Born and raised in Evansville (west side!), happily married, and the father of two kids, I fancy myself a connoisseur of life's finer things like superhero movies, deep fried foods, and cheap beer. Plus, if this radio thing doesn't work out, I could start a lucrative career as a Jeremy Renner impersonator.
Future Eagle Scout Creates Viewing Blind for Wesselman Woods
The blind will ideally keep visitors from scaring away the wildlife they are there to see.
ISP to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint This Weekend in Gibson County
The Indiana State Police announce they will setting up a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location this weekend in Gibson County.
Can You Break a Window to Save a Child or Animal from a Hot Car?
Evansville Police Sergeant Jason Cullum and Officer Phil Smith explain the proper procedure to follow when you find an child or animal locked in a hot car.
Watch Daniel Wertz 3rd Grade Teacher Get Surprise Pizza Delivery
After receiving word that Daniel Wertz 3rd grade teacher, Alex Craig, loves their pizza, Papa John's surprises her and her class with a special delivery.
Lane Restrictions Coming to Lloyd Expressway Monday for Paving
Drivers heading into Evansville from Posey County will need to give themselves a little extra time to get where they're going starting Monday as the Indiana Department of Transportation begins a new paving project.
Don’t Hang Up – Dish Network Call Offering $1,200 May Be Legit
Due to the results of a class action lawsuit, a call from Dish Network offering customers $1,200 as part of the settlement may be real.
Lane Restrictions Coming to Weinbach Avenue for Water Main Repair
Crews will restrict Weinbach Avenue from the Lloyd Expressway to Washington Avenue to one lane in order to replace a water main in the area.
Catalyst Church in Evansville Hosting Free Block Party April 29th
Catalyst Church on Evansville's west side is inviting you and your family to join them for a day of outdoor fun during their free block party on Sunday, April 29th.
New Vaccine Requirements for Kentucky Students Effective July 1st
New vaccination requirements in Kentucky will require that grade school and high school students receive two doses the Hepatitis A vaccine, while some will also be required to receive two does of the meningitis vaccine as well.
Lane Restrictions on Washington Avenue Starting Tuesday
The City of Evansville announces lane restrictions on Washington Avenue between Stockwell and Vann beginning Tuesday as crews work on sewers in the area.
Freeze Warning in Effect for Most of Tri-State Through Tuesday Morning
The National Weather Service in Paducah has placed a majority of the Tri-State under a Freeze Warning through mid-Tuesday morning.
Homemade Ant Killer Puts the Work of Killing Ants in Ant’s Hands
Ants invading your home? This DIY ant killer using Borax Laundry Booster turns those pests into your personal soldiers of death by making them do the work for you.