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I’ve had my share of excitement and close calls covering both news & sports for FOX40 since 2003. Probably the most thrilling was covering the San Francisco Giants World Series run back in October 2010 and being in the clubhouse for the champagne celebration. By the way, that stuff really does sting when you get it in your eyes!

While I’ve spent the majority of my two decades in TV covering sports, it’s my transition to reporting and anchoring everyday news that I’m most proud of.

In fact, because of the relationship I have established with Sacramento’s Animal Shelter and all the stories I’ve done, I am known as the best Sports/Animal reporter this business has ever seen. My only question; is there any other Sports/Animal reporters even out there…anywhere?

My job has allowed me to be involved and to completely jump into a passion of mine…the sports world. But yet, when I leave FOX40 for my weekend, the games, the highlights, the personalities are left behind as well. I’m proud that this business doesn’t run my life.

I love living in this part of the country and enjoy an amazing relationship with a woman who shares many of the same dreams & desires that I do. I’ve got two daughters, a step-daughter and step-son. It makes for a lot of crazy, fun & incredible moments and I’m thrilled to be a part of it all.

Recent Articles
  • Elk Grove Native Kyle Larson Comes Home to Race in Sonoma

    SONOMA — NASCAR is roaring into Sonoma this weekend as it does every June. This year, Elk Grove native Kyle Larson is racing in the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Larson has done more than just win a lot of races this season — he’s changing the face of the sport itself. “A lot of us young guys have been running good this year, so it’s a great time to sort of step up and show the sport and the fans that […]

  • Kings Fans React to Team’s Draft Picks

    SACRAMENTO — The party seemed to last forever Thursday night for Kings fans. “Definitely. I’ve been cheering since I was a little kid, and it’s been a long time since it’s felt like this,” a Kings fan named Jordan said. The Kings added four new players through the draft Thursday night — the most coveted being Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox with the fifth overall selection. “I love it. Best pick we could have gotten. He’s our future,” Jordan said. […]

  • Neighbors in College Greens Area Troubled by Recent Uptick in Crime

    SACRAMENTO — Neighbors in Sacramento’s College Greens area say they are concerned about a recent uptick in crime. Every homeowner FOX40 spoke with on Wednesday had some kind of story about a recent crime in the area. Car thefts, break ins and assault has been reported in recent months. At first glance, the established, well-kept College Greens and College Glen neighborhoods near Sac State have the appearance of the all-American dream. “This has been a great neighborhood for decades,” said […]

  • Central Valley Native a Stand Out Player for New York Yankees

    OAKLAND — All rise because Aaron Judge of the Yankees has been holding court since the baseball season began back in April. “Fun to watch,” said Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson. “We’ve always said, if he puts the barrel on the ball, good things are going to happen with this kid,” said Yankees Manager Joe Giardi. And they certainly have. The 6-foot-7-inch Judge is at, or near, the top of most offensive categories. And he’s the leading vote-getter for the […]

  • Former Capitol Police Officer Weighs in on Baseball Field Shooting

    There was a barrage of bullets Wednesday morning at a softball park in the Washington suburb of Alexandria, Virginia. “The next thing I remember is somebody on the field yelling run, he’s got a gun. I ran into the dugout, like most people on the field,” said Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Illinois. Former Capitol police Officer Andre Guillerm, who spent eight years covering mostly the U.S. Capitol and House of Representatives, told FOX40 the location of the shooting would have been […]

  • New Sacramento Campaign will Crack Down on Unlicensed Pets

    SACRAMENTO — Code enforcement is set to begin cracking down on people who have unlicensed pets in Sacramento. Starting July 1, the city will begin the aggressive campaign to get people to license their pets. The fines are steep too — $300 if you do not comply within 30 days of receiving a notice. Only 13 percent of the pets in Sacramento are properly licensed. The $300 is fully refundable, so long as a license is obtained for the pet […]

  • Grass Valley Woman Stuck in Hawaii After Spinal Injury Leaves Her Paralyzed

    GRASS VALLEY — A Grass Valley woman who was paralyzed in an accident in Hawaii on Memorial Day is desperately trying to get her back home to have the most important surgery of her life. Sarah Grow, 28, is hoping to catch a flight back to Sacramento Friday while her fiance struggles with raising the money for that life-changing flight. The cost is $50,000 for an air ambulance just to get her here so she can have that surgery. Nearly […]

  • Company Developing Sacramento Riverfront Property Files for Bankruptcy

    SACRAMENTO — There’s no question that the Sacramento riverfront is an exceptional piece of property to develop. But what has been touted as the gateway to downtown Sacramento has only seen one major piece of property built, which has left the River District as more of an island than a gateway. The site off Richards Boulevard was set to be home to 2,500 condos, office and retail stores and restaurants. And now all of it is on hold after the […]

  • Last Call at California Bars, Nightclubs Could Be 4 a.m. Under Proposed Law

    SACRAMENTO — A bill giving local communities in California the opportunity to extend last call for alcohol service to 4 a.m. has cleared the Senate. The bill will now move into the Assembly for debate. The bill that would allow bars and nightclubs to stay open until 4 a.m., bringing all cities in the state a step closer to a later last call, passed by a two-thirds margin. “This does not mean that bars and nightclubs are going to be open […]