Pure valley boy. Grew up in Yakima. Graduated from Eisenhower High School in 1982 and Seattle University in 1997. I've been reading, writing and producing news for KIT since 1992. I married my elementary school sweetheart and am the proud father of an 18-year-old daughter who attends Heritage University and is studying to be a doctor. When I'm not working, I'm skiing. Been on skis for the past 41 years.
Tourists Loving The Yakima Valley In 2018
All that money funds 3,800 people in the tourism industry and brings in about $39 million in state and local taxes that help support road repairs, police and fire units in Yakima County.
Learn to Cook for One in Cooking Class
For more information call the hospital at 574-6746.
Start Planning For Red Wine And Chocolate Weekend
Premier passes and more information are available at the website at wineyakimavalley.org.
Motorcycle Group Cleans Yakima, Plans Another Cleanup Day
The group's next project is near the Greenway at North 16th Avenue on Feb. 23.
Washington Drivers Paying Closer Attention, New Survey Finds
In 2017, Washington passed the Driving Under the Influence of Electronics (E-DUI) Act, which prohibits any hand-held device use while operating a vehicle.
West Valley Voters Asked To Support Bond
Brophy will appear on The Morning News at 7:40 Thursday on KIT.
Yakima Police Chief To Release Policing Plan
The council meets at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday at Yakima City Hall.
Banks and Credit Unions Reaching Out to Federal Workers
Many federal employees missed paychecks Friday as the partial shutdown of the government cut deeper. But some financial institutions are trying to help.
Government Shutdown Not Impacting Yakima Airport
Yakima Air Terminal Manager Rob Peterson says anyone visiting the airport wouldn't know that the government is in a partial shutdown.
Crime Stoppers Yakima County Waiting For Tips
You can call 1-800-248-9980. You can also download the crimestoppers app on your smart phone the p3 app is available at your app store.