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.
Motion Denied for Cheyenne Woman Charged in Fatal Stabbing
A Laramie County judge has denied a request by a Cheyenne woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend's wife to death.
6 to 8 Inches of Snow Expected West of Cheyenne
The National Weather Service in Cheyenne has upgraded a Winter Storm Watch to a Winter Storm Warning for higher elevations across southeastern Wyoming.
Stalled Semi Blocks One Lane of I-80 Near Vedauwoo
Westbound traffic near milepost 332.4 on Interstate 80 is being delayed by a stalled semi.
Speed & Alcohol Possible Factors in Fatal Wyoming Crash
The crash happened around 6:20 p.m. on 17 Mile Road.
Flatbed Trailer Stolen from Business in South Cheyenne
Lt. Don Hollingshead says the theft happened sometime between Oct. 9-23.
Westbound I-80 Between Cheyenne and Laramie Closed Due to Crash
Other travelers should expect black ice.
Cheyenne Man Who Caused Fatal Motorcycle Crash Won’t Face Charges
Malatesta says Van Tuyl was issued a stop sign ticket, but neither one of the Cheyenne men were impaired or speeding.
Cowboy Draw Jackpot Continues to Climb
The jackpot has been growing since May 3 and is the largest in the WyoLotto game's history.