I was born and raised nowhere near here. I'm from near St. Louis, MO. Music and sports are my two passions and have been instrumental in leading me to radio. If you don't see me out and about, then I'm probably watching more TV and Netflix than anyone else you know. In terms of music, I listen to pretty much anything I can dance to (nothing country). I also play and watch lots of sports including baseball, basketball, hockey, football, and golf, but not necessarily in that order of priority. People here are typically super nice, which makes Bismarck awesome! If you want, you can hear me talk about things and stuff while playing today's hottest music during your weekday afternoon, 3-7pm.
Eagles Make Trade to Get Carson Wentz a ‘New’ Offensive Weapon
Carson Wentz seems pretty happy after the Philadelphia Eagles went out and traded for a veteran playmaker on offense that Eagles fans are quite familiar with.
Two North Dakota Cities are Among the Happiest Cities in America
WalletHub released their annual list of the 'Happiest Cities in America' and North Dakota had not one, but two cities in the top twenty on that list.
Travel Alert Has Been Issued for Much of Southern ND
Heavy snow has created hazardous road conditions for much of south-central and southeastern North Dakota. A travel alert has been issued by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Updated Winter Storm Forecast for This Weekend
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for several areas throughout the state.
Winter Storm Watch For Several Portions of ND This Weekend
The National Weather Service in Bismarck has issued a Winter Storm Watch for this weekend that will go from late Friday night into Sunday afternoon.
NDSU Made the Most of Their Visit to the White House
The North Dakota State Bison national championship football team visited Washington, D.C. earlier this week.
The City of Bismarck is Using a New De-Icing Product
The City of Bismarck is switching to a different de-icing product to help counter conditions in subzero temperatures.
A Week From Today, We’re All Losing An Hour of Sleep
Prepare for that annual day where we spring forward in time. Daylight saving time begins a week from today and the clocks will move forward an hour.
Bismarck’s Winter is Coldest in 40 Years
As we're still experiencing the effects of winter with subzero high temperatures in the forecast for today, according to the National Weather Service, this winter has been Bismarck's coldest since 1979.
Century’s Lily Keplin Named ‘Player of the Year’ by KXMB Sports
If you've seen the Century High School Girls Basketball team play this year, you know what kind of talent Lily Keplin possesses on the basketball court. KXMB Sports has named her 'Player of the Year'.