Roxie is a Texas native. She was born in Houston and raised in San Antonio and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A proud Red Raider, Roxie graduated with her Master's Degree in Media and Communications and Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at Texas Tech University in 2014. Then started her career as a multimedia journalist in her college town, Lubbock, Texas.
Roxie has also worked in Richmond, Virginia as a morning reporter and fill-in anchor. In 2018, she moved to San Antonio, Texas and worked for the TV station she watched growing up, KENS 5. Her storytelling is limitless. Roxie says her goal is to tell stories that matter to her community, her people, her family.
When she's not at work, Roxie lives by three simple rules: good food, good wine and good people.
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What is your favorite color?
Gold, but red is my favorite "primary color"
What is your motto?
Family first and loyalty is everything.
What is your favorite thing about your career?
When I was 7 years old, my neighbor who is still the weather man at KENS5 in San Antonio took a group of us to the station. When I felt the energy and the buzz in the newsroom, I instantly fell in love. It was at that moment, that I knew I was going to be a "news lady." Fast forward 20 years later, I'm interviewing at ABC13 and I felt the same buzz, the same energy. All of a sudden, I was that 7-year-old girl falling in love all over again. I'm proud to be a part of such an amazing team filled with genuine and talented journalists.
Who are your idols?
Selena Quinantilla-Perez and Oprah
What do you always have to have with you?
Hairspray and red lipstick
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