I joined Townsquare Media in June of 2015. My previous experience includes nearly 20 years in television broadcasting, the last seven of which I spent at KGWN-Television in Cheyenne, Wyoming. A Wyoming native, I graduated from Lingle-Fort Laramie High School in 1994. I was recruited to play basketball for Bethel College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. During my playing time at BC, the Royals made two National Tournament appearances, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 1996. I graduated from Bethel in May of 1997, with degrees in Media Communication and Speech Communication and minors in Art and Mass Communication. One of my passions is photography. In fact, I was awarded an Emmy by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Heartland Chapter in July of 2015 and have received seven Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Awards, including four for Best Photography.
Law Enforcement to Carry ‘Flame of Hope’ Through Cheyenne
The Special Olympics "Flame of Hope" will make its way through Cheyenne Thursday morning before arriving in Laramie for this year's Summer Games.
Drivers Urged to Stay Alert as Train Enthusiasts Flock to Wyoming
Beck says it's illegal to stop or park on the side of I-80 or along overpasses and bridges, and violators could be fined up to $235.
Campaign Calls for End to Death Penalty in Wyoming
The Wyoming Legislature in February voted down a bill that would have repealed the death penalty in the state.
Take Back Day Aimed at Preventing Drug Addiction, Overdoses
The Laramie County Sheriff's Office has taken in over 2,300 pounds of unused and unwanted prescription drugs since the program began in 2009.
Cheyenne Police Warn Facebook Users of ‘U.S. Treasury’ Scam
Police say the scammers are reaching people via Facebook Messenger through profiles that have been compromised.
Cheyenne Man Facing Felony Charges After Amber Alert
A 26-year-old Cheyenne man is facing felony charges after abducting his girlfriend's one-year-old son Thursday afternoon, prompting an Amber Alert.
LCSD1 Superintendent Issues Statement on McCormick Fliers
Officials are still working to determine who posted homophobic, racist fliers at Cheyenne's McCormick Junior High School Wednesday.
Wyoming is Averaging a Fatal Crash Every 2.35 Days
Thirty-four people have died on Wyoming's highways this year, compared to 17 in 2018, 19 in 2017 and 10 in 2016 to date.
WYDOT Shifting Personnel, Equipment in Preparation of Blizzard
Drivers should plan now for the storm, as travel will likely be difficult or impossible if current predictions hold true.
Cheyenne Robbers Involved in Multi-State Crime Spree Arrested
Two men involved in an armed robbery at a Cheyenne gas station early Friday morning are now behind bars.
Cheyenne Man Gets 40 Years for Marijuana-Related Killing
Authorities say Ramirez-Serna killed Justin Robinson in November 2017, dumped his body in a reservoir on the Wyoming Hereford Ranch and burned his SUV.
Over 40 Pounds of Marijuana Seized on I-80 in Cheyenne
A San Francisco, California woman could face up to 10 years in prison after a Wyoming trooper found 43.8 pounds of marijuana in her car.