Maggie Contreras

Executive Producer

POSTED: 1:54 PM Jun 06 2012   UPDATED: 3:37 PM Jan 13 2015

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Maggie Contreras is the executive producer  at KTXS.

Originally from New Hampshire, Maggie lived in Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Tennessee before moving to the great state of Texas.

Maggie gained her love for news while working for her high school TV station, KGLE, at Allen High School in the DFW metroplex. She then went on to spend the best four years of her life at the University of Missouri in the Missouri School of Journalism. MIZ! In college, she reported and produced for the Mizzou-owned NBC affiliate, KOMU.

She moved to Abilene right out of college in May 2011 to work as the 6/10 producer. For the past 3 years, Maggie has had her hands on every news show produced at KTXS.

When she’s not at work, Maggie enjoys spending time with friends, playing with her basset mix, Anni, and curling up with a good book.

 

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Maggie's Most Recent Stories

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Mark Rowlett: Afternoon thundershowers possible Friday

We could see thundershowers again Saturday afternoon

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Mark Rowlett: Tracking early weekend shower chances

A cold front to our north could send showers into our area

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Mark Rowlett: Fewer showers Wednesday

Very low rain chances for Wednesday afternoon

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Mark Rowlett: Late night storms possible

Weakening thunderstorms will be possible Tuesday morning

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Mark Rowlett: Tracking weekend rain chances

Just isolated showers for the Heartland Tuesday night

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Tracking typical summer conditions

Near normal temperatures are expected through Thursday

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Tracking isolated thundershower chances

Close to normal temperatures are expected

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Mark Rowlett: More warm weather ahead

Isolated thundershowers possible Friday

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Mark Rowlett: Warmer and drier weather ahead

Afternoon readings in the 90s should be back Thursday

More heavy downpours possible

Weakening Tropical Storm Bill keeps danger of flash flooding

Tracking heavy rainfall - Flash Flood Advisories

Lightning is also possible

Mark Rowlett: Mainly evening thunderstorms expected

Strong winds and heavy rainfall should be the main dangers

 

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