It’s always nice to see a comedian who got their start in their native home of Dallas return to entertain the masses who helped boost their career. Technically, comedian Steve Treviño is from Portland, Texas but he got his big break in Dallas. So that still counts. Any city would be proud to claim Treviño as his native no matter what it actually says on his birth certificate thanks to the milestones and accomplishments he’s reached in his 18 years in comedy. He toured clubs in towns like Corpus Christi and Dallas with stories about growing up in a Hispanic family in a small Texas town before talent scouts in Dallas discovered him and and gave him his first national tour on the Three Amigos Comedy Tour. Since he made that big, scary move to Los Angeles, he’s also scored sets on CBS’ “The Late Late Show,” Byron Allen’s “Comics Unleashed” and “BET Comic View” and written for shows like “Mind of Mencia” and Pitbull’s “La Esquina.” He’s also had two comedy specials including “Grandpa Joe’s Son” on Showtime and “Relatable” for Netflix. You can see him live at the Arlington Improv located at 309 Curtis Mathes Way at 8 p.m. Thursday , 8 and 10:30 p.m. Friday, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are between $15 and $27 depending on showtimes and available seating and can be purchased at the box office or online at improvarlington.com.