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The Rob's Radio Show with Maddie West
Hear Maddie’s On-Air Flub About ‘Having Birth’
This morning, we were talking to Ron Rhodes about Maddie finding the perfect wedding dress. But, then things got a little weird. Check it out!
Wintry Mix Headed for the Tri-State Friday and Saturday
Road conditions could deteriorate quickly Friday evening into Saturday morning.
10 Kinds of Workers Who Deserve a Tip
It's expected to tip your waiter or waitress, but in our opinion, there's tons of other workers out there that deserve some recognition for their hard work.
Urgent: Warrick Humane Society has Several Heart Worm Positive Dogs that Need Homes
We visited Warrick Humane Society and learned they have acquired several heartworm positive dogs that need homes!
See Our WHS Pet of the Week: Marty McFly
With his crazy Terrier hair, he looks a bit like more Doc but Marty has a fun and upbeat personality. Just don't call him "chicken"!
Shoplifter Attempts Getaway on Rascal Scooter – It Came From Evansville Watch [VIDEO]
Welcome to round two of two this week of "It Came From Evansville Watch". This time a man attempts to flee police by rolling down Green River Road in a shopping scooter after shoplifting from a local Schunck's grocery store.
Mirror Stolen from Eastland Mall Kiosk – It Came From Evansville Watch [VIDEO]
Someone apparently in desperate need of a mirror decides to just take one from a kiosk at Eastland Mall, instead of buying one like a normal human being.
Man Drops Pants at Evansville Convenience Store – It Came From Evansville Watch [VIDEO]
An Evansville man shows his displeasure in the fact a convenience store won't sell him cigarettes by dropping his pants to the floor. Only in Evansville!
Food Trucks Now Offering More Lunch Options in Downtown Evansville – Here’s Our Food Wish …
Downtown Evansville will now have more lunch options. From now until New Year's Eve, a pilot program allowing food trucks between Locust and Walnut at lunchtime will give those who live or work downtown more variety in dining choices.