Blane Singletary

Morning Producer

POSTED: 2:04 PM Dec 24 2013   UPDATED: 1:07 PM May 23 2014

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Blane Singletary is the morning producer for KTXS.

Blane was born in Abilene, but raised in Chalmette, Louisiana. He's been the producer of KTXS This Morning since September 2013.

He came back to the Big Country and attended Abilene Christian University, where he graduated in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science in Electronic Media. In college, he worked at KACU-FM as an on-air anchor and producer. While there, he created and hosted of "Eye on Entertainment," which covered events in the Abilene area.

In his off time, he's an avid gamer, and maintains a collection of classic consoles and games. He also partakes in countless creative endeavors, including writing short stories, novels, and screenplays. He also DJs under the stage name and alter-ego, "Sma Man." He's excited to continue on this next step of his journalistic career at KTXS, and can't wait to see where it leads.

Blane's Most Recent Stories

John Louis Atkins

Suspect arrested in weekend Abilene murder

Abilene police have arrested a man suspected in the death of Latisha Hilley, the woman whose body was found shot to death behind an abandoned house.

(img1)Marc Orner on tantrums and happier children

What's the best way to intervene when your toddler has a tantrum?

With the story of the diner owner who yelled at a screaming child in her restaurant fresh in our minds, many parents of toddlers are probably wondering what to do in this situation.

(img1)Troy Sutton teaches about important college savings plan

What's a 529 plan? The ins and outs of saving for college

If you don't know what a 529 plan is, you're not alone.

(img1)Marc Orner 7-22-15

What should you do? Crying kids and public places

A story that's been catching fire on social media has parents debating on what to do when it comes to young children crying in public.

Garage catches fire on Elm Street in Abilene

A residential garage in south Abilene caught fire early Tuesday morning, appearing to burn everything inside.

Pedestrian hit, killed on U.S. 67 near Bangs

A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle while standing in the middle of the lane on U.S. 67.

(img1)Troy Sutton shares good news for student loans and what it means for you

Federal student loan interest rates are going down, now what?

Good news! Student loan interest rates are tied to the 10-year treasury rate. That means any loan taken out since July 1st has 0.37% lower rates than before. 

Funeral plans set for Abilene's only fetal medicine specialist

Funeral arrangements have been made for maternal and fetal medicine specialist Dr. Mark Maberry.

Homeless man killed after being hit by car on South 1st Street

A homeless man was killed early Wednesday after he was hit by a car in front of Kmart on South 1st street. 

(img1)Marc Orner on how to restore the fire in your relationship

Lost that loving feeling? How to rekindle your relationship with that special someone

As we move into the hotter days of summer, could your relationship be cooling down?

(img1)Marc Orner talks about what makes sibling relationships work

How long should you wait between having children? Marc Orner talks sibling relationships

When it comes to siblings, what factor does age difference have? Is it better to have them closer or further apart?

Officials urge extreme caution as flooding continues in Abilene

Fire officials are continuing to urge Abilenians to "exercise caution" in flooded intersections and on roadways.




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