I consider myself lucky to have been born and raised right here in the Rock River Valley, a place that my family and my wife Amy's family have called home for generations. I was first hired at WROK in 1983, and except for a short departure, I've spent my entire career right here in Rockford. Halloween of 2019 will mark my 18th anniversary of hosting the WROK Morning Show, making me the longest-serving morning show host in the station's nearly 100-year history. Amy and I have been happily married for 28 years, with two (now grown) children, Spencer (who does voice-overs for audio books and commercial voice-over work, too), and Molly (a graduate of Rock Valley College who also dazzles with service at a popular local restaurant). I'm luckier than I ever thought possible. When I'm not here at the station, I can usually be found at one of Rockford's many great, local events, either as host/master of ceremonies, or as an attendee. If we should meet, feel free to buy me 1 to 7 drinks.
Wisconsin Police Respond To Reports Of A Wayward Kangaroo
When they got the initial reports of a kangaroo roving about the town of Grand Chute, the police department...wait for it...hopped to it (sorry).
Wisconsin Powerball Winner Is ‘Paying It Forward’
A 24-year-old Powerball winner from Wisconsin didn't forget where he came from. And, on Mother's Day, he decided to go out and try to share the wealth a little bit.
Chicago Cubs Announce Regional Sports Network Coming in 2020
Hunting to see which channel the Cubs game is on will be a thing of the past after this coming season.
FDA Recalls 9 Brands of Dry Dog Food For Toxicity
The FDA is alerting pet owners and veterinary professionals about several recalls in dry dog foods after receiving complaints that the dogs consuming these brands experienced vitamin D toxicity.