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

Texas Capitol Austin

Texas legislative session going out with bang

This Tuesday, state lawmakers will head home from Austin. The Texas legislative session is drawing to a close, but state senators and representatives are not slowing down.

Wedding band, engagement ring

Got marriage advice? Family therapist tackles viewer submissions

Last week, we asked our viewers to send in marriage advice they'd like to share. We received plenty of submissions via email and Facebook.

Grace Museum

New exhibit at Grace Museum celebrates modern Texas art

The inside of the Grace Museum in downtown Abilene is getting a full makeover with a new exhibits showing on all three floors.

Family Beaches

Best ways to save for that summer vacation

Summer is here, and for half of all Americans that means vacation season, but a considerable portion of them are not even able to afford it!

Texas Capitol flags

Make-or-break time for Texas lawmakers

Only a few days remain in the state legislative session. State lawmakers will pack up and go their separate ways on June 1st, which means the laws still moving through the Senate and House of Representatives don't have much time.

(img1)Marc Orner imparts sage advice for those about to tie the knot

Family therapist gives advice for newlyweds, soon-to-be-weds

If you're getting married in June, you're not alone. A report published in Business Insider says 13,000 American couples will get married every day in this month!

Abilene home destroyed in lightning-caused fire

A lightning strike destroyed a vacant house in the Champions neighborhood Tuesday morning.

planes diverted

San Angelo airport flooded, flights to resume Tuesday afternoon

After flooding Monday night, San Angelo Regional Airport's terminal is back open.

Carl Andrew Berger

'Elusive' & wanted Anson man still on run

A man who law enforcement officials believe could be a threat to residents’ property in Merkel and other areas is still on the run.

Texas Capitol Austin

State lawmakers race clock for legislative session deadlines

With just a little over two weeks before the end of the end of the Texas legislative session, it's crunch time for lawmakers. The state House of Representatives plans to pull a couple of all-nighters for Thursday and Friday.

Are "Dad bods" here to stay? Marc Orner weighs in

"Dad bods" are becoming the latest fitness craze, if you can call it that. The term applies to a man's physique that isn't too fat, but also isn't too fit.

Joe Adam Martinez

Abilene police arrest man, 19, for Peach Street shooting

Abilene police have arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with a shooting late Monday in the 1100 block of Peach Street that reportedly left a man in serious condition.

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