I'm originally from Vashon Island, Washington and a proud Pirate! I bounced around in Alaska, California and Hawaii before landing in the Tri-Cities. I’ve spent most of my radio career on my favorite radio station - 1027 KORD! I love this town, the people, the river and the quality of life in the Mid Columbia. When I'm not on the radio you can find me and my wife on Badger Mountain, on a bike path, at the gym or Bikram Yoga. Thanks for checking out my page and for listening!
The Top 5 Fall Foliage Destinations in Washington and Oregon
It’s the first day of fall and already the vibrant colors of the season are beginning to burst in the higher elevations. Soon, the entire state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest will transform into a bright sea of colors. Top that with pumpkin spice, apple cider, and crisp cool temperatures and it’s the perfect time to hit the road, take a hike, and enjoy the scenery.
Popular Oregon Venue with “Air Like” Spring-Loaded Dance Floor is Freaky
When you enter you'll be greeted with exquisite chandeliers and ornate moldings - it's an architectural masterpiece for sure, but what you won't see is the hidden engineering wonder that enhances the overall experience on the dance floor.
Step Inside this Extraordinary Lighthouse Home in Oregon: A Coastal Paradise Awaits You!
Imagine taking a short drive down your own winding private road which eventually lands you at a stunning architectural custom-built masterpiece - Cleft of The Rock Lighthouse! You'll feel like you’re a real lighthouse keeper.
DON’T TOUCH These Green Bags on Utility Poles in Tri-Cities
According to the Washington State Department of Agriculture, each year the state plants thousands of traps to monitor for infestations of one of the most invasive and destructive insects in the world - with extra focus on Benton, Franklin, and Yakima counties.
It’s House Fly Season in Washington, Keep Them Out with These Tricks
If you leave a door or window open even for a few seconds – bam! One or two will make their way in the house ready to annoy you endlessly. Why are there so many house flies this time of year?
At $70 Million, It’s One of Washington’s Most Expensive Homes [PHOTOS]
Hunts Point on the banks of Lake Washington is one of the most coveted waterfront communities in Washington, if not the entire world. And, this stunning 17,599 square-foot estate sits in the heart of the community.
Human Remains Discovered 58 Years After Seattle Bound Plane Crash
One of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history is the disappearance of Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 2501. On June 23, 1950 the DC-4 Prop-liner vanished while on its way to Seattle from New York. The plane completely disappeared from radar during a severe thunderstorm.
Just How Big Was the Biggest Fish Ever Caught in the Columbia River?
It weighed over 1,100 pounds and was over 12 feet long. The fish was caught by accident after it got tangled in a salmon gill net.
Two Semi Trucks Plow off I-84 into Columbia River [PHOTOS]
I-84 has reopened after crews plucked two semi-trucks from the Columbia River near Biggs. According to the Sherman County Sheriff’s Office, The trucks left the highway and crashed into the river within a few hours of each other.
Debate and Mystery Surrounding Washington’s “Roswell” Incident Continues
Washington State has had its share of unsolved mysteries over the years. One that stands out and still baffles many to this day is the “Maury Island Incident,” which happened a few days before the famous Roswell UFO event.
5 Hysterical and Not So Hysterical Things About Living in Washington State
There are some quirky aspects of living in Washington State and here are 5 of them.
Yes, Millions of Years Ago, the Tri-Cities Landscape Was Green and Lush
Sub-tropical plants and trees instead of sagebrush and sand? Yep, it was here in eastern Washington millions of years ago.