I joined Townsquare Media in June of 2015. My previous experience includes nearly 20 years in television broadcasting, the last seven of which I spent at KGWN-Television in Cheyenne, Wyoming. A Wyoming native, I graduated from Lingle-Fort Laramie High School in 1994. I was recruited to play basketball for Bethel College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. During my playing time at BC, the Royals made two National Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 1996. I graduated from Bethel in May of 1997, with degrees in Media Communication and Speech Communication and minors in Art and Mass Communication. One of my passions is photography. In fact, I was awarded an Emmy by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter in July of 2015 and have received seven Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Awards, including four for Best Photography.
Burglar Breaks Into Laramie County Home, Steals Arsenal of Weapons
The Laramie County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in finding a burglar who stole over $7,000 worth of weapons from a home north of Archer.
Registration Open for 2017 Wyoming Law Enforcement Memorial 5K
Proceeds from the 5K will go towards a bronze sculpture to honor Wyoming's fallen peace officers.
Cheyenne Woman Facing Meth Charges
A Cheyenne woman is facing up to 27 years in prison after a sheriff's deputy executing arrest warrants found meth and over $2,700 cash in her purse.
Cheyenne Woman Pleads Not Guilty in Neglect Case
A Cheyenne woman accused of snorting her dad's anxiety medication has pleaded not guilty to a single count of intentional neglect of a vulnerable adult.
High Winds Cause Road Closures in Southeast Wyoming [VIDEO]
Strong winds are creating dangerous driving conditions across portions of Interstates 25 and 80 in southeast Wyoming.
Massive Concrete Pours Start Tomorrow on Wyoming Capitol Square Project
Cheyenne residents can expect a lot of construction noise and congestion around the Capitol Square Project over the next several days.
Cheyenne Fire Chief Resigns
Cheyenne Fire and Rescue Chief Jim Martin announced Thursday he will end his nearly 32-year career with the department on February 28.
Cheyenne Police to Host Free Mental Health First Aid Class
Much like CPR is rendered until first responders arrive, the class teaches people how to intervene in a mental health crisis.
Cheyenne Woman Facing 40 Years for Alleged Check Forgery
A Cheyenne woman is facing up to 40 years in prison after police caught her trying to cash a fake check.
Cheyenne Man Bound Over in Wife Beating Case
A Cheyenne man accused of beating his wife with a door stop pole and choking her has waived his right to a preliminary hearing.