Blane Singletary

Morning Producer

POSTED: 8:41 AM Nov 06 2013   UPDATED: 1:07 PM May 23 2014

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

(img1)Pedestrian fatality in South 1st accident

Police ID pedestrian killed in South 1st accident

Police have identified the pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle and killed late Monday night on South 1st Street.

Westbound I-20 in Abilene finally reopened about 7 p.m. after truck crash and glue spill

The westbound lane of Interstate 20 was cleared and reopened about 7 p.m. Thursday following an 18-wheeler crash that spilled glue all over the road.

fatal accident

Police ID man killed in fiery Hwy 277 crash south of Abilene

Investigators have identified the man killed in the fiery crash Wednesday night on Highway 277 about nine miles south of Abilene.

Robbery under investigation at Allsup's convenience store in Abilene

An unidentified black male reportedly stole money from a north Abilene convenience store.

Driver trapped in rollover on Hwy 277 in Abilene

An Abilene man was sent to the hospital Tuesday morning after rolling over his pickup truck on Hwy 277 near I-20.

Locals on the border: 'Something needs to be done'

On a daily basis, women and children cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, exploiting holes and weaknesses to get across.

Abilene organization helps serve influx of immigrants crossing the border

Abilene's Global Samaritan Resources is in McAllen, Texas, working to help in the ongoing immigration crisis on the border. 

Three cars destroyed, two damaged in Abilene apartment fire

Authorities are investigating what started a fire in the parking lot of an Abilene apartment complex around 4:30 Thursday morning.

Five taken to hospital after Abilene house fire on Jeffries Street

Five people, including a baby, were taken to an Abilene hospital Wednesday after a house fire in the 1700 block of Jeffries Street.


Deadline passes, Hendrick Health System no longer accepts Blue Cross

As of 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Hendrick Health System – which oversees Hendrick Medical Center – no longer accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Abilene police, organizations teaming to warn of scams

Several groups and an Abilene bank are coming together Monday to alert us to a string of scams going on – and the fact that they're especially targeting seniors.

Fatal crash

Roby woman, 57, killed in Kent County crash

A 57-year-old woman is dead after an accident in Kent County, according to the Department of Public Safety.




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