I was born and raised right here in the Yakima Valley and consider myself lucky to have spent my entire broadcast career at KIT Radio. My wife Sandy have been married since 1995 and have five great kids, all adopted out of foster care. I enjoy travel, getting to the gym for a workout, our children's activities, and using my skills in the kitchen. I'm a bit of a history buff, and am a hereditary member of Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. My favorite movie of all time is "The Godfather," and my current TV favorites include "Person of Interest," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Duck Dynasty."
Yakima Police Department Names Its Officer of the Year
The Yakima Police Department (YPD) has announced that Detective Chad Janis is their 2014 Officer of the Year.
Another Coffee-With-a-Cop Get-Together Coming Up on April 3 [AUDIO]
The Yakima Police Department (YPD) will host another opportunity for community members to get to know its officers in a one-on-one setting this Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m at McDonalds at 16th and Lincoln in Yakima.
Safety Zone Flagger Training Back at YVCC
Yakima Valley Community College will offer an all-day Flagger Certification Training on April 17.
YVCC to Hold Aerospace Machining Technology Open House
Yakima Valley Community College will give prospective students a look at the program on April 17.
Look for Delays on I-82 East of Selah Monday and Tuesday
Starting next week, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) crews will be cleaning the Naches and Yakima River bridges on I-82 east of Selah.
YVCC Allied Health Tech Programs to Offer Career Information Session
The sessions will be held the first Tuesday of every month, April through August, in the Allied Health Technology Building on Yakima Vallley Community College's Yakima campus.
Vegetarian Cooking School Coming to Yakima [AUDIO]
This eight week course begins on March 31 and happens each Tuesday evening through May 19.
Legislators Talk About Education and Other Issues [AUDIO]
State House members Norm Johnson and Sharon Santos talked about this years legislative session and education issues when they were guests on Newstalk KIT Tuesday morning.
Two YVCC Students Named to All-Washington Academic Team
Yakima Valley Community College has announced that Daphne Fisher and Matthew Ellenberger will be honored with other team members on Thursday. March 26 at a ceremony in Olympia.
Stretch of Fair Avenue to be Closed During Sewer Installation Monday
The installation of new sewer service to a retail business will result in daytime closures of a portion of Fair Avenue during the first three days of this week.
Reminder: Washington Drivers Have to Remove Studded Tires by March 31
As spring approaches across the state, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) reminds drivers to remove their studded tires by midnight Sunday, March 31.
Rep. Newhouse Announces 2015 Congressional High School Art Competition
Are you a high school artist living in the 4th Congressional District? Your congressman is going to give you a chance to show your stuff!