I was born in Kansas City and grew up in the Chicago suburbs and I'm happy to be working in the state of my birth, Missouri. I've been married to Kathy for 19 years and we're the proud parents of a rescued Greyhound named JJ. I root for the Royals and Cubs, don't put ketchup on hot dogs, and never met a pizza I didn't like.
It’s Time To Renew Those Lucas Oil Speedway Show-Me 100 Three Day Passes
Lucas Oil Speedway is set for one of the most exciting weekends of racing when they run the "Show-Me" 100 in May. Now's the time to renew your three-day passes.
Last Week Was A Good One for Warrensburg’s Most Wanted Monday
At the end of December, Warrensburg Police started a feature called Most Wanted Monday. Last week time ran out for four of the wanted on the list.
Early Morning Fire Damages Home on West Market Street in Warrensburg
The Warrensburg Fire Department is reminding residents to check their smoke alarms after an early morning fire at a home on West Market Street.
This Home Is A Great Place to Stay During the Missouri State Fair
The best Airbnb in Sedalia to book for the Missouri State Fair.
Farmers’ Markets Can Get $1,000 Grant for Promotion
Area farmers' markets can get up to a $1,000 grant towards the promotion of their markets thanks to the Missouri Department of Agriculture.
UCM Public Safety Offering Free Self Defense Classes for UCM Community
If you feel vulnerable when you're out and about in town. Change that in the new year.
Highway Patrol Wants Truckers to Help Defend Against Human Trafficking
Human trafficking can happen anywhere, including Missouri highways, so the highway patrol is participating in an awareness initiative targeted at truckers.
Here’s Why The Chiefs Might Not Play in a California Super Bowl
If the Chiefs make it to the Superbowl, Covid-19 may decide if it's played in California or Texas.
Food Adventures: Lunch at Whataburger In Lee’s Summit
Rob and his wife Kathy check out the new Whataburger in Lee's Summit to see if it measures up to the Whataburgers they enjoyed in Texas.
When Dry January May Indicate You Have A Bad Relationship With Alcohol
I always smile and shake my head when the boozier of my friends decide that what they need to do to give their liver a rest is partake in Dry January.