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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State shooting competition comes to Abilene

The Callahan County Shooting Complex in Baird is hosting the 4-H Shooting Sports State Games for the second year in a row.

40+ citations written for high grass during Abilene's Zero-Tolerance Week

The city of Abilene's Zero-Tolerance Week for high grass and weeds has ended, and the city issued more than 40 citations.

More park improvements possibly on way for Abilene

More park improvements could possibly be on the way for Abilene, that could benefit the entire family.

Surgeon general: tanning a major health problem

A warning posted by the Surgeon General Tuesday says there has been a 200% increase in melanoma cancer cases since 1973.

Abilene clothing store to close after 52 years

F&S Clothiers is closing its doors after 52 years of service in the Abilene Community.

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Second arrest made in connection to Abilene BB gun shooting spree

A second Abilene teen has been charged with criminal mischief in connection with last week's BB gun shooting spree.

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Brownwood welcomes two United grocery stores

United Supermarkets will be expanding in the Big Country, in the city of Brownwood.

High grass zero tolerance week wraps up

Friday was the last day of Abilene's 'Zero-Tolerance Week' for tall grass and weeds.

Bee swarms more common during the summer months

A recent bee attack in Coleman and the death of two horses in Callahan County could be attributed to bees swarming in the summer season.

Roofing nails causing many flat tires in Abilene

The recent hailstorm has caused an increase in flat tires due to nails and other debris from roofing jobs.

Statewide mental health campaign comes to Abilene

Resources and warning signs of mental health issues and substance abuse were discussed Wednesday at the Abilene Civic Center.

Phone "spoofing" crime surfaces in Abilene

Phone call spoofing is becoming a growing problem in the U.S., and now Abilene.




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