Born and raised right here in the Tri-State, I am happy to call Evansville my home! From flute toting band geek in high school to life in headphones as a radio DJ, my love of music has been an integral part of my life. I've been a part of the Evansville airwaves since 2005, and my love of music has brought me the opportunity to be a part of so many peoples’ lives through my career in radio. During that time I have had the pleasure of meeting so many wonderful people. Someone once told me, “If you can’t give money, give time. If you can give money, give both.” I try to use that philosophy in my daily life by using my voice not only to entertain, but also to give back to our community.
Health Department Violations Close First Avenue Restaurant in Evansville
A local pizza restaurant has closed it's doors due to unsanitary conditions.
Evansville Regional Airport to Host First Ever Festival of Trees
Evansville Regional Airport is inviting local area nonprofits to help "deck the halls" of the terminal to create a festive atmosphere for travelers.
Four Freedoms Veterans Parade November 10th on Franklin Street
Join us for the 9th Annual Four Freedoms Veterans Parade taking place November 10th along Franklin Street from Wabash Avenue of Flags to St Joe Avenue.
Owensboro’s Trunnell’s Farm Hosting Adult Only Night Fall Fest
If you're ready for date night and you love the crisp fall air, you don't want to miss Trunnell's Farm's Adult Only Night this Friday night!
Local Haunted House Raising Donations for Tri-State Food Bank
There's a new nightmare in town... The Nightmare in Eastbrooke and it's scaring up canned food donations for the Tri-State Food Bank.
Castle Show Choirs to Host 5th Annual Cruise-In
Get your cars, trucks & motorcycles polished and ready to show off at the 5th Annual Castle Show Choirs' Trunk or Treat Cruise-In.
Uber & Lyft Offering Free or Reduced Rides on Election Day
In an effort to help people get to the polls in November, ride sharing companies, Uber & Lyft plan to offer free or reduced fee rides to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
Salmonella Contamination Results in Massive Beef Recall Across US
6.5 Million Pounds - that is how much beef "non-intact" product, including ground beef, that has been suspected of salmonella contamination.
Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm Hosting Children’s Day to Benefit Easterseals Rehabilitation
Join the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm for Children's Day to raise money for Easterseals Rehabilitation Center.
Evansville’s River City Coffee + Goods Looking for Stolen Schwinn Trike
Someone stole the "coffee trike" from River City Coffee + Goods in Downtown, Evansville.