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!
Idaho Police Captain Threatens License Seizure Of Reopened Bar
A phone call to the Hardware Brewery went unanswered Tuesday morning, but the recorded message did say the business in open for dine-in Thursday through Sunday.
Magic Valley Senior Drive-Up Parade As Good As It Gets For Now
I say just give them their diplomas next week.
New Twin Falls Video Set To A ‘Cars’ Song Has Some Great Shots
Fans of the movie "Fast times at Ridgemont High," will recognize the song as the intro to the famous pool exit scene by actress Phoebe Cates.
New Twin Falls Co. COVID-19 Cases Topped All In State Last Week
Ada and Blaine Counties still have more cases, but it was alarming to read this on Sunday. There are still a large number of people not taking the virus seriously.
‘We’re Here'; Episode Of HBO Drag Show Shot In Twin Falls Debuts
BOOM, I see three drag queens walking in downtown Twin Falls, one of them cracking a whip.
Slithering On Rise In Idaho As Rattler Season Begins
For those that have been actively spending time outdoors in Idaho during this current Coronavirus pandemic, having your six-foot bubble invaded by another human is no longer the only thing you need to be cautious of while hiking throughout southern Idaho.
Nearly Half Of Idaho Unemployed; U.S. At Great Depression Levels
New United States employment data has now confirmed that the Coronavirus has had an economic impact on the country that has not been experienced in 80 years.
Snake River Kayaker Shows Twin Falls How To Social-Distance
Right now, it appears the vast majority of people in Twin Falls are choosing to social distance at two places. Those being Home Depot and Lowe's.
Any Idahoans Want To Defend Earth? Trump’s ‘Space Force’ Ad Out
No human being can resist someone who responds to the question, "What kind of work do you do?," with the words, "I'm a Space Force Ranger."
Finding A Twin Falls Uber Driver Could Get Hard; 3,700 Jobs Cut
Uber currently employs approximately 21,000 drivers and office staff, with over 90 million people using its service monthly.
The Twin Falls Cinco De Mayo Rice And Tequilla Shortage Of 2020
"Please wait outside," one employee yelled to the guy who came in right behind me. "We are over capacity,"
Please Help Find: 13-Yr-Old Cassia County Boy Last Contact May 3
A southern Idaho teenager has been recently added to a statewide database for missing juveniles.