A native New Yorker finding my way in North Dakota's Capitol, I have successfully navigated through Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, danced with joy to the Medora Musical, cruised on the Missouri River, observed the most beautiful sky in the nation, joined a gym, finished dead last in a Wallyball League sponsored by Bismarck Parks and Rec, voted in a Presidential election without needing to register, and made one whole friend. It's been quite the adventure with many more to come. My goal is to make the morning drive with Cool 98.7 the most fun, entertaining, and interactive show on the planet. We're in this together. Let's rock and roll!
Carson Wentz’s Week 7 Performance Up for ‘Clutch Performer of the Year’ Award
Fans can vote for Carson Wentz as part of the 2017 Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Year Award.
The Vikings Season is Over: Inside the Locker Room One Last Time
The Vikings were one game away from the Super Bowl but they fell well short in Philadelphia.
Bismarck Bobcats Spotlight: Johnny Roberts
Bismarck Bobcats goalie Johnny Roberts had a chat with Wish on Cool 98.7
97-Year Old, One Other, Die in Crash in Grand Forks County
Two people are dead following a crash on Thursday morning (Jan. 18) in Grand Forks County.
Man Tries to Run Over Bismarck Police Officer on Thursday Morning
Bismarck Police are searching for a man who they say tried to run over a police officer on Thursday morning.
North Dakota DOT Launches ‘Track-A-Plow Program’
Ever wondered where the plows were along North Dakota highways? Now you can find out.
Icy Roads Blamed for Fatal Crash in McKenzie County
A 59 year old man died in a car crash in McKenzie county according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Christmas Eve Robbery Attempt at Bismarck Gas Station [UPDATED]
As families across Bismarck-Mandan were awaiting Santa Claus to invade their homes on Christmas Eve, an unwelcome guest invaded a Bismarck gas station.
Bismarck Police Chief Dan Donlin is Retiring Later This Year
In a Facebook live announcement at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning (Jan. 17), Chief Dan Donlin said he would be retiring.
North Dakota is Far from the Greatest State for Women Owned Businesses
It's great that we live in a world that is more accepting of women being the top dog at any given company.