I started as an actor, writer, director, producer, and now I’m a radio talk show host. My show on AM 1450 KMMS is called "Dominick in the Morning." I started out as an actor in Hollywood. I starred in the films like "Friday The 13th Part 5," "Busted," "Once Bitten" with Jim Carey, "National Lampoon’s Last Resort" and television shows like "Knight Rider," "Night Court," and "Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories." After acting, I moved into producing and directing my first film was called "Evil Laugh" and it was released to movie theaters by United Artists. Of all the things I have done, talk radio is what I like best. News, politics, pop culture, comedy, truth and love...that's what my show is all about. On "Dominick in the Morning" I try to show the listeners how things happening nationally and around the world are affecting them in their everyday lives, plus help them start the day with a laugh.
California & Washington State Are Hurting Montana
Western Republican lawmakers and industry executives are saying Washington state is blocking fossil fuel projects and it's unfair.
Yellowstone River Coming Back From Oil Spill
Gov. Steve Bullock is approving a plan to build new trails, fishing access sites and other recreational features along the Yellowstone River to make up for damages from a 2011 Exxon Mobil Corp. pipeline spill.
Absentee Ballots in Montana May Have Big Impact
Almost 118,000 Montana voters have returned absentee ballots for the June 5 primary.
Cat-Like Creature Found in Montana
A "cat-like" creature was found at the AM 1450 studio.
Gianforte Votes to Increase Military Pay
Today Congressman Greg Gianforte voted to increase military pay, military readiness, and increase America’s ability to confront aggression and national security threats.
Daines Joins Trump To Roll Back Dodd-Frank Regulations
President Donald Trump invited Senator Steve Daines to a bill signing ceremony at the White House for legislation that will roll back disastrous Dodd-Frank regulations.
AG Fox Wants Stiffer Penalties for Irresponsible Drug Manufacturers
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and a bipartisan coalition of other attorney general are calling on congressional leaders to pass measures to help hold opioid manufacturers accountable for their role in the opioid epidemic.
Three VA Facilities To Be Named in Honor of Montana Veterans
Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester and Congressman Greg Gianforte’s legislation to designate three Department of Veterans Affairs facilities passed the House of Representatives and will now head to the President’s desk to be signed into law. This legislation recognizes the commitment…
Border Agent Questions Two American Women for Speaking Spanish
Customs and Border Protection officials are reviewing an encounter between a Border Patrol agent and two women who were speaking Spanish at a gas station in northern Montana. Allegations have been made before of law-enforcement officers in Montana racially profiling people to find out their immigrat…
Woman Pleads Not Guilty in Bozeman Embezzlement Case
A former Bozeman employee pleaded not guilty to charges of embezzling from the city and a business organization.