I'm Melissa, a millennial who is still trying to figure this whole "being an adult" thing out. In school I always had "Melissa is a social butterfly" on my report cards which was the nice way my teachers said "Melissa talks too much" so it would seem radio and I are a pretty good match! When I'm not on air you can find me hanging out with my son and my husband, and can't forget our first two babies, our rescued pit bulls, Wrigley and George. And if you can't guess by my dog's name, I'm also a huge fan of the Chicago Cubs!
Are Sky Lanterns Legal in the State of Indiana?
Are you lighting up the night or breaking the law?
Evansville’s Franklin Street Bazaar Will NOT Happen on June 10th, but It Will be Back
Every Saturday in the summer the Franklin Street Bazaar is open, except for June 10th, here's why.
An Edgar Allan Poe Themed Speakeasy Will Be Popping Up in Indiana this Summer
A few spooky evenings of nightmares and libations will be happening in July.
From Pints to Pickles: Southern Indiana Brewery Serves Up Dill Pickle Pizza
Dill pickle pizza went viral in 2022, and now you can find it in southern Indiana.
More Than Just Weeds: How Dandelions in Indiana and Kentucky Can Predict Rain
If you're wondering if you need to grab your raincoat, you just need to look at the dandelions in your yard.
Add a Stop at Buc-ees Onto Your Smoky Mountain Vacation Tennessee’s Second Location Opens This Month
If you're heading down to the Smoky Mountains this summer, you can add a stop at Buc-ees to your vacation to-do list!
New Fear Unlocked: Leaving Your Sunglasses on Your Dashboard Can Spark a Fire
Sunglasses on your dash can spark a fire, and it's already happened once this summer.
Lyme Disease on the Rise in Indiana – Department of Health Warns to Check for Ticks
Lyme disease cases are on the rise in the Hoosier state, here are ways to protect yourself.
Youth Baseball Field in Evansville Faces Setback After Concession Stand Was Robbed
The community is rallying together to help support youth sports, but more donations are still needed.
Southern Indiana Water Company Issues Warning: Avoid Submerging Your Hose When Filling Your Pool
When filling your swimming pool you should avoid submerging your hose below the waterline, here's why.
Evansville Restaurant is Closing it’s West Side Location
It's always a bummer to see a local business close its doors.
The Final Full Moon of Spring is the Strawberry Moon Here’s When to See it Over Indiana and Kentucky
June's full moon is the final full moon of spring, and then summertime is officially here.