Bryan Mudd is a native of St. Louis, Missouri but is now a proud West Texan with a long journalistic history in Lubbock with more than 30 years in sports and news. A graduate of Oklahoma State University (but an avid fan of the Texas Tech Red Raiders), he made his way to West Texas as quickly as possible after spending eleven years covering sports for various stations including KAVU-TV in Victoria, Texas, KRBC-TV in Abilene, Texas and WITN-TV in Greenville, North Carolina. Bryan became the weeknight evening news anchor for KAMC in 2009 and was featured on ABC’s 20/20 in 2019 for the “Deadliest Dance” episode. As the host of the only local political show, “Talking Points,” Bryan covers a variety of topics with local leaders including debate issues, elections and laws affecting businesses and families here on the South Plains.
Bryan is a dedicated member of the community, volunteering and emceeing for several nonprofit and club organizations over the years including the American Cancer Society, Make-A-Wish North Texas, Purpose Medical Mission, Dream Center, the American Heart Association, YWCA, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Meals on Wheels, 34th Street Miracles Parade, Toys for Tots, Early Learning Center of Lubbock, Lubbock Women’s Club, Women in Communications and the Frenship Foundation Gala.
Bryan and his wife Sheri are the proud parents to three children, Tanner, Peyton and Olivia. In 2019 they welcomed Lacie to their family and are now the thrilled grandparents, or “Honey and Pop” to Riley.
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