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.
A Good Tax? Authorities Hope Voters Support 3/10th’s Tax
It brings in millions of dollars every year. It was first passed in 2004 and currently voters need to approve the tax every five years.
Man Wanted in Toppenish Casino Shooting Dies in Idaho
Yakima County Sheriff's Detectives are working closely with authorities in Idaho and the Yakima Nation in the investigation.
Your Chance to Save a life! Drug Take Back Day Saturday in Yakima
Authorities want to prevent drug overdoses. So far this year 81 people in Yakima County have died from a drug overdose and there’s still more than 2 months left in the year.
Want a Job Where You Can Play Where You Work? White Pass Job Fair Saturday
If you're hired there's lots of benefits including free ski passes and price breaks and other benefits for family members.
Police Busy With One Drive-By Shooting, One Gang Arrest
Officers were called to the area of 3rd Avenue and Yakima Avenue at about 7:00PM where they found a victim.
Authorities Thursday Exhuming Body of Woman Found Near Parker
Curtice says he's spent years on the case and is hoping Thursday will be the beginning of the end of a journey to find her identity.
A Deadly Drug Is Killing Yakima County Residents At a Record Pace
Jim Curtice says 2020 saw more overdose deaths in Yakima County than the previous two years.
Mother Who Police Say Prostituted Daughter Pleads Guilty
Sentencing is set for November 17.
In The Market For a New Home in Yakima? Good Luck!
According to Cory Bemis owner of Yakima's John L. Scott Real Estate, the market continues at a fast pace.
Vaccine Mandate Leading to Layoffs? A Check-In With Yakima Police
Yakima Police officials say some officers are also choosing early retirement because of the new police reform laws in Washington State.