Been doing radio since 1986, 1981 if you count college. Have three wonderful older daughters, Whitney, Lindsay and Haily, and three great grandkids. Two kids still at home with Angela and I (wifey), Dhylan and Harley. Standout students and athletes. We're into football, sports, NASCAR. we keep busy with kid's sports and activities!
Legal Challenges Already Brewing on State Capital Gains Tax Ruling
The Freedom Foundation released a statement heading into the weekend.
Judge Ruling Signals end of Spokane’s Camp Hope, Now What?
Judge officially rules camp is a public nuisance, and a hazard.
WA Bill Would Drop English From Public Safety Job Requirements
A proposed bill would eliminate the requirement to read or speak English from public safety jobs
Major Change Coming to Grant County Rural Ambulance Services
A new ambulance firm will assume rural duties in Grant County
Stolen, Wrecked Tri-City Vehicles Found in Othello, Suspect Busted
While investigating a burglary, Adams County Deputies came across much more
Kennewick Break-In Suspect Sought, Columbia Park Trail
The two businesses that are in that block are Foodies and the Columbia Park Golf Course.
WA DOH Wants You to Eat Less Sturgeon–Who Actually Eats It?
We know a lot of people who fish for sturgeon, but we're not aware of anyone eats them....
Man ‘Talked’ Off I-82 Overpass Ledge Near Zillah
Around 4 PM Wednesday, the man was seen seated on the ledge of the overpass, with I-82 traffic speeding beneath him.
State ‘Buys’ 13 Properties for Shelters, Rejects B-F Mental Health Center
The Department of Commerce announced Thursday millions toward acquiring multiple properties for shelters and low-income housing, but their data shows they rejected a request to help with the Three River Mental Health center.
How Many Types of Guns Would be Banned from Sale with WA Law?
The Washington State Legislature is hearing in committee this week, a bill that would ban the sale of dozens of popular firearms. At least 63 types of firearms would be prohibited from being sold. According to information from The Center Square, the State House has passed House Bill (HB) 1240, and now it heads to the Senate where the Law and Justice Committee will consider it. According ... Re