20+ years in the radio business, all of which spent right here in my hometown of Evansville. During that time, I've been on nearly every format out there. Rock, Pop, Sports, and now Country as one half of the Q Crew Morning Show (the better or worse half is your call). I'm happily married with two kids who loves Colts football, superhero movies, deep fried foods, and good beer.
Chemo Buddies Seeking Volunteers to Tend Deaconess Gateway Garden
The garden, designed as a place for chemo patients to relax, is in need of some TLC.
Indiana Department of Transportation Seeking Public Input on Lloyd Expressway Safety
The Department is gauging the public's opinion on the possibility of closing certain roads.
Evansville Public Library Summer Book Sale Coming August 7-8
Stock up with great deals!
Winning Hadi Half-Pot Ticket Number Announced
The winning ticket holder will take home $100,072.50.
Bill Engvall Talks Evansville Show and Going Back to College with Ryan and Leslie [INTERVI…
Bill Engvall talks go old school for his Victory Theater show, earning his degree 36 years after leaving college.
Could Indiana, Kentucky Walmart Locations Soon Be Cashier Free?
The retail giant is currently testing the concept of self-check-out only stores in the U.S. and Canada. How soon will we see them in the Tri-State?
The Reason Why We Mow Our Grass Dates Back Nearly 500 Years
The tradition of keeping a well-manicured lawn dates back to the 16th century.
Boonville’s Mockobee Decommits from Navy Opts for Purdue Instead
The star running back announced his decision on Twitter Wednesday morning.
Lineup Announced for 2021 W.C. Handy Blues Festival in Henderson
The festival returns to celebrate its 30th year with three days of live music and barbecue.
Evansville Police Receive Sweet Handwritten Letter from a Big Fan
EPD superfan, Marcie Hall, shared a heartfelt appreciation letter she wrote to officers during the return of Coffee with a Cop on Tuesday.
Unique Indiana Fact – First American Soldier to Die in World War I was from Evansville
The 24-year-old Army Corporal was killed in battle in France in 1917.
Grass Clippings Left on the Street a Violation of Evansville Code
The clippings can cause drainage issues and can be dangerous for motorcycle riders.