A graduate of Wenatchee High School, I moved to Spokane in 1990 and worked as a producer and editor of the KXLY 920 Morning News over 18 years. The field of Information Technology piqued my interest, and I left broadcasting to work I-T for various businesses. I decided to return to broadcast journalism and work as a broadcaster and content creator for Townsquare Media - Newsradio 560 KPQ and now Newsradio 610 KONA. I have three beautiful children who’ve grown to be amazing young women. I like to spend my time enjoying the great outdoors, disc golfing, fishing, hiking, and camping.
Inclusive Elements Added to Kennewick’s Playground of Dreams
New playground amenities will make it easier for everyone in the community to play and engage in the same space.
Washington Trooper Shot in Face Eager to Get Back to Work
Doctors admitted the procedure wasn’t as simple as they may have conveyed
Snoqualmie Pass to Close for Rock Blasting
Check time. Drivers will be delayed.
Man Who Barely Escaped Elk, WA Fire Expected To Recover
Knutson is currently recovering at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
Road Fatalities in Washington on Pace For All-Time High
Despite 2023 fatality numbers on track to eclipse last year's totals, there have been fewer crashes this year.
Washington DNR to Boaters and Drone Operators: Stop interfering!
DNR officials stress "firefighting operations are more important than those 12 likes you'll get on Instagram."
Petition To Return Spring Bear Hunting in Washington Denied
Washington was one of only eight states in the country that still allowed a spring bear hunt
“Oppenheimer” sparks interest in Hanford Tours
The plutonium produced at the site was used in the atomic bomb that dropped on Nagasaki, Japan
Fewer People Moving To Washington State Than In Years Past
At 1.35%, Franklin County's growth numbers are similar to those statewide.
Wenatchee School Board Mulls Mercado
The project would align with the Hispanic and Latino population.