KTTS News Director Jason Rima
Jason Rima started at KTTS News in 1997. He was named news director in February 2021. He handles morning drive, breaking news and severe weather coverage for KTTS News. He’s perhaps best known for spending more than 20-years as the KTTS Go Patrol traffic reporter. He graduated from Drury University.
Matt Moyer has been a part-time news anchor and reporter for KTTS News since November 2021. He previously worked for KTTS as on-air talent. He graduated from Missouri State University.
Sarah Myers is a part-time news anchor and reporter for KTTS News. She’s also the executive producer for KSGF Mornings with Nick Reed. She graduated from Drury University.
George Lawson anchors afternoon drive for KTTS News. He’s the news executive producer for sister station KFDI in Wichita.
Chris Maslen anchors afternoon news on KTTS News. He works part-time for sister station KFDI in Wichita.
Tim Wilund – KTTS Go Patrol Traffic
I was born and raised in St. Louis. When I was a about 8 years old, my parents got a reel-to-reel tape recorder where I started doing DJ shows, news, weather, and traffic for fun. I went to SEMO in Cape Girardeau where I did my first broadcasting on the campus radio station in 1976. Having been completely bitten by the radio world…I move on to the Broadcast Center in St. Louis and completed my training and got my first radio job in Cape on KGMO in 1977. Over the years I have worked at various stations throughout Missouri and ventured out the state with working on-air Austin, Texas for radio stations owned by Lady Byrd Johnson.
But it was back home to Missouri 1988 and worked at a variety of radio stations until when a unique opportunity came about doing airborne traffic reports live from the helicopter in 2005. That combined my love of not only broadcasting of flying. 17 years later I’m still covering the highways of Missouri and now every day in Springfield on KTTS Go Patrol Traffic.
I am a huge hockey fan of the St. Louis Blues and of course a Cardinals fan. I have 2 grown children. I love boating, fishing, and swimming at Table Rock lake and a few other places around Missouri.
Join me every weekday morning and afternoon for the latest on the roads on KTTS Go Patrol Traffic.