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.
Cheyenne Police Reiterate Need for Stricter Eluding Laws
Gabriel Villalva was arrested on Sept. 19 after leading police on a 15-minute chase which ended with his SUV catching fire.
Cheyenne Police to Host Active Shooter Training
The training will be held at the Cheyenne Public Safety Center at 415 W. 18th Street on Oct. 4 from 5:30-6 p.m.
BREAKING: Cheyenne Animal Shelter Board President Resigns; Fecht’s Future Unknown
Illoway's resignation comes just three weeks after an 80 pound pit bull named Tanner was pepper sprayed at the direction of the shelter's CEO, Bob Fecht.
UPDATE: Cheyenne Police ID Man Who May Know Motorcycle Thief
Police say the bike was stolen in August and the man may know who stole it.
Cheyenne Animal Shelter Responds to Dog Abuse Violations
The shelter plans to provide an updated statement on Thursday after the board has a chance to discuss the matter.
Cheyenne Animal Shelter Leader, Employees Facing Abuse Charges
Police have determined that CAS President and CEO Bob Fecht and two employees committed animal abuse by pepper spraying a dog after it bit an employee.
BREAKING: Cheyenne Teacher Pleads Guilty in Sex Abuse Case
Joe Meza entered the plea Tuesday afternoon in Laramie County District Court, just one day into his trial.
Transient Charged in Stabbing Behind Cheyenne Bar
When police searched Potter, they found a knife in his pants pocket which he advised was the knife he used to stab Robinson.
Cheyenne Council May Kill Agreement with Animal Shelter
The move comes just weeks after CAS President and CEO Bob Fecht ordered the use of pepper spray on a pit bull named Tanner after the dog attacked an employee.
Trial Begins for Cheyenne Teacher Accused of Sexual Abuse
Joe Meza is facing eight counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a minor.