Ingra Lee didn't start out in radio, but she got here as fast as she could. During her illustrious career as a super mom, she managed to become a self-proclaimed biographer, helping to launch Victoria In Motion magazine which she incredibly still gets to write for quarterly even after a decade. In her spare time, she rescues way too many animals, tends to two girls, misses her two boys and can be found every Sunday goofing off on the ranch with her granddaughters alongside her unbelievably patient husband. Trust us, he is unbelievably patient.
A Texas Woman Is Lucky to Be Alive This Holiday Season
For one Texas woman, ochophobia might be a lasting issue after a metal drilling pipe came crashing through her windshield narrowingly missing her.
No One’s Christmas Tree Is More Texan Than Mine
No one's Christmas tree gets more Texan than this, thanks to these ultimate Texas Christmas ornaments.
The Weirdest House in Texas Is For Sale
If you have 1.75 million dollars to blow, you can buy what many call the Weirdest House in Texas. It's in Lubbock, it's for sale, and its made of steel.
TX Paramedic Caught on Film Kicking Homeless Man In the Head
A Dallas paramedic is caught on film kicking a homeless man in the head after warning him to get up. Equally troubling is the fireman's prior indictment.
Here’s How A 3 Year Old Survived 3 Days In the Texas Woods
3-year-old Christopher Ramirez was found after being lost in the woods for three days. Here is what he had on his side to survive his ordeal.