Mikael grew up in New Deal, Texas, where he graduated in 2011. He went on to attend Lubbock Christian University where he was the school's first graduate with a Mass Media Communications major. At LCU, he produced and hosted his own radio show on 99.1FM Chap Radio with two other co-hosts. He worked at KLBK in Lubbock as a morning production assistant for two years while simultaneously interning as a postgraduate news reporting intern midday/night and filmed Friday night football games. He does the morning news on KFYO 94.1 FM and 790 AM and is on 102.5 KISS FM as part of the Jimbo Show with his 'Mike on the Mic: Man on the Street' segment. Mikael loves everything spooky, fluent in Spanish, and is always up for a new adventure if it means meeting new people.
Fighting The Feral Hog Invasion: Texas Agriculture Commissioner’s Bait Solution
Texas Agriculture Commissioner supports the use of toxic bait to control feral hogs' destructive impact on crops.
Watch Out! Dangerous Social Media Trend Eating Toothpicks
South Korean toothpick trend circulating on social media poses potential health risks
Respiratory Illnesses On The Rise in Texas: CDC Recommendations
Get immunized against the flu, COVID-19, and RSV to protect yourself from respiratory illnesses.
4 Reasons Your Abuelita Would Say You Were Sick Growing Up
The connection between cultural beliefs and falling ill in a Latino household.
Alleged Improper Relationship Between Lubbock Educator and Minor
Lubbock ISD released a statement to the Irons Middle School community informing them of the incident and the immediate removal of James Tapley from the school.
Two West Texas Teens Engage Police in Vehicle Pursuit
Two teens engaged police in a vehicle pursuit that started in Garza County.
It’s Officially Snipe Season Texas But What Do You Need to Know?
It's snipe hunting season and that means you need a tiny bag, a big stick, and some really great running shoes unless you want a real snipe
What Are Mexican Blankets and Are They Really A Sign of Winter?
Groundhogs are used to predict if Spring will come late but in the Winter there's one item that can be used to signal colder weather and the holiday season.
Is This West Texas Scare Park Actually Haunted by Real Ghosts?
Nightmare on 19th Street is the place to go in Lubbock for a great scary time but could there actually be a real ghost walking around throwing rocks?
Red Watermelon is Great But Have You Ever Seen Yellow Watermelon?
Summer in Texas can be a scorcher but many cool off by drinking cold drinks, cranking the air conditioning, or even by biting into a slice of cold watermelon.
Former Texas Officer to Serve Time in Prison on Child Porn Charge
A former Texas police officer on trial for Child Pornography charges was sentenced in Lubbock.
Texas Chicken Rescued From Edge of Death by Good Samaritans
When you think chicken you probably thing grilled or crispy but one Lubbock chicken has a new lease on life.