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.
I Hung Out With Joe Jackson, Creator of The Jacksons
Joe Jackson just died at 89 years-old this week. Joe, who was the father of 10 kids, created and launched the careers of the Jackson 5, and later The Jacksons and Michael Jackson.
If You Think a Grizzly Is Going To Kill You, You Can Kill It
As we talked about on Dominick In The Morning today a federal appeals court on overturned the conviction of a Montana man who shot and killed a protected grizzly bear, ruling that he should have been able to claim that he acted in self-defense.
Zinke Wearing Trump Socks May Be Violating Federal Law
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has deleted a photo of himself wearing socks with President Donald Trump's face and the slogan "Make America Great Again."
Bank Mistakenly Seizes Montana Man’s Home
A Montana homeowner from Whitehall wants $168,000 in damages from Wells Fargo after the bank seized his home. Seems it was a mistake.
Opinion: Trump Jr. Tweets Seem Innocent But May Hurt Dad’s Reelection
Could this hurt President Trump's chances for reelection in 2020?
Montana Tribe Can’t Find $14.5 Million
Montana's Crow Indian Tribe has been unable to account for $14.5 million it received for transportation programs.
Mark Levin Is Now On AM1450 KMMS
Starting Monday, one of the best talk show hosts is coming to AM1450 KMMS
Montana Supreme Court Says Student Needed Miranda Warning
The Montana Supreme Court has ruled a University of Montana campus police officer was wrong to hold a student.
Hunters Are Killing Too Many Bobcats
Montana wildlife managers want a 40-percent reduction in the quota for bobcats killed by trappers in the southwestern portion of the state because their are signs the population is declining.
Montana Judge Stops Montana Medicaid Cuts
A state judge has ordered Montana health officials to temporarily reinstate last year's Medicaid reimbursement rates.