School. KUGR Pullman. Wazzu's Wired Rock. '83-'86. Paid starting in August of '86. Spokane first, until 1993, then Tri-Cities and Yakima. We rock out weekdays 3-7pm. I was born and raised in Yakima and it's great to be on my home-town rock station. 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 Papa of 2 kiddos, boy 17, and girl 14, who I get to help raise everyday. I'm very grateful for the blessings they and my love of a dozen years provide in my life. I am passionate about the arts, sports and travel both in the USA and abroad. Raising cash and awareness for the Alzheimer's Association is vital to me too. 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.
Congress Could Require Airlines to Give Passengers More Legroom
Congress may require more legroom on planes, and clarify rules on service animals and involuntary bumping.
Ticketmaster Has Been Screwing You Over By Working With Scalpers
Ticketmaster believes, as the world's leading ticket platform, it is their job to offer a safe and fair place in the primary and secondary ticket markets.
Get Your Booty at Mid Columbia Pirate Festival on Clover Island
It's all about pirates gathering booty for local charities.
Netflix Inserting Other Show Promos While You Binge Watch
Netflix could churn 25% of its subscribers, if the practice of inserting other Netflix show promos into the programs people are binge-watching, continues.
Tatt Stats: Ink Work Anywhere and Everywhere is More Accepted Now
It is no longer taboo to have a tattoo.
Howard Amon Park’s Riverfront Trail Phase Two Begins Monday
The impacted area begins south of Lee Boulevard near the gazebo, and extends about 300 feet to the south park boundary at the Hampton Inn.
September 17 – Old School – Learn From History
September 17, you'll find the Constitution was signed, landmark cartoons were released, two TV comedies about war in Europe and Korea made their debuts and a pair of Guns n Roses Illusion twins dropped at midnight and sold a half a million copies each before 2:00 a.m.
2018 National Toy Hall of Fame Names Twelve Finalists
Uno cards and the Magic 8-Ball were nominated last year but didn't make it in, and it's a pretty strong field this year so it might be tough for them again.
Get Your Chicken Dance On – Sausage Fest This Weekend in Richland
Christ the King Catholic School Chicken Dance competition on Thursday, Sausage Fest, 42 years strong, and Tri-Cities 3rd biggest event, starts Friday, runs through Saturday.
Hero Deputy Saves Suicidal Drowning Woman Who Does Not Want Saving
Suicidal drowning woman tries to fight off those attempting to save her.
Homeowners Help Kennewick Police Arrest Alleged Residential Burglar
Alert neighbors, a coordinated containment area and a K9 officer all contributed to the arrest, without incident, of a 17-year old African American burglary suspect who was taken to the Benton County Juvenile Detention facility.
COUGAR: What’s in a Name? Turns Out There’s a Lot of Them
Big cat attacks, Wazzu footballers, randy MILF's and all things called Cougar.