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.
Indiana State Police Warn Parents of Edibles Posing as Halloween Candy
The marijuana edibles are packaged to look nearly identical to Starbursts, Skittles, and other popular Halloween candy.
The Worst Day of the Year is This Sunday – The Day We ‘Fall Back’ One Hour
The whole idea of the sun going down at 4:30 or 5:00 in the evening just makes me angry.
Evansville’s Stringtown Library to Close for 2 Weeks Following Positive COVID Test
The down time will allow the branch time to undergo a "deep cleaning."
7 Reportedly Haunted Places You Can Find in Southern Indiana
Get your adrenaline running with a creepy road trip to these seven places all within driving distance of Evansville.
What Are Crane Flies? 5 Things to Know About These Mosquito-Looking Bugs
It looks like a mosquito, and I've been seeing a ton of them around my house recently.
Franklin Street Events Association Cancels Trick-or-Treat Event
Organizers cited the rise in COVID-19 cases in the area as the reason for their decision.
Vanderburgh Co. Health Dept. Class Helps Parents Prevent Sleep-Related Infant Deaths
About 3,500 babies die in America each year from a sleep-related death.
Evansville Schools to Limit Fan Capacity for Winter Sports
The policy is designed to help prevent the continued spread of COVID-19 in the area.
High School Sports Needs Officials – Here’s How You Can Apply
Nearly every sport is experiencing a shortage of referees and other officials.
List of Indiana Locations for National Drug Take Back Day This Saturday
The program gives you the chance to properly get rid of unused or expired prescription drugs.
See Inside New Downtown Evansville Market Ahead of Opening
The new neighborhood market will sit on 4th Street, just off the Main Street Walkway.
Evansville Civic Center Installs Thermal Imaging Cameras to Detect Body Temperatures
The purpose is to try and slow the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses.