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
  • Ali Youssefi Project Accepting Applications for ‘Artist in Residency’ Program

    Calling all artists! The Ali Youssefi Project is accepting applications for its “Artist in Residency” program, aimed at supporting artists. Two artists, one local and one from outside the Greater Sacramento region, will be selected to receive free studio space at the Verge Center for the Arts. The artist from outside the area will also be given a studio apartment in the Warehouse Artist Lofts for three to six months. More information can be found here. Developer Ali Youssefi was […]

  • Summer Water Camps at the Sac State Aquatic Center

    Gary is out at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center getting all of the details on their summer water camps for kids. Sailing – Skimming effortlessly across the water in an afternoon breeze is an enjoyable sensation that is becoming more and more popular every year. Each student will learn the principles of sailing, water safety, sailing knots, and how to operate their sailboat. Windsurfing – This thrilling sport is rapidly becoming one of the most popular aquatic sports today. Students will be […]

  • New Mobile STEM Center for Local Girl Scouts

    Gary is out getting a look at the new Mobile STEM Center that’ll help local girl scouts learn STEM programming.

  • Transcontinental Railroad 150th Anniversary

    Gary is out having fun at the California Railroad Museum as they commemorate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.

  • Yuba City Police K9 Trial Preview

    Yuba City K9 is excited to host the 2nd Annual K9 Trials and Public Safety event. Law enforcement agencies from all over the state will compete in a K9 competition. Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 9 AM – 4 PM Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds 442 Franklin Ave, Yuba City, California 95991 FREE

  • Therapy Dogs for Finals Week

    Gary is out at William Jessup University letting go of all his worries thanks to the Lend a Heart, Lend a Hand therapy dogs that are visiting campus during finals week.

  • High School Students to Witness Sacramento`s First Wall Dance Performance

    Gary is out at Hiram Johnson High School getting a preview of the dancers from TwoPoint 4 Dance Theatre as they ascend the school’s six-story tall for a wall performance.

  • Yoga in the Park Returns

    Gary is out at McKinley Park in East Sacramento enjoying a yoga class with Zach Stahlhecker, President of Yoga Moves Us. Yoga in the Park’s weekly schedule is as follows: Saturdays at 9 a.m.: North Laguna Park: 6400 Jacinto Ave, Sacramento (Between the playground and the pond) McKinley Park: 601 Alhambra Blvd., Sacramento (Near the rose garden) Maidu Park: 1550 Maidu Dr., Roseville (Near the library) Lions Park: 403 Stafford St., Folsom (Near the community center) Community Park: 1405 F St., Davis […]

  • ‘Make & Take’ Woodworking Projects

    Rockler Woodworking and Hardware in Rocklin is holding “Make & Take” classes through April. Projects include a wooden tote, a 4-in-1 screwdriver, a custom sign and a turned bowl. Class size is limited. To learn more about the classes or to register for one, click here.

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