I started my radio career in 1986 just before graduating from Mesa State College (aka Colorado Mesa University). Family lore is that I could spin records and tune in my favorite radio stations when I was a toddler, so it didn't surprise them I made radio my career. Away from the station, I love to read, take a few photos, relax, and enjoy the beauty of western Colorado.
Sports Equipment Used by Grand Junction Special Olympics Teens Stolen
The Grand Junction Police Department is asking for help locating the person who stole softball equipment used by Special Olympics teens.
Police Stop Traffic to Help Colorado Elk Herd Safely Cross the Road
Why did the elk cross the road? Because the police took on the role of crossing guards to make it safe for them to do so.
Fruita Home Destroyed After Exploding Into Flames
A reported explosion and fire in Fruita Thursday morning (October 11) completely destroyed a home.
Six Areas in Western Colorado Targeted for Prescribed Burns This Fall
Now that wildfires in western Colorado are no longer a concern, the US Forest Service can turn its attention to prescribed burns, setting fires in areas that need burning to provide safer areas and better habitat for the state's wildlife.
Opening Day for Wolf Creek Ski Area Is October 13th
On Saturday, one Colorado ski area officially opens kicking off the 2018-19 ski season.
Be Aware: Hungry Colorado Bears are Packing on Pounds for Winter Hibernation
As bears prepare for hibernation, the stomach takes control. They act in a way not seen through the rest of the year as eating becomes the most important activity.
Western Colorado’s Lake Christine Fire is 100 Percent Contained
The Lake Christine Fire which started on July 3 at the Basalt, Colorado shooting range is finally 100 percent contained.
Car Accident on I-70 Likely Caused by Loss of Control Due to Hydroplaning
The driver of a car that flipped over on I-70 east of Palisade likely lost control because the vehicle was hydroplaning on the wet pavement.
Polar Bears are Splitting Up and Moving Out of Denver Zoo
Polar bears have been residents of the Denver Zoo for decades. Now, the two remaining polar bears are splitting up and moving out of the zoo this fall.
Crime Stoppers Seeking Help Identifying Convenience Store Theft Suspect
Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for help identifying a person who stole merchandise from a Grand Junction convenience store.