Dr.T has been on the air in Cedar City since 1992. His radio roots go back to the "golden age" of radio, as his grandfather was a producer on the "Fibber McGee and Molly" Show. The stories grandpa told him inspired him to pursue a career in radio beginning in the Riverside, California market in 1975. While working in Rexburg, Idaho he graduated from Ricks College. He currently serves as co-host of the Big Picture Morning Show, along with hosting the popular Tradio show. His wife, Tammy and he are the parents of three children, all of whom continue to live in Southern Utah.
SUU Thunderbird Fall Football Camp Underway
The Thunderbirds are in for a challenge, facing some strong opponents with impressive records from the 2022 season.
Boating Regulation Changes Take Effect This Weekend
Both residents and non-residents are now required to pay the aquatic invasive species fee at the DWR website.
SUU Director Of Athletics Named To NCAA Division 1 Council
With nearly 30 years of experience, including 10 years as a Division I director of athletics, Knuth brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this prominent role.
SUU Names New Men’s Basketball Coach
New coach comes to Cedar City from Western Illinois University
SUU Women’s Gymnastics Capture Conference Crown, Head to NCAA Regionals
Will compete in Los Angeles Regional at UCLA
WAC Championship Game Broadcast Moved To Fox Sports Southern Utah
Game can be streamed at KSUB590.com and on the KSUB app
SUU Gets Improbable Win Over UVU; Plays For WAC Championship
Championship game tonight at 9:30 Mountain Time.
SUU Grabs Big Win Over Utah Tech In WAC Tournament Quarterfinal
Next up Utah Valley tonight
Time Is Not On Our Side
It's time to rethink the necessity of Daylight Savings Time
SUU Stumbles At Home To Grand Canyon University
Regular season finale on Friday.