Christian Collins

Reporter/Weekend Producer

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

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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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Breanne Brown

Former Abilene High teacher arrested for sexual assault

A 30-year-old teacher who resigned last week from her position at Abilene High School has been arrested on a second-degree felony sexual assault charge. 

5th grade 'Magnet' students learn the dangers of smoke with experiment

AISD fifth grade Math-Science magnet students at McMurry teamed up with a chemistry professor Friday to learn about the dangers of wastes that can come from cigarette smoke.

Alameda Community Center looks to make improvements through donations

The Alameda Community Center located on the corner of S. 7th and Corsicana is looking to make improvements with the help of community donations.

Possible plans presented in 3rd Abilene city bond tour

Abilene City Council members boarded a bus Thursday afternoon to take a look at proposed ideas and renovations around the city.

C.A.S.A. group looks to assist children in foster care system

350 children are expected to be in foster care in Taylor County in 2015, and the process can be difficult for many of them. To help out, the ‘Court Appointed Special Advocate’ group has been introduced in Abilene.

New use for closed Abilene middle school under discussion

The Lincoln Middle School building has been closed since 2007, but it may have a new use in the near future.

Locals react to President Obama's proposal for free college tuition

President Obama is set to push his proposal of granting students two free years of community college – with at least a 2.5 grade average – during his upcoming State of the Union Address.

Stan Standridge

Abilene chief: AISD superintendent has impeded school sex probes

Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge said Tuesday he is filing a complaint against Abilene ISD Superintendent Heath Burns with AISD’s Board of Trustees because Burns has impeded police investigations.

Cowboy hats could become 'official' hats of Texas

The cowboy hat has been a symbol of Texas for years, and it could become the official state hat of Texas soon.

Colorado City residents worried about sewer leaking into waters

Some residents on the south side of Colorado City have complained of raw sewage leaking out of a manhole and into Lone Wolf Creek, which empties into the Colorado River.

FP water

Treated, effluent water now flowing into Lake Fort Phantom Hill

Lake Fort Phantom Hill could see better days soon, thanks to a completed project by the city of Abilene. A five-mile-long tunnel will now pump millions of gallons of water into the lake every day.

Abilene Law Enforcement Center

Abilene to take part in National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Abilene will take part in National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Friday.




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