School. KUGR Pullman. Wazzu's Wired Rock. '83-'86. Paid starting in August of '86. Spokane first, until 1993, then Tri-Cities and Yakima. We rock out weekdays 3-7pm. I was born and raised in Yakima and it's great to be on my home-town rock station. I graduated from Carroll High School in 1983 and attended Washington State University. I have a special place in my heart for Pearl Jam and am a proud member of the 12th Man. I am a beaming Papa of 2 kiddos, boy 18, and girl 15, who I get to help raise everyday. I'm very grateful for the blessings they and my love of a dozen years provide in my life. I am passionate about the arts, sports and travel both in the USA and abroad. Raising cash and awareness for the Alzheimer's Association is vital to me too. It is my honor to help carry and pass the rock torch through the radio generations. It's a responsibility I do not take lightly. Thank you for rocking. Thank you for listening.
History and Vegas Are Against the Seahawks Making the Super Bowl
There is only one instance in the history of the franchise where Seattle reached the conference championship game as a wild card and that was back when the Seahawks were still in the AFC...the 1983 season where they shocked the Dolphins in Miami before succumbing to the eventual Super Bowl Champions…
Predicting Potential Permanence for Pendleton Drone Range
Pendleton is patiently positioned and poised to proactively pounce when prompted by the drone market.
Full Military Honors for R. Lee Ermey at Arlington January 18
He died back in April but his Arlington Cemetery full service veteran funeral is scheduled for January 18.
Washington Drivers Overwhelmingly Understand Impairment Dangers
Most Washingtonians are educated about impairment driving and the numbers on interventions before driving after drinking/drugging are eye-opening, too.
Wazzu Research Says it’s Healthy to Argue in Front of Your Kids
Kids can detect "emotional residue" from their parents if they hide something.
Here are Award-Winning Panoramic Photographs for 2018
Your iPhone can take pictures. But not like this.
Led Zeppelin Played Spokane 50 Years Ago Today
A newspaper reporter misunderstood the name of the band and printed "Len Zefflin" would be opening for Vanilla Fudge at Gonzaga University on Dec. 30, 1968.
Washington State Parks to Feature Two Free Days in January
The first free day is Tuesday, Jan. 1, for the First Day Hike, the second free day is Monday, Jan. 21, in honor of the MLK Jr. holiday.
This Bud is Literally for You — Cannabis-Infused Budweiser Coming?
The $100 million project will study non-alcoholic drinks containing cannabidiol, or CBD, and THC, the cannabis compound known for its psychoactive effects.
Watch Secretary Mattis Deliver Final Christmas Message to the Troops
Watch Richland's James Mattis deliver his final Christmas message to the troops as Secretary of Defense.
General James Mattis is Now Leaving the Pentagon at Years End
Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan will replace General James Mattis of Richland on January 1.
Almost $1Million Allegedly Embezzled From Silverwood Theme Park
A grand jury in Idaho has indicted two people who worked for Silverwood Theme Park with stealing nearly $1 million from the company.