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!
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.
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Indiana and Kentucky are Home to One of the Rarest Plants in the World
This species of goldenrod is so rare that it only occurs naturally in southern Indiana to northern Kentucky.
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The search for Bigfoot is on, and you can join the experts on a Bigfoot quest in the Bluegrass State.
From Commute to Complete Zen: Indiana School Bus Transformed into a Mobile Sauna
A mobile sauna is hitting Hoosier streets!
Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias Heading to Evansville in October
Get ready to laugh, because Fluffy is heading back to Evansville!
From Scandal to Satellite: Evansville’s Infamous Camper Lives on Thanks to Google Maps
The most infamous camper in Evansville history is forever immortalized on Google Maps.
Kentucky’s Mysterious Link to Marilyn Monroe: The Final Resting Place of Her Sister
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Evansville’s Franklin Street Bazaar is Back May 27th-Experience Local Art, Food, and Entertainment
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