I am originally from Hartford, Kentucky. I spent a lot of my early years tagging along with my Dad to various sporting events, so needless to say, I love sports! I My favorite sports are basketball, baseball, football, and tennis. My favorite team bar none is the St. Louis Cardinals. I love TV way too much! A partial list of my favorite shows would include The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black, American Horror Story, Downton Abbey, Scandal, Mystery Science Theater 3000, House of Cards, Face Off, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, you get the idea. My music taste is varied, I like k.d. lang, Lady GaGa, Reba, Dolly, Loretta, Old Crow Medicine Show, Ryan Adams, Alabama Shakes, John Prine, Madonna, Radiohead, and lots more. My hobbies include reading, writing, blogging and spending time with my niece Zoey. I started my broadcasting career in 1998 at Western Kentucky University and I have been involved in radio ever since.
What Song Wakes You Up in the Morning? [VIDEO]
This is fun. I read an article recently about what song gets you going and gets you out of bed in the morning. Now granted, these writers' music preferences are a little bizzaro, but you get the idea.
Area Animal Shelters Identified as Best by University of Kentucky
Students at the University of Kentucky traveled across the state to research the conditions of hundreds of shelters to do a comprehensive study that hasn't been done in 20 years. Two area shelters received recognition as some of the best in the state.
The KFC Colonel is Now Gold, What is Even Happening Anymore? [VIDEO] [POLL]
I loved Harland Sanders, the original Colonel and founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken. He reminded me of a gentle old man who just loved to cook chicken and make people happy. Now although I think KFC's ongoing campaign of bringing in different actors/comedians to portray the restaurant legend is…
Brescia Adding eSports, Competitive Dance and Cheer to Athletic Program This Fall
It was inevitable; the day competitive video gaming would be considered a school sport. It's becoming a reality this fall at Brescia University along with competitive cheer and dance also being added to the school's athletic program.
Kroger Will Hire 10,000 Permanent Employees
Kroger has announced it will hire 10,000 permanent positions in its supermarket stores. As of January 2016, the company had about 431,000 full and part time workers and they hired more than 12,000 last year in 35 states and Washington, D.C.
Is This The Best Way To Remove Snow From Your Car? [VIDEO]
Okay, so it may be awhile before we see a significant snow event. I'm talking a foot or more; in the meantime, here's a loud way to get snow off your car. It's pretty clever!
Daughter of Cancer Patient Brings Smiles with Music at Hospice of Western Kentucy [VIDEO]
Music has a way of healing and bringing people together. At the moment, Shaun Winstead of Owensboro needs some healing. He has been fighting cancer for the past few months at Vanderbilt. This week, he came home to the Heartford House. Shaun's daughter Taylor played with the Music Enrichment Vol…
TV Icon Mary Tyler Moore Passes Away at Age 80 [VIDEO]
TV icon Mary Tyler Moore has passed away at age 80. On The Dick Van Dyke Show, Moore played Laura Petrie, the wife of the title character and in 1970, she played single gal and TV producer Mary Richards on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
Hartford, Area of Owensboro Vote to Allow Alcohol Sales
Two Tri-State areas are now on their way to alcohol sales. The City of Hartford and Precinct 30 in Owensboro both held special elections on Tuesday.
Sierra Nevada Beer Issues Recall Over Packaging Flaw [VIDEO]
A rare recall from the world of craft beer has been issued. California and North Carolina based Sierra Nevada Beer Company has issued a recall over a packaging flaw where a loss of carbonation could cause a small piece of glass to break off of into its bottles risking possible injury. Kentucky, Indi…
Real ID Law Gets 4-Month Break in Kentucky
A four-month extension has been granted to Kentucky by the Department of Homeland Security on a new federal law that would have kept visitors from entering Fort Knox, Fort Campbell, and other government sites with just a driver's license.
Fundraiser for Bill Monroe Museum Set For Friday, January 27th
The dream of bringing a full-size Bill Monroe Museum to Rosine in Ohio County is on the horizon. A fundraiser for the museum will be bringing together all kinds of Bluegrass talent next Friday night, January 27th.