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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
UPDATED: Two Schools on Lockdown After Reports of an Armed Man in the Area
Grand Junction High School and Tope Elementary are on lockdown while the Grand Junction Police Department is responding responding to a report of a man with a gun near 7th Street.
Montrose Police Asking for Help in Search for Missing Teen
The Montrose Police Department is searching for a teenage boy they believe is a runaway and are asking for the public's help to find him.
Grand Junction Police Attempting to Identify Theft Suspect
The Grand Junction Police Department is trying to identify a man who stole a hand-held scanner from a Grand Junction store.
Endangered Razorback Sucker Making a Comeback in Colorado
The critically endangered razorback sucker, a native fish in the Colorado River basin, is slowly making a comeback that could merit a positive reclassification.
What You Should Know About Receiving the Wireless Emergency Alert Test on Your Phone
The FCC and FEMA are conducting the first ever Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test on October 3rd. Here's what you need to know about receiving the test on your phone.