Hey there, I'm Melissa! I'm newly married, and trying to figure out how to be an adult. We have two rescued Pit Bulls, Wrigley and George (I've always thought it was funny when dogs had people names). When I'm not on air, I'm either at the gym or watching my Chicago Cubs play! Growing up my report cards always said "Melissa is a social butterfly" which was a nice way of my teachers saying "Melissa talks too much" so throw that in with my love of music, and I'd say radio and I are a pretty good match!
Get Pets Vaccinated Newburgh Low Cost Vaccine Clinic October 19th
This is a great way to get your pets up to date, and save some money.
Protect Yourself with Free Paper Shredding This Friday at Wesselman Park
Here's a good way to safely dispose of documents that may have sensitive information for free.
Chili Dog Walk & Car Show for Another Chance For Animals October 26
October 26th, is a fun event you won't want to miss, and it helps benefit a local rescue!
Much of the Tri-State Under Frost Advisory Tonight (10/11)
It seemed like Fall would never get here, and after nice temps this week things are going to drop.
Certain Chicken Products Sold at Some Aldi & Krogers in Indiana & Kentucky Recalled
There has been a recall of some poultry products over concerns of Listeria.
Willard Library Kicking off Free Grey Lady Ghost Tours This Weekend
Ever want to catch a glimpse of the Grey Lady? This may be your best chance.
New Restaurant Coming to Evansville Serving Baked Goods, Ramen, and Southeastern Asian Str…
There's been a lot of work happening at the building located between Ingle and 2nd Streets downtown, and something really cool is coming.
Retired EPD K-9 Passes Away Gets a Proper Goodbye
Evansville Police Department K-9 Bubba passed away at age 14 after 6 years of service to our community.
If You See an EPD K-9 at Fall Fest You Can Collect an Exclusive Trading Card
Evansville Police Department have some fun trading cards you can collect while visiting Fall Fest.
Evansville Police Release Fall Festival Child Safety Tips
Fall Festival is this week, and crowds will be flocking to Franklin Street. The EPD reminds parents of ways to be vigilant to help keep kids safe.