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."
Busted: Local, Federal Officials Raid Two Yakima Smoking Accessory Shops
Two Yakima smoke shops were served with search warrants and six people were arrested Thursday in the culmination of an 18-month investigation into the sale of synthetic drugs.
YVCC to Host Financial Aid Information Session
Yakima Valley Community College will host a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)/Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) information session on Jan. 20 from 6-8 p.m. in the Hopf Union Building on YVCC's Yakima campus.
YVCC Alumni Association Seeking Nominations for Alumnus of the Year
The Yakima Valley Community College Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the annual Distinguished Alumnus Award. The award will be presented at the YVCC commencement ceremony in June.
Classic VW Will Be Given Away Thursday — Ticket Sales Benefit American Legion Baseball
New Year’s Day at Parker Field, the Yakima Pepsi Beetles American Legion Baseball Program will draw the winning name for a classic 1972 Volkswagen Super Beetle.
Applications for Forest Service Summer Jobs Begin Jan. 6
If you're considering a summer job in one of Washington's National Forests, the application process starts next week.
Here’s the Information on Seahawks’ Playoff Tickets
Season ticket holders and Blue Pride waiting list members had the first chance to score Seattle Seahawks playoff tickets Monday morning, and a limited number of tickets are going on sale to the public Tuesday.
Forest Service to Host Workshop For Summer Job Applicants
Ever wanted to spend a summer working in the great outdoors? The U.S. Forest Service will be holding a workshop next month for those interested in doing just that.
Yakima Police Report Tuesday Evening Carjacking
The Yakima Police Department says that the incident Tuesday evening on West Yakima Avenue could be related to another carjacking that took place earlier in the day.
YVCC to Offer Truck Driver Training Again in January
Yakima Valley Community College will offer another opportunity for people to learn to drive big rigs at their Grandview campus next month.
Yakima Lighted Christmas Parade Attracts Large Crowds [VIDEO]
Hundreds of people lined Yakima Avenue Sunday night to take in the 2014 edition of the Lighted Christmas Parade.
Vigil in Yakima to Remember Missing Mexican Students
Yakima will join 43 cities across the nation Wednesday afternoon in honoring the lives and memories of 43 college students who went missing in Mexico earlier this year.
Here’s a Simple Tip to Make Your Vehicle Safer to Drive at Night [VIDEO]
A "household remedy" that can save you some serious money and make your car much safer to drive during winter's longer night times and bad weather conditions.