I've been reporting the news in North Dakota since 1989, and have been anchoring at KFYR-TV since 2001.
I was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, and graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast News.
I've covered stories from as far away as Korea, where Seoul prepared to host the 1988 Summer Olympic Games. I also covered the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises, riding in a cargo plane for 14 hours with paratroopers who bailed out once the plane was over land.
I covered numerous gruesome murder trials while working in northern California. Thank goodness those days are over. I also covered politics at the Capitols in both North Dakota and California, and have won several awards for writing and reporting.
I married my wife Ana in 1984 and we have four children: Monica, Leah, Ammon, and Samuel.
I enjoy music, traveling, and sports. I just need more time to indulge in them.
None of the 11 people were checked by TSA personnel, and surveillance video showed that three of them set off metal detectors.
That unfortunate honor goes to a U.S. president who died from pneumonia just 32 days into his presidency.
The entire Sacramento Valley was under a flood warning, including Oroville, where last week's storm damaged a spillway behind the Lake Oroville dam.
Staff at VA hospitals either siphoned away controlled substances for their own use, or street sales — or drugs intended for patients simply disappeared.
Vitaly Churkin, the tough-talking Russian ambassador to the United Nations, died suddenly Monday, officials said. Churkin, 64, was at his desk when he died, just one day before his birthday.