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
  • Garbage Can Thrown at Officers Trying to Break Up Fight at Bear Creek High School

    STOCKTON — A Stockton high school was on lockdown Friday afternoon after an all-out brawl ensued between students, teachers and police and it was caught on video. The incident took place at Bear Creek High School around 10:45 a.m. prompting the Lodi Unified School District to place the school on lockdown for close to 90 minutes. A former student said that fights were common at the high school. But after seeing the video of the incident –that began with a […]

  • ‘It’s Just Football:’ UC Davis’ Keelan Doss Makes Impression at Raiders Training Camp

    ALAMEDA — The Oakland Raiders started another off-season training camp Tuesday, and one of the new players making an impression is wide receiver Keelan Doss, who played at University of California, Davis. Doss doesn’t care that he went undrafted last month. “At the end of the day, I’ve got to make the team and just having that Raiders logo on my helmet, it means a lot,” Doss said. “Like I said man, it’s just coming out here and getting ready […]

  • Kings’ Walton Keeps Distance from Media as Pre-Draft Workouts Begin

    SACRAMENTO — As NBA draft hopefuls went through drill after drill Monday at the Sacramento Kings’ practice facility, new head coach Luke Walton sat with his brain trust — minus President of Basketball Operations Vlade Divac. Walton, barely a month on the job, which has already been scarred by an alleged sexual assault lawsuit and subsequent investigation into the matter by both the NBA and the Kings, kept his distance from the assembled media. It appeared Monday that no new […]

  • 17 Recruits Earn Their Badges to Become Sac Metro Firefighters

    SACRAMENTO — The next generation of Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District firefighters graduated Friday evening. A total of 17 new recruits are set to join the force next week. Before they got to graduation, this hard-nose group of recruits went through 18 grueling weeks of training that included hundreds of hours of drills and, “strenuous physical challenges, academic challenges, EMS, fire-ground, technical rescue,” Christ Vestal with Sac Metro listed. Twice a year, Sac Metro fire graduates new recruits with anywhere from […]

  • Hangtown Motocross Riders Could Face Muddy Conditions Come Race Time

    PRAIRIE CITY — For the 51st time this coming Saturday, the annual Hangtown Motocross Classic will be held out at Prairie City. Thursday’s rain and the upcoming forecast had many of the riders you’ll see Saturday trying to navigate the puddles and slush that could be there come race day. “A lot of times you have to manage the motorcycle just because of the stress it puts on the bike. It’s going to take a little bit different style of […]

  • Roseville Man Beats Kidney Failure, Broken Bones and Death to Make Pro Boxing Debut

    ROSEVILLE — A comeback almost 10 years in the making for a Roseville man determined to make it to the pros in the sport of boxing after he nearly lost his life following a motorcycle accident in the Philippines. Dave Minter made his pro boxing debut Friday night in Sacramento. Because in that near-death experience, it’s been a long road back for Minter. He broke his leg, his arm and several bones in his face. “You know, I’ve so overly […]

  • Annual Grass Valley Fundraiser Canceled after Conspiracy Theorists ‘Twist’ James Comey Tweet

    GRASS VALLEY — The power of social media shelved a Grass Valley fundraiser, which was scheduled for this Saturday. The entire uproar began, from all things, with a tweet from former FBI Director James Comey. “Once it got out there, especially on Twitter, it spread like a wildfire,” said Kathy Dotson. Dotson and Wendy Willoughby co-produce the annual Blue Marble Jubilee held at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. The event was supposed to raise around $25,000 for Grass Valley Charter School. […]

  • Car Slams into Home in South Sacramento Along Valley Hi Drive

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — A close call for two people who were injured when the car they were riding in slammed into a home Thursday afternoon in the Valley Hi neighborhood. The home owners were not home at the time of the accident but say it’s a case of Deja vu. Back in 2012 the same house was also hit by a car. The owners are staying with relatives after the gas main was severed in the accident. Ask anyone around […]

  • Thieves Steal Pomegranate Tree, Plants from Burbank Urban Garden

    SACRAMENTO — Thieves broke into the urban garden at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, stealing a 4-year-old pomegranate tree and several plants. “Why would anyone steal that? But then I was like, we have some nice plants here, I’m not gonna lie, we do,” said Burbank Urban Garden President Esme Gonzalez. Luther Burbank is the only school in the district with an agricultural department. On around an acre of land, students learn about the food system and gain an […]

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