First radio gig was in school at KUGR Pullman -- Wazzu's Wired Rock from '83-'86. Paid starting in August of '86 in Spokane first until 1993, then Tri-Cities. Yakima and back to Spokane, too. We rock out weekdays 3-7pm. I was born and raised in Yakima. 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 father of two, a 20-year old son and my daughter is 17, both of whom I get to help navigate life, everyday. I'm very grateful for the blessings they bring as well as my partner in life and love for the past thirteen years. I am passionate about the arts, sports and travel -- both in the USA and abroad. 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.
Really? The Tinier a Man’s Package, the Bigger His Bank Account?
Well-endowed, or a giant endowment?
Mission Monopoly 2: Mandatory Metallica World Tour Board Game
Players are rewarded with sticks, picks, and snake pit passes, or fined with parking and stage repair fees.
The Tri-City Strong Giving Tuesday Radiothon 2.0 Grand Total is In
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO DONATED BIG OR SMALL!
Congressman Dan Newhouse is Getting a New Caucus for Christmas
The Congressional Western Caucus is the premiere organization advocating for rural policy issues throughout the West and beyond.
WA Healthy is the New Exposure Tool App Aiding the COVID-19 Fight
WA Notify is free and is said to be "secure, private and anonymous."
Richland Residents Numbering More Than 3000 are Assisting Police
Community And Police Groups are intended to encourage information sharing between neighbors and the Richland Police Department.
Gunshot Misses Kennewick Sleeping Child by Inches
About 11:30 a.m. a complaint was phoned in regarding shots fired in the 2100 block of N. Steptoe St. in Kennewick.
Love it When We Get to Name Stuff – Like a New Snow Tow Plow
"The Big Leplowski" joins "Plowie McPlow Plow" on the snowy roads this year.
Inslee Presser 11/24/20 – More Rapid Efficient Enforcement Coming
Gov. Inslee said the state will become more efficient in ways to shorten the process of fining businesses who don't comply with the latest round of restrictions.
Traffic Change Starts TODAY at CBC’s West Pasco COVID Test Site
The site continues to attract more people, and that means longer lines, as there were over 880 samples taken on Monday, November 23rd.
Tri-Cities Family Christmas Tree Spread Opening With 1000 Trees
Argent Street and Road 68 in Pasco beginning this Friday at 11:00 a.m. and then open seven days a week after that.
In Washington, 4.6% of All Driving Deaths Are Ice or Snow Related
70 percent of the nation's roads are located in regions that receive at least five inches of snowfall annually.