Yes, another opportunity for me, Evan Schreiber, to tell you about me - as if I don’t do it enough on my Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
Let’s begin with the beginning: I was born in Los Angeles County and my parents loved me instantly - my words, not theirs. Fast forward and I ended up in northern California for college at California State University, Chico (GO other WILDCATS).
The North State instantly became my second home and it stayed that way for more than a decade. I put my Music Industry & Technology education to good use (sarcasm) and got into broadcasting; first in news and sports radio, then in TV at KHSL/KNVN in Chico, CA, then more TV at KIEM in Eureka, CA, and then even more TV at KRCR in Redding, CA. Now I have come hither to Tucson News Now and I couldn’t be more thrilled!
I live every day to find and tell a story. The opportunity to get out in the southern Arizona community and meet wonderful people like you is why I do what I do. But best of all, there are so many easy ways for you to contact me and share your story! Emailing me here email@example.com is one option. Social media is another. Or you could always come up to me on the street and say hello.
If I’m not in the newsroom, I’m likely eating good food, exploring good places or playing poor golf. I love watching sports, and hope you’ll let me adopt UA as my new favorite team. BEAR DOWN!
You’re still reading? I’m honored! I will do my absolute best to keep you this interested in every story I tell.
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The ordeal has left the bride without what she ordered and it's left her uncle, Bill, warning wary couples.“We want to make sure that if you have these memories, you get to keep them for the rest of your life.”
At about 6:10 that night, the officers found 45-year-old Chris Basinger slumped over and lifeless in the driver's seat. In newly released video from the officer's body cameras, they pull him out of the car by his arm and lay him down on the ground to find that he does not have a pulse.
Parents, students, teachers, and community members had been urging the school district to keep the school open since the board first considered closure of the school, built in 1974 on Oldfather Road, back in March 2018.
"With old, young, and people who have different abilities - pets, children, and rollerbladers, it seems as though they'd be taking a risk to cross," said Kay Rudek, a resident who attended Monday's meeting.
The NASA InSight controllers called all the right shots for a successful landing, on a landing spot scouted out by Dr. Veronica Bray and her team at the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.
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Marana Superintendent Dr. Doug Wilson will hold a discussion on “Developing District Master Plan,” which will include comments on facility usage, school enrollment, expansions, boundary changes, and a school closure.