Gabriella Hernandez

Brownwood Bureau Reporter

POSTED: 7:24 AM Aug 06 2014   UPDATED: 3:03 PM Aug 27 2014
Gabriella Hernandez

Gabriella Hernandez is a reporter in the Brownwood Bureau for KTXS News.

Born and raised in Fort Worth, Gabriella is a Texan at heart. After graduating high school she then traveled to Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Okla. on a soccer scholarship. That is where she found her love for television. She worked as a photographer for the campus news station for a year. After realizing she would like to be on camera instead, she became a field reporter. She then researched, wrote and developed her own stories. Gabriella graduated with a degree in Mass Communication from Northwestern in 2014. Moving back to Texas, she was ecstatic to receive a position close to home.

In her free time you can find her with a soccer ball at her feet. She also enjoys reading, catching up on her favorite shows, spending time with family and friends and working at KTXS to get you the facts!


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Comanche explosion victims

Event honors Comanche man who died in firework explosion

The city of Comanche is honoring the man who died in a firework explosion last July. A ceremony was held Friday at the softball field where the incident happened.

2 indicted for Big G grocery store robbery in Early

Two Elgin men have been indicted for an Early grocery store robbery.

Caregiver conference gives Brownwood residents assistance in caring for the elderly

More than 65 million people, 29% of the U.S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aging family member or friend. 

Killeen man, 40, arrested for kidnapping Brown County girl

A Killeen man remained jailed Wednesday for allegedly kidnapping a 13-year-old girl from a Brown County school.

Multiple drug rehab programs are available in Brownwood

In Brown County authorities are seizing more meth than usual.

Search for next Brownwood city manager to start internally

Plans are to look internally for candidates to replace retiring Brownwood City Manager Bobby Rountree.

Empty Bowls Project Brownwood

Brownwood's 'Empty Bowl' fundraiser a big success

Many Brownwood residents had food on their mind and helping in their hearts as the 6th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser took place. For a $10 donation you could choose from over 1,700 hand painted bowls and grab some lunch.

Good Samaritan Ministries

Good Samaritan teams with Brownwood businesses throughout year

The Good Samaritan organization in Brownwood has been supplying clothes and food for the needy for 22 years, but this time they are on the receiving end.


Authorities finding more criminal operations using video surveillance

The Brown County Sheriff's office recently released footage confiscated from a home security system where 100 grams of methamphetamine was seized.

2015 Rattlesnake Round-up is back in Brownwood

Brownwood Jaycee's are hosting their Rattlesnake Round-up and Lone Star Fair this weekend.

Brownwood's arson dog nominated for Hero Dog Award

Brownwood's very own arson dog Nika has been nominated for a prestigious award.    

Brownwood named 6th best commuter city in Texas

In the state of Texas the average travel time to work is 25 minutes, but that's not the case for Brownwood – which recently was named one of the best commuter cities in the state.




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