I'm the News Director at News Radio 560 KOQ. My news background includes a number of different stops in radio newsrooms across the Midwest and the Western states. I covered both the Kansas and Missouri state legislatures, being stationed in the capital cities of both states.
Meeting Being Held On Salmon Restoration Near Lake Wenatchee
An informational open house is being held to address road and stream issues affecting the salmon habitat along State Route 207 near Lake Wenatchee. There will be an informational in-person open house on March 21st to learn more about the Lake Wenatchee Highway 207 salmon habitat restoration...
Auto Theft Bill From Rep. Maycumber Easily Passes House
Under the bill, money used to pay for jailing auto theft offenders would instead be used for auto theft prevention efforts at the local level.
Former Eastmont Soccer Coach Given More Prison Time After Rape
The sentence was given to 40-year-old Cristian Barboza after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of sexual misconduct with a minor.
Orondo Man Injured In U.S. 97 Crash Into Tree
19-year-old Leonardo Cervantes-Ramirez of Orondo was traveling northbound on the highway near Turtle Rock Road, when he crossed over to the opposite shoulder and hit the tree.
Winter Conditions In Cascades Still Prevail, Recreation Ongoing
U.S. Forest Service spokesperson Robin DeMario says the in-between time period known as shoulder season will take a while to arrive.
Port Looking For Federal Money To Fund Building Project
The Port is working through the offices of Senators' Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray to secure $13 million for three Projects.
Hawkins Bill For Regional Sports Complex Passes WA Senate
A bill that would clear a legal hurdle for construction of a regional sports complex in the Wenatchee area is getting a warm reception in public facilities district . Senator Brad Hawkins measure allowing for creation of a special tax district received unanimous approval - 45-0 - in the State Senate Wednesday evening. Hawk...
Early Reservations Recommended For Summer Camping In Forest
Robin DeMario with the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest says reservations ensure people they won't get crowded out when they arrive at a campground.
Gov. Inslee, Legislature Helping Ambulance Companies With Costs
Washington Ambulance Association President Mike Battis says the Medicaid reimbursement rate for ambulance trips hasn't been adjusted since 2004.
Winter Weather Making A Quick Comeback In NCW
The wind will be changing from the west-southwest over the course of the day with precipitation coming to most areas.