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.
Conservative Bozeman Commissioner Krauss Battles Liberal Agenda
Raising taxes in Bozeman is something that is being pushed by the majority of members of the city commission.
Rosendale: Tester Accepts Dark Money Help from Pro-Hillary Group
According to Matt Rosendale, this "dark money" group is propping up Jon Tester’s campaign, despite Tester’s comments that he’s "not going to rely on super PACs or dark money groups."
Trump Signs Gibson Dam Hydro Bill Into Law
President Trump just signed the Montana congressional delegation’s legislation on the Gibson Dam Hydro Project into law.
Officials Issue Alert Over Meat That Wasn’t Inspected
The Montana Department of Livestock officials have issued a public health alert urging people to throw out or return meat products produced by K&C Foods after April 5.
Tester Has Ten Times More Cash Than Rosendale
Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale has about one-tenth as much cash as Democratic incumbent Sen. Jon Tester
Commissioners Approve More Property Taxes, This Time for ‘Silver’ Parks Plan
Tuesday on AM 1450 KMMS, Bozeman City Commissioner Jeff Krauss explained why city leadership voted to raise property taxes by over $200 in order to help maintain city parks.
Montana Greens Must Tell What They Paid For Signatures
Montana's commissioner of political practices said Friday that the Green Party violated campaign laws by failing to report the cost of signatures gathered by a political consultant to qualify the party for the ballot.
Yellowstone NP Bus Sells for $170K
A piece of Yellowstone National Park history has been purchased by an anonymous buyer at a Montana auction. The bright yellow touring bus was one of 27 vehicles used to carry visitors around Yellowstone.
Banning Dogs In Bozeman, Montana
A ban on dogs, not allowing them in barbershops and salons in Montana has failed. Enthusiastic pet owners helped shoot down the proposal to ban man's (and woman's) best friend.
Opinion: Trump’s a President Who Tells the Truth
Whatever the intelligence community says has to be true, remember how we found all those weapons of mass destruction?