I got my start in broadcasting at my local high school, broadcasting basketball games for the local cable station. From there, my passion grew. Sports have always played a big role in my life and being able to broadcast local high school sports has been a great joy for me. I am frequently reminded of how many talented student-athletes we have in southeast Minnesota. When not touring to several gyms and fields across southeast Minnesota for 103.1 KFIL and FUN 104, I write and broadcast local news for News-Talk 1340 KROC-AM and 96.9 FM. I grew up and currently live in Stewartville with my wife, our daughter, and our dog. I love the Twins, Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Gophers and don't regret one minute of the heartbreaks it causes me. If you ever see me out and about, stop and say hi!
Minnesota Man Killed in Southern Minnesota Wreck
The crash occurred around 10:40 p.m. on Friday night.
One Person Killed in Semi-Involved Crash Near Pipestone, Minnesota
One person was killed in a semi-involved crash in western Minnesota Thursday morning.
One Killed, Two Seriously Hurt in Alcohol-Involved Crash in Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota
One person was killed and two people were seriously injured in an alcohol-involved crash in Yellow Medicine County Friday night.
Early Voting Starts Today in Minnesota
You can vote early with an absentee ballot starting today in Minnesota.
Body Recovered From Minnesota Lake
The body was recovered Sunday morning.
Minnesota State Fair Closes Early Saturday After Shooting
One person was injured in the Saturday night shooting.
Two People Injured After Car Strikes Cow in Southwestern Minnesota
The crash occurred late Thursday night.
Minnesota’s Crack Down on Speeding Leads to Nearly 19,000 Tickets Last Month
The Minnesota DPS said during the campaign 37 agencies reported speeds of 100mph or more.
Minnesota State Patrol Is Now Fully Equipped With Body Cameras
The project began in December of last year.
Donations To Cover Fine For Wild Forward Turns Into $30,000 for Children’s Minnesota
In what started as donations to cover a fine that was issued to the Minnesota Wild’s Ryan Hartman has turned into over $30,000 going to Children’s Minnesota.