BUFFALO, N.Y. - Professional Experience
- Joined the News 4 team August,1994
- General Assignment Reporter WFLD-TV, Chicago, Illinois
- Weekend Anchor/Political Reporter WLNE-TV, Providence, Rhode Island
- Troubleshooter/Back-up Weekend Anchor WDTN-TV, Dayton, Ohio
- Anchor/Reporter/Producer WANE-TV, Fort Wayne, Indiana
- 1991/1992 Emmys from the Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards for Spot News Coverage: "Great Chicago Flood" and "West Town Gas Explosion"
- Bachelor of Science degree in Radio and Television, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
- Graduate Survey in Economics, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
Hobbies and Interests
- Softball and Ice Skating for SABAH
- Public Speaker and host of many community events
- Wife and two children
- "Codie" our "Sheltie"
- "Field of Dreams"
What I Like About Buffalo
- "It's a family town."
Most Interesting Assignments
- EZ Pass bogus tickets.
- Orchard Park Village's sidewalk snowplow accused of running toll barriers at Lincoln and Holland Tunnels in New York City.
An Erie County judge has ruled that the statements Candace Cartagena made to police will be used in her murder trial. Of the six statements, two were not allowed in.
Friends and family of 20-year-old Ashley Nelson have not heard from her since September 17th.
A Dinosaur Bar-B-Que restaurant is taking another step closer to opening in Buffalo. The restaurant, that is slated to open in February, will begin hiring for hourly positions on Monday.
The Niagara County SPCA is so packed with cats and dogs that the shelter is waiving adoption fees on many of its animals this holiday season. But a distraught pet owner came to us claiming the shelter sold her a cat that was so sick she …
The FDA is warning that recalled automated external defibrillators (AEDs) made by Philips Healthcare could fail in life or death situations.
The old Red Mill is a major part of Williamsville's history but it has sat empty for about a decade. Sweet Jenny's store owners Howard and Tara Cadmus are moving down Main Street into the historic mill.