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.
Allegiant Air Requiring Face Masks for All Passengers Beginning July 2nd
The airline provides service to and from both Evansville and Owensboro.
Downtown Evansville Cancels 2020 Night on Main Series
Organizers will now start planning for the 2021 edition of the series.
Fresh Express Salad Mix Sold in IN, KY, and IL Recalled Due to Possible Bacteria Contamina…
The recall is over concerns the products may be contaminated with the bacteria, Cyclospora.
Holiday World is Open and We Have Your Tickets
What's better than a trip to Holiday World & Splashin' Safari? A FREE trip to Holiday World & Splashin' Safari!
I Tried Making Homemade Chipotle-Lime Salsa [RECIPE + PHOTOS]
Enjoy fresh salsa in about 30 minutes for a fraction of the cost of store bought.
Father Mows Best Grand Prize Giveaway Happening Saturday Morning [OFFICIAL RULES]
Tune in to a special Facebook Live event to see who wins.
10 Indiana Town Names That Make You Say, ‘What?’
Know anyone from Gnaw Bone?
Logan’s Promise Covering Lyft Rides Home July 3rd – 4th
Logan's Promise is once again teaming with Lyft to get you home safely after a night out.
Luke Bryan Concert in Evansville Has Been Cancelled
Both Luke's website and Ticketmaster show the concert set for October 24th will not happen.
This Insect Spotted at an Indiana State Park is Straight Out of a Nightmare
The freak of nature was spotted by a husband and wife at Turkey Run State Park.
Registration Open for 11th Annual Stock the Pantry Cornhole Tournament to Benefit Boys & G…
Proceeds from the event will help the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville provides snacks for children at the facility.
Reminder – Indiana’s Hands Free Law Goes Into Effect July 1st
Violating the law could cost you up to $500.