A graduate of Wenatchee High School, Mark moved to Spokane in 1990 and worked as a producer and editor of the KXLY 920 Morning News over 18 years. The field of Information Technology piqued his interest, and he left broadcasting to work I-T for various businesses. Mark decided to return to broadcast journalism and work as a broadcaster and content creator for Townsquare Media - Newsradio 560 KPQ and now Newsradio 610 KONA. He has three beautiful children who’ve grown to be amazing young women. Mark likes to spend time enjoying the great outdoors, disc golfing, fishing, hiking, and camping.
Christmas Lights Brighten Kennewick’s Historic Waterfront
Display includes one of the tallest living Christmas trees in the region.
Washington Students Eligible for Pell Grant Maximum Increase
The student aid form, called FAFSA, has been simplified from 100 questions to as few as 20
School Resource Officers in Tri-Cities Playing Vital Roles
Incidents at both schools are good reminders for all school aged children to report threats to a trusted adult or 9-1-1
Kennewick Police: Guns Found Inside Kamiakin High School
Detectives say no threats were made to students or staff.
Holiday Travel at Tri-Cities Airport Exceeds Expectations
Airport director attributes the more than 20% increase to a couple factors.
State To Help Pay for Mid-Columbia Park Upgrades
Grant money is being used to address maintenance backlogs in local parks.
WSP Urges Caution Amid Deadly Crash in Tri-Cities
All three occupants of the car had their seatbelts on and no alcohol or drugs were found in the vehicle.
City Of Richland Urging People to Shop Small, Shop Local
Studies show 68 cents to every dollar spent locally stays in the community.
Forbes: Retail Theft in Washington State is the Worst
Washington ranks at the top based on multiple criteria
Richland Police: Careful What You Post While on Holiday
Police want you to know that burglars don't take holidays off.