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.
Road Work On Pleasant Avenue Could Impact Your Commute
Drivers are reminded that the speed limit through all traffic-related works zones within the City of Yakima is 20 miles-per-hour.
During the project
During the project
February Weather Damages Some Tree Buds
BJ Thurlby is President of the Washington Fruit Commission who says cold weather followed those warm days the valley experienced and as a result there's been some bud loss throughout the region.
Crash Near Ellensburg Closes Westbound Lanes Of I-90
Washington State Patrol Troopers say it could be an extended closure.
14th District State Lawmaker Talks To Morning News Tuesday
McCabe is a fifth-generation resident of Klickitat County, and the first person elected to the state Legislature from Klickitat County since 1982.
Rocks Fall Off Of Rattlesnake Ridge, But No Change
The Senior Emergency Planner Horace Ward says they quickly checked the area earlier and found no change in the land on top of the ridge.
Monitoring Continues On Rattlesnake Ridge
And the experts still say it's not expected to slide for months or years.
Toppenish Police ID Victim, Search For Killer In Homicide
A 20-year-old Toppenish man is shot sitting behind the wheel of vehicle
Toppenish Police Investigating Fatal Shooting
Officers responded to the 10 block of North K Street after reports of shots fired in the area.
Salmonella Cases Up From Backyard Poultry Operations
In Washington, 23 cases associated with the outbreak were reported to state health officials.
Superintendent To Meet With Students About March Walkout
Similar action is planned on March 14 at 10:00 a.m. organizers are encouraging teachers, students, administrators, and parents to walk out for 17 minutes -