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.
Think Our Hot Weather Is Messing with Your Mind? You’re Right!
Research proves our brains slow down when the temperature goes up
Which is the Most Popular Wedding Song in South Dakota?
While a lot of the country is Ed Sheeran crazy, the Mount Rushmore State favors an artist a bit more off the radar
South Dakota Schools Dominate NCAA Division II Basketball Attendance Numbers
Northern State, Augustana land in top three in nation for both men's and women's games
South Dakotans Are Going Online Looking for a Good Night’s Sleep
Insomnia is most searched health concern among residents of Mount Rushmore State
CNBC: South Dakota One of 20 Best States for Business
State scores high in affordability and business friendliness, low in access to capital, technology and innovation
Henry Rollins Bringing His Collection of Travel Photos to Sioux Falls
Former Black Flag frontman, TV and radio host, and political activist will be hosting a slideshow in September 2019
South Dakota Lags behind Most of America When It Comes to Exercise
The Mount Rushmore State falls well below the national average
Former Sioux Falls Skyforce Head Coach Dan Craig Named to Team USA Staff
Dan Craig will assist San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich
Stefan Logan Headlines South Dakota Hall of Fame Class of 2018
Former Coyote All-American and NFL running back and kick returner, four others, one team will be inducted in September of 2018
Augustana’s Tim Huber is the National Baseball Coach of the Year
Huber guided the Vikings to their first ever national title in 2018