I'm Pete and I'm the Digital Managing Editor at Townsquare Media Tri-Cities. I got a job here doing odds and ends at the station in 2012 after graduating from Tri-Tech Skills Center and I've been here ever since. I've lived in all of the "big three" Tri-Cities after moving here in 2003, so I consider myself a native of our community. I'm a big fan of metal & 80's pop and I also really love 80's movies. My movie collection is constantly growing to the point where my wife looks my way when there's a package at our door. My favorite directors are Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. My wife and I have two beautiful little girls together, both of whom are named after "sports things." We all enjoy animation from Disney movies and shows to Rick & Morty and South Park.
Super Bowl Betting: What You Need to Know in Washington
If you want to bet on the Super Bowl this year, here's what you need to know if you live in Washington.
Before He Was the Father of Affirmative Action, He Was a Pasco City Councilman
It's Black History Month all over the United States, so today we'd like to honor and remember an icon who went on to be a civil rights icon, after being a Pasco City councilman.
Video Shows Seattle Police Backing Down After Bystanders Intervene
People can be heard yelling at the officers to "calm down."
Do You Qualify For $1,200 From the State of Washington?
There's a new tax credit for struggling Washington families.
These Vintage Tri-Cities Commercials Will Take You Back in Time
On this journey, we will take you through some old commercials throughout the years.
Hilarious Webisodes Starring Kellen Moore & Justin Herbert MUST Be Seen
I had no idea these two could be so funny.
Washington Lawmakers Fill Ticketmaster Bill With Taylor Swift Puns
Do we have some Swifties in Olympia?
Pasco Man’s YouTube Channel Has 400K+ Subscribers & 350 Million Views
It's a nice little channel and I hope it makes you smile today.
Which Washington Apple is America’s Favorite?
It's not Cosmic Crisp, is it?
Want to Live in a National Landmark Right Here in Washington?
The Olde Glencove Hotel was built in 1897 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 by the U.S. Department of Interior.