Leslie Draffin, KCEN News

Leslie Draffin


Temple, TX, United States

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Past articles by Leslie:

"We're not calling him 'Toto' today" | Salado resident who lost home in tornado thankful dog survived

"My neighbor called me and she said our house is gone, " said Debbie Livengood. → Read More

Salado community coming together after tornado swept through town

The South Shore neighborhood in Salado, Texas received major damage after Tuesday's EF-3 tornado hit the area. → Read More

Your Best Life | New birthing option provides holistic approach to childbirth, postpartum care

The Starting Place is a new birthing center in Bell County supporting mother's through birth and beyond. → Read More

Your Best Life | Summer mocktails for your Independence Day cookout

Celebrate all summer long, without the hangover, with these flavor-packed mocktails. They're perfect for Independence Day and beyond. → Read More

McLane Children's gets second facility dog to help children during life's scariest moments

McLane Children's hospital in Temple is using one dog to befriend children during life's scariest moments. → Read More

Menstrual health coach talks understanding your cycle

This week, we're getting a little more personal and talking about periods. So ladies this one is especially for you. → Read More

The importance of morning rituals

In this week's Your Best Life, 6 New Anchor Leslie Draffin talks about morning rituals and why they're so important. → Read More

Lessen food waste and save money

Imperfect Foods is an online grocery store that takes perfectly good food and keeps it from going to waste. → Read More

The survival and recovery of a dog named Miracle

Her survival and recovery is nothing short of a Miracle - which is also her name. → Read More

Having a hard time sleeping lately? Here are a few tips to help you doze off.

The coronavirus pandemic and its effects have been a source of sleepless nights for many people. So, we spoke with an expert to see how you can catch some sleep. → Read More

Clifton man convicted of wife's 1985 murder speaks after being released on parole

Bryan walked out of prison and into freedom for the first time in three decades Tuesday. → Read More

Temple woman shares story of recovery from Covid-19

Kathryn Hermans was in Scotland, traveling with family when she said she caught the coronavirus. → Read More

Beating boredom during self-quarantine with kid-friendly crafts

Maria Reed, the 2019 Fort Hood Military Spouse of the year, showed us three, quick crafts to keep kids entertained. → Read More

Robotic cats and dogs help dementia patients live their best lives

Serendipity Fine Tea and Delicacies in Salado is helping dementia patients live their best lives by raising money to provide robotic pets to memory care facilities. → Read More

On the Border and Tito’s partner up to raise money for Canine Companions for Independence

CCI is a national non-profit that provides assistance dogs, free of charge, to adults, children and veterans with disabilities. → Read More

A day in the life of Central Texas influencers

These influencers explain why collaboration is more important than competition in making a living in social media. → Read More

Aerial yoga, the fun fitness trend

Valentine's Day is coming up, so 6 News Anchor Leslie Draffin took her fiance on a high-flying date, to try aerial yoga. → Read More

U.S. Army Military Spouse of the Year brings Valentine's Day craft ideas

6 News Anchor Leslie Draffin and 2019 U.S. Army Military Spouse of the Year, Maria Reed, show you two no-sew crafts perfect for last-minute V-day gifts. → Read More

National Heart Month, you can't manage what you don't measure

In this edition of Your Best Life, 6 News Anchor Leslie Daffin headed to the doctor to find out her health numbers. → Read More

Conviction Stands: Appeals court denies Clifton man's request for new trial in murder of his wife

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals denied Joe Bryan's request for a new trial in the 1985 murder of his wife. → Read More