Steve Fullhart KBTX

Steve Fullhart KBTX Anchor/Executive Producer | KBTX Media | Bryan/College Station, TX

Steve Fullhart anchors News 3 at Six and Ten, and serves as an executive producer. He joined the Brazos Valley’s news leader in May 2004 and has anchored, reported for and produced every newscast at KBTX over his time at the station. Steve previously anchored News 3's weekend newscasts, then Brazos Valley This Morning. In September 2011, he helped launch First News at Four with his co-anchor, Karla Castillo, and in 2012, he began anchoring News 3 at Five. Before anchoring, he was the station's lead reporter.

01/13/2017

I’m writing to let you know that I’ve resigned from KBTX. I’ve made the choice for now to pursue opportunities outside of television news.

When I first came to the Brazos Valley in May 2004, I could have never imagined the length of my tenure and the breadth of the experiences I have had here. I knew quickly that this is a special place. It grew quickly to be a place I love, and love to call home. For a military brat who moved quite a bit growing up, I cherish my roots here.

I have had the chance to get to know our communities at home, the fine people who make them great and the stories that shape them. At times, I’ve traveled this state, reporting from its biggest cities and its smallest towns on a wide range of issues and events that impact us here. I’ve gone to this state’s capitol and to the nation’s in order to hear from those you have sent to represent you. I spent two weeks in Afghanistan to bring you stories of Texans and Aggies in one war, and spent a week in Belgium to show you a remembrance of Aggies who had served in another. Come January 20, I will have covered five presidents and had the chance to ask questions of three. I helped helm a football pre-game show that found its way onto screens in Aggieland and beyond. And I spent a weekend in New York around a young man who would win a Heisman.

If you would have told me nearly 13 years ago that I would have had all these opportunities and so, so many more here, I likely wouldn’t have believed it. I’m awe-struck by what I’ve had the chance to do.

Having been a part of many versions of the KBTX team, I can tell you without hesitation that the one in place now is easily one of the finest in my time here, and surely, one of the finest in our station’s six decades serving the Brazos Valley. In a time where journalists and media organizations have come under scrutiny – some deserved, some not – you should be proud of News 3, its professionals and their search for information. Continue to trust this family to give you what you need to make the best choices for you and your family each day.

I’ve picked up a few honors from my peers over the years, but the biggest honor I can ever get is from a viewer who has a compliment, a “thank you” or a prayer. I’ve been blessed to get so many of those. They have bolstered me. I’m forever thankful for your viewership and your support. Beyond asking you to stick with the great team at KBTX, my only other request would be for any thoughts and prayers you would offer me during this time.

I’m truly, humbly excited about what’s to come for me, and I hope you will be, too.

From the bottom of my very full heart, I thank you.

We're continuing to update this developing story on-air and online as information becomes available. Stay with KBTX Medi...
12/22/2016
Manhunt for gunman who shot Bryan police officer expands

We're continuing to update this developing story on-air and online as information becomes available. Stay with KBTX Media for the very latest.

WHAT WE KNOW ---> kbtx.com/a?a=407874795

Multiple law enforcement agencies are sweeping Bryan neighborhoods and urging residents to stay out of the area as they try to find the gunman who shot a police officer following a convenience store robbery Thursday morning.

Lost a big part of my sports life since the late 80s today. So many sports fans lost a TV friend. Craig Sager wore color...
12/15/2016
Jimmy V Award: Craig Sager's inspirational journey - ESPN Video

Lost a big part of my sports life since the late 80s today. So many sports fans lost a TV friend. Craig Sager wore colorful suits, had all the right questions at the right times, and fought cancer as a joyful warrior. His legacy will live on forever. #SagerStrong

Ron Howard narrates Craig Sager's battle with leukemia as the NBA reporter undergoes chemo in the morning before working a game that night -- then finally works an NBA Finals game.

Some perspective on KBTX's coverage of Tuesday's events at Texas A&M from our general manager... kbtx.com/a?a=405516696
12/08/2016
The Wright Response: December 8, 2016

Some perspective on KBTX's coverage of Tuesday's events at Texas A&M from our general manager... kbtx.com/a?a=405516696

KBTX General Manager Mike Wright comments on our coverage of a controversial event.

12/06/2016
Roland Martin Goes Toe-To-Toe With White Nationalist Richard Spencer

I'm back on First News at Four today to interview Aggie Roland Martin. His interview on his TV One show with white nationalist Richard Spencer made national headlines. Now, opposite Spencer's event on the A&M campus, Martin will be speaking at the Aggies United event at Kyle Field. We'll talk about both.

In a highly contested interview Roland Martin debates White Nationalist Richard Spencer a spokesman for the Alt-Right.

12/05/2016
Roland Martin Goes Toe-To-Toe With White Nationalist Richard Spencer

Tomorrow, I'll be on First News at Four as we cover the events taking place on the Texas A&M campus tomorrow. I'll be interviewing journalist, commentator and Aggie Roland Martin, who will be part of the Aggies United event at Kyle Field. Martin recently made headlines for his interview with white nationalist Richard Spencer on Martin's TV One show.

In a highly contested interview Roland Martin debates White Nationalist Richard Spencer a spokesman for the Alt-Right.

I'm watching KBTX Sports right now as Verne Lundquist calls his last SEC football game, and I'm thinking back to the hal...
12/03/2016
Verne Lundquist on his final season calling SEC football, A&M in the SEC

I'm watching KBTX Sports right now as Verne Lundquist calls his last SEC football game, and I'm thinking back to the half-hour I got to spend with him before the Aggies' first game of the season. Here's my chat with the legend, one I'll always treasure.

With more than 50 years in sports broadcasting, Verne Lundquist will be relinquishing his duties calling SEC football on CBS Sports.

In case you missed it, want to see it again, or want to listen to the whole chat, here's a link to the latest installmen...
11/18/2016
Xplained: Texas A&M Corps Commandant Gen. Joe Ramirez

In case you missed it, want to see it again, or want to listen to the whole chat, here's a link to the latest installment of Xplained featuring Commandant, Corps of Cadets, Texas A&M University.

By his own admission, Joe Ramirez could have been dead a long time ago.

Here's my story from yesterday on the opening of the preview for the From Bastogne to Texas / Texas Aggies Go To War exh...
11/12/2016
Aggie war exhibit once in Belgium now on Texas A&M's campus in preview

Here's my story from yesterday on the opening of the preview for the From Bastogne to Texas / Texas Aggies Go To War exhibit, and the ideas for its growth in the future.

An exhibit spotlighting Aggie service during World War II that called Belgium home for a year-and-a-half has now found its way to the Texas A&M campus.

11/09/2016

For those who counted on KBTX Media on Election Night, thank you very much. A few close local races certainly made it an intriguing night. Thanks for making us a part of it.

An update on a story I was on the scene for Friday night...
11/06/2016
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An update on a story I was on the scene for Friday night...

New details have been released on a deadly shooting in Grimes County Friday.

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