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.
Ford Center & Victory Theatre Remind Public of New Clear Bag Policy
Both Ford Center and The Victory Theatre have recently implemented a "Clear Bag Policy" to continue their efforts to provide a safe and secure environment for concerts and events.
Don’t Deep Fry Your Thanksgiving Turkey Without Watching This First
We've all heard the horror stories about deep frying a Thanksgiving turkey but have you ever actually seen it for yourself? Watch this before you decide to deep fry.
You Can Be an Elf and Adopt a Child for Christmas with the US Postal Service
For the first time in history, the United States Postal Service is taking it's Operation Santa Program digital. This is your chance to be one of Santa's elves and adopt a Christmas letter from a child in need.
Newburgh Indiana Cat With Instagram-worthy Looks Could Be Yours
If a picture is worth a thousand words, Apollo's photos could write a novel. He is one of the most Instagram worthy cats I've ever seen and he is available for adoption.
Federal Authorities Raid Evansville Motorcycle Club Known as The Grim Reapers
Early this morning, according Tristate Homepage, the clubhouse for the Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club was raided by federal authorities.
Evansville Now Has Its First Ever Axe Throwing Range [VIDEO]
People often say that there's "nothing fun to do in Evansville." I've got an axe to grind (see what I did there?!?) with those people.
Cato Has Spent 1825 Days In the Shelter & Needs a Christmas Miracle
Cato has waited such a long time to find his forever home and he finally has a chance. He needs a Christmas miracle and you can help make that a reality!
One Retailer Is Hiring to Fill 2,500 Work-From-Home Holiday Jobs
Williams-Sonoma is hiring thousands of holiday employees and the best part? You can work from home, remotely.
Kentucky Hunters Can Donate Their Deer to Feed the Hungry
If you hunt in the state of Kentucky, you can donate your deer to help feed those in need during Kentucky Hunters for the Hungry Week
Harrison High School Athletics Hosting First Ever Soup Cook-Off
Harrison High School Athletics will host their first ever Soup Cook-Off with all proceeds benefiting the athletic teams at HHS.