Pure valley boy. Grew up in Yakima. Graduated from Eisenhower High School in 1982 and Seattle University in 1987. I've been reading, writing, and producing news for KIT since 1992. I married my elementary school sweetheart and am the proud father of an 18-year-old daughter who attends Heritage University and is studying to be a doctor. When I'm not working, I'm skiing. Been on skis for the past 41 years.
Painful Budget Cuts Topic of Study Session in Yakima Tuesday
However no final decisions are expected to come from Tuesday's meeting but city leaders are expected to give some direction to city budget officials.
Yakima Police Warn Don’t Meet Scammers To Give Them Cash
Police say it's a scam that's been around for years and it comes back because the scammers always find victims.
Yakima Sheriff Praises Deputy Who Was Shot and Hero Partner
The picture shows injured Deputy Travis Watkins who continues to recover at home and his partner, Deputy Andrew Wilkinson who authorities say helped save Watkins life.
Charges Dropped Against Yakima Man After Two Shot
Police learned of the shooting after getting a 911 call from someone driving the victims to Multicare Yakima Memorial Hospital.
Go Ahead Brag That Wapato Has The Cheapest Gas in WA Monday
Diesel prices, on the other hand, have increased by 2.1 cents over the last week, with the national average now standing at $4.297 per gallon.
Running a Red Light in Yakima? It’s a Common Practice Say Police
During the week of August 6 through August 12 Officers made 792 traffic stops and issued 358 citations.
Yakima Man Is Free Exonerated After 26-Years in Prison
Salas was 15-year-old when he was tried as an adult in November 1995 shooting death of Jose Arreola.
Forklift Fire Blamed For Blaze At Olympic Fruit in Moxee Friday
Firefighters were called to the warehouse at State Highway 24 and Beaudry Road at about 3:50 pm Friday.
Man Who Shot Yakima Deputy Charged With Assault Thursday
John Borgman was charged with three first-degree assault charges in connection with the incident.
Judge Orders Redrawing of Yakima Political Maps to Help Latinos
According to the website Crosscut the judge found the boundary makes it tough for Latinos to pick candidates from their area.