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Dallas joined the FOX8 family as a morning web producer in May 2016.

After attending the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for four years, he worked as a community reporter at the Reidsville Review for a year and a half.

Beginning his career as a sports reporter, Dallas quickly turned his attention to the news side of the industry and never looked back.

As morning web producer, his job duties include producing web content on MyFOX8.com, running the station’s social media platforms and keeping an eye on the latest breaking news in the area.

When he’s not working, Dallas loves to play bass, watch movies, attend church and spend time with his wife. He’s also an avid sports fan and enjoys watching his beloved Atlanta Braves.


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    With each new film, Marvel Studios continues to impress and put every other studio to shame. With “Black Panther,” Marvel took that notion and raised it ten-fold with a bold, ambitious and tasteful film for the ages. “Black Panther,” which picks up after 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War,” follows T’Challa as he looks to avenge the loss of his dad and take his place as the king of Wakanda. The plot, which is simple and works mainly as an origin […]

  • ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ finds huge success in taking risks

    If you’ve spent even five minutes looking up “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Google, you’ve probably seen hundreds of opinions either glorifying the “cinematic masterpiece” or damning the film for taking more risks than it’s predecessor, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.” If that’s the case, please stop. Put down the phone, drive to your nearest theater and buy a ticket — this movie is best experienced if you make your own educated conclusion before jumping on […]

  • ‘Wonder’ is a kind, heartwarming coming-of-age film with a resounding message

    “I think there should be a rule that everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their lives.” — Auggie Pullman “Wonder” was absolutely wonderful. It was beautiful, moving and everything a book-to-film adaptation should be. The movie stayed true to the novel and found little ways to avoid frustrating drama cliches — keeping its cinematic integrity intact. The film, directed by Stephen Chbosky (“The Perks of Being a Wallflower), is based on the incredible […]

  • ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ holds steady with excellent cast, derails everywhere else

    For whatever reason, I typically love or hate movies — there’s rarely a feeling in between. But, I found that balance with “Murder on the Orient Express,” which created a somewhat satisfying movie experience. The film, based on Agatha Christie’s wildly popular novel of the same name, is a murder mystery that takes place on a train in Europe. After a man is killed, one of the world’s greatest detectives, who also happens to be on the train, steps in […]

  • Names of 26 killed in Texas church shooting released

    SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas — The Texas Department of Public Safety released the names Wednesday afternoon of the 26 people killed inside a small Texas church on Sunday. They were identified as: Robert Scott Marshall, 56 Karen Sue Marshall, 56 Keith Allen Braden, 62 Tara E. McNulty, 33 Annabelle Renae Pomeroy, 14 Peggy Lynn Warden, 56 Dennis Neil Johnson, Sr.; 77 Sara Johns Johnson, 68 Lula Woicinski White, 71 Joann Lookingbill Ward, 30 Brooke Bryanne Ward, 5 Robert Michael Corrigan, 51 […]

  • ‘Friend Request’ a forgettable social media mess

    I’m probably going to lose Facebook friends of my own after this review, but I have to be blunt: “Friend Request” was horrible. The movie, which pulls out all of the cheap jump scares, is about a popular college student, Laura, who befriends, both in person and on Facebook, a social outcast named Marina. After Marina becomes obsessed with Laura, the two get into an argument and Laura decides to unfriend her. Days after the incident, Marina mysteriously takes her […]

  • Man who didn’t want to drink alone allegedly breaks into home with beer

    STEWARTSTOWN, Pa. — A Pennsylvania man is accused of breaking into a woman’s home with a 12-pack of beer so that he didn’t have to drink alone. At about 10:10 p.m. on Sept. 12, officers went to a home in Stewartstown in reference to a possibly intoxicated man banging on a door and windows, according to the York Daily Record. Police eventually found 39-year-old Sean Patrick Haller inside a woman’s apartment. Documents say Haller had walked into the woman’s apartment […]

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    It’s rare that I consider a film to be fun and horrifying. Let me rephrase that: “I never find movies to be both fun and horrifying.” But, I thought “It” did an exceptional job of drawing me in from the get-go, keeping me interested and pushing a few laughs out along the way. “It,” based on Stephen King’s wildly popular novel of the same name, takes place in the town of Derry. When local children begin disappearing, a group of […]

  • ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ tops expectations as sensational series ends

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  • ‘Spider-Man’ makes his triumphant return to the big screen

    Welcome back, Spidey. It’s been nearly 13 years since the last quality “Spider-Man” movie (“Spider-Man 2,” directed by Sam Raimi) was released, so it didn’t take much to get me excited when I heard my favorite web-slinger was making his way back to the big screen as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Nearly a month after DC released “Wonder Woman,” Marvel released a summer blockbuster of its own in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and showed the film industry how tight its […]

  • Not even Tom Cruise could save Universal’s ‘The Mummy’ reboot

    Growing up, few things were as entertaining as “The Mummy.” The third installation of the series, which debuted in 1999, was never anything special, but the movies played their part, offered an interesting backstory and rambled on just enough to keep me coming for more. When I heard about a reboot with Tom Cruise, a sense of childhood nostalgia took over me and I couldn’t wait for what was in store. But on Friday, I was presented with one of […]

  • DC wins this summer’s best superhero film in ‘Wonder Woman’ — and it’s only June

    Although the bitter taste of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” still lingers in my mouth, DC’s release of “Wonder Woman” more than makes up for their past misfires. As Marvel continues its recent box office dominance, it looks as if DC finally has a contender to add to its ever-growing universe — one that could help even the playing field, if only a little. “Wonder Woman,” the fourth film in the DC Extended Universe (“Man of Steel,” “Batman v Superman: […]