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.
Kentucky State Parks Adjust Operations & Schedules Amid Covid-19 Concerns
Amid all of the closings and changes taking place all across the United States, Kentucky State Parks are the latest to implement changes
Indiana BMV Implements Changes Amid Covid-19 Concerns
Indiana BMV has suspended late registration fees but that's not the only change that came after Governor Holcomb's Executive Order issued on Thursday
2020 Spring Heavy Trash Pick-Up Postponed Until Further Notice
City officials, along with Evansville Water and Sewer Utility have announced that heavy trash pick up will be postponed
5 Boredom Busters To Practice Safe Social (Media) Distancing
Here are 5 ways to distract (entertain/relax/enjoy) yourself that don't include using social media during social distancing amid coronavirus outbreaks.
St. Vincent ELC Closes Early – Staff Member Has Been In Contact with COVID-19
St. Vincent Early Learning Center has closed a day earlier than planned after administrators learned an employee of St. Vincent ELC has recently been in contact with another individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Deaconess Asking Local Crafters For Help Making Masks Amid COVID-19 Prep
If you know your way around a sewing machine, Deaconess is asking for your help to make fabric masks to help the local medical community prepare for COVID-19.
Evansville Public Library Suspending Programs & Meeting Room Reservations
The Evansville Vanderbugh Public Library (EVPL) has announced their decision to suspend all EVPL programs, outreach services and meeting room reservations until further notice
Sobriety Checkpoint Planned in Vanderburgh County Friday March 13, 2020
The ISP will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint in Vanderburgh County as part of Operation Pullover.
Expect Ramp Closures For Parts Of The Lloyd in Evansville Beginning March 16th
Traveling the Lloyd Expressway in Evansville is about to get even tougher and potentially more frustrating.
Donations Now Being Accepted for Scholarship Fund Established in Memory of Nicolas C. Belc…
To carry on his legacy and to help ensure that other bright and caring students devoted to the service of others get to go on to college, the family of Nicolas Belcher has established a scholarship to honor his memory.
Entries Being Accepted for 2nd Annual River City Pride Parade
For the 2nd year in a row, Evansville will celebrate Pride Month with the River City Pride Festival and parade entries are now being accepted.
Mason is The Brindle Love Of Your Life [GBF PC Pound Puppy Of The Week]
Mason is a big, brindle boy looking for his forever. He is just over 2 years old and weighs a whopping 65 pounds.