.

Among his varied assignments, McCormick has covered the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) and U.S. Air Force participation in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1996. He also covered relief efforts in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Before joining KTXS in 1992, McCormick served as news director and news anchor at KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado. In the early '90s he worked as news director and news anchor at a TV station in Sterling, Colorado. From 1984 - 1988, he was general manager of KSMT-FM in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Previously, he served as program director and operations manager for Curt Gowdy Broadcasting stations in Laramie, Wyoming and worked with KVOR-AM and KSPZ-FM in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Wayne began his broadcasting career in 1973 at KFJB-AM and FM in Marshalltown, Iowa.

McCormick won an Edward R. Murrow award for his reporting on the Hurricane Katrina aftermath in New Orleans.

Wayne majored in telecommunicative arts at Iowa State University,

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Anthony Domol: Scattered rain showers on Tuesday

Tuesday gives us mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers across West Texas. The mercury reaches the middle 80s.

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Anthony Domol: Seasonable temps and rain chances

Skies will see plentiful clouds through the day but some periods of sunshine are likely to boost the mercury into the middle 80s. A slight chance for a shower exists.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking Friday rainfall

Rain is expected across West Texas through the day with temperatures ranging from the middle 60s to near 70 degrees. Winds become much stronger this afternoon.

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Rainfall totals: More than 2 inches recorded in Snyder

More than two inches of rain has been recorded in Snyder, as the Big Country enjoyed rainfall Friday.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking a cool, wet end to the week

Mostly cloudy skies will be around on Thursday with some peeks of sun possible. Cooler temperatures rise into the lower to mid 80s. Rain arrives overnight.

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Anthony Domol: Triple digits Wednesday, cooler air brewing

The mercury gets hot this afternoon near 100 degrees but a big change is coming with readings expected to be slipping into the 60s by Friday evening.

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Anthony Domol: Heat into midweek, then much cooler

Highs reach the middle 90s on Tuesday afternoon under abundant sunshine. Wednesday gets even hotter around 100 degrees.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking two cold fronts in the 7-day

Hot air streams back into West Texas over the next 48-60 hours but much cooler air and rain chances arrive for later in the workweek.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking weekend rain chances

Rain chances will be on the increase Saturday while temperatures will be on the decrease.

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Anthony Domol: Scattered wet weather expected Saturday

A cold front settles southward into West Texas early Saturday morning and brings a chance for a few showers and thundershowers with it.

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Anthony Domol: Tracking a cold front for the weekend

Sunshine and mixed clouds will be around this afternoon with readings reaching the middle 90s. South winds remain breezy from 15-25 mph.

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Anthony Domol: Early September heat continues Tuesday

Upper 90s will be common across West Texas on Tuesday afternoon under plentiful sunshine and breezy southerly winds.

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