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Nothing like a kicking back and watching some sports. For me, it really doesn’t matter; football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, MMA, I love it all! I’ve been covering sports in Sacramento since 1996 with a 2-year break from 1999-01 when I anchored and hosted shows at CNNSI in Atlanta. Covering the Kings during their heyday is easily the highlight of my career. I’ve done a lot morning TV and really enjoy hanging out with the viewers. You probably didn’t know this, but FOX40 has its own food market. Not kidding. It’s all based on the trust system (except for the little camera in the corner pointing right at you), you grab what you want, scan it and pay for it. I suggest the Earthquake Chips, Chocolate Milk, and String Cheese. mmmmm

Next time you see me out on a live shot, stop by and say hello.

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  • Sacramento River Cats, Green Acres Nursery Hold 2nd Annual School Garden Contest

    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento schools are encouraged to enter to win a garden through the second annual “School Garden Contest.” The Sacramento River Cats and Green Acres Nursery & Supply are hosting the second annual contest, which will give all schools in the region a chance to win. Representatives from both organizations will vote to pick their top three schools then they will be handing the voting over to the public. Facebook votes will determine which school will receive a brand […]

  • Instacart Personal Grocery Shopping Comes to Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO — Instacart, a new personal grocery delivery service, is a simple way to get groceries delivered right to your door. Download the app on your phone or visit the site and choose food from local grocery stores. A highly trained personal shopper will shop at the store then arrive with your purchases. Transactions can take as little as one hour. Instacart has been hiring locals with a background in customer service. To apply, go to the Instacart site and attend […]

  • Pairing Beer with Girl Scout Cookies

    Girl Scout Cookies season has arrived and rather than just wash down Samoas or a Tagalongs with a glass of milk, how about a beer instead? Gary is hanging out with Danny at The Brass Tap in Vacaville to discuss how perfectly a nutty brown ale can pair with the peanut-butter filled Tagalongs or how a hefeweizen goes down even smoother with some Samoas. Founded by Jeff Martin in Tampa, Florida in 2008, The Brass Tap is an upscale craft […]

  • Sacramento Beer Week is Back with New Events

    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento Beer Week is back again with all new events and tons of Sacramento Valley breweries, restaurants and businesses. Events kick off Thursday with the Sacramento Brewer’s Showcase and run through Mar. 12, when Capitol Beer Fest closes out the festivities at its new location at the 5th Street Bridge. Rubicon Brewing Company, Sacramento’s longest running brewery, will be releasing their beer collaboration with Sudwerk Brewery Friday. Sacramento Republic FC is one of the many sponsors supporting Sacramento beer culture […]

  • Sac Fashion Week

    Gary usually doesn’t worry too much about fashion but today he’s enjoying a sneak preview of the upcoming Sac Fashion Week fashion show. Sac Fashion Week keep growing throughout the year and they’re always looking for new talent. They work with local higher education institutions to recruit and develop talent as well provide an avenue for students to learn real-world skills. They provide the bridge between fashion designers, models, photographers, advertising agencies, modeling & talent agencies, fine artists, make up and hair […]

  • In Your Neighborhood: Arden-Arcade

    For today’s In Your Neighborhood, Gary and Simone are out having a blast in the Arden-Arcade area.  Gary is chatting with FlapJacks Diner fans and enjoying his own plate of flapjacks. Last July the restaurant caught fire at the original location on El Camino Avenue. They are trying to rebuild but in the meantime moved to the Arden Way location. Simone is getting a sugar rush at The Parlor Ice Cream enjoying ice cream puffs and some other treats. Here at […]

  • Autorama Returns to Sacramento

    One of the longest running auto shows in the area is rolling into Sacramento this weekend. Gary is out at Cal Expo checking out the 67th Annual Sacramento Autorama. There will be around 1000 of America’s most beautiful custom cars.

  • Dance Program that Encourages and Inspires Kids

    Gary is hanging out in Stockton with some praise dancers. Adoration Dance Program: Is a “Set Apart” ministry that was birthed in a garage out of Stockton, California in August of 2006. Adoration encourages youth to stay motivated during difficult times and to encourage youth to complete their educational goals without using drugs, alcohol, or tobacco. Self-respect, self-love,-self-worth, and most important the understanding of God’s love are all things the group focuses on. Their mission is to instill a feeling of […]

  • Local Bagger Representing California in 2017 National Bagging Competition

    Max Tsutsui will be representing California and Nugget Market at the 2017 National Bagging Competition on Monday, February 13, in Las Vegas. Soon after the interview, Max will fly to Las Vegas to prepare for the competition. His bagging contest with Gary will be his last competitive workout before the championship. Tyler Porter is part of the Nugget Market Training Department and a “coach” for the company’s bagging competitors.