Bill Cooper has spent more than 40 years in radio and television in the Pacific Northwest. During his career Bill has covered thousands of stories. A few of note include the eruption of Mt. St. Helens; the Senator Bob Packwood sexual harassment scandal; and the bizarre story surrounding Tonya Harding. Bill has also narrated 13 audio books. He recently completed his autobiography, “Tuned In – A Life on and off the radio” which was a finalist and received an honorable mention from the 2018 Oregon Writers Colony contest. Besides being an author, Bill is the owner & voice talent at VoiceImage NW providing voice services for clients across the country. Bill and his wife live in Beaverton, Oregon. They have two grown daughters and one incredibly adorable granddaughter.