I was born and raised right here in the Rockford area. I graduated from Harlem High School in 1997. After bouncing around the suburbs for awhile, I decided to go into radio about 6 years ago. I spent four of those at 670 WSCR The Score as an afternoon producer before I made my way back home here at WROK. I'm loving it so far and hope to be here for quite awhile. Thanks for listening!
Harlem Wins WROK’s Friday Night Lights Take Over
Congratulations to Harlem for coming out on top of our first ever poll to see where we will be broadcasting from on Friday night.
The Perfect Gaming Getaway In Illinois Comes With An Arcade Dungeon
This is honestly one of the more impressive Airbnbs I've ever seen.
Excellent Local Coffee Brand Is Now Available In Illinois Meijer’s
Our friends over at Fire Department Coffee have some major news to announce.
Chicago White Sox Win A Playoff Game With The Help Of A (Possible) Wizard And His Cane
Simply known as "Cane Guy" to thousands of people on social media, the White Sox have the type of cult hero that baseball teams love to have during a postseason run.
Which NIC-10 School Should Take Over WROK’s Friday Night Lights?
We are looking for some help deciding where to go this Friday night for our weekly Friday Night Lights high school football broadcast.
Did You Know? Homecoming Was Invented In Illinois.
Dresses are being bought, dinner plans are being made, and picturesque spots all over town are being flocked to by parents trying to catch their young adults in a perfect timeless moment on their phones.
This Is The Perfect Gift For A White Sox Fan If You Have An Extra Million Dollars Lying Ar…
You'll actually need a little more than a million now.
One Of The Best Italian Beefs In Illinois Can Be Found In A Loves Park Gas Station
You never know where you're going to find some treasures, so make sure you leave no stone unturned.
Latest Video Is More Proof That Former Chicago Bear Peanut Tillman Is The Best
Charles "Peanut" Tillman is one of the greatest Chicago Bears of all time.
Weiner Circle In Chicago Offers Up Free Dogs If Bulls Fail
The Chicago Bulls of the 2021-22 season are not the Bulls you have seen at the United Center over the past decade.