Pure valley boy. Grew up in Yakima. Graduated from Eisenhower High School in 1982 and Seattle University in 1997. 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.
Spring Barrel Tasting 2018 Kicks Off This Weekend
Katherine Goodson is the General Manager of Kana Winery one of three wineries that call Downtown Yakima home.
Former Deputy Wants To Be Next Yakima County Sheriff
51-year-old Mottice, who has more than 20 years of law enforcement experience after working for the Yakima County Sheriff's office from 1998 to 2009 says he wants to continue neighborhood watch programs,
Yakima Youth Awards Monday At Eisenhower High School
The Yakima Youth Awards Committee will recognize 350 young people from throughout Yakima County.
Gang Shooting Reported at East Yakima Walmart
Yakima Police Spokesman Mike Bastinelli says the 19-year-old victim is being for a non-life-threatening wound at a Yakima hospital.
Wapato Students Going To Texas To Work With NASA
HUNCH stands for High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware.
E-Cycle Program In 10th Year Creating Jobs In Yakima
350 million pounds of electronics recycled - equivalent to the weight of 11,000 recycling trucks.
Camp Hope Director Hopes City Helps Them Help Homeless
Andy Ferguson says they'll close the indoor facility on June 30 and re-open the Camp Hope on city property behind the former K-Mart property on East Nob Hill.
Downtown Yakima Water Saving Landscape Project Underway
City officials say they're installing new soil, irrigation lines and plants that require little water in landscaping areas around the City of Yakima’s 2nd Street parking lot.
Yakima Council Tuesday Postpones Action On Major Issues
In fact the council made no major decisions on three major issues. The council postponed action on the enhanced dangerous dogs ordinance, the Yakima Rotary Aquatics Center planned for Chesterley Park were postponed for future action.
Yakima City Proposes Changes To Dangerous Dogs Ordinance
The council is expected to talk about proposed changes to the current dangerous dogs ordinance.