Born and raised in Essexville, MI. I've spent my entire adult life in radio and mostly rock radio. Before coming to Bismarck, I spent nearly 10 years on the radio in Saginaw, MI. I'm a huge sports fan and have absolutely no problem cheering on my Detroit teams wherever I may be...GO TIGERS! I'm also a big fan of drinking beer, which usually goes hand-in-hand with the sports aspect of my life. If you and I have a few beers together, we'll be friends in no time...And I'll probably offend you in some way. I'm also a huge horror movie fan and own an extensive DVD and Blu-Ray collection. Zombies, blood, guts...I dig it all. Thanks for checking out my bio and for listening to 96.5 The Fox!
Woman Reveals Surgically-Added Third Breast, But Is It a Hoax? [UPDATED, POLL]
UPDATE: The story has been verified as being a hoax, thanks to the fact someone had previously stolen this woman's "3 breast prosthesis." The jig is officially up.
Shoveling 4-Year Old Just Wants Jesus to ‘Make It Warm’ [VIDEO]
I think the cold weather has finally gotten to all of us, including this four-year-old, who has a special request -- for Jesus.
Administrators Sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Parody to Announce School Closing [VIDEO]
With the Midwest and East Coast still getting pummeled with snow, some administrators have come up with new and fun ways to announce their school closings. Like a "Bohemian Rhapsody" parody, for example.
North Dakota Woman Hides Glass Meth Pipe in Her Vagina, Internal Bleeding Ensues
In another case of "Really? Someone actually did that?", a woman from North Dakota was discovered bleeding from her vagina after a car accident, but not because of the crash. The glass meth pipe she stuck in there had broken.
EXCLUSIVE: KX News Director Tom Gerhardt Discusses Ron Burgundy’s Visit to Bismarck [AUDIO…
Residents of Bismarck, ND were shocked when they tuned in to KX News Saturday night and saw Will Ferrell, dressed as legendary broadcaster Ron Burgundy, set to deliver the news. Now, we have exclusive details on Burgundy's appearance, from KX News Director Tom Gerhardt.