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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.


Recent Articles
  • Track 7 Launches New Beer Delivery Service

    NATOMAS — Track 7 Brewing Company has launched its new beer delivery service. Now available for purchase online, their small-batch cans can be shipped within the state of California right to people’s doors. Using insulated packaging, Track 7 ensures that beers ordered for delivery will be shipped cold and within a week of the packaging date. For more information on ordering beer for delivery, visit Track 7’s website.

  • In Your Neighborhood: Land Park

    This week for In Your Neighborhood, Gary and Martina are checking out the food and activities available in Land Park. William Land Golf Course Sacramento’s oldest course, built in 1924 Junior Golf Camps available Meet and Eat Popular breakfast and brunch location Fairyland Town What: A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Crystal Ice Cream FantasyWhen: Saturday, Jun. 24, 2017 Time: 5 – 9 p.m. Cost: Advance Tickets: $15 for adults, $7 for children (ages 2-12), free for children 1 & under Day-of […]

  • Cool Treats to Beat the Heat

    Gary is out downtown trying to cool off with frozen treats and cocktails at Mayahuel and La Cosecha.

  • Day in the Life of a Card Dealer at Jackson Rancheria

    JACKSON — Gary got to experience a day in the life of a Jackson Rancheria card dealer while Simone and Paul played from the studio. Table game director Jake Zanetta says the casino hires experienced dealers who can pick up the basics first, like blackjack, then move on to more complex card games. Learn more about all the games you can play at Jackson Rancheria by visiting their site.

  • Trampoline Dodgeball Tourney Comes to Sacramento

    Every year teams from all over compete in the High-Flying Global Trampoline Dodgeball Tournament for the chance to win $50,000. Skyzone in Rocklin is hosting one of 30 qualifying rounds. Teams of all skill levels are invited to compete against fellow dodgeball lovers spanning the Sacramento metropolitan area. Of the nearly 200 teams that compete, only 32 will advance to the next round. The winning team will get the chance to travel to Sky Zone Orland Park in Chicago, Illinois […]

  • Lifting Weights for Elk Grove Aquatics Club Fundraiser

    Gary is out lifting weights at Athletik Performance Studio in Elk Grove as they prepare to compete in a fundraiser on June 10-11. Members of Elk Grove Aquatics Club’s board of directors are lifting in the NorCal Powerlifting Championship to raise money for our impending move to the new Elk Grove Aquatics Center when it opens May 2018.  

  • Zuda Yoga Celebrates 10 Years

    Zuda Yoga in Midtown Sacramento is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and Gary is at the studio trying to see how flexible he can get. Beginning June 3, 2017, each day at 4:30 p.m., a different guest teacher who has been a part of the studio’s history will lead a class. These classes will help build momentum to the anniversary celebration, which will take place Saturday, June 10, 2017 at the Midtown Sacramento studio located at 1515 19th Street #104.

  • Principal Loses Student Reading Bet, Kisses Pig

    SACRAMENTO — Principal Louise Roachford-Gould kept her word. The John Reith Elementary principal told her 2nd graders that if they read 3 million words over the course of the school year, she’d kiss a pig. Well, the young readers hit that goal and Mrs. RG gave the pig several smooches. Some teachers even joined in.

  • New Ride: Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!

    Gary took a trip down to Disneyland/California Adventure Park to test out the new Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT ride. This new adventure drops guests directly into the “Guardians of the Galaxy” story alongside characters from the blockbuster film, animated series and comicbooks.