Gabriella Hernandez

Brownwood Bureau Reporter

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

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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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Drought claims latest victim: Lake Abilene

Water levels in Lake Abilene have been declining for awhile now. Finally, it's down to little more than a puddle.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking a good shot for rain this week

A series of cold fronts and upper air disturbances will keep the rain chances in the forecast through Saturday.

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2014's first full Supermoon dazzles Big Country residents Saturday night

Clear skies, breezy winds, and mild temperatures will make for perfect viewing of 2014's first full Supermoon.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking several days of rain chances ahead

A series of cold fronts will keep rain chances in the forecast starting Monday night.

Xeriscaping: How choosing the right plants can save you money and water

Xeriscaping helps you save water and money by utilizing native, drought tolerant vegetation for your yard.

Chelsea Humphrey: Hot, dry pattern settles in this week

As high pressure builds into West Texas, rain chances stay out and the mercury continues to reach into the 90s.

Chelsea Humphrey: A hot, dry pattern sets up for the week ahead

With the exception of slight afternoon rain chances Saturday and Sunday, the forecast ahead looks dry and toasty.

Chelsea Humphrey: Shower chances return midweek

A stalled out cold front will bring rain back to the forecast Wednesday but things look dry for July 4th.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking holiday week heat, rain chances

High pressure will keep things hot for the next few days but rain chances are on the way.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking weekend heat, breezy winds

High pressure settles in for the next few days, keeping things toasty and breezy.

Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking a soggy start to the workweek

Early morning showers will quiet down by lunchtime, but more chances for rain are on the way.

Rainfall totals: Morning storms bring beneficial rain to Big Country

Some saw more rain than others as strong thunderstorms swept through the Big County on Monday morning.




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