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Erica Rico

Hey y'all! I'm Erica Rico from The New 93Q Morning Zoo.

I was born into a huge family in Arizona where I learned to cook and speak my mind!  However, since I have an undying love for George Strait, football, and big ole' trucks, it only made sense that I move to Texas, which is exactly what I did in 2005.

I absolutely love it here in Houston and never, ever, want to leave! Luckily for me, my family feels the same way about Houston as I do.  I have four wonderful children, Danielle, Alex, Ricky and Dallas.  My kids raise animals (a steer and some hogs right now), so going to the barn twice a day every day has been a new experience for me, but I secretly love it.

What do I do in my free time?  What's free time?  Did you not read that I have four kids?  Haha.  Oh you mean, the time we all have left over after working, taking care of kids, cooking, cleaning, helping with homework, being a taxi, and organizing our families? In that case, I enjoy reading, cooking, coaching my kid’s sports teams, watching football, working at the barns and shopping.

Some of my favorite things about working here is - of course - all of the country music, getting to talk to and meet artist, being able to compete in rodeo events like the HLSR Wild Cow Milking Championship (2010 Champion), but my favorite part is putting Tim and Kevin in their place.  Hey, someone has to, and I’m just the person for the job!    

I love y’all!

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Kenny Chesney Day

Kenny Chesney in Concert!
  • The Sound of Summer at BBVA Compass Stadium!
  • Memorial Day Weekend Marks the Start of Summer so have some Fun in the Sun with Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen & Chase Rice on Friday, May 22!

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Exclusive Pre-Party:
  • It's a FREE Kenny Chesney Pre-Party with Aaron Watson live atWarehouse Live on May 22nd at 4pm.
  • If you are on the way to the Kenny Chesney show at BBVA Compass Stadium later that night- this is YOUR Free Pre-Party.
  • All Ages and you don't need a ticket.
  • You don't even need to be going to the Kenny show - you can just stop on by.

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Bake these mint chocolate chip cookies on Thanksgiving

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Betty Crocker has an incredible recipe for Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies. Enjoy!

You will need:1 pouch Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix½ cup butter or margarine, softened¼ to ½ teaspoon mint extract6 to 8 drops green food coloring1 egg1 cup crème de menthe baking chips1 cup semisweet chocolate chunks

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Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl, stir cookie mix, butter, mint extract, food coloring and egg until they form a soft dough. Stir in crème de menthe baking chips and chocolate chunks.

Use a teaspoon or small cookie scoop to drop dough about 2 inches apart on an ungreased cookie sheet.

Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until set. Cool 3 minutes, then transfer cookies to a wire rack.

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93Q Salvation Army

We’re partnering with The Salvation Army to turn all of our events this weekend into a cluster-wide flood relief effort.If you can make it out to one of these events, please do, we'd love to see you.

If you can't and would still like to donate, here is a direct link to the Houston Salvation Army

A donation to The Salvation Army will help those affected by the flooding in Houston by providing food, water, shelter and other basic neccessities.

Please make an emergency gift now — 100% of your donation goes to help those affected by this disaster.

Thank you for your support and for helping your Texas neighbors in need!The Salvation Army prefers cash/check donations.

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Houston’s devastating weather this week is being called the worst flooding since Tropical Storm Allison in 2001.  Some areas, including Meyerland and Greenspoint, were hit especially hard. Severals parts of the region experienced more than 15 inches of rain in less than 24 hours, according to county flood district gauges.

While gauges, cameras, and radar and help measure the weather, many Houstonians are using a relative new tool — drones — to help explore the extent of the damage. Below are some of the most striking videos caught by drones of the flooding across the Houston region this week.


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