I’ve been a part of the Sioux Falls media for more than 30 years. I grew up in Southern California, and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a BA in Communications in 1986. I got my start in television later that year at KNAZ-TV in Flagstaff, Arizona. I moved to Sioux Falls in 1989 to become Sports Director at KSFY-TV, a position I held for more than eight years. During that time I was named ‘Sportscaster of the Year’ by the South Dakota Associated Press. My radio career began in January 2000. I live in Sioux Falls with my wife, Vicki. I have two daughters, Ashley and Alison, and one Grandson, Link.
End of an Era: The Slow Demise of the Stick Shift
Less than three percent of new cars come with manual transmission
How Bicycle Friendly Are Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota?
One is in the top five, one is in the bottom five nationally
Best Thrifting Cities in Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota
We've come a long way from the days of 'hand me down' and 'second-hand' clothes and the negative stigma that sometimes came with them
Sioux Falls Launches New School Bus App
Parents will now be able to track busses in real time
Which is Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota’s Favorite Workout?
What's your go-to choice?
One Road to Reopen, One Closed in Sioux Falls
Road construction season continues in Sioux Falls, with one road reopening while another one closes. The South Dakota Department of Transportation says that Six Mile Road at the Highway 42 (Arrowhead Parkway) intersection will be opened to traffic from 26th Street to Madison Street beginning Thursday (August 18)...
Most Important Events in Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota History
One happened more than 150 years ago
Crane Collapses at Sioux Falls Construction Site
The 200-foot crane toppled over at about 7:30 AM Tuesday
Popular Drink Recalled after Possible Contamination
Might contain diluted cleaning solution
Parts of 18th Street, 33rd Street Closed in Sioux Falls
Detours in effect