Originally from Southern California, Mark has called Las Vegas home since 1998. His radio career began in 1992 in the high desert town of Yucca Valley and, over the next six years, moved toward the coast working in San Bernardino, Redlands, Riverside, and San Diego. Mark has worked on-air in various music formats, production, news and traffic reporting. He joined the KXNT news staff in early 2010.
Mark is married with one daughter, two cats and a dog. He enjoys reading, poker, movies, coffee, sports (Lakers, Dodgers and Cowboys) and investigative TV shows.
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