I grew up in a suburb just outside Philadelphia, PA and fell in love with radio listening to the legendary Harry Kalas call Phillies baseball as a kid. I love sports, history, politics (human chess), a good Scotch, and am a bit of a foodie. I'm a big animal person and can't see my house without at least two dogs in it. I also believe in civil discourse and that we can coexist with different opinions. The world would be boring if we all thought the same way.
Washington State DOT Shows Massive Revenue Loss on the Way
With more electric vehicles appearing on state roadways, less people are stopping at the pump to fill their tanks...and the projected revenue loss is massive.
Pot Shops in Pasco Getting Closer to Reality
The Pasco City Council moved their weekly meeting to Tuesday this week, from Monday, to observe the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. It was one more day those who support and oppose lifting the recreational marijuana moratorium in the City limit had to wait to share their thoughts.
Bipartisan Police Pursuit Fix Filed in Washington State House
A bipartisan bill, that has amassed 38 co-sponsors in the State House, would change the current law regarding police pursuits in Washington State.
Auburn Police Looking for Suspect After Abduction Attempt Fails
Auburn Police are searching for a suspect in the attempted abduction of a barista just after 5am on the morning of January 16th
What are the Biggest Offseason Decisions for the Seattle Seahawks?
A lot went right this season for the Seahawks, but there are some decisions that need to be made this offseason if Seattle wants to challenge for the NFC West crown.
Camper Survives Challenger in Kennewick Crash
It was quite the scene on Saturday night the 14th when Kennewick Police arrived near the the intersection of W 4th Ave. and S Union St.
How Can the Seattle Seahawks Beat the 49ers Saturday?
The Seattle Seahawks will travel to Santa Clara to face the San Francisco 49ers for the third time this season and the second time in 30 days.
Benton County Sheriff Opposes Proposed Washington Gun Laws
Benton County Sheriff Tom Croskrey released a statement to the media and on the BCSO Facebook page yesterday, joining a number of other elected Sheriffs around the state in opposing the new slate of gun laws being proposed this session.
What Washington County Made it Illegal to Hunt Bigfoot?
Bigfoot's history in Washington State is so immense that 18th District State Senator Ann Rivers R-La Center, at the behest of a 9-year-old constituent, sponsored SB 5816 in the 2017-18 sessions
This is More Common in Tri-Cities, and Washington, Than You Think
Human trafficking is slavery, and worse. Human Trafficking impacts every State and every community in North America.
Would You Bury Family in Your Yard? It May Become Legal in Washington
I did some digging on the bill and, while it mentions disposal of cremated remains, alkaline hydrolysis remains, or composted remains, it doesn't prohibit you from burying a coffin six feet under the overhang.
Washington State Senate Bill Aims to Increase Tax Transparency
A bipartisan bill filed in the State Senate would increase tax transparency at the state and local levels. SB 5158 is co-sponsored by 17th District Sen. Lynda Wilson R-Vancouver and 23rd District Sen. Christine Rolfes D-Bainbridge Island.