Grew up in Los Angeles. Landed my first radio job in 1996 as a news anchor at KAAT/KTNS Oakhurst, CA, after graduating from the Academy of Radio & Television Broadcasting in southern California. I really enjoyed living on Cannery Row, in Monterey, after landing my second job in 1998 with KNRY. Prior to moving to Idaho, I spent 16 years as morning show co-host and production director for Star 94FM, north of Sacramento, in the Sierra Foothills. I also wrote for The Union Newspaper, in Nevada County, CA, part-time from 2009-10. I have a son and daughter, and hanging out with them is my favorite hobby. I also enjoy exploring the coast of the Western US. My life heavily revolves around my football team, the world champion Philadelphia Eagles, of which I’ve been pulling for since the 8th grade. GO BIRDS! And, the Smashing Pumpkins rule!
Remember When Ghost Adventures Passed Through Twin Falls ID?
In April of 2019, crew member Jay Wasley posted a picture of a favorite local Twin Falls waterfall. It's obvious the team enjoys coming to southern Idaho.
A Quartz Hotspot And Ghost Town Await North Of Twin Falls ID
The town was founded in 1877, and following years of failed attempts to unearth gold, silver was soon discovered in the area, which brought thousands of prospectors to the central Idaho site.
WATCH: Are These Eyes Staring Back At South Idaho Ghost Hunters?
The majority of sites these ghost hunting teams chose to investigate usually have one thing in common, and that's death. Locations that have dark histories such as battlefields and hospitals are usually visited by paranormal investigators.
WATCH: Did A Ghost Just Give A Shoutout To The Gem State?
Humans have been attempting to educate themselves on the subject of life after death for centuries. Reality shows like Ghost Hunters, which has been airing for almost 20 years now, have turned millions of people into novice specter inspectors.
This Could Be The Most Haunted Wedding Venue In Southern Idaho
One Victorian building on the grounds caught my attention, so I walked across the parking lot with my wife and son and proceeded to snoop around.
Idaho Dirt Bike Rider Says He Passed Skinwalker On Trail At Night
The rider claimed to have seen strange forms with his peripheral vision while blazing through a mountain that evening. He later heard from others that claims of these types of sightings were common where the group was camping out.
Southern Idaho Water Circus Ensues When Dog Abandons Ship
It took assistance from several other people enjoying the water to reunite the pet with its owner. The dog must have paddled for 10 minutes, dodging motors and floating humans, before it finally managed to get back into the kayak.
Seek Shade: First Summer Magic Valley Heatwave Arrives Friday
Magic Valley residents will want to attempt to get to the river or lake this weekend as triple-digit weather is on its way. The current forecast for the region is calling for highs to eclipse the 100-degree mark for three to four consecutive days beginning Friday.
There’s A Reason Deer Migration Signs Exist In Southern Idaho
These deer bridges you see throughout the state are a nice idea, but in no way do they mean you can continue flying down the highway passing one car after another and the deer will usher themselves safely across the road.
South Idaho Park Is Like A Hawaiian Island In The Desert
The trails lined with vegetation take visitors past stunning waterfalls, and the underground springs bubble down the rocky canyon walls making for fantastic photo opportunities; it's like a tiny, Hawaiian island just 40 minutes northwest of Twin Falls, and it's one of my favorite places to spend an afternoon in all of southern Idaho.
South Idaho Has Its First Rabies Case Of Season After Bat Tested
If you come into contact with one and believe you may have been bitten, it's important to seek medical care as soon as possible. Rabies can spread quickly through the body and can severely damage internal organs if untreated.
Bright, Odd-Shaped UFO Seen Over Mountains North Of Twin Falls
This region of Idaho is a popular camping and outdoor destination, so there could possibly be many more witnesses that may have seen the object on the evening of June 19 at approximately 10:30 P.M.