Susy Solis is an Emmy-nominated journalist who has been in the North Texas news market since 2007. Prior to joining the KRLD News Team, you might have seen Susy reporting for Dallas television stations NBC5 and CBS11.
Susy began her career in radio, working overnights while she attended the University of Texas El Paso. Eventually she was chosen to host “Mike and Susy Mornings” on 93.1 FM KSII in El Paso, Texas, Susy’s hometown. From there, Susy made the transition into television news, anchoring the morning show at KTSM, the NBC affiliate in El Paso, where she covered the 100 year flood that hit the town in 2006.
Susy landed in North Texas in 2007, working as a reporter and fill-in anchor at NBC5. She covered some of the most notable stories in North Texas at the time, including the murder of a District Attorney in Kaufman County, the drug war in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, the Super Bowl in North Texas and the Mavericks Championship Season, among others. Susy then moved onto CBS11 where her investigative piece on the death of a Fort Worth man influenced how nursing homes are regulated across the state.
After leaving television news in 2014, Solis began doing media training, coaching and consulting for police and fire departments, federal agencies, professional athletes and executives across the country.
Susy found her new home on the KRLD’s airwaves where she anchors afternoon drive from 3pm-7pm Monday through Friday.
When she’s not gathering stories, Susy is spending time with her family, volunteering for the Irving Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, doing yoga and traveling the world. Susy is a fluent Spanish speaker and die-hard sports fan.