Andrew Kirk has been a journalist since 2003. Although originally from the Tri-Cities, he lived in Utah for 17 years and is a graduate of the University of Utah. He is married with children and currently lives in Richland. He is an amateur historian and used to teach Mandarin Chinese to middle school students in Park City, Utah. For fun he watches movies, visits parks with his kids and occasionally rides a bicycle.
Washington Politician Tries to Take Away Veteran’s Gun in a Public Meeting [VIDEO]
Watch a city councilman try to use democracy to strip a veteran of his constitutional right to exercise the 2nd Amendment.
Bulldog is Back,Mike Bastinelli Returns to KIT
On the "Mike Bastinelli Show" today hear Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi Jr., gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee and Yakima Chamber CEO Verlyn Best. Tune in to the show today(Wednesday) from 3 to 6 pm.
KIT’s Soldier of the Week – Spc. Tyler Kingf
Tyler King from Spokane, Washington, works in Montana as an apprentice lineman and serves in the Washington National Guard Delta 1-161 tank unit that trains part of the time outside of Yakima. I apologize Spc. King that the audio isn't clear...
Thanks For Serving Christopher Torno
We salute you Washington National Guard member! Thanks for protecting Central Washington!
Thank You For Serving Leonard Sarter – KIT’s Soldier Of The Week
KIT is celebrating a citizen soldier every week. Leonard Sarter is a Private First Class, he drives a tank for the Delta Company 1-161 that trains outside of Yakima. He is a professional cabinet builder, father and grandfather who loves to hunt, fish and play in the outdoors...
KIT’s Soldier of the Week – T.J. Gaia
Delta Company 1-161 is an Infantry Battalion in the 81st Brigade that trains outside of Yakima. It is composed a citizen soldiers -- men and women who are students, electricians, doctors and more when not on duty. Not long ago Delta Company was in Baghdad, Iraq...
KIT’s Soldier of the Week Is Sgt. Ben Ashworth – Thank You For Serving
We appreciate your service in the Washington National Guard.
Soldier Accused In Afghan Massacre Is A Washingtonian [POLL]
Everyone is sickened today by the news that an American soldier is accused of killing innocent Afghan civilians. The Pentagon is withholding the soldier's name until he is officially charged, but apparently he is 38 years old, a staff sergeant and was stationed at Ft...
Soldier of the Week: Cadet Grant
Thank you for serving in the Washington National Guard.