Reesha On The Radio can be found galavanting about town with her 10-year-old daughter and a black cat that wants to be the Mayor! Born and raised in Nashville, Reesha is a true Southern Belle because she is always saying, "Miss me with that mess!" about something, usually, it's when she sees people putting quinoa in the pasta (her favorite food is pasta). Her favorite TV shows are Insecure, Columbo, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Hoarders EXTREME. Reesha wakes up grouchy and tired and goes to bed grouchy and tired, too. She calls it, "draggin' donkey." You can catch Reesha draggin' donkey all the time on this station!
Reesha On The Radio
This Samuel Adams Beer Is Illegal in Oregon but Not in Washington State
Find out why it's illegal!
Is an Occult Game to Blame for This Unsolved WA State Double Murder?
The mysterious double murder case has been unsolved since 1994!
The 10 Worst and Funniest Nail Salon Reviews in Yakima According to Yelp
Was the service really that bad or are these people just 'Karens'?
The Hoarders Are Coming! 4 Things That Might Fly Off Shelves Soon
Starting to see some signs that folks are going to start hoarding stuff again.
Angry Seattle Woman Goes Crazy in a Hatchet Attack over a $1 Bill
This story out of KING5 News in Seattle is just TOO WILD to ignore.
Look at This Amazing Hidden $2M Castle-esque Seattle Home for Sale
Buy your own fairytale castle tucked away in Seattle!
5 Thrilling Things You Can Use Besides Milk Crates for Challenges
Think outside the...crate.
Yakima County Can Return to Pools, Churches and Bars August 1st
Washington State Department of Health gives reopening updates for residents in Yakima County. This won't sit well with us in the Tri-Cities.
ThirdLeaf Delivers Healthy Groceries Right to Your Doorstep
One local home grocery delivery service wants to help you reduce your trips to the grocery store and stay healthy.
5 New Washington State Laws Going Into Effect During 2020
Some of the new Washington state laws in 2020 will regulate tobacco and vape sales, civilian and federal employee pay, and your domestic travel access within the United States.