Born in Seattle, raised in Montana, I fell in love with radio when I was in high school. Not just radio, but the idea of “being on the radio!” When Montana Tech students went home for the summer I got to run the local 10-watt operation on campus! Auditions were held and at age 16 I got my own radio show. It was only three hours a week and for no pay, but it was just the experience I needed to get on a commercial broadcast station and actually get paid for it! Over the years, radio has shown me the great United States of America, landing jobs from Florida to Alaska, including Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Detroit. Having been with KORD for going on 9 years now, I feel at home here. I've MC'd the Turkey Trot in Columbia Park for more Thanksgiving mornings than I can remember and every year I am a part of local pet adoption events. You might think that when the broadcast day is over I've simply had enough, but most evenings I kick on the ol' ham radio in my garage and talk to folks near and far. My wife is my high school girlfriend. She graduated the year before I did and we ended up going separate ways. She later married someone else, as did I. We both raised our families and lost contact with each other. 20 years later I got divorced, so did she and you guessed it...we found each other again. Life's kind of funny that way sometimes, and we've never been happier.
Graduating Seniors, WSDOT Wants You!
Good benefits, good pay.
The Mystery Of the Couch In the Yakima River
A job for Dive Rescue?
Flying Mattress Shatters Windshield on I-182
Darn near killed someone!
Fake Cops Accidentally Call Real Cops to Scam for Money
Washington State Gears Up to Battle Murder Hornets Again
This time it's serious.
Today (3/17) is One Of the Deadliest Days to Drive
St. Patrick's Day.
Sea-Tac Airport First Ever to Offer Alcohol Shots
Shot Bar now open.
Boat Races Back ON for 2021! Maybe.
Massive Snow Dump Headed To the Blues and Cascades (Again!)
But there's good news...
First Time Buyers Surge Gun Sales in Washington
Many are women.
WSP Has Openings for 911 Dispatchers
"What is your emergency?"