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.
Cheyenne Passes Law Making Non-Emergency 911 Calls Illegal
If you call 911 and ask for directions, you may be getting more than directions -- you may be looking at up to six months in jail, up to a $750 fine, or both.
Murder Suspect Still at Large After Evading Cheyenne Police
A man wanted out of Scottsbluff, Nebraska for multiple homicide-related charges is still at large following a disturbance in Cheyenne Tuesday night, police say.
Cat Rescued After Getting Stuck Inside Car in Cheyenne
An orange tabby is free again after getting stuck inside a car in Cheyenne.
UPDATED: Six Parking Scofflaws ‘Barnacled’ in March
Six parking scofflaws have been "Barnacled" since Cheyenne began using the new parking enforcement system a month ago, police say.
7 Tips to Protect Your Kids From Poisoning This Holiday Season
'Tis the season for poisoning incidents involving children, and the Nebraska Regional Poison Center is offering the following tips for a safe and healthy holiday.
Wild West Air Show Returns to the Skies Over Cheyenne Sept. 11-12
One hundred and one years of aviation history will be on display when the Wyoming Air National Guard's Wild West Air Show returns to the skies over Cheyenne Sept. 11-12.
Thunderbirds Make Roaring Return to F.E. Warren, Thrill Thousands
More than 1,400 carloads of people turned out Wednesday morning for F.E. Warren Air Force Base's annual Wings Over Warren Air Show, featuring the USAF Thunderbirds.
Firefighters Rescue Dog From Burning Fourplex in East Cheyenne
Firefighters rescued a dog trapped inside a burning fourplex in east Cheyenne Thursday afternoon.
More Than a Dozen Train Cars Derail in Southeast Wyoming
Union Pacific is investigating what caused more than a dozen train cars to derail in Hillsdale early Monday morning.
Trucker Killed After Semis Collide, Explode on I-80 in Wyoming
The Wyoming Highway Patrol says driver fatigue and equipment failure may be to blame for a deadly crash on Interstate 80 Wednesday afternoon.
Cheyenne Airport Won’t Be Lifting Mask Mandate Next Week
Those planning to fly in and out of Cheyenne will still have to mask up when Wyoming lifts its statewide face covering order next week.
Cheyenne Teen Arrested, Accused of Fatally Shooting 14-Year-Old
Cheyenne police have arrested a 13-year-old boy in connection with the shooting death of a 14-year-old boy.