Breanna Molloy, KXXV News Channel 25

Breanna Molloy

KXXV News Channel 25

Waco, TX, United States

Contact Breanna

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • KXXV News Channel 25
  • WCPO
  • KNXV
  • Denver7 News
  • ABC 13 Las Vegas
  • WXYZ Detroit
  • News 5 Cleveland
  • 23ABC News
  • NewsChannel 5
  • and more…

Past articles by Breanna:

Public hearing scheduled for new children's home in Waco

The Reagan is holding a public hearing to answer questions and concerns from the community about a new children’s shelter opening in Waco. → Read More

Central Texans travel to Ukraine border to fight human trafficking

As millions of women and children flee across the Ukraine border, a Waco nonprofit and a local detective are reaching out to help. His efforts have led to interviews on Investigation Discovery and Dr. Phil. → Read More

Non-profit 'Amy's House' helps patients afford life-saving transplant surgeries in Temple

Central Texas non-profit that offers housing for transplant recipients, donors, and families is named after speech therapist who served kids with autism in Temple, Belton, and Killeen. → Read More

Local musician overcomes hearing loss to pursue dream of teaching music

“Surgery was awful because every time I went in it meant general anesthesia, my head was getting shaved, and I was sick as a dog,” remembers Hillary. → Read More

Amid pandemic, doctors at Baylor Scott and White

Baylor Scott and White Medical Center in Temple set a record. Even while balancing extra demands from COVID-19, the doctors were able to help nearly 200 patients receive a life-saving organ transplant in 2021. → Read More

Dentists see spike in cracked teeth amid pandemic

Dr. Locke believes the increase is tied to higher stress levels during the pandemic. → Read More

Waco YMCA launches program to help people control high blood pressure

The Waco YMCA is starting an initiative to help people get their blood pressure under control; the key to the program is accountability. → Read More

Doctor warns against unnecessary testing amid COVID testing shortage

As supply struggles to keep up with demand, a Waco doctor is giving some tips to help cut down on unnecessary testing for COVID-19. → Read More

Could doulas be the answer to improving birth outcomes in Central Texas?

Central Texas mother Grace Morris-John said she was inspired to become a doula after she had bad experiences with the births of her first two children. → Read More

Hoping to lasso a bright future: Mhyrun Hurst Junior's story

Mhyrun Hurst Junior may be sitting tall in the saddle now, but a while back things were a little different. → Read More

Vietnam War military working dog lives on in Veteran's memories

Johnny Johnson and his scout dog Princess were part of the largest deployment of military working dogs in United States Military history. → Read More

Police: North College Hill student secretly recorded sex with girl, shared it

North College Hill police said an 18-year-old secretly recorded himself having sex with a 14-year-old and then sent it to his friends. → Read More

It's about time: Union Terminal reopens Saturday with refurbished clock

The restoration wouldn't have been complete without overhauling and fine-tuning the familiar neon clock on the facade. → Read More

Man sold drugs that caused 2 fatal overdoses, 2 non-fatal ODs, police say

Authorities arrested a man who they said was responsible for four overdoses, including two that were fatal. → Read More

Union Terminal fountain restored to its original glory ahead of reopening

The entire fountain was completely removed to restore the waterproofing and replace the decades-old plumbing system. → Read More

Beech Grove Cemetery cleanup helps man find parents' unmarked graves

Gordon Holcomb spent decades walking Beech Grove Cemetery row by row, searching for his parents' names on headstones. → Read More

Helping all voters get to the polls for midterm elections

Some groups are offering free rides and child care on Election Day. → Read More

WAVE Foundation at Newport Aquarium brings sea creatures to classrooms

The hands-on program earned them a "top honors" award from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums for creatively teaching science. → Read More

Judge considering whether to hear transgender teens' name change lawsuit

The families of the three teens are suing a judge who issued a ruling earlier this year refusing to allow a name change. → Read More

Ohio law could require teen drivers to spend a full year with a learner's permit

A law pending in Ohio's state congress could extend the amount of time teens must spend with a provisional driver's license before they get their real one. → Read More