Christian Collins

Reporter/Weekend Producer

POSTED: 2:01 PM Feb 10 2014   UPDATED: 3:50 PM May 15 2014

An Abilene native, Christian has been a reporter/weekend producer at KTXS since February 2014.

Christian graduated from the University of North Texas in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in Broadcast media. While in college, he worked in Dallas as both a reporting intern for KDAF (CW33), programming intern for the radio station KBFB, and did promotional work for the Dallas Mavericks. In addition, he served as an anchor, reporter, and weatherman at NTTV, as well as radio personality for KNTU in Denton.

In his free time, Christian loves to travel, attend concerts & games, meet new people, and try new foods. He is very excited to start his career at KTXS with the support of friends and family from his hometown.

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Water restrictions

How will Abilene's Stage 2 water restrictions affect surrounding areas?

Stage 2 water restrictions are now in effect for the City of Abilene, as well as surrounding areas that purchase their water from the city.

Abilene man, 37, killed in Barrow Street rollover

A 37-year-old Abilene man was killed after losing control of his white Chevrolet pickup early Saturday morning.

Abilene Independent School District

AISD teacher cleared to return to work after possible Ebola exposure

A teacher at Bonham Elementary has been cleared to return to work this coming Monday after being on a cruise ship with a hospital worker who came in contact with lab work for Ebola victim Thomas Duncan.

Abilene 'Bachtoberfest' celebrates famous composer, German holiday

The Abilene Philharmonic honored the famous composer Bach, and celebrated the classic German holiday Oktoberfest Saturday afternoon.

How successful is Abilene ISD's standardized dress?

The new, standardized dress policy for Abilene Independent School District middle schools is now in its third month.

Global Samaritan Resources joins fight against Ebola

Global Samaritan Resources in Abilene detailed their plans to help in the fight against Ebola in West Africa Wednesday morning.

Proud to be in AISD

Abilene students from overseas not from African region of Ebola deaths

Abilene ISD is taking steps to spot and prevent Ebola from making its way into the school district.

Top editor of PEOPLE visits Cooper High School

Jess Cagle, Editorial Director for PEOPLE & Entertainment Weekly magazines payed a visit to his old high school Friday to speak to students Friday afternoon.

Dance Dash 5k raises money for Hendrick Children's Hospital

The first ever Dance Dash 5k held Saturday at Red Bud Park combined running and dancing to raise money for Hendrick Children's Hospital.

Holland Medical High School to expand early college program

Holland Medical High school is now taking steps to expand their early college program for high school students.

'Sweetest Day' shows appreciation to Nolan County community

The 'Sweetest Day' event was held in Sweetwater Saturday to show appreciation to all non-profit groups within the Nolan County community.

Hendrick Home

Hendrick Home for Children set to expand, house more Abilene families

The Hendrick Home for Children continues its construction on a new facility that will house 12 more single-mother families.




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