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.
Charges Reduced For Suspects In East Wenatchee Shooting Death
But the second-degree murder charge against accused gunman Erik Farias Reyes remain in place
State DNR Commissioner Hillary Franz Running For Governor
Franz released a video Wednesday, saying the state is facing urgent issues, including climate change, a housing crisis and soaring income inequality.
Chelan County Jail Director Speaks Out On Violent Prisoner Attack
Jail Director Chris Sharp says he's never seen such an extremely violent attack in the 24 years he's worked at the facility.
One Suspect In East Wenatchee Murder Case Now Free And Clear
Sabrina McCubbin was charged with rendering criminal assistance in the death of Elias Mora-Ontiveros.
NCW Not In Wildfire Season Yet, Despite Possible Incoming Smoke
National Weather Service Meteorologist Steve Bodnar says the chance for fires here is much lower, even with incoming hot weather.
Ben Carson To Speak At Wenatchee Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Event
Carson will speak Friday evening at the Wenatchee Convention Center for Life Choices of Wenatchee Valley.
Chelan County To Perform Special Projects In National Forest
The Agreement lets the county perform forest, rangeland, and watershed restoration services on and adjacent to National Forest System lands.
One Injured In I-90 Crash Near Ellensburg
Troopers say 21-year-old Hunter Thornton was driving a pickup truck westbound west of Ellensburg when the truck left the roadway and rolled, landing in a field.
E Wenatchee State Senator Backs Inslee Call For Special Session
Inslee said he spoke to both Republicans and Democrats before setting May 16th as the date for the legislature to begin drafting a new drug possession law.
Former Assisted Living Center Director Suing Over Firing
Paeton Bangart says Bonaventure broke Washington public policy by firing him for reporting concerns about understaffing to the state Department of Health and Human Services.