Nick Kessler grew up in Michigan and got his start working in radio at a classic rock station out of Detroit. From there he landed his first on air gig at WRIF's HD2 station RIFF2. Shortly thereafter he started mornings in Ann Arbor for the famous W4 Country. Nick recently moved to the Hudson Valley but loves what the entire region has to offer. His two cats, Patti and Boo Boo always cause him to be the subject of ridicule but he couldn't be more proud of them. He likes short walks to Stewart's for a burger and always enjoys a good pun.
NY Bill Would Ban Cigarette Filters
A new bill was proposed in New York that would ban cigarette filters and there are no ifs, ands or "butts" about it.
Video of Cat Attacking NY Celebrity Goes Viral
Some cats don't like selfies. A video of a crazy cat here in Upstate New York attacking its owner has generated millions of views in just two days.
NY Knitters Needed To Help Rescued Australian Animals
Knitting fools in the Hudson Valley, we want you. Knitters from all around the world are being asked to make items of a certain koala-ty to help rescued wildfire from fires in Australia.
Giant Fishkill Cross Vandalism Investigated as Hate Crime
The destruction of the Christian symbol and beloved Hudson Valley landmark is being handled as a biased crime.
Connecticut Man’s 100 MPH Crash Caught on Live Stream
Something tells me that his insurance premium is about go up.
Popular Netflix Show ‘You’ Features HV in Newest Season
If you're like me you've been anticipating the latest season of the hit show, 'You' for about a year now.
NY Parents Upset After Coach Takes Kids to Hooters
When I was a kid we all just went out for ice cream after a game. Oh, to be young again.
Hudson Valley Bakery Offering Leg Lamp Christmas Cookie
Oh, fudge! These crumbly cookies are not fragile. They're delicious.
NY Man Proposes During Fake Robbery Attempt in Must See Video
If you want to bring her to tears during your proposal this is a good way to do it.
NY Apartment Collecting Dog DNA From Lazy Tenants
Almost everyone loves dogs but not everyone loves cleaning up after them. An apartment complex in upstate New York is collecting the DNA of their tenant's dogs so they can determine who isn't cleaning up of their dog.